Transformers: L'Ultimo Cavaliere (2
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25 octubre 2017
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I Transfomers, robot alieni dal pianeta Cybertron, vivono tra noi ormai da anni, ma si nascondono dalle forze speciali del governo Usa. Quando un gruppo di ragazzini entra nell'area proibita di Chicago, dove ci fu una grande battaglia nel terzo capitolo della serie, Cade Yaeger interviene a salvarli e riceve da un Transformer vecchissimo e moribondo un antico talismano, che gli si attacca addosso. Yaeger e la giovanissima Izabella sfuggono all'arresto e si rifugiano in una grande discarica di automobili, dove vivono diversi Autobot. Il governo sa che sta arrivando dallo spazio qualcosa di enorme e per fermarlo i suoi funzionari sono disposti a venire a patti con Megatron, liberando alcuni dei suoi più pericolosi Decepticon.
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- Dimensiones del paquete : 17 x 13.4 x 1.4 cm; 140 gramos
- Referencia del fabricante : 748313200PH
- Director : Michael Bay
- Formato multimedia : Blu-ray, 3D
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 25 octubre 2017
- Actores : Josh Duhamel, Anthony Hopkins, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro, Mark Wahlberg
- Subtítulos: : Italiano, Inglés
- Idioma : Italiano (DTS 5.1), Francés (DTS 5.1), Inglés (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Español (DTS 5.1)
- Estudio : Paramount
- ASIN : B072VGQBL6
- Número de discos : 1
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº72,274 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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This picks up from the end of the fourth film, so having seen all the previous four will help you get into this.
Sometime after the end of that one, and Transformers galore are coming to Earth. Despite the best efforts of a new military force designed to deal with them. Cade [Mark Wahlberg] is hiding out and helping those he can. Optimus continues his quest, but runs into a foe he didn't expect.
But we start with a flashback to Arthurian times, and the first hint that the Transformers have been involved with human history for longer than most expected. Because that history is about to come back into play, and the fate of the human race is at stake. Bold heroes are required...
You've heard some films described as movies of two halves. Well this is a film of three thirds. Initially it continues the grim and gritty tone from the fourth film, with various shenanigans going on in the states with Cade in the thick of it. He starts to build a surrogate family, with two reasonably well drawn supporting characters. This section though doesn't manage to clutter the narrative too much, so is quite watchable.
Then suddenly things take a bit of a turn. And we're off to Britain. Leaving some of the characters seemingly forgotten about. And new ones brought in. There's an eccentric Lord played by Sir Anthony Hopkins. His eccentric transformer sidekick Cogman, and Professor Vivian Wembly [Laura Haddock] who knows her history, doesn't believe the brave and the bold really exist. And is of an age where her family really think she ought to have a husband by now. The former has a scheme, and the latter is about to have her world changed forever...
This third of the film is absurdly, brilliantly entertaining. With great use of English locations. A superb performance from Anthony Hopkins who really is great fun, and seems to be having great fun himself. And Laura Haddock makes Vivian very engaging. Some interesting scripting does interesting things with mythos and back story. There's great use of London locations and a cracking good car chase.
But then in the final third, it has to pull it all together. And just has a bit too much to put in. The script doesn't know what to do with Vivian anymore, who is only there to have epiphanies. And she gets lost in the crowd as it remembers characters seemingly forgotten, so there are an awful lot of people to touch base with. Big action explosions and the like follow. Which are watchable. Just not as fun as that middle third.
Optimus Prime as ever gets beaten from pillar to post in the first two thirds, then remembers himself and fights to win in the final third.
It's not a bad final third, but it's just not as good as that middle. Everything is wrapped up with the promise of one even bigger battle to come. Stay watching during the end credits early on for a hint about that.
An entry in a franchise that has probably gotten to the point of needing a few changes or a reboot, but a slight step up from the last two, in that it does manage to have some fun along the way.
It is a twelve certificate due to some innuendo related humour.
The disc has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English. Subtitles: English, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish.
And the usual flyer with code to download copy of the film onto a digital device.
On it's own, this would be a three star release.
This is a dvd like those of old. Remember two disc editions with lots of special features?
This is one of those!
Disc two has approx. ninety minutes worth of those, in the shape of features which when watched all in a row [although you can only select to watch them one by one] form one big long look at the making of the film.
Merging mythologies. Nineteen minutes.
Creating destruction: inside the Packard plant. Five minutes.
Climbing the ranks. Eight minutes.
Uncovering the junkyard. Five minutes.
The royal treatment: transformers in the uk. Twenty five minutes.
Motor magic. Fourteen minutes.
Alien landscape: cybertron. Six minutes.
One more giant movie. Five minutes.
The two longest ones are the best, but Motor magic, with it's look at the robot characters, is also very involving. But all in all they are a good look at the production, and the kind of documentary you thought you would never see again on a dvd. So it's great to be able to watch such once more.
This disc has the following language and subtitle options:
Subtitles; English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian.
This disc does bump the release up to a four star rating as a whole.
Its not a bad movie but you do need to invest a lot of time to it.