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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen [Blu-ray] [2009] [US Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (476 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JA3RWL8

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Nothing wrong with the film, or discs, but if you are buying this for the extras then be aware they have all expired. The digital copy and the 3D holographic experience both expired on 30th November 2010.
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This DVD was for my sons but I like this film too. Shia LeBeouf is great as the lead. Here is a bit of trivia for you. There is a part in this where the characters are propelled into a desert somewhere and when they land Shia's character has an injured, bandaged hand. The injury to his hand is real. Shia was in a car crash in real life where his car rolled over. He had his hand resting above the doorframe at the time. So he walked away from that with broken fingers.
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I am a Transformer's fan. I loved the original animated film (1986) and really enjoyed Michael Bay's first Transformer outing (2007): sure it was not high art, but with a straight forward plot, fantastic battle scenes and a great score from Steve Jabolosky, it ticked all the right blockbuster boxes. So I was excited about Revenge of the Fallen (2009).

There are not words enough to describe the cinematic train wreck that is this movie. With an incoherent plot, complete lack of meaningful characterisation, and not even a decent action sequence the film lumbers on and on for a seemingly endless 2.5 hours. I completely agree with a previous reviewer who commented on the silly humour which fills the film, with a plethora of fart, sex and drug jokes; plus stir in some gratuitous up-skirt shots of some hottie trying to mount Shia Le Beouf, and it's clear this film is aimed squarely at frat boys and and an all male adolescent demographic. As such it feels like a marketing machine has identified this target audience, spewed out a bunch of things to appeal to this audience (big robots? check. hot babes? check. low brow comedy ad nauseum? check) and just jumbled out those ingredients with no particular order or semblance of cohesion. The result is awful; relentlessly, unremittingly, irredeemably, awful.
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I was really excited at the release of a second Transformers film, but on watching it at the cinema, I thought the film was ruined by silly humor! There was some 'silly humor' in the first Transformers film but not enough for me to dislike the film. I went to see the film a second time to try and convince myself to like the film more, but it just annoyed me even more! Throughout the film there was too much of this 'silly humor' whether it came from the transformer twins, little transformer humping Megan Fox, 'grandad' transformer, Sams room mate, or especially Sams mom! The storyline wasnt that brilliant either, and half the time I was wondering what was going on! Also, none of the acting stood out as good from any of the cast! Only part I did like was Optimus Prime battling against the Decepticoms. I have never slated a film this badly before, thus showing my complete disappointment in what could of been one of the best films of the year, lets hope Spielberg directs any possible sequel rather than just being a producer.
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Just rewatched this film after the travesties the later Transformer films have become. And I have to say, the 2nd movie also holds up to the cornerstone in CGI action set up by the first. One star deduction due to a rather anti-climactic final bossfight, and too much unneeded silly humor culminating in a John Torturro wearing a jock strap (nobody wanted to see that, Michael Bay).

However, there's plenty of action from beginning till end, a chilling antagonist, an awesome final act filmed in Egypt, and while the story does seem more fragmented than in the first film's relatively clear plotline, nevertheless an enjoyable rollercoaster ride.
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I am a huge fan of the Transformers franchise and thus have bought the entire series of films.

The product was fairly cheap, making it the obvious choice to go for. The delivery was fairly quick but upon arrival, I noticed the disk itself was not properly held in place and slipped from its holder. When inspecting the disk itself, it does not seem to have any serious damage, however, I have noted a smudge towards the centre, possibly a fingerprint. (Despite the DVD case being sealed upon arrival).

The case has a lot of marks/scratches running along the width of its ridge.

(I have given this rating, based upon the quality of the product received, not the film itself).
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A little back story first; I'm notorious for buying DVDs on the cheap on Amazon just for the sake of adding to my collection- Own over 600 DVDs at this present moment in time, spanning all types of genres and eras. Never understand why I do it, but I usually 'binge buy' and end up getting 5-6 films at any given time, only to not watch them until months later.

This happens to be one of 'them' films- I brought the first Transformers film a long while back now, and being the kind of person who buys films in a series just so I own them all (am I the only person out there who does this??!) ended up buying this and 'Dark of The Moon' at the same time (for a combined price of under £3 at the time too- bargain!)

Literally have only just got around to watching this movie 4 & a half Years after it was released (todays date being 15th February 2014) after a heavy day studying for an accountancy exam- After a solid 8 hours or so of revising I felt I deserved to relax for the evening and scanned my collection for something suitable to watch.

As I stated before, I own a wide variety of movies, but wanted a typical 'Saturday night' kind of film- Something that I could switch off and zone out to watch, something that typically doesn't have much of a plot or any noteworthy acting in, but something that would entertain me all the same.
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