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Transformers: Dark of the Moon [DVD] [2011]


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    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (675 out of 712)

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    Transformers: Dark of the Moon
    The interstellar war between the Autobots and Decepticons shifts into overdrive following the discovery of Sentinel Prime (voice of Leonard Nimoy) in this sequel from director Michael Bay. Only a precious handful of officials in the government and military realize that the 1969 moon mission was the result of an event that threatened profound repercussions for the entire human race. When the Apollo 11 astronauts discover the wrecked remains of Sentinel Prime on the surface of our natural satellite, they bring him back to planet Earth. But Sentinel Prime wasn't the only alien object on the moon, and when a malevolent new enemy makes its presence known, only the Autobots can save humankind from certain destruction. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Shia LaBeouf
      Shia LaBeouf - Sam Witwicky
    • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
      Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - Carly Miller
    • Josh Duhamel
      Josh Duhamel - Lt. Colonel William Lennox
    • John Turturro
      John Turturro - Simmons
    • Tyrese Gibson
      Tyrese Gibson - Sergeant Epps

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    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 712 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Transformers Dark will brighten your 3Dmovie night

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Great 3D content! Fan or novice this movie is quite enjoyable. Great story line that stands alone. Movie can be enjoyed without necessarily seeing Transformers or Transformers Revenge of the Fallen. The combo pack includes 2D and 3D Blu Ray discs, DVD and a digital copy is a great value. Many explosive scenes of Sci-Fi Action violence. Suitable for 13 and up (PG13 rating). Disc 3 is loaded with 90 minutes of special features. No deleted scenes but special features includes: Above and Beyond: Exploring Dark of the Moon - Rising from the Fallen: Development and Design - Ready for Prime Time: Filming Across America - Battle in the Heartland: Shooting in Chicago - Attack of the Birdmen: Aerial Stunts - Shadow of the Sentinel: Post-Production and Release Uncharted Territory: NASA’s Future Then and Now Deconstructing Chicago: Multi-Angle Sequences - Previsualizations with optional commentary by director Michael Bay and previsualization supervisor Steve Yamamoto - Previsualizations/Final Shot Comparison with optional commentary by director Michael Bay and previsualization supervisor Steve Yamamoto - Visual Effects with optional commentary by visual effects supervisors Scott Farrar and Matthew Butler - Visual Effects/Final Shot Comparison with optional commentary by visual effects supervisors Scott Farrar and Matthew Butler The Art of CYBERTRON - AUTOBOTS - DECEPTICONS - Environments - Weapons and Gear - Ships The Dark of the Moon Archive - 3D: A Transforming Visual Art - Moscow World Premiere - Birdmen Featurette - Cody’s iPad - The Sound of Transformers: Dark of the Moon The Matrix of Marketing - Trailers - Marketing Gallery ADD IT TO YOUR LIBRARY TODAY WITH NO REGRETS!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best of the Bay trilogy


      Ok, im sick and tired of movie critics bashing anything with special effects combined with exhillerating cinematography(mainly every Bay movie). Dark of the Moon is awesome. Pure and simple. The story, though nothing mindbending or complicated, is still a good story. Its fun to follow along with it, especially if your big on conspiracy. and theres nothing wrong with the way Bay tells a story, especially this one. You just need to keep up with it. All the new autobots are at least given just a little bit to do this time, versus how in Revenge where Sideswipe just jumped over a car in the begining and that was it. Speaking of Revenge, DOTM is a MAJOR improvement. Its just more complete. The human characters are still charming in their own ways, and Rosey IS better than Fox, so top complainin. Anyway, all the new robots, Sentinel Prime, The Wreckers, Dreads, Que, Brains, ect are all cool additions and for the most part are all needed for the story. And the humor, well, its funny. thats all there is to it. And that finale in Chicago is totally awesome by the way. Even though some of the decepticons are very underused, when it came around to it, it was satisfying for the most part to see them all brawl it out. Id give this movie four and a half stars if i could, but oh well. Im sure the special features on the upcoming deluxe edition will be completely awesome too. ill just honeslty say for now that its the best and most entertaining one of the bunch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      What did we just watch?


      Note: This review is based entirely on my and my husband's experience watching this release of the movie. We did not see it in the theater and therefore can't tell if our problem is with the movie (writing/editing) or with the length of this particular release. After watching this movie my husband and I spent 30 minutes trying to figure out if we had even received the full film. There seem to be whole sections missing. I mean I know Michael Bay is notorious for explosions over intricate stories, but at one point Bumblebee is being held captive but when last we saw him he was saving Sam. How and when was he captured, what was he doing? Other problem scenes include: Sam is being yelled at by the National Intelligence director, then suddenly we're viewing Sentinel Prime being brought back to life, and then we're back to Sam being yelled at. Why was Sam allowed to stay to watch this if he's being yelled at? When Sam discovers information about Sentinel Prime how does he track him down? Was he always with Sam? Where? During this same scene the National Intelligence director, who Sam hadn't met until this movie, reiterates that he shouldn't call her - but when did she say this the first time? After being attacked in the office, Sam's new boss shows up to his apartment for a role reversal (Sam is now the boss, the boss is now the messenger boy). When did Sam's boss get in contact with him? Sam's new girl is suddenly standing right by Megatron. Was Megatron sneaking up on the battle? If not how does she get so close to him/see him when no else does? These aren't suspension of disbelief problems they're either poor storytelling or poor editing problems. Were these all problems scenes with the original movie that no one has bothered to mention before? According to various sites, including competitors of BestBuy, this movie should be 157 minutes long. Our version, purchased from a local BestBuy, is only 154 minutes (which according to imdb was the South Korean runtime of the movie). Did Bestbuy get the wrong version? Are the other releases full length? Finally, we found references to a later release with special features. I assume this will include deleted scenes but I think it's a whole new low if the studios are releasing shorter versions of the movie with out explicitly telling us so in the advertising.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


