"Michael Bay is one of the best and most successful directors in Hollywood. He makes money"
INTERPRETATION : Making money has nothing to do with good film making. Good film making is mostly about taking risks, not looking for a pot gold at the end of the rainbow.
"Now I am not trying to kiss his ass here, as an aspiring director I have much respect for this man and I hate to see the haters."
INTERPRETATION: Basically, you are kissing ass here.
"I know being the type of person that he is, he will push the bar from what he did in the first movie. His movies are fun and entertaining."
INTERPRETATION: Hitler also pushed the bar, and commited mass genocide. Triumph of Will was aslo fun and entertaining to the germans in 1935 . I might also add, Michael Bay was rejected from USC film school... much like Hitler was rejected from art school.
"Bottom line is what he does works, might not please everyone but the mass majority is happy and at the end of the day thats all that matter so arguments otherwise don't hold much weight."
INTERPRETATION: Those who disagree are inferior.
IN CONCLUSION: Remakes, sequels and unoriginal ideas are bad. And the people that support these false principles are naive to real threats to cinematic integrity and preservation.