As the title says, the movie is pretty awesome. This review, however, is for the content on the disc(s). For being a Blu-Ray disc, the excuse that "there wasn't enough room on the disc to add extra's" cannot be used with a straight face. There is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING extra on these discs. They are ONLY THE MOVIE. If you are looking for extras, sit back and wait. Hopefully they will come out with another release. Blu-Ray discs that only contain the movie and no extras should not be full price. It's movies like these that a lot of people buy partially to see all the extras.
INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL
HAVING THE TEAM OF LUCAS SPEILBERG AND HARRISON FORD HOW CAN YOU LOSE. A GREAT AND FUN WAY TO END UP THE SERIES. HARRISON FORD FOR SIXTY FIVE LOOKS GREAT. UNDERSTAND HE DID MOST OF THE STUNTS. HAVING THE RETURN OF MARION IS GREAT. SHIA LEBOUF IS FANTASTIC. QUITE A TALENT. GRAB THE POPCORN AND ENJOY A FUN AND GREAT MOVIE. THE BLUE RAY KID
All but one, (Carolina \u2013 reminded me of Emma), of these films was more than convincing, believable, and worthwhile to view. Be prepared to learn from these films too, as they can help us cope with everyday situations, and encourage us to persevere in the face of overwhelming odds.\nSharon Stone was so moving, as an understanding and empathetic Mother trying her very best and believing in her son\u2019s ability, played enthusiastically by Kieran Culkin (The Mighty).\nAll the other films, Music of the Heart, The Battle of Shaker Heights, Wide Awake and Smoke Signals (:D) are excellent choices made by Miramax to compile the set.\nMore than Highly recommended and excellent value.
i got this dvd 4 xmas and i got to say this movie is excellent.. the entire movie leaves u in your seat gripping for the sides... shia is one of my fav actors and i can say he has done the best acting in this film... this movie is for anyone who loves a thrill ride...THE BEST OF 2008 IS RIGHT HERE.. BUY IT U WANT BE SORRY.
I love this movie and how the whole scenario works out, however, don't let credits fool you. Wikipedia states that movie critics feel this movie was crud. I disagree with them this was a good film and I believe people should see this film for themselves.\n\nI also bought this for $5 at my local Walmart not the online $24.96 price. Yes, same Special Edition 2-Disc Widescreen DVD.
Montiel's honey coated Queens of the mid-'80s is rich with the violence and carnality of teenagers, and the performances of LaBeouf (as the young Dito) and Channing Tatum (as his Stanley Kowalski-like grunt friend, Antonio) are raw pleasures.
After the movie scored poorly at a test screening, Miramax vice president Rick Schwartz bullied directors Efram Potelle and Kyle Rankin into playing up the comedic elements and soft-pedaling the family drama.
Revenge of the Fallen ... plays more like Pearl Harbor 2, from the heavy-handed seriousness to the clumsy racial stereotypes (a couple of 'ethnic' robots seem to have walked straight out of the Kirk Lazarus School of Racial Sensitivity).
This is a horrible movie that doesnt deserve the hype it has. Its basically just a copy of the first one, in how the story progresses and even some of the action sequences... All it is a way to drawn out action flick that barely has any story. I do not recommend it
I grew up watching the Transformers shows and cartoons and enjoyed them.\nI gave the movie a shot and watched it and honestly, I liked it.\nThough I noticed that they advertise this movie towards a younger crowd, a lot of the movie seemed to be for teenagers\/adults. So if you have a young kid, you may want to view it first before letting them watch it.\nI enjoyed the action. I thought they did an acceptable job with the graphics. Some parts of the movie are corny... but I guess that was expected.