10 Movies Like Transformers: Rise of the Beasts!!!

After years of anticipation, the first trailer for the upcoming Transformers film, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, has finally arrived, offering audiences their first look at this new chapter in the franchise, which is inspired in part by the iconic Beast Wars series from the ’90s.

So far, it appears like Transformers: Rise of the Beasts has been well received by its audience in terms of its visual style, its level of activity, and its character designs.

Despite this, one thing is certainly evident in the initial reactions to the Rise of the Beast teaser: fans adored the video and are now looking for films that are similar to Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.

Here is a list of 10 movies that are comparable to Transformers: Rise of the Machines.

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10 Movies Like Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

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1. Battleship (2012)

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

The movie Battleship from 2012 did not earn the most positive reviews from critics, but then, neither did the Transformers movies. Director Peter Berg used numerous explosions and gunshots to bring the well-known board game to the big screen.

The wild sci-fi movie, which stars Liam Neeson, Taylor Kitsch, and Rihanna, is sure to please fans of the “does what it says on the tin” kind of action cinema.

2.  Independence Day (1996)

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
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Will Smith‘s ventures into the world of science fiction have cemented in our minds the unmistakable charisma he possesses? The movie similarly features unexpected visitors from space, but this time they turn out to wish to destroy the earth.

In the same manner, as Transformers introduced an extraterrestrial species that was far more advanced than humans and whose abilities were still mostly unknown, this movie does the same.

3. Real Steel (2011)

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
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Hugh Jackman is known for being the man with the metal claws, but in this role, he instructs robots that are built entirely of metal. One of the best science fiction stories with a lovely plot may be found in Real Steel, a surprising entrée into the world of enormous robots.

While Real Steel may not feature ultra-modern metal clanking stunts in the middle of nowhere or diabolical villains to brag about, it does have an interesting plot.

4. 13 Hours (2016)

13 Hours (2016)

The biographical war movie 13 Hours, which was released in 2016, was directed by Michael Bay and starred John Krasinski. The movie earned generally better reviews than many of Bay’s more recent works and catered to both fans of dramatic war films and fans of Bay’s robotic adventures.

It’s notable for being one of Bay’s only two non-Transformers-related productions during his tenure on the series and for exemplifying the new visual aesthetic that the Transformers movies helped define.

5. Pacific Rim (2013)

Pacific Rim (2013)

In Guillermo del Toro’s “The Pacific Rim,” there is a battle taking place in the midst of the ocean between enormous metal robots.

The movie opened up new vistas and opportunities for the use of CGI because human soldiers were programmed to command the robots. Even though it didn’t receive as much critical acclaim as another robot/sci-fi movies, the movie was a financial success.

6. Godzilla VS Kong (2021)

Godzilla VS Kong (2021)

After watching Pacific Rim, there is no better way to follow it up than by watching the most epic fight night in the history of the world, which will feature the two most iconic movie monsters of all time.

Godzilla VS Kong is a blast from beginning to end and has amazing VFX that gives its eponymous titans real personality. Anyone’s time would be well spent seeing this movie and the previous installments in the Monsterverse epic.

7. Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

This movie, which was based on a Japanese novel, has an intriguing plot. Tom Cruise plays a military PR executive thrust into a conflict in a future world where he has no prior experience with warfare.

The movie thoroughly crafts a narrative that has us on the edge of our seats as Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt invite us into a time loop.

8. Man Of Steel (2013)

Man Of Steel (2013)
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Man of Steel, which was released in 2013 and launched the DC Extended Universe, presented a daring new interpretation of the Superman legend along with a tonne of action.

The movie is occasionally criticized for having an excessive amount of damage, however, any fan of the Transformers movie franchise is unlikely to be bothered by this criticism.

9. Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)
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The highly anticipated release of Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 1991 changed the course of history. Terminator 2 is widely regarded as one of the greatest action/sci-fi movies of all time and as one of, if not the best, sequel ever made.

There were several more entries after this one, but none of them could compare to the caliber of this one.

10. Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner (1982)

Science fiction is treated justly in both the first and most recent versions. Blade Runner, directed by Ridley Scott, plunges into the center of a fantastical world and presents us with the most bizarre characters and settings.

The movie redefines the genre by making the voyage appear more like self-exploration while also being a beautiful visual feast. However, in my opinion, Blade Runner will always be Mr. Scott’s creation. It is still up for debate as to whether Denis Villeneuve or Mr. Scott did a better job on the film.