The translation is imperfect but in short the writer seemed to enjoy the movie, especially the 3D, noting that the franchise has returned to its roots and is better than the Revenge of the Fallen. (via S4TE) Thanks to someone in the comments, here is a better translation to English.
As a Brazilian Transformers fan who also happens to be a professional translator, I could not help myself from fixing the translation. Here it is:
Transformers 3 - The Dark of the Moon | The Frying Pan
Michael Bay debutted the film in Rio de Janeiro
Marcelo Forlani June 19, 2011
Omelete has just left the first world exhibition of Transformers 3 - The Dark of the Moon The screening in Rio de Janeiro was attended by director Michael Bay, who entered the room to thank all those present and said that he was very excited and proud of what he had done. After repeating the introduction to the Latin American colleagues who were in the next room, Bay returned to our room to watch his work. But he didn’t stay for the whole movie. Probably because not even him can stand all the noise he put in the third act.
In fact, separating the movie in three separate acts even feels wrong, as Transformers 3 is just an enormous climax. Scene after scene, the film keeps pumping up the volume, its battles and the damage the robotic struggles cause to the landscape.
The 3D impresses from the first scene, in which the Autobots and Decepticons battle it out at their home planet. From that you can have an idea of the scale of the mechanic planet of the two factions, Cybertron. Action scenes are not lacking. They take place in air, highways, and cities, especially in Chicago, where the destruction is immeasurable.
To the fans who liked the first movie and disapproved of the mess of the second, one should say that the third Transformers takes the franchise back to its origins. The humor and action are a little more balanced. But it is worth pointing out once again that, with Michael Bay, there is nothing less than enormous, which makes for a grueling experience for those who aren’t all that into robots in disguise.
Ah, yes. I forgot a detail, Megan Fox’s bsence is not even notices. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is beautiful, runs, screams (with an English accent, which is always a plus) and follows Sam (Shia LaBeouf) everywhere. The former Victoria's Secret model also appears walkingwith her back to the camera only in panties and shirt. This is pure Michael Bay, who had not being a filmmaker, would probably work at an auto repair shop, which might explain his enormous appreciation for cars.
Transformers 3 debut on 1 July in Brazil, in 2-D and 3-D. Wait for Omelete’s video interviews with the director, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Josh Duhamel.