Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen on DVD

The highly-anticipated Transformers sequel, directed by Michael Bay, finally lands on DVD, delivering thrill-upon-thrills that continue to astound.
Two years have passed since Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) and the Autobots saved the human race from the invading Decepticons. Now he’s preparing to leave home for college. Despite his extreme heroics, the battle of Mission City has become an urban legend believed only by conspiracy theorists. Sam is still an average teenager with everyday anxieties and excitement about separating from his parents for the first time, and vowing to be faithful to girlfriend Mikaela (Megan Fox).

Leaving home is something the Autobots understand. The Transformers’ home planet of Cybertron is uninhabitable and the Autobots make the best of their lives on earth, working in league with the military as part of a Top Secret team called NEST. The NEST Team seeks to hunt down whatever remaining Decepticons are still hiding on earth.

National Security Advisor Theodore Galloway, driven to prove that all Transformers should be banished from earth, endeavors to terminate NEST. Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots, agrees to leave if the governments of the world wish it… but he warns Galloway to consider what happens if the Autobots leave earth defenseless.

Sam does his best to navigate college life, until suddenly he’s besieged by visions. The Decepticons soon learn what Sam doesn’t know; that he alone holds the key to the outcome of the struggle between evil and the ultimate power of good. Find out who will win in this mind-bending special-effects feast for the eyes and ears! A total wow!

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  1. Nancy • October 22, 2009 @ 8:57 PM

    I was at Wallymart first thing on Tuesday and bought it for my son for Christmas!

  2. gypsy • October 23, 2009 @ 10:29 PM

    I bought mine today along with some pringles and can’t forget the chocolate covered raisin’s.Movie for tonight with benefits!! LOL

  3. Nancy • October 23, 2009 @ 11:01 PM

    Good idea! I love Glosettes but my faves are Bridge Mixture and Goodies (I’m crazy for black licorice). I bought some scary movies and Ghost stories for Halloween, as well. Just cheapies, 2 for $10. Almost bought one called ‘The Hills Run Red’ but decided against it.

  4. gypsy • October 25, 2009 @ 12:12 PM

    Nancy: My personal favorites are Bridge Mixture and black licorice, oh can’t forget those licorice babies there hard to find nowadays.The one I can’t find are the spearmint Mo-Jo’s LOVE them. The ol-man’s not to keen on the first two,so I just get the glossettes those we both enjoy!No comment on the movies lol you know I can’t handle the gory blood and guts trip!!!BTW the movie was good,I’m gonna trip over to the states and get 4 copies for Xmas presents.Take Care!!!

  5. Nancy • October 25, 2009 @ 8:33 PM

    I love spearmint too! Oh, and cinnamon…those hot lips or Mike N Ike’s, mwahhhh! I buy the licorice babies at Dollarama and the spearmint leaves….and the big boxes of hot Mike N Ike’s, LOL. I can feel it growing just thinking of all that candy! Yeah, you just have to go across the bridge into Buffalo, eh? I haven’t been to the falls since I was a teenager. My aunt and uncle took me there and we went to the wax museum and Marineland. I saw Elvis’ pink Cadillac in a museum, LOL. I loved all the flowers and walking down the street and being sprayed by the mist from the falls. I cross into the US through Sarnia into Detroit (haven’t for a year or two now). Once took the scenic route and went through the Sault into Sault Michigan. Now that is a long drive.

  6. gypsy • October 28, 2009 @ 10:31 AM

    AHA The cinnamon hearts enjoy them also,never tasted Mike N Ike’s though.I will have to give them a try!I live about 5 minutes away from the Rainbow Bridge,the one you see when your strolling through the park.It’s about a 10 minute walk from my apt.I never get tired of going down the hill and watching all the tourists,when I was younger used to sit on the wall and check out the long hair hippies,still do hahaha!!My mind is still stuck in the 60’s lol.Its still beautiful down there even in the winter,New Years Eve is a blast!!Both my boys head down down here for that weekend party, every year since I moved back.Now that my daughter lives here theres more room for their friends to trip down with their ol’ladies and no motel fees to pay.My oldest son is single so he brings the flavour for that year lol hes 34 the next one is 33 he’s got 2 kid’s,another on the way due in may,don’t know if they’ll come this year.My doc is in kitchener so I see them twice a month,which suits me just fine.In the summer they come down every weekend to fish,swim and barbacue we have a blast but I enjoy having my alone time,when I can lol!!!My ex’s bro lived in Sarnia,I used to hit the states over that huge bridge I believe we crossed into Michigan,not really sure though,too many years ago to remember. Was reading the other articles, I lmao when I saw that jo finally let her true colours shine!!!Time for me to get to the lab,talk to you later,Take Care!!!

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