The Transformers film series continues with this fourth entry from director Michael Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg. In the devastating aftermath of the fight for humanity, an enigmatic group strives to alter the course of history as an ancient force of evil plots the destruction of mankind. In order to defeat it, Optimus Prime (voice of Peter Cullen) and the rest of the Autobots must join forces with a new, resilient band of humans who will fight an epic battle that will determine the fate of the entire human race. Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor co-star.
[Wide Screen, Color]
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Disc #1 -- Transformers: Age of Extinction 1. Scene 1 [6:51] 2. Scene 2 [7:41] 3. Scene 3 [7:03] 4. Scene 4 [8:30] 5. Scene 5 [:04] 6. Scene 6 [8:31] 7. Scene 7 [4:53] 8. Scene 8 [2:28] 9. Scene 9 [2:05] 10. Scene 10 [:16] 11. Scene 11 [3:09] 12. Scene 12 [3:47] 13. Scene 13 [3:41] 14. Scene 14 [2:56] 15. Scene 15 [5:42] 16. Scene 16 [:33] 17. Scene 17 [6:52] 18. Scene 18 [4:56] 19. Scene 19 [3:14] 20. Scene 20 [:54] 21. Scene 21 [4:54] 22. Scene 22 [7:33]
Disc #1 -- Transformers: Age of Extinction Play Set Up Audio Options English 5.1 Dolby Digital English 2.0 Discrete Dolby Digital Français Español English Audio Description Subtitle Options English Français Español Português Subtitle Options: None Scene Selection
Transformers: Age of Extinction 2.3 out of 5based on
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Probably one of the worst movies ever made. It seriously lasted six hours and the entire movie was about Mark and his dumb daughter instead of the actual Transformers.
More than 1 year ago
This is positively one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Seriously, how do they get away with such a terrible story line and weak characters. I admit that I find the entire concept a tad daft (giant aliens robots with nothing better to do than risk their life and limb to serve and protect humans--especially American humans), but don't get me wrong--I love SciFi. I just saw XMen DFP and the 2014 Capt. America and those movies RULED, i.e. I loved them. What ever happened to Firefly, Serenity, Andromeda? Why aren't more Terry Pratchett books made into movies, do they really have to scrape the bottom of the barrel and release such drivel? This transformers thing though--a senseless story about fake characters mingled with gratuitous violence that also makes little to no sense (humans able to wield weapons made for 30-tonne machines, etc.). I expected more from 'Marky Mark', but I guess actors also 'lean to the green'. Still amazed that it got a budget though. Not worth the time--walk-out, this one!
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