One of the most popular, thrill-packed, franchises of all time is back with even more action and more Autobots and Decepticons! In the highly anticipated Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Decepticon forces return to Earth on a mission to take Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) prisoner, after the young hero learns the truth about the ancient origins of the Transformers. Joining the mission to product humankind is Optimus Prime, who forms an alliance with international armies for a second epic battle.
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BOTH MOVIES INCLUDED IN THIS DVD SET. YOU GET THE ORIGINAL TRANSFORMERS, PLUS REVENGE OF THE FALLEN.
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