Before we get into this let me know what is your favorite chase sequence from a movie?
Ok did you really think I was going to do a review on Terminator 1 without doing the sequel? I love this movie and it’s even better than the first one which is weird since sequels are usually not as good as the first one as most people say. When you thought nothing could’ve been perfected in Terminator 1, this movie comes along. The movie changes the perspective by making the Terminator a good guy. The story is even better with the awesome cast. We actually see the Terminator develop a personality when he stays with John Connor. The characters are all unique and different from each other and it’s the same awesomeness from the first film. We also see more of Sarah Connor who has completely changed, most movies avoid changing the personality of a character but the Terminator franchise doesn’t give a 💩. The action sequences and chase sequences are amazing and probably some of my favorites. Basically it’s probably the best Terminator movie and the best movie in the world, change my mind. 100%... #terminator#terminator2#terminator3#terminator4#terminator5#terminator6#terminatorjudgementday#terminatorriseofthemachines#terminatorsalvation#terminatorsarahconnorchronicles#terminatorgenisys#arnoldschwarzenegger#johnconnor
Before we start, comment your favorite movie from the 80s.
The Terminator is a film from the 80s that is probably one of my favorite movies ever. The movie does so many things right especially with time travel. In movies and tv shows time travel is often confusing since the characters will seemingly reference things that haven’t happened yet that the audience doesn’t know of it and can’t determine it. It almost feels as if they make it up as they go (cough) (cough) The Flash. Back to Terminator, the movie has an excellent story that’s completely original and perfectly ties in with the timeline, the acting is perfect especially with Arnold acting robotic and emotionless. To be honest the one thing I didn’t like was them not building up the side characters and having them die. If we get to know more of these characters then we have an emotional movement when the character dies. I give this movie a panda percent of 99%,needs more emotional connection between audience and side characters
Let's just say I couldn't leave it at merely one pic for the #terminator#collection . No major hate or grave issue with #terminatorsalvation at all, if anything the #extendedcut included is very welcome. I dug the cast, as I'd done with the predecessor: notably the late-Anton Yelchin as a young Kyle Reese. On a personal note: it is the very final #movie I watched with a lifelong mate who passed on in January of 2015. Watching anything like 'Terminator', 'Predator' or 'Alien' isn't the same without im' around.
🎬Terminator: Salvation (2009), starring Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin, Moon Bloodgood, Bryce Dallas Howard, Common, Michael Ironside, and Helena Bonham Carter. Directed by McG
"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."