13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi marks the return of Michael Bay. Some people will meet that news with a shrug of indifference, while others will instantly be overjoyed that Bayhem is about to come back to the big screen in all of its glory.

The former are wrong, the latter are right. More than $5 billion in box office receipts shows just how popular the director is. Michael Bay is what blockbuster spectacle is all about. In fact, even in his worst films there is still something to fawn over and be blown away by. While, at their best, his frenetic, action-packed features never give you a moment's rest and are pure escapism.

But which Michael Bay film stands above the rest as the best example of his divisive brand of cinema? Well, check out my list below to find out.

12. Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen
The worst edition of Michael Bay’s Transformers universe, Revenge Of The Fallen, might only be the second instalment of the franchise, but, somehow, everyone involved already seems tired and out of ideas. Even the robots. Everything that made Transformers so good is gone, with Michael Bay leaning too heavily special effects and a complete lack of humanity as the film tries to outdo its predecessor with huge, outrageous set-pieces that count for nothing because we’re not invested. It wasn’t all Bay’s fault, as the 2007-2008 Writers’ Strike left the director and Paramount scrambling to put a script together. Which doesn’t really explain why it still clocks in at the mind-numbing 149 minutes.

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