Transformers [Blu-ray]

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RARE 1986 TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE CARTOON BLU-RAY EDITION REGION FREE RE MASTERED FULL 1080P HD DTS 5.1 DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 16:9 WIDE SCREEN The Autobots, led by the heroic Optimus Prime, prepare to make a daring attempt to retake their planet from the evil forces of Megatron and the Decepticons. Unknown to both sides a menacing force is heading their way – Unicron, a planet that devours everything in its path. The only hope of stopping Unicron lies within the Matrix of Leadership and the Autobot who can rise up and use its power to light their darkest hour. Will the Autobots be able to save their homeworld from destruction or will the Decepticons reign supreme?

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Unicron is defeated, but what was thought to be the end of the Autobots’ darkest hour is actually proving to be just the beginning! The centuries-old war rages on, pitting Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) and his team of heroic Autobots, alongside their most trusted human allies, Jack, Miko, Raf and Special Agent Fowler (Ernie Hudson, Ghostbusters) against Megatron (Frank Welker) and his nefarious Decepticons. The action heats up with a boldly exciting climax you absolutely have to see to believe!

From Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the writing team behind the megablockbuster Transformers feature films, and executive producer Jeff Kline comes a brand-new season of the Emmy Award winning series that Crave Online describes as the show die-hard fans have always wanted. Now you can catch all 26 episodes of the outrageous second season!

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6 Responses to Transformers [Blu-ray]

  1. Quray Bey says:
    67 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bitter sweet describes this trip back to childhood, January 6, 2001
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    Quray Bey (Wayne, NJ) –

    No doubt hidden in the 271 reviews that precedes my own you will find many of my ideas and thoughts about this movie. No matter, I still feel obligated to share what this movie meant and continues to mean to me. To begin, credit must be given to the composer and artist of this film. While, although sometimes a bit cheesy (ie. that same choo-choo-train sewer music playing whenever unicron appeares, which is borrowed from from ROCKY IV), the music does energize the film at times and makes for a great soundrack. Next, despite what some others have said, the animation for this film was great for its time. I mean, who could ever forget that scene when Optimus decides, “Megatron must be stopped–no matter what the cost,” and leaps into action blasting away. That’s the stuff great memories are made of. Conversely, however, the plot of this movie made perfect sense when I was ten years old, but now seems a bit weak. But what can you expect? After all, it IS–or WAS–a childrens cartoon. More than anything I think this film represents the end of an era. While kids still have vivid imaginations and continue to love cartoons, I wonder if they will obsess over them (running home from school to make sure you didn’t miss a minute) like we did. In these days of powerfull computers, DVDs, and Wallmart(hehe), I don’t know if things will ever be the same. Bottom line, I love this movie not only for what it is( a childrens cartoon), but for what we made it( a legend that defines a generation). Autobots, transform and roll out.

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  2. DA MAN "DA MAN..." says:
    138 of 153 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers: The Movie – 20th Anniversary Special Edition, August 16, 2006
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    DA MAN “DA MAN…” (SINGAPORE) –

    This is the release of the Transformers animated motion picture in celebration of it’s 20th anniversary as well as a prelude to the release of the Transformers Live action motion picture that will be released in 2007. Let us take a look at the details of this dvd release which will help buyers in making the choice as to whether or not to make this film part of their dvd library.

    Firstly, this dvd is released by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, as therefore those who might be expecting a dvd release of the animated film together with the live action film later in 2007 will be sorely disappointed as the property doesn’t belong to the same distributor.

    Secondly, this dvd release is a 2 disc release featuring three versions of the feature film, commentary tracks and interviews, a sneak peak at the live-action movie.

    A breakdown of the dvd details are as follows :

    *Brilliantly remastered and color-corrected

    *16×9 widescreen presentation, which has not been seen anywhere since the movie was in theatres twenty years ago

    *Full screen edition as well

    *Commentary tracks

    *Interviews with director Nelson Shin, story consultant Flint Dille and voice actress Susan Blu

    *Autobot Matrix of Knowledge Presentation: Truly showcasing the pop culture phenomenon that is The Transformers, Sony BMG has created a special version of the film for the DVD release.

