Here it is:
Refn: "I have a lot of respect for Michael Bay (the reporter says "I do too, actually"). I think Michael is very underrated and that's a shame, because if you really look at the films her makes...I mean......I will always see a Michael Bay film and I will actually go to a theater to see them, because they really are extravagant experiences. They're bit like the William Wellman films in a way...Cecil B. DeMille...they're large, extravagant and they're very noisy, but they're certainly....you can't say that they're not right."
Reporter: "Nobody can do what he can do."
Refn: "No one."
Reporter: "It's a very specific thing, maybe the script's great, maybe it's not...but visually, the visual medium...there's really nobody else who has that particular skill set."
Refn: "And that scope.
When I saw the last "Transformers" I was like, "How do you do that?", how technically can you do that? You know what I mean? The expertise is....enormous."