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Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising on DVD

Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising on DVD - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 23, 2011
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Enter a new chapter of the Transformers saga with Transformers Prime: Darkness Rises. The five-part miniseries is available on DVD December 6.

About the Movie

Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising originally aired as a five-part miniseries on The Hub. Now, for the first time ever, it has been seamlessly edited for a special widescreen movie presentation. Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Arcee, Autobot Ratchet, Bulkhead and many others are back to roll out against Megatron’s latest attempt to conquer earth. This time, Megatron is more powerful than ever. Optimus Prime and the autobots find increased strength through friendships with three human teenagers. Will this be enough to conquer over evil?

Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising DVD Trailer

Special Features

In addition to the feature-length film, the disc also has bonus features, including:

  • Animatics
  • Special look at concept designs for characters and backgrounds

Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising Rating: 3

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I absolutely loveeee Transformers.
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