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Transformers: Age of Extinction (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)

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Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth film in director Michael Bay's global blockbuster franchise. With help from a new cast of humans, Optimus Prime and the Autobots must rise to meet their most fearsome challenge yet.

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Includes Dolby Atmos – Dolby Atmos is a revolutionary new audio technology that transports you into extraordinary entertainment experience. With Dolby Atmos enabled receivers and speaker configurations, sound comes from all directions, including overhead, to create an immersive experience with clarity, richness, detail, and depth. With existing home theater systems, you will get a great surround sound experience.

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  • Actors: Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz
  • Directors: Michael Bay
  • Format: Blu-ray, AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Digital_copy
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 30, 2014
  • Run Time: 164 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10,022 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00L4K3MLE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,045 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I love all the transformers movies, just because they're entertaining. I know they're not critically acclaimed for the acting or the heart-wrenching story like say a Terms of Endearment, but they're not supposed to be. They're action, they're visually spectacular, and very fun! It's escapism at it's best. Watching these movies with a nice surround system is a must. The explosions, the sounds of the transforming, all of it is a much better experience with surround and a good subwoofer! I can do without 2 things in the movies...the eye candy that is the chicks in short shorts! To me, it just doesn't add to the movie. I guess because I'm not a adolescent teenage boy. Secondly, is the language. it seems like all sequels, things are pushed further each time another one is made. There was more profanity in this one than the others. It too doesn't add to the movie. My 4 year old son loves Transformers, too and I don't want him picking up the language. I know one day he will be exposed to it, but c'mon! These movies are enjoyed by all age groups, Michael Bay, please tone down those 2 things and all will be well. Mark Wahlberg did a good job in the movie... I like his movies anyway. I didn't miss Shia LaBeouf or any of the other actors from the previous ones. Also, this one had more work done on the video side. The greens were way greener. My wife noticed that almost everyone had colored eyes, and over exaggerated at that. I didn't mind all that, but it did seem a little weird. I loved the robots! All of them were too cool...Lockdown is a bad dude! His walk, his whole demeanor...I found myself liking him. Those Dinobots were massive! I can't wait to watch it again...and for the next one, which is probably already in the works.
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Simple. I wish I could be more charitable. The film has a terrible script with no real plot direction over the course of two and a half hours. There was plenty of potential for a character driven drama at the beginning of the film but any goodwill with the audience is squandered after an hour. The plot has threads that are neither coherently presented, or executed. They could have shorted the film by an hour and it would have left the same impression.

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The "bounty hunter" plot thread is not explained and feels as it is tacked on for the sake of the ending, it isn't necessary to the story except as a target for action scenes. The Galvatron plot is definitely an appreciated nod to the original series, but where are the rest of the Decepticons? They are conspicuously absent, and you ask where they are if the Autobots survived the previous films. Optimus' comments about swearing never to take a human life, and later anger would more significant if the characters had any concern over the level of destruction and deaths that they surely cause.

Lots of shiny special effects and the legendary voice actor, Peter Cullen, simply cannot save this film from being the worst of the Transformer reboot.
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This movie seemed to forget what plot to stick to. They started out with what looked like an intro to the dinobots. Then they go to another storyline. Lockdown is the main villain rather than the resurrected Galvatron.
They had a cool storyline with that where Galvatron has tricked the humans into bringing him back and helping him raise an army. This is similar to Transformers Animated where Megatron influenced a human to put him back together.
THEN they stray from this storyline and just subject you to mindless explosions and action.
It's like the movie kept forgetting what plot to stick with.
It bounced around a lot too. For instance, Optimus is severely injured when awakened. He then is completely revamped when he scans another Mack truck. It felt rushed.
Optimus himself is completely out of character in this film. He is angry and full of hate. These are characteristics of deceptions, NOT autobots.
You don't get a climactic showdown between Optimus and Galvatron. If feels like ROTF all,over again where Megatron/Galvatron is a side character. After sitting for over two hours to get a mediocre ending is disappointing.
Mark Walberg was a welcome addition to the cast. The boyfriend of his daughter was an empty character.
Kelsey Grammer was the evil government guy hellbent on wiping out all transformers.
I felt little political vibes about immigration there. Please keep politics out of a transformers movie.
The dinobots don't get a lot of screen time and are mindless. They had personality in the G1 series.
Here, they are just there, and grunt a few times. The way Optimus reasons with them to join their cause is again, uncharacteristic of Optimus. He just beats the hell,out of them until they comply.
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i loved it i love transformers the film/G1 but I love is optimus prime
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I caught the film reviews, but they really don't capture how absolutely boring this movie is. You would think with everything in China seeming to be made of fireworks that maybe there would be some spark, but it's just lots of boring filler leading to dull fights between robots and thanks to something insanely stupid in the plot there isn't even transforming for the genericon bad guys just flying into a load of pixels to turn from one thing to another thing. Although for evil pixel robots they can't seem to turn into anything that can fly so they have to climb buildings. Yet somehow Prime can fly off into space at the end of the movie even though he couldn't fly at any other point in the movie. You think you've seen stupid in B movies wait until you see the epic level stupid in this turkey. Watching it for free still feels like paying too much for this turd.
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Does this set include the 3D version?
it says it's a 2 disc, one is BD and the other is DVD so i'm assuming no 3d. I still don't get why studios insist on shoving DVD copies in with movies still and charging us for it... if i want the dvd version i'll buy the dvd version! Much rather have a 2 disc collection be a 3d and 2d bluray disc
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itunes copy
Yes, in typical Paramount fashion, you can opt for either a UV or iTunes version.
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Can I watch this today
NO.. it means u can watch it at that very moment even before it comes out tommorrow.. (9-30-14)
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Amazon UK sells this movie in 3d
4 disk version has 3D Blu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD
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