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Transformers Limited Edition Collector's Trilogy (Seven-Disc Blu-ray Boxed Set: Transformers / Transformers 2 / Transformers 3 (+ Blu-ray 3D Version)) (2011)

Shia LaBeouf , Megan Fox , Michael Bay  |  PG-13 |  Blu-ray
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (502 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Tyrese Gibson
  • Directors: Michael Bay
  • Writers: Alex Kurtzman, Ehren Kruger, John Rogers, Roberto Orci
  • Producers: Allegra Clegg, Brian Goldner, Don Murphy
  • Format: Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Paramount Studios
  • DVD Release Date: January 31, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (502 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006OT03BM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,506 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Transformers Limited Edition Collector's Trilogy (Seven-Disc Blu-ray Boxed Set: Transformers / Transformers 2 / Transformers 3 (+ Blu-ray 3D Version))" on IMDb

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Product Description

- Includes all three Transformers movies on Blu-ray and Transformers: Dark of the Moon on Blu-ray 3D
- Loaded with over 10 hours of bonus features and packaged in exclusive trophy display packaging 
- Features a movie plaque signed by director Michael Bay with images from all three films
- Limited quantity


"I bought a car. Turned out to be an alien robot. Who knew?" deadpans Sam Witwicky, hero and human heart of Michael Bay's rollicking robot-smackdown fest, Transformers. Witwicky (the sweetly nerdy Shia LaBeouf, channeling a young John Cusack) is the perfect counterpoint to the nearly nonstop exhilarating action. The plot is simple: an alien civil war (the Autobots vs. the evil Decepticons) has spilled onto Earth, and young Sam is caught in the fray by his newly purchased souped-up Camaro. Which has a mind--and identity, as a noble-warrior robot named Bumblebee--of its own. The effects, especially the mind-blowing transformations of the robots into their earthly forms and back again, are stellar.

Fans of the earlier film and TV series will be thrilled at this cutting-edge incarnation, but this version should please all fans of high-adrenaline action. Director Bay gleefully salts the movie with homages to pop-culture touchstones like Raiders of the Lost Ark, King Kong, and the early technothriller WarGames. The actors, though clearly all supporting those kickass robots, are uniformly on-target, including the dashing Josh Duhamel as a U.S. Army sergeant fighting an enemy he never anticipated; Jon Voight, as a tough yet sympathetic Secretary of Defense in over his head; and John Turturro, whose special agent manages to be confidently unctuous, even stripped to his undies. But the film belongs to Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, and the dastardly Megatron--and the wicked stunts they collide in all over the globe. Long live Transformers! --A.T. Hurley

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Pure. Popcorn. Entertainment. That's an exact classification of director Michael Bay's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Think of Transformers 1 on crack. In other words, this sequel took all of the extreme elements that made fans love the first movie and increased them exponentially. The action is nonstop, with battles and explosions from start to finish. The camera (without any subtlety) exploits Megan Fox's hotness to the max. As if she weren't enough, a new sex kitten (Isabel Lucas) is thrown into the equation. Shia LaBeouf is as charismatic as ever, and fills the starring role with ease. And then there's the humor. Sam's parents (Kevin Dunn and Julie White)provided some semi-raunchy laugh-out-loud moments in the first movie, but now they take it to the next level. Sometimes it seems like they are trying a little too hard, but it is still hilarious.

As far as the “plot” goes, the writers didn't waste much time--it's really just a context for the giant-robot death matches and dramatic slow-mo sequences. The movie kicks off two years later where the Autobots have formed an alliance with the U.S. government, creating an elite team led by Major Lennox (Josh Duhamel), in an effort to snuff out any remaining Decepticons that show up. The bad guys keep coming, and it turns out that a much more menacing force than Megatron is out there--and it is looking for something on Earth that is tied to the very origin of the Transformers race. Fans of the franchise will be delighted by the addition of many new robot characters (there are well over 40 in the sequel, versus only 13 in the first). The second Transformers has shaped up to be one of the worst reviewed and most successful movies of all time. This strange pairing is really just an indication that this movie has one purpose: to entertain. The creators didn't want to waste time bogging down the action and drama with substance--which was arguably a good decision. --Jordan Thompson

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Talk about "transforming." Michael Bay tested the patience of even the most devoted Transformers fan with the second installment of the franchise, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but the hyperactive director bounces back in energetic form with number three, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. From the long opening sequence (a zany alternate-history reading of the NASA moon program, complete with cameos by John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon) through the predictably extended action climax, Bay is actually on his best behavior. Sure, his taste is as vulgar as ever (is introducing your leading lady via a lingering butt shot part of the director's personal signature?), but the story line is streamlined and the action is coherent: the constant chop-chop of the fighting sequences in Revenge is gone, replaced by a long-take approach that actually shows us who's fighting who. Plus, it's hard to resist a tilting skyscraper that allows the protagonists to slide down its glassy exterior. I know, right?

