„At last we see what a four-hour erection looks like.“

—  Роджер Эберт, Context: I didn't have a stop watch, but it seemed to me the elephantine action scenes were pretty much spaced out evenly through the movie. There was no starting out slow and building up to a big climax. The movie is pretty much all climax. The Autobots® and Decepticons® must not have read the warning label on their Viagra. At last we see what a four-hour erection looks like. The Fall of the Revengers, discussing the film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen "Roger Ebert's Journal" http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2009/06/the_fall_of_the_revengers.html (24 June 2009)
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