Michael Bay does not care about 'Transformers' critics
Los Angeles: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' may have got a rubbing from the critics but director Michael Bay is not worried.
The film earned an estimate USD 100 million in its opening and the director thinks even his biggest critics will end up watching the latest installment, reported MTV.
"They love to hate and I don't care; let them hate. They're still going to see the movie! I think it's good to get a little tension. Very good," Bay said.
So far 'Age of Extinction' is the worst reviewed movie of the series with an 18 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Bay said it's important for everyone to voice their opinions, as negative as they may be, as it only advances the conversation and drives him to create better films.
"I used to get bothered by it, but I think it's good to get the dialogue going. It makes me think, and it keeps me on my toes, so it's good."
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Date 28-05-14, Duration 1:00, Views 17406