Filmmaker Michael Bay's entire career has been about punishing the audience for their awful taste -- namely, their taste for his work, Tim Davids suggests. And with the recent Transformers 3, Davids adds, Bay assaults us where we feel it most -- our souls.
But Sutava isn't about to take that sitting down:
"Michael Bay's entire career has been about punishing the audience for their awful taste -- namely, their taste for his work."
Awww look at the little NOBODY writing some little blog with his worthless life, petty and jealous that Bay has made over a dozen blockbuster movies the world loves and this little NOBODY critic earns pennies, haha!
Should Bay be laughing all the way to the bank?
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