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Transformers Prime: One Shall Stand


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  • Format: Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • Release Date: July 31 2012
  • ASIN: B007RMQ4H2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,793 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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This full-length film was originally broadcast as seven episodes from the first two seasons of Transformers Prime and is, above all else, the story of Optimus Prime. Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) is the leader of the Autobots and perhaps the most important figure in the Autobots' fight against the Decepticons and its leader Megatron (Frank Welker). This film sets out to answer two big questions: Who is Optimus Prime and where did he come from? Humans Jack, Miko, and Rafael certainly don't know, and neither, it seems, do fellow Autobots Bumblebee, Arcee, Bulkhead, and Ratchet. The first big event in the film is that Unicron (John Noble) is awakened deep in the center of the earth and poses a threat to the Autobots and the entire human race. Optimus pursues him, but the fight causes Optimus to forget his present status as a prime and revert to his past position of archivist and clerk--in the service of Megatron! Suddenly it looks like all is lost for the Autobots in their war against the Decepticons and their dark energon. That is, unless teen Jack, chosen by Optimus and entrusted with a Cybertron relic that just might be the key to unlocking the all-powerful vector sigma, can collaborate with the other Autobots and his fellow humans. They must find a way to cross into Cybertron, unleash the power of vector sigma, and somehow bring back Optimus and restore his memory. This action-packed film features remarkably good CG animation, voice talent, and sound, especially considering it was originally a television production, and the film is just as much about character development as it is about action. Bonus features include a 12-minute interview with executive producer Jeff Kline, supervising producer/writer Duane Capizzi, and writer Steven Melching, and an animatic of One Shall Rise, Part 2. Transformer fans will definitely want to catch this film. --Tami Horiuchi

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
One Shall Stand July 6 2012
By D. Underwood - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This disc contains a total of seven episodes. Yes, four have been previously released on the Season One DVD/Blu-ray box set but the other three are yet to see a release in any home media format! On top of that, they are edited together to form a movie. So this makes it a totally different experience to watch -- just like the previously released Darkness Rising set.

For the record, the episodes are:
"One Shall Fall"
"One Shall Rise, Part I"
"One Shall Rise, Part II"
"One Shall Rise, Part III"
"Orion Pax, Part I"
"Orion Pax, Part II"
"Orion Pax, Part III"

Now, the "Orion Pax" episodes will be included on the Season Two set, but who want to wait until 2013?! And even then they won't be presented as one feature-length experience with the preceeding "One Shall..." episodes. This set's a bargain!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
ravage 24/7 July 2 2012
By Ryan M. Lutz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Transformers Prime:One Shall Stand is a thrill ride of transformer action!There are plenty of twist in the storylines in this awesome DVD.Optimus and Megatron battle it out with awesome intensity while earth hangs in the balance.Unicron plays the wild card role in these episodes.The battle scenes with Unicron are amazing with Optimus,Megatron,and the rest of the Autobots getting involved.Optimus shows his true character of bravery and honor while Megatron shows his greed for power in that he will be the only one to conquer earth and call it his own.Arcee,Bumblebee,and Bulkhead are amazing as well while backing up their leader with heroism like only the autobots can.The other 3 episodes are of Orion Pax.Optimus must find himself again persay while trying to figure out who he can trust and believe.Megatron shows how manipulative the Decepticon Leader can really be when implimenting project iocon.Arcee and Jack really show what they are made of while kicking some major ass along the way as well.This is another awesome mini-series in the Transformer Prime show that kicks off Season 2.Bottom line these episodes are some of the best from both seasons that have some of the most compelling and creative action filled storylines that you will find in the Transformer prime series.This is a 10 out of 10 dvd experience for all ages of transformer fans.I highly recommend Transformers Prime:One Shall Stand to all transformer fans out there.Transformers Rule!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A truly epic adventure for Team Prime Aug. 25 2012
By L. W. Swint - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"And it was written in the Covenant of Primus...that when the 47 spheres align a perpetual conflict will culminate upon a world forged from chaos. And the weak shall perish in the shadow of a rising darkness."

