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Pre Order - Transformers (Blu-ray) - £15.95 @ Amazon.co.uk
Pre Order - Transformers (Blu-ray) - £15.95 @ Amazon.co.uk

Pre Order - Transformers (Blu-ray) - £15.95 @ Amazon.co.uk

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This title will be released on September 8, 2008.

Based on the Hasbro toy line that initially captivated kids in the 1980s, director Michael Bay's TRANSFORMERS finds two warring bands of shape-shifting alien robots renewing their intergalactic conflict on Earth. While the Decepticons, followers of the malevolent Megatron (voiced by Hugo Weaving), strive to take over the planet, the Autobots, led by the valiant Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen), are intent on protecting humanity. When young Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) discovers that his new car is really the Autobot Bumblebee (voiced by Mark Ryan), it sets the stage for a massive giant-robot showdown. A shining example of the Hollywood summer blockbuster at its best, TRANSFORMERS combines stunning CGI effects and thrilling action sequences with drama, humor, and a touch of romance. Featuring a large cast that includes Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Jon Voight, John Turturro, Anthony Anderson, and Rachael Taylor, the film is anchored by LaBeouf, who always displays an engaging Everyman charm, whether hes running from colossal robots, interacting with his well-meaning parents (hilariously played by Kevin Dunn and Julie White), or pining for his gorgeous classmate (Megan Fox). While some TRANSFORMERS purists may be dismayed by certain aspects of this bold big-screen adaptation (Bumblebee is a Camaro instead of a Volkswagen), the movie balances its spectacle with an admirable amount of substance, giving it an appeal far beyond pre-teen boys and their nostalgic Autobot-loving elders.


Ive been waiting for this to come out on blu-ray for soooo long!!

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£16 for Transformers in HDf? Rip off!

Transformers DVD upscaled, Transformers HD DVD or just downloading it off Xbox Live video marketplace are all far more affordable options with negligable difference when viewing.

I gotta ask, is Blu-Ray really doing so well they can afford to keep ripping people off like this?!?

Hahahahahahahahahaha

Transformers.................RIP OFF IN DISGUISE................POO............:roll:

scattycat;2498332

It is £7.99 on HD at HMV now, 2 disc version,. … It is £7.99 on HD at HMV now, 2 disc version,. http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=97;10;-1;-1&sku=694262&batuid=1000&affiliate=buyat&lpgrp=network&WT.mc_id=101450Or £6.99 in SD http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=12;13;-1;-1&sku=647154


Was just about to buy the hd dvd version, but then I realised I thought the film was turd.

on blu ray........................is it not already out ?

Havince;2498434

on blu ray........................is it not already out ?



nope, was released on HD DVD before the decepticons killed the format and they have decided to release on blu ray

It's a bit early for the Friday joke, don't you think?

It's £4.99 for the 2 disc DVD at CD-Wow or £3.99 if you use one of the many vouchers about.

I am a Blu Ray fan and can clearly tell teh difference between it and DVD. However, I cannot justify spending at least 3 times as much for a title for that extra quality, especially for a film that I may onyl watch a couple of times at most. I've only ever spent over £10 on a Blu Ray for special titles like Batman Begins special pack, and Blade Runner 5-disc edition, both of which are comparable prices on DVD.

Blu Ray is not a success, but can be. By that, I mean, it's a niche market, that has the potential that DVD once had.
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