Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (with Limited Edition Bumblebee Transforming Case)

Includes limited edition Bumblebee case that transforms into a 14″ robot!

Michael Bay returns to helm the sequel to the highly successful big-screen adaptation of the Transformers toy line for DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures. Much of the original cast returns for the second installment, including Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and John Turturro, with Rainn Wilson joining in the fun as a college professor.

Price: $ 8.95

3 Responses to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (with Limited Edition Bumblebee Transforming Case)

  1. A. Salazar says:
    41 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Big Screen Version, December 4, 2009
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    A. Salazar (Houston, TX United States) –
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    This is the IMAX version of the movie. This is similar to the Batman ‘Dark Knight’ blu-ray where the IMax scenes are shown bigger than the rest of the movie. Bare in mind the whole movie is not like this, it is standard size 16:9 except for the fight scene’s in the middle and end of the movie. But, on both dvd and blu-ray. This version also boasts a slightly different cover. The cardboard slipcover is totally different, the inside cover is very similar except it has Bumble-Bee instead of Megatron.

    The movie itself kick’s ass if you’re into giant robot’s duking it out over control of the Earth (and Universe!). Don’t expect much in the way of plot, but you’ve read all that in the other reviews. I would recommend this if want to see Transformers 2 IMax version, plus it contains a few extra seconds of bonus scenes during the fight scene’s. I couldn’t tell you exactly what or where (I saw this in IMax at the theaters, then bought this version upon release). If you live in the U.S., pick this up at your local Wal-Mart, or ask a buddy stateside to pick one up for you. If you got a blu-ray player, even better!!!

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  2. Michael1124 says:
    36 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you loved transformers as a kid you will love this, December 27, 2010
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    I hear a lot of flack against this movie. So many people complain about sequels these days. Of course the second one is never as good as the first. When you see the first movie of a series, everything is new and exciting, the characters are larger than life and its everything and more than you expected because you never expected it. For god’s sakes, the movie was created from cartoon characters. If you watch the old shows, the plotlines of the “Transformers” cartoon were cheesy, the animation was sub-par and the action was canned; And we loved every bit of it. The fact is; the show was about robots from another planet that can change into ordinary vehicles fight other robots that can change into other vehicles. There was no real story, that’s not why we loved the “transformers”. We loved them because they were cool. The movie is just that. “Cool” Micheal Bay didn’t set out to solve world dilemmas with this movie. His focus was not to create a love story that trumps “The Notebook” or a robot version of “Willy”. No, he set out to make movie of a cartoon of robot that fight other robots and that’s what he did and he did it larger than life. This is not the Green Mile, or the Shawshank Redemption. And all the trendy sheep who insult this movie and pick it apart just to make themselves sound smart have no concept of action films for the sake of action. If you loved the cartoon, go see the movie. If you didn’t, then don’t. Simple as that.

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  3. JustMe says:
    28 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Too much, October 29, 2009
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    JustMe

    I felt like I was beaten over the head with this movie. I can stand, and even enjoy, a non-stop action movie for around 1:45, but 2:30 of that with hardly any attempt at a story? No way, too much for me! The four adults in our group were all just worn out by the end, no enjoyment at all. One toddler (who can usually sit thru most movies no problem) was bored well before it ended. Three teen-aged boys all loved it, though even they admitted there was no real story and they just liked all the action and special effects. The two girls with us weren’t too interested. For what it’s worth, none of us parents really thought the sexual innuendo was really that much, especially after reading criticism of it. BTW, we all liked the first one. I probably liked it less than the rest, but even though I never was into the Transformers as a kid, and thought the dialogue was really hokey, I did like it quite a bit and did buy it. This second one…don’t even think I’d ever own it or even watch it for free.

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