Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D Blu-ray Trailer

Below is the long version trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D Blu-ray combo pack that will be released on January 31st in the states. Worth watching for those on the fence about buying as it provides some behind the scenes footage and details on the featurette that will be included.

16 comments:

  1. Martinus Prime1/05/2012 3:08 AM

    Please update it with a youtube version when it's online. These adobe flash players suck, they don't work.

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  2. Yay! I can't wait. :)

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  3. Why there won't to give for fans 2-pack: DVD and special features. Many people don't have blu ray an 3D, and still waiting for special edition in DVD... :(((((( What do you thing about that?

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  4. Sorry - "think" ;)

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  5. Martinus Prime1/05/2012 10:38 AM

    @anon 1/05/2012 8:35 AM

    I totally agree with you!! I do have blu-ray, but Paramount leaves the DVD watchers totally in the cold, that's not acceptable!!
    It's just like the 3D thing, they force it on you to watch it. Now they enforce people to buy a blu-ray player, if they want to see special features. On the other hand, a BR player is cheap nowadays.
    But ofcourse it's only a small effort to put a S.E. DVD on the market, they only have burn it on a dvd.
    The movie made a shitload of money, is Paramount that scared that they think the S.E. DVD will sell that bad???

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  6. Lemme tell you a Blu-Ray player is actually pretty cheap these days, around $100. Have you guys even SEEN the quality of a BD vs. DVD? It's SO SHARP AND CLEAR! :D It's like night and day. :) I'm not saying convert your entire collection to BD, but at least get your favorite titles on BD that deserve a second or third watch.

    And the transition from DVD to BD is not new at all. I remember the days when people complained about the transition from VHS to DVD. But DVD won over in the end because of the superior video quality, smaller form factor, and less plastic waste. The same holds true of Blu-Ray over DVD. You actually get a lot more data for your money from BD than DVD depending on what titles are your favorites.

    Change is always tough. It's time to evolve.

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  7. I agree LionBoogy but some people always think there's a gotcha and the fact of the matter is that BD is so much better than DVD and your right its not that expensive and I personally think that Bay just wants it to be seen the best way possible but at the same time I understand that times are tough for alot of people and they just don't have the green right now for BD and 3D but eventually thats where we are heading, to clearer and sharper pics.

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  8. Thnx Martinus. Maybe in USA BR disks are cheaper, than Central and Easten Europe. For one BR disk i have 2 DVDs. It's not fair because for the last yeas I've bought TF's orginal special DVD editions , and now I need to buy new BR player and new TV to watch few special features??? I know that that picture is clear, but I'm sure that many, many fans still have DVD player and waiting for DVD 2-pack.I found many voices on Michael Bay's site forum about this. It's not fair :(

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  9. "over 3 hours of bonus features"
    Nelson you liar!

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  10. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but life is not fair.

    Did anyone argue when we converted from LP vinyl records to 8-tracks and cassettes?

    Did anyone argue when we converted from 8mm cassettes to Mini-DV cassettes?

    Did anyone argue when we converted from LaserDiscs to DVDs?

    Think about the millions of Harry Potter fans who grew up collecting the DVDs. And now they gotta convert to BR.

    Think about the millions of Star Wars fans who throw their hands up in the air AGAIN with the newly released BR series.

    Think about the millions of Twilight fans who are crying tears of pain and agony because they'll have to fork over even more dough to see the specks of crystals on Edward's white skin.

    Let us not forget Lord of the Rings, Toy Story, Batman, and a very large bunch of other franchises that are caught between the DVD/BR transition.

    What am I to do with my DVD collection now! :(

    I feel your pain! :(

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  11. OOOOOH!!!the times they are a changing

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  12. Bob Dylan. :)

    Yes, even he embraced change.

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  13. JUST BOUGHT THE 7 disc package......can't wait!

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  15. just bought a bluray player that i can't afford, oh well!!

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  16. Dont feel bad Jordan I'm going to do the same thing and after seeing movies on my brothers blueray It will be worth it, just a sharper pic.

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