    *The `Autobot Matrix of Knowledge’ will feature trivia and fun facts about the movie itself, the Transformers brand, and the pop culture references in which Transformers has been spoofed/tributed. Approximately one hundred fun facts will show up on screen throughout the movie. Many of the factoids were provided by fans through a special DVD site created by Sony BMG to solicit input–marking the first time that the huge

    Transformers fan base has ever been asked to participate in the creation of a Transformers home entertainment release.

    *Original commercials for the toy line and movie

    *Behind-the-scenes sneak peak at next summer’s highly anticipated Transformers live action movie event. The special feature segment on the DVD will include comments from Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg who share their vision and passion for Transformers

    *Collectible `transforming’ cover

    My personal view is that for this price, and the amount of special features thrown in, this dvd is a real bang for your buck. If you are a Transformers fan, this is a must buy. If you wanna have a Transformers history lesson and get hyped up before the movie release, this is also a worthy consideration.

    If you belong to none of the people in the category above, you might wanna stay away. But this is darn good entertainment whichever way you look at it. This deserves 5 stars, no doubt!

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  3. JG "jg0001" says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    DVD Review, November 13, 2000

    Just watched the DVD edition of Transformers: The Movie and was very impressed with the audio/video and overall presentation of the movie. Although the audio is 5.1, it seems as if the front and rear channels are almost identical. I guess we shouldn’t expect much from such an old movie. I would have preferred a widescreen presentation (none available) but the video is otherwise very crisp and clear. Any fan of the original 1980’s show will want to pick this DVD up. When the theme song (in rock form) comes on during the menu, you’ll feel like you’re 10 all over again, waiting anxiously for your favorite transformers to lighten up your day after a hard day at school.

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  4. Ryan M. Lutz "blood vamp" says:
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ravage 24/7, August 29, 2012
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    Ryan M. Lutz “blood vamp” (Richmond,VA USA) –
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    This review is from: Transformers Prime: Season Two [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    Transformers Prime Season 2 continues the greatness!This season is full of twist and turns in the plots along with the same quality storylines that makes this a must have for all transformer fans.The human characters of Raf,Miko,and Jack are more involved to help in the fight against the decepticons.The season starts out with the Orion Pax series in which Jack shoulders more responsibility when a trip to Cybertron is the key to saving Optimus.Megatron finds himself at war with not only the Autobots,but treachary in the decepticon ranks involving Starscream and Airachnid.Arcee still is the best looking she has ever been with the continuing rivalry against her nemesis Airachnid.Then there is the race for the cybertronian relics that could shift the balance of power to the Autobot or Decepticon side.Season 2 is a thrill ride from start to finish that is a refreshing reminder of how great the Transformers series is.There is also new characters introduced as well with the Insecticons and Dreadwing.Both of these characters are very badass and compliment the series very well.Mech gets involved in the series as well with a cool appearence from a Nemesis Prime.Overall this is an action packed series with great detail in graphics and animation that remains as good as the G1 days.Season 2 will keep you on the edge of your seat in anticipation for the next episode that all ages of fans will love.Bottom line Transformers Prime Season 2 is a high quality,well done,10 out of 10 series that is as good as any transformers series ever done.I highly recommend Transformers Prime Season 2 to all transformer fans out there.Transformers Prime Rules!!!

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  5. HavokH85 says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers Prime Season II, October 22, 2012
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    HavokH85 (Virginia) –

    This review is from: Transformers Prime: Season Two [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    Transformers Prime picks up where season one left off with Optimus Prime now among the ranks of the Decepticons?!?!?! Through out this season the Autobots and Decepticons are battling over hidden Cybertronian Iacon Relics (some are the Cybertronian equivalent of WMD’s)that could turn the tide of the war, Mech shakes things up quite a bit,and ultimately takes them to an EPIC showdown on Cybertron.This season is just as great as the first season with new characters,and new twists and turns.And also a bit less Miko thank god. Voice talent is second to none with Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime,Frank Welker as Megatron,Tony Todd (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) as Dreadwing, John Dimaggio (bender from futurama) as Vogul and many many more.This is a show that is fun for the whole family. A spectacular ride for the kids and a very welcome nostalgia for the adults.This is a must see chapter in the Transformers Prime Universe. If you haven’t seen season one you absolutely must own it too.This is a great investment and you won’t regret it.

