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Monday, July 30, 2012

Transformers Prime: One Shall Stand DVD Review

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Transformers Prime: One Shall Stand DVD Review

Synopsis: Since acquiring Dark Energon, the DECEPTICON leader MEGATRON has worked tirelessly to uncover its secrets in an effort to finally wield its great power! Now it’s up to the heroic leader of the AUTOBOTS, OPTIMUS PRIME, to stop his old nemesis once and for all, no matter what the cost. But Optimus Prime will not only face Megatron in this ultimate rematch, but rise to the challenge of defeating an even greater foe: UNICRON, whose power threatens the existence of humankind. With many dramatic surprises throughout this epic story arc, numerous questions will be faced, but none more important than these: Who is Optimus Prime? And can the Autobots’ true key to salvation lie in the trusted hands of a teenage boy named Jack?

From Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman (the writing team behind the megasuccessful Transformers feature trilogy) and executive producer Jeff Kline comes the story behind the most iconic Autobot ever created, finally revealed like never before in an epic tale of deception, sacrifice, loyalty and triumph.

Originally broadcast as seven episodes that spanned the first two seasons of the Emmy Award-winning series, One Shall Stand is presented here as an uninterrupted movie featuring the voice talents of returning Transformers legends Peter Cullen and Frank Welker alongside a superstar cast including Adam Baldwin (Chuck), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), John Noble (Fringe), Gina Torres (Firefly) and Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator)!

Review: Transformers: Prime is the latest incarnation of one of the most popular franchises from the 1980s.  This DVD from Shout Factory collects seven episodes of the series, which airs on the HUB network into a film.  The episodes on the disc include:

"One Shall Fall"
"One Shall Rise, Part I"
"One Shall Rise, Part II"
"One Shall Rise, Part III"
"Orion Pax, Part I"
"Orion Pax, Part II"
"Orion Pax, Part III"

Four of these episodes were released on the season one set, but three have yet to see release and seeing them all put together in this way makes for a fantastic movie experience. The show is very well-done and a joy for any Transformers fan. This is no single disc release, this is a well put together compilation for ultimate fans.

Interest Range: Animation, The Hub
 

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