Terminator 3..nope

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    Compund Injury!!! Get it????

    Wow that was lame...

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    I'm reminded of a very bad game I played called Rainbow Six...for N64...On the last mission (like the fourth one also...) my AI teammates would get killed and ruin the mission for me, so I shot all of them at the beginning, completed the objectives and waited...How was I supposed to know I could only win if they survived?
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    T3 is the greatest movie ever. Arnold Schwarzenegger is the greatest action hero ever. (No, i'm not biased about this movie because Schwarzenegger is in it ) Those few scenes where it was 1 on 1, Terminator to Terminator were simply amazing. Nothing compares to that; car chases, shootouts, extreme sports... whatever, I can honestly say that this was the best action movie i've ever seen.
    I did, however, find this movie tried to explain the story a little too well. It left nothing to be desired or interpreted... it was all layed out infront of you in plain english.

    Just look at the guy...
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    that was funny...


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    T3 was pretty good. As sequels go, it's not bad. It fints in with the previous two nicely. (Although T1 didn't really have a big story behind it...)

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    I havent watched T1, and have watched half ot T2 several times.

    I enjoyed the movie. I wouldnt say it was awesome, but it was a good movie.

    There was continuous action, and some humour in it...

    One funny part when they are taking the motor home, Arnold mentions how the female is of perfect breeding age.
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    Originally posted by MethodMan
    I havent watched T1, and have watched half ot T2 several times.

    I enjoyed the movie. I wouldnt say it was awesome, but it was a good movie.

    There was continuous action, and some humour in it...

    One funny part when they are taking the motor home, Arnold mentions how the female is of perfect breeding age.
    I think the funniest part was when John (or that woman) called the T-800 a robot and it corrected him/her with "cybernetic organism". It was perfect, he seemed somewhat insulted by being called a robot. (Even though you really knew he couldn't feel insulted)

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    Originally posted by JaWiB
    I'm reminded of a very bad game I played called Rainbow Six...for N64...
    Hey! That game was made by Saffire. Saffire is (was?)
    home to one of the greatest game-artists in the entire industry.
    Respect!

    www.seegmillerart.com

    Besides, I didn't think the game was too bad.

    But anywho, haven't seen it yet. I will, but I don't have high
    expectations for it; I haven't since finding out that Cameron
    wasn't going to have anything to do with it...

    I have a question: Is the female-terminator supposed to be more
    advanced than the T1000? If so, how is that even possible? The
    T1000 was freakin' liquid metal. How can you be more advanced
    than a robot that can morph into things?

    Terminator 2 was the first R-rated movie I ever saw in a theater.
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    Originally posted by ethic
    I have a question: Is the female-terminator supposed to be more
    advanced than the T1000? If so, how is that even possible? The
    T1000 was freakin' liquid metal. How can you be more advanced
    than a robot that can morph into things?
    The T1000 can only make stabbing weapons, not chemicals or complex parts...

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    Plus the TX (or is it T-X?) can control other electronic devices as well. She also is able to "morp" (she doesn't do it quite the same way) she can can kinda like regenerate everything. It's kinda hard to explain... she just does it differently than T-1000

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    I thought the T1000 was more powerful too. It's kinda like he was indestructable. I mean he blew up, in a million pieces and melted back together! that's really far fetched but who cares. anyway, she sustained damage throughout the film.

    TX is a more powerful offensive machine, where T1000 is more indestructable. Fair enough?
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    > that's really far fetched but who cares.

    Everyone who's going to see this kind of movie should remember this line going in.

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    > that's really far fetched but who cares.

    Everyone who's going to see this kind of movie should remember this line going in.

    Hey, quit hatin' on Terminator. The Terminator series isn't any
    more far fetched than The Matrix, which wouldn't even exist
    if it wasn't for Terminator and Star Wars. It's obvious that the
    Wachowski Bros. were "inspired" by those films.

    Anywho, you have to wonder about T2. Was the script about
    a liquid metal written before or after Cameron heard about
    3D Studio Max? Doesn't matter, it was still a cool movie.
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    The movie was awesomely awesome in an oldschoo,l ass-kicking, sci-fi movie kind of way. And it was ten times better than that corny Wachowski Brothers thing.

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    Originally posted by ethic
    Hey, quit hatin' on Terminator
    I wasn't. I meant anyone goin to see a scifi action movie like that or the Matrix loses their right to talk about it being farfetched.

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