Transformers the Movie 1986 is the first movie made for the popular franchise. It was originally shown in theaters in 1986 but flopped because of the lack of promotion and the limited theaters it was showing on. However the movie was pretty good and even had people like Leonard Nimoy aka Mr. Spock voice Galvatron.
The rerelease of the classic movie has fared better however. The rerelease has two discs. The first disc contains the following:
16x9 Theatrical Widescreen VersionAutobot Matrix of Knowledge (full-length movie featuring fun facts and trivia)Commentary with Nelson Shin (Director), Flint Dille (Story Consultant), and Sue Blu (Voice of Arcee)Fan CommentaryOriginal Theatrical Trailer and TV SpotsCinex and Credit TestPhoto GalleryScramble City Episode with CommentaryRemastering Side-by-Side ComparisonThe second disc ontains the following
Full Screen VersionActivate Autobot City Trivia Game (DVD-ROM)All-New Featurettes: "Death of Optimus Prime", "Cast and Characters" and "TRANSFORMERS Q&A" with Nelson Shin (Director), Tom Griffin (Producer), Joe Bacal (Producer), Flint Dille (Story Consultant), and Sue Blu (Voice of Arcee)Promotional Trailer with CommentaryTest, Deleted/Alternate Footage with CommentaryAnimated StoryboardsUS and Japanese Toy CommercialsScramble City CommercialsDVD-ROM Link to Exclusive ContentThis Movie is one of my favorites of all time! It is a movie on leadership and how the torch was passed from the perfect leader Optimus Prime to the very ordinary Hotrod. It shows us that anyone can step up to the plate and be a leader.