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Old October 2 2013, 03:25 PM   #16
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Re: Terminator 1 or 2: Similar movies?

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I seem to recall a Terminator knockoff called Nemesis or something like that. The first and second movie, I think were pretty decent, but, the 3rd and 4th one descended into softcore porn.
I certainly share your opinion of T4, but T3 was nothing but a remake of T2 with the ending reversed. It wasn't bad, it had just been made already 12 years earlier.

And done much better the first time around.
I'm pretty sure he was referring to Nemesis 3 and 4, not Terminator 3 & 4.
LOL, yea, the 3rd and 4th movie in the knockoff series. I guess I could've phrased it more clearly.
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I certainly share your opinion of T4, but T3 was nothing but a remake of T2 with the ending reversed. It wasn't bad, it had just been made already 12 years earlier.

And done much better the first time around.
I'm pretty sure he was referring to Nemesis 3 and 4, not Terminator 3 & 4.
LOL, yea, the 3rd and 4th movie in the knockoff series. I guess I could've phrased it more clearly.
Oh. My mistake.

The only Nemesis movie I've heard of is the last TNG film.
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I'm pretty sure he was referring to Nemesis 3 and 4, not Terminator 3 & 4.
LOL, yea, the 3rd and 4th movie in the knockoff series. I guess I could've phrased it more clearly.
Oh. My mistake.

The only Nemesis movie I've heard of is the last TNG film.
Yea, sorry. I doubt it's actually called Nemesis, but, it seems like it's some synonym of nemesis or some word close to nemesis (or maybe that is incorrect too). It was a female badass, protecting a "special kid" (not her own kid, she picked him up in a kind of ghetto, I believe) from some Cyborg or robot or whatever.
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There was a movie in the early 90s called "Eve of Destruction" where Gregory Hines is tasked with stopping a cyborg that looks female.
Alright, thanks. I'm about to watch a trailer now!
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