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  6. L. W. Swint says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A quest for relics and the regeneration of Cybertron, November 22, 2012
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    L. W. Swint (Detroit, Michigan) –
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    The epic conflict between the Autobots and the Decepticons continues in “Transformers Prime: Season Two,” a 4 disc DVD or Blu-Ray set collecting the entire 26 episode season of this larger than life CGI television adventure series. The saga of the Transformers looks to its past and struggles for its future throughout this ambitious animated tale of giant robots at war.

    “Transformers Prime’s” second season begins with the conclusion of a classic story arc that spanned over a total of 7 episodes; 4 that brought the show’s first season to a stunning cliff-hanger ending:

    “One Shall Fall,” and “One Shall Rise (Parts 1,2,3);”

    then continued into the series premiere episode trilogy of Season Two:

    “Orion Pax (Parts 1,2,3).”

    This great story arc would herald a new direction in the way “Transformers Prime” would evolve its storytelling narative as the season progressed. Developing a serial episodic structure similar to Japanese anime television shows that the Transformers concept has some links to, “Prime’s” creators strove to enhance and deepen the sense of drama in the “perpetual conflict” that has put the series’ lead antagonists, Optimus Prime and Megatron, at odds with one another for millennia. The early episodes of the new season, like “Loose Cannons (which introduced the Decepticon warrior Dreadwing),” were similar in their story format to most of the show’s first 26 episodes. But Season Two of “Transformers Prime” would come to center on a quest by the Autobot and Decepticon factions to find ancient “Iacon relics” from the planet Cybertron, homeworld of the Transformers race. Mysteriously sent to Earth, these relics could tip the balance of power between the centuries-old enemies, giving which-ever side claimed the most of them, the chance at ultimate victory in a cosmic war that devastated the planet of their birth. Even more significantly, a special collection of these relics, “the Omega Keys,” offered the hope to regenerate Cybertron, bringing life back to the world of the Transformers.

    Thus, the stakes remain high in “Transformers Prime: Season Two,” and the makers of this ongoing series continue to make this 21st century version of this decades long entertainment franchise as big in scope and scale as its lead characters. One of the hallmarks of this series is the mortality of these sentient robot beings. This is the story of an ancient war…and in war, there are casualties. Characters on both sides of the conflict, Autobots and Decepticons alike, face injury and violent death during the show. To its merit, “Transformers Prime” showcases this reality even more strongly during its second season.

    Conflict has consequences, physically and emotionally and this series addresses this fact, perhaps most powerfully in the episode titled “Hurt.” After Bulkhead is critically injured during a solo mission to find one of the Iacon relics, the Autobot’s human companion, Miko, and his fellow Wrecker friend, Wheeljack, team up to wreak vengeance on the Insecticon warrior they learned harmed their friend, the merciless Hardshell. But both Wheeljack, and especially Miko, learn a difficult lesson as their emotional mission almost claims their lives in the process. Young viewers of this show are given serious moral ideas throughout the season to discuss with one another, older fellow fans, and their parents. The Transformers have come a long way from the good ‘ol days of Generation One.

    Season Two of “Transformers Prime” has many exciting highlights. Among some favorites of this reviewer, besides the epic “Orion Pax” 3-parter, and the above mentioned episode “Hurt,” there includes:

    “Nemesis Prime,” in which the technology terrorist organizition M.E.C.H. unleashes a robotic imposter of Optimus Prime on the American military to create distrust of the Autobots.

    “Armada,” a dramatic showcase of the growing dissension building within the ranks of the Decepticons, as 2 former followers of Megatron mount attacks on the leader of the Decepticons: Starscream, with 5 clones of himself; and Airachnid, leading an army of Insecticons under her control.

    “Flying Mind:” When the Decepticon Warship Nemesis crashlands, Megatron attempts to revive the ship using Dark Energon with an unforeseen result: the craft develops a mind of its own and rebels against the master of the Decepticons, immobilizing everyone onboard. With the Autobots also overcome by the ship’s paralyzing ray in battle, Jack, Raf, Miko, and Agent Fowler have to board the now sentient ship and stop it from executing its own dark plans.

    “Out of the Past” is a tale of characters bonding in the past and the present. To comfort Miko, who is emotionally shaken by her beloved Bulkhead’s recent injuries in battle, Arcee tells her the tale of how the lady Autobot first became partners with her lost comrade, Cliffjumper, back on Cybertron. Their…

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