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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 2009

PG-13

The battle for Earth continues in this action-packed blockbuster from director Michael Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg. When college-bound Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) learns the truth about the ancient origins of the Transformers, he must join Optimus Prime and Bumblebee in their epic battle against the Decepticons, who have returned with a plan to destroy our world.

Starring:
Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox
Runtime:
2 hours, 29 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director Michael Bay
Starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox
Supporting actors Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, John Turturro, Ramon Rodriguez, Kevin Dunn, Julie White, Isabel Lucas, John Benjamin Hickey, Matthew Marsden, Andrew Howard, Michael Papajohn, Glenn Morshower, John Eric Bentley, Erin Naas, Rainn Wilson, Katie Lowes, Jonathon Trent, Walker Howard
Studio Dreamworks
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By A. Salazar on December 4, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
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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Format: DVD
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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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
THE FILM: If the first Transformers movie was passable, this one comes up short of the low standards set by its predecessor. TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN has bigger action setpieces, but at the expense of a coherent script, likable characters and a general reason to give a crap about anything that happens. If all you care about are action sequences with hunks of metal duking it out, you'll be in heaven. I was not. My sole memory of seeing this in theaters was leaving with a headache. While I didn't have the same experience watching it on Blu-ray some five years later, a lot of what is wrong with this film stuck out to me even more. Since the AllSpark from the previous entry is all but destroyed, they had to come up with a new MacGuffin. They came up with Energon and something called the Matrix of Leadership, which is as ill-defined as the AllSpark was, except that there's more pointless backstory and exposition to go with it. Another thing that got more screen-time was Michael Bay's unique sense of "humor." We're treated to two Autobots who are vaguely racist caricatures as well as an abundance of sexual humor that falls flat most of the time. And more exposition. And military porn. And things hitting other things in slo-mo. There is literally nothing to admire about this movie other than some great scenery, landscape shots and (admittedly) jaw-dropping visual effects. This movie is about Transformers, but the most succinct plot description is "Guy finally says 'I love you' to his girlfriend." Pathetic. This movie is pure eye candy, to be sure, but it's the kind that you can break your teeth on if you aren't careful.

THE EXTRAS: This sequel is bigger than its predecessor, and one can say the same about the special features as well.
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Format: Amazon Video Verified Purchase
I liked this movie way more than I thought I would. The main character, played by Shia LaBeouf, was really great, and so was his girlfriend and parents. I really liked them and cared about them which is more than I can usually say about "action adventure" films where the main plot point seems to be blowing up stuff. Don't get me wrong, there was plenty of that in this film, so if you're a 13-year-old boy, you'll still like it. I liked it so much that I made my husband watch the next in the series as well.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Well, they're consistent.

You want action, they give you action, you want a story, they try to deliver one from B.C. and beyond. There's a lot of razzle-dazzle, glitz, and bling, making it pretty to look at but it's still hollow to the core. They even recycle some of the plot devices from the first film (from one-liners to the expected explosions, it's all the same). This `new' story involves a sliver or two from the destroyed AllSpark. (Rule one; never presume anything is truly finished or over.) Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) is all grown up and off to college. In a scene reminiscent of those dreadful boy and his dog flicks, Sam dumps his faithful car, doing everything but throwing stones at it and ordering it to run free! Naturally, Sam spends little to no time in college, as he is immediately embroiled in another tussle with the bad bots the Decepticons. Magnified mayhem ensues on a grand scale. John Turturro, the human villain from the last movie, is now a good guy (but he is replaced in this outing by another officious twit serving in the same type of role). And! They're still just as squeamish about death, showing only the vehicles and buildings and whatnot that the robots destroy, never the people who are inside them dead or dying. Only two pseudo-death scenes are highlighted and both don't amount to anything. It's all quite cautious and cowardly, revealing their target audience. (Death as an abstraction doesn't serve anyone.)

It's hard to invest anything in these films because they're just one long battle sequence after another; a flurry of kinetic energy that goes nowhere. Okay, yes, they do go to Egypt for more of the same. Repetition is the key to these films.
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