With these ominous words recited by Optimus Prime, a truly epic adventure begins for the brave Autobots who defend the Earth from Megatron and his minions, the Decepticons in "Transformers Prime: One Shall Stand," a special DVD release from Hasbro Studios and Shout! Factory. This disc offers the final 4 episodes of Season One of the "Transformers Prime" TV series as well as the 3 premiere episodes of Season Two, but showcased in an edited form for the viewer to enjoy as a 150 minute feature-length tale. The original episode titles were:

"One Shall Fall"
"One Shall Rise (Parts 1,2,3)"
"Orion Pax (Parts 1,2,3)"

"One Shall Stand" marks a critical time in the ages-old conflict between the opposing "robots in disguise." The malevolent Megatron has become more and more obsessed with achieving his ancient desire for conquest. His long-time adversary, Optimus Prime, senses this and comes to a grim but inevitable conclusion:

"I have been foolish not to see what history has proven over and over again: that Autobots and Decepticons will never mend their ways. If there can be no diplomatic solution to this 'perpetual conflict,' then I must not allow more darkness to fall on this or any planet. Megatron must be destroyed!"

Thus, Prime challenges Megatron to a one on one battle of the ages...but this clash of robotic titans becomes just a prelude to a far mightier threat to the adopted world of the Transformers with the stunning resurrection of Unicron, "the chaos bringer;" a godlike being with cosmic ties to Cybertron, the homeworld of the Autobots and Decepticons...and more. As this immense "force of nature" grows more and more powerful, to defeat Unicron, Optimus Prime is confronted with an uneasy choice, a choice that will cost him and the heroic Autobots he leads more than they ever imagined.

"One Shall Stand" is a story of immense proportions...but also one of truly emotional proportions as well. Like much of the "Transformers Prime" TV Series, this tale harkens back to Transformers adventures of the past even as it showcases this saga for a new audience. In particular it offers a new interpretation of Unicron, a character first introduced in 1986 in The Transformers - The Movie (20th Anniversary Special Edition). But at the heart of this epic adventure is the character of Optimus Prime. This is a story of who he is, who he was, and how this noble figure affects the lives of those around him, friends and foes alike.

From an animation stand point, "One Shall Stand" is just another example of the impressive work being done by the talented computer animators who help realize this excellent TV series. The Transformers are characters born to be imagined with computer graphic imaging technology and they have rarely looked better than in "Transformers Prime."

This DVD acts as a bridge between Seasons One and Two of the ongoing "Transformers Prime" show. Its movie length version of the series' First Season finale and Second Season premiere can be enjoyed as a self-contained story but it also introduces and continues plot points that will only deepen as the TV series progresses. The most interesting story development for me is Optimus Prime's darker view of the conflict between him and his fellow Autobots, and their enemies, the Decepticons and their master, Megatron. This character evolution of the Autobot leader is a distinctive hallmark of the "Transformers Prime" series. How Prime will resolve his seeming growing sense of pessimism regarding the centuries-long civil war is something I look forward to seeing as the show continues.

The "One Shall Stand" DVD also includes 2 bonus features: a round table discussion with members of the "Transformers Prime" writing staff about the challenges of scripting stories for the series and an "animatic" or test version of the episode "One Shall Rise (Part 2)."

"One Shall Stand" is a thrilling tale and comes highly recommended.

Long live Optimus Prime!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great for new and old fans! July 24 2012
By Cherise Kachelmuss - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
My husband loved Transformers as a kid and all of the sudden my boys (4 and 5) are huge Transformers fans. They love the toys and while this show is a little above them, they still appreciated it. The show has lots of Transformers action, with all the characters we love including Megatron, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. The DVD is actually a series of the seven episodes together, and while some of them have been seen before on a previous Transformers DVD, it is great to have everything in one DVD all together. My boys liked the DVD and for new Transformers fans like them it was perfect (since they have nothing else to really compare it to) and even my husband who is an olf fan appreciated the characters and action!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Great Addition to the Series! July 12 2012
By Dad of Divas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This DVD was full of amazing action and provides a thrill ride for anyone that is a fan of the Transformers (in any of the cartoons that have been out over the years). I know that as a person who grew up on the initial series back in the 1980's this was a great addition to the overall breadth and depth of the Transformers in general. With great writing, plot and artistry, this DVD was fun to watch from beginning to end. The only challenge with this set is that if you have already purchased Season One, you have four of the seven episodes already. The last three of the series are great to have, but it is important to know that this is the case. Overall though, if you love the Transformers and have never seen this series, strap yourself in and hold on for the ride!


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