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Terminator Salvation

Although Judgment Day has in fact occurred, the future for which John Connor (Christian Bale) was prepared has been partly altered by the appearance of a stranger named Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington). Connor must determine if Wright has been rescued from the past, or sent from the future. As the machines prepare for a final battle, Connor and Wright delve deep into Skynet's heart, uncovering a secret that could lead to the annihilation of mankind.

Christian Bale John Connor
Sam Worthington Marcus Wright
Bryce Dallas Howard Kate Connor
Anton Yelchin Kyle Reese
Moon Bloodgood Blair Williams
Common Barnes
Helena Bonham Carter Dr. Serena Kogen
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Jan 09, 2010 - Matt70 on Terminator Salvation
Takes me back.

Ok the entire selling point of this movie for me was well its Terminator...duh.the movie really tries to capitalize on that old terminator feel...but fails in many regards.the plot is good and full of some interesting scenes.the actors play there roles well enough.there is a few moments where classic lines from the old movies are quoted(in a attempt for major nostalgia) these work most of the time.overall this movie just cant live up to the first two classics.Terminator and T2.the old movies have that special something that make them a thrill to watch.T3 and this installment can't compete.

Jun 24, 2009 - lolmariam on Terminator Salvation

This is honestly the first Terminator movie I have seen, and it left me wanting to see all the others. It was filled with action, things blowing up, just my favorite. A lot of reviews I have read say the characters in this movie were hard to connect with and were cold, but I disagree. The viewers were the ones who were cold. In the end, the movie put me to tears. It was a brilliant ending. Very confusing if you don't pay attention, however.

Jun 20, 2009 - nishgop on Terminator Salvation
Terminator Salvation

Excellent movie..Could not imagine a Terminator movie without Arnie..Although its not as good part 2 its still great

May 26, 2009 - AnDroo.Napoli on Terminator Salvation
If you're a fan, See it twice...

I went in the first time with a wide assortment of expectations. Once the movie was done I left wanting them to have done a million things with the plot. I still enjoyed the movie, don't get me wrong, I just wanted something else.

Seeing it the second time all the little things that didn't make sense, did. Things I thought were mistakes or plot holes were actually plot devices but were a little ambiguous on initial delivery.

This is a Prequel... Any Terminator fan since the first has, like me, BEGGED for one set in the future, during the war. Good or bad, it didn't matter. Just wanted to see shit blow up and all that chromed death munching on some humans. However, if you knew ANYTHING about the movies, you'd know there's a missing chunk of time at the end. They could chop up the series into two more, here's to hoping they stick with only one sequel.

Not to give anything away, but all the little tiny things that happened in the first three movies, like the "non-plot" stuff. Things mentioned in passing and visual anomalies were referenced here. The T-600's were as exactly described for instance. There were quite a few homages to the first three films on top of those carefully extracted details, it really played to the fans.

Let me tell you about the sound system... Its been such a long time since a movie even remotely took advantage of the sound system. I think the last time was Transformers... The first scenes in the future immediately put you in place. You know where you are, and what you're dealing with, no bullshit.

I did HATE one thing about this film, and it may be a part of where Skynet is at in its development, but all the HK's and Centaurs are made of patina'd steel, rather than the flawless chrome beasts of the future I remembered. The whole point of them being flawlessly pollished was because they were always in prestine condition; nothing you can do hurts them...

Looking forward to the sequel, I want to see how Skynet is finally brought down, and how they're going to deal with the time machine. Until then, my appitite has been whetted.

May 25, 2009 - cvj on Terminator Salvation

good movie

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