New Transformers 4 opening plot spoilers and description dished by an inside source. According to a new report from Comicbookmovie.com, a journalist by the name of IO9 recently got to see a special 15 screening of the new,huge “Transformers 4: Age Of Extinction” hardcore action film, and dished out some major spoilerage with detailed descriptions of the opening scenes.
It turns out that the movie won’t waste time, giving us a glimpse of their newest hottie, Nicola Peltz, as she’ll serve up immediate action as character Tessa Cade, and more. IO9 stated: “The movie starts off very much like the trailer they released not long ago—but with one early-on change: for a brief second there was a shot of a dinosaur. No, really! A very pretty, CG dinosaur pops up on screen, makes a dinosaur-like gurgle, and then disappears. Because Dinobots? Don’t over think it.
And now we’re in the present-day Texas. Mark Wahlberg, who is playing the character Cade Yeager (now THAT’S a name) rolls into his Texas farm house with a beat-up semi truck in tow. The semi is clearly the dead carcass of Optimus Prime, but they don’t know that yet. Cade is greeted by his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) and his partner Lucas (T.J. Miller). Commence comical banter.
You see, Cade is a protective dad and is frustrated with Tessa’s very short (exceedingly short) shorts. Don’t worry, you get a great look at the tiny teen’s shorts because a camera is placed on the ground behind her looking up at Cade’s dismayed face. Fatherhood, you guys!
Everyone is mad because Cade spent his last 100 bucks on this beat-up old truck. But that’s OK because he is an inventor and “all great inventors something something…your mother would be very proud of you.” Dead mother, DRINK!. I will openly admit that the humor in this movie is good. The beats are hilarious and watching Mark Wahlberg act like a loving dad worried about his daughter’s legs is basically the Shakespeare of action movies and it never gets old.
He even tells a laundry joke about her rapidly shrinking shorts, “cold water and air dry.” It made my heart melt. Also, Cade protests that he isn’t totally worthless as a father because he taught his daughter how to *insert car activity here* and how to “write a program,” both of which we are sure will not become a pivotal plot point in the future (“It’s a UNIX System! I know this!”).