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TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE OVERLOADED AND DECEPTICON ISLAND

What to know: The message in this film is that you should always keep trying, no matter what and never give up.
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Recommended age 7-15
66 minutes
DVD
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Bumblebee (Will Friedle-Voice) and his friends have to save their home once again from Megatron (Frank Welker-Voice) who has been trying to take over their world for some time now. While trying to save his world, Bumblebee encounters some obstacles and problems along the way and needs his friends to help him through these challenging times. Will they be able to save the world?

The animation in "Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising" is outstanding with a variety of colors, big characters and lots of detail. There is a little confusion in the beginning of this film but by the middle, everything is making sense and it makes for a good storyline with lots of action. I like the characters' names because they are very unusual and they are not something I would hear every day. My favorite character is Bumblebee because he knows when to take charge when nobody else wants to, knows how to get down to business when others are afraid, and knows who to look up to that gives him wisdom and guidance. The transitions of the transformations goes very smoothly and you can really see them transforming into their shapes, objects or other things/creatures.

Other voice talent actors are Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime) and Steve Blum (Starscream / Darksteel) who do a great job with their voice acting capabilities. They really portray their emotions through their voice, going from happy to sad to angry and back to happy again. It is all so believable and convincing.

One great message in "Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising" is that you should always keep trying, no matter what and never give up. It may get hard sometimes and you feel like you want to quit, but keep trying!

I recommend this film for ages 7 to 15 and people who love The Transformers. There are some violent, intense scenes with robots fighting each, but they are really not too scary to look at.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars because it is a little confusing in beginning and I sometimes cannot understand what a few of the voice characters are saying.

Go through a major transformation in "Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Preadacons Rising", it is available now on DVD.

Brianna Hope Beaton, Age 14, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

This is a dark animated film that centers around the Transformers series of toys. The characters are devious and fight each other a lot There is lots of action. Boys between the ages of 5-10 are the primary audience for this, particularly if they are Transformer fans. Those who are praised are great warriors. There are some big vocabulary words that kids may want to learn such as refugee and domination.
Overloaded: The Autobots must split their forces to battle two different, but both dangerous, Decepticons. While Optimus takes his team to the Artic Circle to face off against Polarclaw, Bumblee and his team must battle against Overload, an ancient Decepticon who has a grudge against Optimus. Decepticon Island: The Autobot teams are reunited, but all is not well as they discover that Steeljaw is leading a Decepticon guerilla army. Though outnumbered, the Autobots will have to defeat Steeljaw's army if they want to keep the world safe.
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