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Urban Legend
« Reply #80 on: 12-09-2014 12:21 »


I mean, Terminator 3 already re-wrote the events set in motion by Terminator 2... though, to be fair, Terminator 2 also re-wrote much of the events set in motion by the first film. Hell, the first film is about people trying to fuck with the timeline, so I'm not too upset about the idea of a film that makes things skewer off into a new timeline...

What I am upset about is that everything we've seen from the film looks awful. I mean, Jesus, half the dialogue in the trailer is just lifted from the first two films. I know that they probably just crammed all the references into the trailer, but still... even Terminator Salvation did a better job of squeezing "I'll be back" in than the new film. I bet Arnie's going to be saying things like "I know now why you cry" for no reason, throughout. This is one of their last chances to create new catchphrases for Arnie to use before they're resigned to CGI-ing him for the whole film and relying on audio clips taken from the previous films. Frankly, they might as well have just skipped ahead to that point, now.

Also, everything about Terminator Salvation is fucking dreadful.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #81 on: 01-30-2015 00:52 »
« Last Edit on: 01-30-2015 00:53 »

New 30-second-long trailer/TV spot:

The new model of Terminator looks pretty cool; I'm honestly super excited for this film but still partly worried it will fuck up the original two.

Urban Legend
« Reply #82 on: 01-30-2015 12:54 »

I don't really see how it can do any damage to the earlier films.

Those films will still exist as they currently do and they've already been tarnished by awful sequels so their legacy is either going to remain pretty much identical or, if this film ends up being good, they'll be improved.

Or are you one of these people who had "Jurassic Park" ruined for them by the events of Bender's Big Score?
Javier Lopez

Urban Legend
« Reply #83 on: 01-30-2015 16:26 »

Or are you one of these people who had "Jurassic Park" ruined for them by the events of Bender's Big Score?

Uhhhh carefull there... you are entering asteroid field

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