Let's take a look at the first screencap from Transformers: Dark Of The Moon below. We have some beautiful images which unfortunately, don't stay long on the screen. In fact, I argue some of the best work — and probably the most expensive — are flashed before your eyes within a few seconds. I really feel for Megatron this time around. He has to keep his head covered because little Transformer Bugs are seemingly poking and prodding in his brain, attempting to mend some circuitry. The screenshot below scared the crap out of me on my 50" plasma.
The following three screenshots are just amazing, and look fabulous on the HDTV. If you have a projection television, you are privileged, indeed. Must I say again, these shots really don't last long. A few seconds. It's too bad we couldn't have an extended cut with a longer sequence of the below. I'd be all over that release. Michael Bay...are you listening?
This is another scene which passes by way too fast but looks great on your big non-tube.
Watching this Black Hole effect take place is worth the Repeat and A-B buttons on your Blu-ray player. Let's face it. You never used those buttons and features anyway, but now is the perfect opportunity.
Being a Transformer, I didn't know Megatron had so much blood in him. Until now. Dark Of The Moon adds more "Transformer Vital Liquid" to battle scenes.
Transformers:DOTM delivers on the action and battle sequences that are continually kicked-up a notch with every movie. Some spectacular effects that super-sharp but yet retain its slight grittiness and contrasted presentation.