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Transformers 4-Movie Collection in High Quality 1080p BluRay x264 5.1 + BDRip x264

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Transformers is a series of American science fiction action films directed by Michael Bay, and based on the toys created by Hasbro and Tomy. The first film, Transformers, was released in 2007, the second, Revenge of the Fallen in 2009, the third, Dark of the Moon in 2011, and the fourth, Age of Extinction in 2014. The fifth is scheduled for a 2017 release.


Transformers is the first film in the series. Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) discovers that his new car, with which he intended to impress Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox), is actually Bumblebee (Mark Ryan), an alien robot from the planet known as “Cybertron.” After being attacked by Barricade (Jess Harnell), Bumblebee called four Autobots to help, including Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen), their leader, Ironhide (Jess Harnell), Ratchet (Robert Foxworth), and Jazz (Darius McCrary), that after the destruction of their planet Cybertron, its life-source, a legendary cube, called the AllSpark, crash-landed on Earth, several million years ago. However, the Decepticons and their evil leader Megatron (Hugo Weaving) plan to use the power of the AllSpark to transform human technology into a new army of Decepticons, and take over the universe. In an agreement, the Autobots decide to destroy the AllSpark, in order to save Earth and Humanity. After Sam finds the glasses, Sam, Mikaela and Bumblebee are captured by Sector 7 and taken to the Hoover Dam. There, they found the cube, which can transform everything and a frozen Megatron, while Frenzy (Reno Wilson) found it too, calls the Decepticons to mobilize and unfreeze Megatron. After the Autobots possess the cube, a battle takes place in Mission City between the Autobots and Decepticons, where Frenzy, Jazz, Bonecrusher (Jim Wood), Brawl, and Blackout lose their lives, as Optimus battles Megatron. After wounding Megatron, Sam kills Megatron by releasing the AllSpark’s power into his chest, at the cost of the AllSpark itself. Knowing that (with the destruction of its life-source) Cybertron can no longer be brought back, the Autobots accept Earth as their new home, and Sam and Mikaela begin a relationship. In a mid-credits scene, Starscream (Charlie Adler) is seen fleeing into space, suggesting the battle is not over.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is the second film in the series, set two years after the events in Transformers. The now-larger group of Autobots have allied with the US and UK military to form a unit known as NEST which hunts down remaining Decepticons on the planet. However, Megatron is resurrected by the Constructicons under Soundwave’s (Frank Welker) command. Sam intends to go to college and have a normal life, but Megatron attempts to obtain some symbols, implanted by the AllSpark into Sam Witwicky’s brain, in favor of his master, the Fallen (Tony Todd). Sam eventually gets badly disturbed with the repeated visuals of the symbols in his head, however things get worse when a huge army of Decepticons arrive on Earth. Later, in a battle to protect Sam, Optimus Prime is killed by Megatron. After his death, Sam, Mikaela, Bumblebee, Skids (Tom Kenny) and Mudflap (Reno Wilson) join forces with Seymour Simmons (John Turturro) and Leo Spits (Ramón Rodríguez) to find out what the Decepticons are planning. They meet the early Transformer Jetfire (Mark Ryan), and learn that the symbols consist of that information which was to lead the Decepticons to the Matrix of Leadership, and which, when inserted in an alien machine, hidden in an Egyptian Pyramid for centuries, will give the Decepticons the power to destroy the Earth’s Sun.

