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IGN Review Sony BMG’s TFTM DVD

Written by admin on October 27, 2006 | DVD,News,Sony BMG,Transformers The Movie (1986) |

IGN have reviewed Sony BMG’s Transformers The Movie 20th Anniversary Edition DVD and seem to love every bit of it.

Probably the most interesting bit of the review is the comparisons with Rhino’s DVD. It clearly shows that a good portion has been cut off around the sides for the full frame (the way it was meant to be watched) version.

Completing Disc One is the restoration comparison – a welcome addition that should be included on every new and upcoming DVD release (and especially re-release) – and the preview footage from the 2007 live-action Transformers film. Unfortunately, none of the shots elaborate on the glimpses we’ve thus far seen, and in fact only repeat content made available on IGN and elsewhere on the web. But the cooperation/participation of Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg and Paramount is a great compliment to the producers of this DVD.

The full review can be read here.