Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011
Title : Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011 DVDRip
Size : 400 MB
Info : dvd-review-transformers-prime-darkness-rising
Genre : Animation
Date Realish : 2011
Stars: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Jeffrey Combs
Quality : DVDRip
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011 Movie Review
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011, Who would have imaged a toy-line would be more popular now than back in the ‘80s? The three Transformers movies have made billions in the last few years. It’s only natural that the TV series gets revived since toy manufacturer Hasbro owns The Hub cable channel. Transformers Prime uses CGI to continue the adventure of the alien robots that can transform into cars and other devices. Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising edits together the introductory mini-series into a movie.
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011, The Decepticons have been laying low for three years. That doesn’t mean the Autobots have declared victory. They’re searching the countryside for the mysterious element Energon. Cliffjumper (voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) stumbles across a large deposit of Energon which would normally be a good thing. Except it turns out the Decepticons have also located it. He can’t put up too much of a battle against an overwhelming enemy force. The Decepticons have evil plans involving Dark Energon. They want to create a race of zombie robots to do their bidding. They also plan on bringing Megatron back to Earth. It’s a major nightmare for Optimus Prime. He can’t allow it. Luckily he has three plucky kids to assist in his battle. The kids help the audience relate to a world of living machines.
Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising plays better than the last Michael Bay trainwreck involving the characters. The new CGI kids are more tolerable than the forgettable actress Bay hired to replace Megan Fox. The cartoon might be a little bit shocking for small eyes since the opening includes the abrupt end to one of the characters at the hands of the Decepticons. Although judging from the way toddlers destroy toys, maybe it isn’t such a revolting concept to them. Transformers Prime isn’t a secondary entertainment for fans.