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Transformers: Age of Extinction [Blu-ray + Bonus Disc]

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  • Actors: Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor
  • Format: PAL, Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Danish
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Nov. 2014
  • Run Time: 165 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,303 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00LA8H82E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,168 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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From director Michael Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg comes the “hugely entertaining” (Sunday Mirror) Transformers: Age of Extinction. With humanity facing extinction from a terrifying new threat, it’s up to Optimus Prime and the Autobots to save the world. But now that the government has turned against them, they’ll need a new team of allies, including inventor Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and the fearsome Dinobots!

Blu-ray: 165 mins approx.

Blu-ray Bonus Disc: 187 mins approx.

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By Richard Morton TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 10 Dec. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was something of a mixed bag for me, not the stellar reinvention of the Transformers franchise I was hoping for but still good fun and an improvement on the last couple of films.

The plot finds the Autobots now being hunted by shady US Government types (who have some outside help) while both sides attempt to find something called "the seed". It's not overly important though and you're probably not checking out the latest Transformers flick for intricate plot twists - if you are then you won't find them here. It's largely an excuse to pit robot against robot and human against human in a series of elaborate smackdowns.

On paper it sounds like an 80's Transformers fans wet dream as both Galvatron and the Dinobots join the fun this time around. It's not quite as cool as that though - Galvatron is an interesting addition but he's rather different to what you might expect. Meanwhile the Dino's look great and get the juices pumping in the latter stages but they don't have a huge part to play in proceedings in dialogue free roles.

There are other good additions on the villain side of things - Lockdown for example is ace and Kelsey Grammar is suitably slimy in the evil human role. The other human characters are mostly improvements on what's gone before as Mark Wahlberg and company prove to be actually pretty likeable, which is nice.

The film is long and there is an element of fighting fatigue eventually. Much of it is played tongue in cheek so the action lacks any real sense of jeopardy (other than a pretty cool demise for one human) while some of the comedy hits and some of it doesn't. Overall though it's undemanding fun and has the weight of nostalgia behind it - it appears to set up some interesting possibilities for where it may all go from here also.
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Nov. 2014
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A new Transformers feature film. Knowledge of the first three films in this franchise will help if you're watching this. But if you're reading this, then you doubtless have. So that shouldn't be a problem.

This attempts to be a bit of a relaunch for the franchise. Set a little while after the end of the third film. There's no more Sam Witwicky, since filmmakers and actor alike decided the character had gone as far as he could. And given what happened to Chicago in said third film - references to this are shown - the human race isn't that keen on either the Decepticons or Autobots. Thus a ruthless black ops unit under the authority of spymaster Harold Attinger [Kelsey Grammer] are hunting down the Transformers and terminating them with extreme prejudice.

They are, in particular, keen to get their hands on Optimus Prime.

Meantime, we meet Cade Yeager[Mark Wahlberg]. An inventor, living on a farm with his teenage daughter. The former is always dreaming of the invention that will make him rich. And is totally out of money. The latter is smart and clearly destined for bigger things beyond the family farm and having to look after her dad.

When Cade finds a broken down old truck in an old building, he buys it and takes it back to the farm. It's Optimus Prime. Who could be just what Cade was looking for.

But with Attinger's unit on the way, and with someone else on the track of Autobot leader, the Yeager's are forced to run for their lives. Their resulting fight for survival leads to dark secrets and a top secret project that could doom the human race...

This starts very well, via introducing it's new human characters. The good ones are sympathetic and three dimensional creations.
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After the war, the American government have ordered that their once allies the 'Autobot's' are hunted
down by the bounty-hunters coupled with K.S.I's robots, however their main target 'Optimus Prime'who
remains elusive.
'Cade Yeager' (Mark Wahlberg) an inventor of useful robotic machines lives on a plot of land with his
daughter 'Tessa' (Nicola Peltz) the home and land under threat of repossession, he's fallen behind with
his payments.
'Cade' buys a run-down looking truck hoping to take it apart and sell the parts to help make ends meet,
little did he know the truck is in fact 'Transformer' 'Optimus Prime'
The C.I.A have traced the truck and are on it's trail, 'Optimus' helps 'Cade' and 'Tessa' escape the threat
that buying the truck had brought to their doorstep, 'Tessa's' boyfriend 'Shane' (Jack Rayner) helps their
escape picking them up in his car, this leading to a well staged chase sequence.
K.S.I' is fronted by inventor 'Joshua Joyce' (Stanley Tucci) the group are building an army of Robots,
'Optimus Prime' calls for the remaining 'Autobots' to join him to stop the threat against his kind.
Obviously, when buying a run-down truck 'Cade' didn't know what he was getting himself and now his daughter
and her boyfriend into, they are about to find out however.
K.S.1 had used the technology from the remains of the 'Decepticons' after the war, to recreate robots with the
ability to 'Transform' which is why the group wanted to use 'Optimus Prime' and his fellow kind for.
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