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Old February 6 2009, 03:24 AM   #16
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Re: Cameron's Take on Terminator: Salvation

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This doesn't bode well...Cameron endorsed the 3rd movie and that sucked balls.
I suspect because his friend Arnie was in it.
He also told him to ask for a shit-load of money to do the film.
A shit-load that Schwarzenegger wound up funneling back into the production for the crane-truck vs. pickup chase scene.
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Old February 6 2009, 03:26 AM   #17
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This doesn't bode well...Cameron endorsed the 3rd movie and that sucked balls.
I suspect because his friend Arnie was in it.
Or maybe... gasp... he actually liked the movie. It is possible. Many people enjoyed T3 and managed to avoid being subhuman, trailer trash, lobotomy cases as I think folks tend to be branded around here if they do the unthinkable and... think for themselves rather than let the internet do their thinking for them. I know that thinking flies in the face of TrekBBS policy but... Cameron has show he's completely capable of it time and again...
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Old February 6 2009, 03:29 AM   #18
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I enjoyed Terminator 3. It wasn't as fun as Terminator 2, but it was pretty good.
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Old February 6 2009, 03:31 AM   #19
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I dl'd a "fan edit" of T3 which I thought really brought out the best in that movie, I think it's called T3: The Coming Storm.
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Old February 6 2009, 04:24 AM   #20
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Re: Cameron's Take on Terminator: Salvation

Eh, I've always thought that the only Terminator film should've been the first one. No sequels. I'm funny like that: I think that there should've been no sequels to Terminator, whilst I'm a big fan of Alien 3 which some rather overzealous types keep saying "Aliens should've been the end of the Alien series".
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Old February 6 2009, 04:37 AM   #21
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Re: Cameron's Take on Terminator: Salvation

I'm with Cameron. No way am I supporting this movie. Granted, I've never seen any of the terminator movies. Granted, I've no idea what this is about. And granted, I don't know what Cameron knows about it.

But dammit this is the internet. I don't need to justify myself!
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Old February 6 2009, 04:39 AM   #22
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I suspect because his friend Arnie was in it.
He also told him to ask for a shit-load of money to do the film.
A shit-load that Schwarzenegger wound up funneling back into the production for the crane-truck vs. pickup chase scene.
True.
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Old February 6 2009, 05:24 AM   #23
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While 3 wasn't as good as 2, it did manage to be entertaining on its own merits. I really enjoyed the twist ending. And I'm very excited about 4; I can't wait to directly see the future war and how John Connor becomes the new messiah!
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Old February 6 2009, 05:56 AM   #24
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Yeah I am finally waiting to see some real fighting. We've seen glimpses with 1, 2 and 3. But with 4, we'll get to see some good ole all out combat against the terminators.
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Old February 6 2009, 07:49 AM   #25
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I can't wait to directly see the future war and how John Connor becomes the new messiah!
I'm more interested in seeing how he goes from Resistance soldier to General. We've seen in promos that Connor is not the leader of the Resistance.
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