JVC RS4500 | ST130 G4 135" | MRX 720 | MC303 MC152 | B&W 802D3, HTM1D3, 805D3, 702S2 | 4x15 IB Subs
I'm not sure why this movie isn't touted more as such a great bass demo movie. There are tons of subsonics in this movie. Even the dream works intro has tons of subsonics from 25 sec to 35 sec range. I always assumed a lot of folks just didn't hear these sounds and that was partly why the movie wasn't cited more often. I never even heard these sounds until my infinite baffle setup was in place. When I had buttkickers (before replacing them with something better), I use to use the intro to transformers at that location to tune them for max volume before bottoming out. Also at 6:50-7:02 in the beginning fight when side swipe flies over the car has subsonics again. This part use to cone my IB 12 array (before I redid it with IB 15's, which never barely move). Again you don't normally feel/hear this even on normal "good" subs.Wait until you hear the Dolby Atmos version of Revenge of the Fallen on the 4K UHD disc!
In fact, transformers 2009 is also one of the best demo sound tracks period (not just for bass). From the dream works intro to the end of the mini-intro where Optimus prime is narrating, you have tons of sounds in all frequencies. The optimus prime voice, itself, is deep and if your system is decent, you can feel it in your chest as he talks. The movie is good. The sound is one of the best I've ever heard period. I consider Transformers revenge of the fallen, top gun, and doctor strange to be my 3 favorite sound tracks of all time.