Shia LaBeouf returns, armed with a new and improbably bodacious girlfriend (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley); although initially unemployed, he's drawn back into protecting the planet from giant outer-space robots, as the Decepticons menace the Earth once again. John Turturro and Josh Duhamel return to help, and Frances McDormand and John Malkovich join the club. Let's reduce critical expectations and say that if you're going to make a dumb movie about mass destruction, this is the way to do it (and if that sounds like faint praise, compare the movie to its abysmal predecessor). Throw in Hangover funnyman Ken Jeong, computer nerd Alan Tudyk doing a German accent, and the voice of Leonard Nimoy as Sentinel Prime, and you've got yourself a three-ring circus of extremely spirited nonsense. Just how Michael Bay wants it. --Robert Horton

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94 of 98 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What's in the box... June 19, 2012
By Human
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Each movie is in its own case, with the standard art inserts, and contains Disc 1 for each title. What you're getting when buying this is just the movies themselves. For a simple person like me who doesn't enjoy watching the 'Bonus 13 Extra Hours of Phenomenal Special Footage', I found this set to be exactly what I wanted.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
I don't know why they let reviews be for 2 different items but these reviews can be misleading because so many of them talk about the hours and hours of behind the scenes footage included when, in fact, this is just a 3 disc movie only set.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Transform me February 23, 2012
By logan
The package looks cool enough. Unfortunately the discs are held down with tape. be extremely careful peeling the tape off or it will also peel the letteing off of the discs themselves. something besides tape should probably be used here.
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76 of 104 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spec's For This Item.. Thanks James December 27, 2011
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
The 7-Disc Limited Collectorfs Edition Blu-ray Trilogy includes all three films in high definition,
Transformers: Dark of the Moon in high definition 3D, more than 10 hours of bonus material,
as well as a plaque of movie images signed by director Michael Bay. Disc specifications are as follows:

"Transformers (2 Disc Special Edition Blu-ray )"

Disc 1:

¡Feature film in high 1080p definition
¡Audio: English 5.1 Dolby TrueHD, French 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish 5.1 Dolby
¡Digital Subtitles: English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese
¡Commentary by Michael Bay

Disc 2:

Our World
¡The Story Sparks - Steven Spielberg discusses his love for the franchise and early concept art for the film. Explores how the writers adapted the cartoon into a live action movie and why Michael Bay is the perfect director for the film.
¡Human Allies - A look at how the actors were selected and their experiences on the set.
¡ Fight Giant Robots - An exploration of the military training that Josh Duhamel and Tyrese Gibson underwent for their roles and the various stunts that the actors were asked to perform.
¡Battleground - A piece on the senior officials from the Department of Defense and Air Force who consulted on the film to give it authenticity and the key locations that the U.S. government provided access to.

Their War
¡Rise of the Robots - Explores the interaction between Hasbro designers and Michael Bay to bring the toy line roaring to life.
¡AUTOBOTS Roll Out - Michael Bay discusses working with Chevy and its designers and the modifications that were made to the cars seen in the film.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Basic Movies in One Package February 28, 2013
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This is a great buy if you 1) don't own any of the Transformers movies on Blu-ray and 2) don't really care about tons of special features. Each movie comes in it's own regular-sized Blu-ray case. There is only one disc per case. All three cases come in a box. Great price for some great movies.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent March 11, 2012
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I Must admit i was a bit dubious to start with this item because of the price but was relieved to see it when it arrived.It was well Packaged and an Excellent addition to anyone's who collects these editions.It is a Fantastic looking on the shelf along side my other collectables and is a well thought out idea as how it open's to reveal the discs and the signed Film Cells.
In short an Excellent addition to anyone's collectables.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love sci-fi, I love action, I love Transformers December 15, 2013
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I love sci-fi, I love action. And I love Transformers. I'm an action guy, it's mostly the only thing that keeps me entertained, the plots are usually just boring that tries to keep you tied into the film..I do not know why Michael Bay gets bashed on because of too much action and no plot, action is the main thing that keeps movies entertained and keep your eyes glued to the screen.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love the Transformers June 11, 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I am very happy with the Transformers Trilogy, They are awesome. I have already seen them all, but wanted them on dvd to watch them when I want to. The shipping was fast and it was a great price.
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Why I won't buy this Transformers box set?

How do you know it's not limited? If they say there are only 5,000 being made then doesn't that make it limited?

I'm not challenging you. I actually want to know. Have you heard something I haven't?
Jan 21, 2012 by Alfred Borden |  See all 26 posts
$10 coupon
No. The coupon clearly states that it is only for the Blu-Ray 3D combo which has the 3D blu rya, 2D blu ray, dvd and digital copy. It also releases on January 31st, 2012.
Dec 31, 2011 by M. Weatherup |  See all 2 posts
3D only for active-shutter glasses?
All 3D films whether originally shot with 3D cameras or converted post production will play on all 3D setups whether active or passive, not including anaglyph 3D movies viewed with the cardboard-framed, red and cyan colored, 3D glasses.
Jan 11, 2012 by JASON M |  See all 4 posts
2nd time the item has been pulled for investigation
I am wanting to find this out too, before I order.
Feb 19, 2012 by Sazabi |  See all 11 posts
Metal Package or not
No...Cardboard. Looks real nice and is made of decent quality but def. not metal
Feb 8, 2012 by Chris Shacco |  See all 4 posts
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