Shia Labeouf admits to FHM that the second installment in the Transformers franchise sucked donkey balls. The 23-year-old actor blames the writer’s strike (yea, what’s part one’s excuse) for the convoluted story, but promises moviegoers that the upcoming Transformers 3 film will be on the money … so to speak.

He says:

There are a lot of people that liked the second one, but I hated it. I just didn’t enjoy it. I thought we missed the mark. I got confused, I couldn’t see what the fuck was going on, you know with certain robots… I couldn’t decipher what was happening. There were storyline paths that I just wouldn’t have gone down.

We were making our second movie in the middle of the writers’ strike. We had no script. We had to work with nothing. We literally had like 40 pages. And everything was sort of made on the fly. But I think this time we will be more concise, and in a definite direction where we want to take it.

I know that director Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg are dedicated to making the best movie we possibly can, and we’re not going to miss next time.

Hmm. Isn’t that pretty much what Megan Fox got crucified for saying a long time ago?

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  1. The first movie was fine.

    Bay ditched Fox because he didn’t like her. No one would see this movie if he fired Shia.