Post by Grand Moff Muffin on Dec 13, 2011 23:26:57 GMT
I have come to the cnslusion that DOTM is the best TF film. Not that it is actually the _best_, but it is the bestb by far if you switch your brain off.
The only thing ROTF had going for it was that it was a bit morte sp[ewectacular than the firstb film. But DOTM is 100x more spectacyulartyan the firstg film, and so it leave sROTF with NOTHING! NOTHINfg! The first film had some sober merit in the first half with all the mysterious alien stuff, then spoilt it all in thne second hal;f with the Autobots beingna;ll streetwise and everything. But the thjird fi;lm =- POW! After a few drinks I can jkust watch over and over the car chase scene with the Stunticons or whatever they arae - particularly the bit wher they are flipping cars left right and centre, and Bumblebee and Sideswip[e flip through the air half transformed and then lena da and turb backj int ars - it's great!!!! AND THEN bUMBLEBEE AND sAM SCREAMING IN TH AIRT AS HE TRANSFORMS AROUDN HIM. dAMMIT CASP SLOCK again.
Takes deep breath.
Alcoho., is nmot caring enough to check what you've just typed.
I bought it about a week and half ago and haven't watched it yet either, because of Christmas telly and other new DVDs. I ended up buying it in Sainsbury's for Â£3 or Â£4 more than I could have bought it for elsewhere because they had some postcards with it - the only exclusive available. I had a nice steelbook for the first film and a transforming case for the second.
Is there anything anywhere that actually details what the extras are on the 3D release? I try to get the full package for films I buy on blu-ray, I'm naturally like that (heaven help me I even bought the 3D version of Prometheus just to get the extras disc), and assumed having bought the triple play blu-ray when it came out three years ago that they'd be on there. So having finally watched it today and found the cupboard was bare, I'm wondering having read this thread what I missed on the 3D release.