Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, 2-Disc Set, Special Edition)
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- camels_entertai...Apr 22, 2016by
A long transformation
Yet again, the special effects in this movie were out of this world.
The story was great, but it was stretched out way to long. There was a bunch of extra nonsense in the middle of the movie that could have been taken out.
The fight scene that took place directly after Megatron's revival between Optimus Prime and the Decepticons was full of intense action and absolute destruction. It was the best fight scene yet between the Autobots and the Decepticons.
The Fallen, the ultimate villain in this movie, is also a prime like Optimus. He was made out to be much more evil than that of Megatron. But yet, there was not that much of him in the movie up until the very end of the movie. All that hype was for really nothing. It was the same mistake made in the first movie with Megatron's character.
Despite the length of the movie and the short lived screen life of The Fallen, the movie was not bad. The special effects are much better than that of the first movie. There is also a difference in the voices of the Transformers; they sound more humanistic than robotic now.Read full review
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- 2014-cuautJul 02, 2015by
Perfect item plus great value for the money!
I purchased this product because I wanted to collect all transformers movies.. what I like about this product.. is that it has a slipcover and perfect discs.. unlike other discs that re not originals.. long story to tell .. ;)
- gods-willJul 04, 2016by
Entertaining, Wake up call...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- agent-aa71Feb 08, 2011by
"Give me your face!" - Optimus Prime
The Transformers continue 2 years later in "Rise of the Fallen" where the Autobots co-op with a U.S. Military strike force NEST hunting down Decepticons in hiding around the world while Sam Witwicky (Shia LeBouf) goes off to college hiding a piece of the All-Spark Cube (destroyed in the previous film) from everyone. More G1 Transformers appear in this; Sideswipe, Arcee, Mudflap, Skids, Jetfire, Soundwave, Ravage, Wheelie and a Pretender leading to Megatron's resurrection, Optimus Prime's demise, the hidden truth of The Fallen, Sam's revelation with alien symbols to an all out Egyptian desert battle reviving Prime with the Matrix in a handicap match with The Fallen/Nemesis Prime and Megatron, and more robot carnage that shocks many die-hard fans who I recommend reading the "Transformers: Generation 2" 12-issue series (plenty of robot carnage for them).
What I'm about to tell you is top secret. DO NOT tell my mother! There are some choppy editing to inconsistency in several scenes that begs asking 'What happened to Wheelie after Sam and his friends (Megan Fox, John Tutorro) rested in that desert hideout? He wasn't even with them at that temple where they found the tomb of the Primes. The Twins were also left out after fighting underneath Devastator. Looks like we didn't get THAT memo. Not as much scenes with the Transformers to provide character depth when mostly centering around Sam. Plus several cast members from the first film did not return for this one. But overall, a pretty well done sequel but not quite as good as the first film.
This blu ray or should I say, "Big Screen Edition" (I won from an eBay seller) comes with a 2nd blu ray disc of the film's documentaries with 25 Years of the Transformers, Linkin Park's "Divide" music video, interactive games, and bio galleries of the Transformers. Looking forward to Dark side of the Moon.Read full review
- darryharryJul 20, 2010by
Bang for your buck!
I may be a little bias in this review due to my love of the Transformers as a young boy so I suggest you see it for yourself, preferably infront of a big screen with a big sound system! The fist movie left us all amazed in the special effects and engaging story line. This time Director Michael Bay pulls out all stops in this sequel to deliver way more bang for your buck than the first instalment. For Sam, life goes on, time to put the past behind and get on with the next stage of life, College. Struggling with an eratic mother, unsympathetic father, a pending lond distance relationship with his girlfriend and Bumblebee, and a past that won't go away. A new threat to humanity reveals itself and once again Sam is the world's only hope. Juggling the demands of college, internet dates, a very interested new girl, a jealous room mate, gigantic robots hell bent on the death and destruction of earth, Sam & co have their hands full. The action is thick and fast from opening scenes, and doesn't let up. I can't think of any other movie where the pyrotechnics bill would be bigger than Oprah winfrey's pay cheque!
The stroy line cleverly unravels and as it introduces new characters and gives you a flash course history lesson of the world of Transformers without reading a thousand dusty comic books.?
It's smart, fast and exlplosive. What else can I say?! BOOM! I loved it!!Read full review