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We went ahead and got a copy for the kids but they won't see it till Christmas. It comes in an interesting Transformer case. From looking at the box I am not sure if this one has Atmos but oh well they will enjoy if regardless plus no Atmos at home.

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All discs have Atmos. That's just target exclusive packaging
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All discs have Atmos. That's just target exclusive packaging
That is good to know. Thanks!
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to celebrate the release of Transformers: Age of Extinction on Blu-ray Combo Pack, the biggest star in the universe, OPTIMUS PRIME, participated in the world famous handprint-footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX in Hollywood. Besides OPTIMUS PRIME appearing in multiple forms, actor Peter Cullen, who has voiced OPTIMUS PRIME for three decades, also participated in the ceremony.








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I think the ride at Universal beats the movie lol - plus it's infinitely shorter
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I actually enjoyed this one. I though it was entertaining from the start. One of the things that also impressed me was the 2D image. I thought the colors were really nice and the dark scenes really stood out. Sometimes the transformers looked 3D like because it was that good.
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My wife just bought this for me for my birthday. She bought me a bunch of movies. I rented this when it came out on redbox for a buck. This was before I had anything movie theater at all.... just a dvd and a 36" TV and that was it.

Needless to say... The movie was good for me, I can turn my brain off and enjoy the audio/visuals.... which I seem to enjoy the most.

The audio was down right amazing. I've never had my subwoofer hitting so hard before. The house definitely shook last night when I watched (the good fight parts... I FWD through the slow )

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I am always way behind the curve on movie watching and we just saw this 2-3 weeks ago.
After struggling through the first three if Transformers 4 had come back with the same cast I would have just passed on this one.
But this group was a lot more fun for me to watch.
There were some very funny scenes throughout and I was not praying for Shia LaBeouf to get squished by a giant foot stomping him to smithereens.
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