With the help of Jetfire, Sam and the Autobots race to and find the Matrix of Leadership, and Sam and Mikaela make their way through the battle of Egypt – where Arcee (Grey DeLisle), Ravage, Mixmaster, Scrapper, Long Haul, Scorponok, Skipjack (Kevin Michael Richardson), and Devastator (Frank Welker) lose their lives – to the NEST forces and Sam uses its power to resurrect Optimus. However, The Fallen manages to get his hands on it, and activates the machine. Jetfire sacrifices himself so that Optimus can use his parts to gain new powers. They are used as a jetpack and battle armor, which Optimus uses to kill The Fallen and badly wound Megatron, who flees with Starscream, suggesting the battle is still not over. In the aftermath, Sam returns to college.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon is the third film in the series, set three years after the events of Revenge of the Fallen. When the war on Cybertron between the Autobots and Decepticons appears lost to the Autobots, their leader, Sentinel Prime (Leonard Nimoy), attempts to launch the Ark, an Autobot ship from their planet, containing the technology that could have saved his race. However, it crash lands on Earth’s moon in 1961, prompting President John F. Kennedy to make his famous promise to the nation to put a man on the Moon. The 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing was actually an investigation of the spacecraft. As Sam Witwicky goes into adulthood with a new girlfriend named Carly Spencer (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley), the Autobots learn of the Ark and of Sentinel Prime. Thus, Sentinel Prime is brought back to Earth, and revived using the Matrix of Leadership. Optimus Prime convinces America’s leadership that they must protect Sentinel Prime, and his “pillars”, which can help transport matter through time and space. Later, Sentinel betrays the Autobots as he allies with the Decepticons, killing Ironhide in the process, and reveals to have made a deal with the Decepticons to bring back Cybertron. America’s leaders decide to send the Autobots to another planet, wanting to avoid war and granting Sentinel and the Decepticons’ forced request. But as the Autobots leave, the Decepticons shoot their ship down, believing that they had killed all of the Autobots onboard it. With the Autobots gone, Sentinel Prime activates the pillars, and Chicago is seized by the Decepticons and their vicious/evil human ally, Dylan Gould (Patrick Dempsey). Thus begins the reproduction of Cybertron, at the cost of Earth, its resources and humanity. But, it is later revealed that the Autobots had faked their deaths, and a battle ensues between the Autobots and Decepticons in Chicago, for one final stand where Sentinel, Megatron, Starscream, Soundwave, Laserbeak (Keith Szarabajka), Barricade, Shockwave (Frank Welker), Que/Wheeljack (George Coe), and Dylan all lose their lives and Cybertron is destroyed as the remaining Autobots vowing never to forsake it.

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth film in the series, set five years after the destructive battle of Chicago in Dark of the Moon. The human race no longer trusts the Transformers and under the order of the ruthless government official agent Harold Attinger (Kelsey Grammer), the black ops are tasked with the extermination of all the Transformers and have teamed with the Cybertronian bounty hunter Lockdown (Mark Ryan), working for the Creators to hunt them all down. Attinger is promised a “Seed” for helping him, if he helps Lockdown capture Optimus alive. As a result, the surviving Autobots go into hiding. Five years later, Ratchet and Leadfoot have been terminated, and possibly Sideswipe, Dino/Mirage, Roadbuster and Topspin too. But a mechanic, Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), purchases a rusty semi-truck intending to sell its parts for money to help his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) pay for college. After examining the truck, it reveals itself to be a badly damaged Optimus Prime, and Cade decides to help repair him instead of reporting him. However Cade brings the government and Lockdown down upon them, the agents must to kill them for not to disclose their secrets. As a result, the Yeagers and Tessa’s boyfriend Shane (Jack Reynor) are forced to team up with the Autobots – Optimus, Bumblebee, Drift (Ken Watanabe), Crosshairs (John DiMaggio) and Hound (John Goodman) – to destroy Lockdown and Attinger’s operation to give the humans back their freedom and avenge their fallen comrades. Meanwhile, the company KSI is building its own Transformers with cyber-matter (“Transformium”) from the bodies of fallen Transformers including Megatron, and their CEO Joshua Joyce (Stanley Tucci) is working with Attinger to use the seed as part of a double deal to become rich and create an army of controllable Transformers for government use. However, no one is aware that KSI’s “Galvatron” prototype (Frank Welker) is possessed by the still living mind of Megatron, who adopts the name for himself, and becomes even more powerful. He plots to wait until Joshua has the Seed, possess the other fifty drones and, take it and use it to make enough transformium to build a new army and exterminate humanity, making Joshua turn against Attinger, and team up with Cade. Eventually, the Autobots pursue their enemies to Hong Kong where they battle Galvatron’s army and released the four Legendary warriors to destroy the army, while the Yeagers, Shane and Joshua are faced with Attinger as they try to protect the Seed from Galvatron. Eventually, Lockdown returns to take on Optimus, but Optimus kills both him and Attinger before finishing the remaining KSI drones and winning the Autobots and the Warriors freedom, while Galvatron escapes and vows that he will return for he is reborn. Optimus, knowing the Creators still want him, leaves the planet with the seed to find the Creators.



written by maxdugan

2 Responses to this entry.

  1. 1. Brand new Guy Says:

    Can you please post the links for 720p if possible?

  2. 2. maxdugan Says:

    Hello Brand New Guy, ill try my best my friend, thank you very much

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