      • Top 100 ContributorTop 100 Contributor

      This is a great movie! Fast-paced and thrilling! It all starts with an ancient Autobot ship crash landing on the Moon and then Sentinel Prime, Optimus Prime's predeccesor, is revived and reveals something that could turn the tide in the Autobot-Decepticon War. What follows is one of the most exciting action movies you're likely to see. Dark of the Moon boasts tremendous visual effects and larger than life action. The movie is close to two and a half hours long, but it doesn't feel that long because the movie is so excting. The Transformers themselves look great. The Autobots and the Decpticons realy look like they are there and the transformations are all brilliantly executed. There's also some fantastic stunt work. If there was a catagory for Best Stunt Choreography, this movie would be a Prime contender for the Oscar. The Blu-Ray transfer makes it look even better. All of the video is crystal clear and highly detailed. The sound is amazing and really gives you the feeling of being there. Another great High Defenition experience. The only thing I don't like in this movie is the way Sam's character has developed. He has become whiny and unlikeable. If they make Transformers 4 (and I really hope they do) they should drop Sam from the movie. All in all, Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a Prime movie. One of the most thrilling action movies I've ever seen.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Not in 3D but wait before buying


      I was hoping this release came out in 3D format since it was in IMAX 3D. So thinking they weren't going to do a 3D format release I purchased this version. When I opened the disc and saw the insert for the digital copy code and flipped it over I found out they are releasing a 3D format. The insert (as seen in picture I provided) says save $10 from the purchase of the Blu Ray 3D format coming soon. Doesn't say when but just soon. So I wasted about $20 on the movie just to find out I will have to buy it later on to get the 3D version. Granted there is a $10 coupon. I love the movies overall. But I didn't want to waste $20 just to save $10 on the 3D version. They should have waited for the 3D format before releasing it. Other wise, it is a good movie and worth seeing.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars



      This is a must have movie. I just bought it today and it was awesome in 3D. The special effects were amazing, it really felt like I was there in the battle in Chicago, and I do live in Chicago. The Special Features were amazing when the showed how they blew up Chicago and how the made Cybertron and the Driller Beast. I got it a good price too. It was only $27.30, but with the $10 coupon for the 3D Blu-Ray I got it for just $17.30, very good price. If you don't have this movie yet, you need to get it during the first week of the realese day of this movie or else you'll pay like $30 to $40 for just one movie. Get while its still at a good price unless you don't care how much you spend. your choice. Don't run, ROLL out to get TRANSFORMERS DARK OF THE MOON on 3D Blu-Ray. P.S: You will probrably have to do some running, I sure did. :)

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Digital Copy expiration = 09/30/2012


      Heroine was pretty lame, but then again, they didn't ask her to be much other than eye candy. Otherwise, I thought they did a much better job telling the story this time than they did with #2. As for this particular item itself, I'm really getting upset w/distribution companies who make sure to put TM after Blu-Ray and R after Digital Copy on the front of the cases yet do nothing to denote there's a caveat to the digital copy. Then they put in tinytinytiny print on the back of the box that there's an expiration date for the digital copy installation. I have really good eyesight & I have a very hard time reading this info. For Transformers #3 the gotcha is that its code may not be valid after 09/30/2012. I wish stores (*cough*Amazon*cough*Best Buy*cough*) selling the products would also make a point of sharing expiration dates in their descriptions &/or covering up the DIGITAL COPY portion of the item once the expiration date has passed as IMHO it's misleading advertising.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It's not a movie you watch for the plot

      • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

      My review may not be helpful to most people because I typically care more about sweet explosions in 3d in which shrapnel comes flying out at my face, than whether or not the plot is actually logical and makes sense. With that in mind, this movie offers plenty of explosions, so if it's got a weak story-arc or poor acting It's all covered up by the sounds of explosions and the red fire-balls they create. If you just want mind-numbing explosions and other such things, get this movie. Now I'm not trying to say the plot is bad, I'm only saying I'm probably not a good judge of the plot, since I got distracted by shiny red and orange explosions too actually notice that a story was happening at all. Then again I loved Star Wars Episode 1 too, so who am I to judge?

      I would recommend this to a friend

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