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Old 04-08-2003, 09:40 AM   #61
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And looks like this will suck a lot also...
He forgot all the existing movies/comics?
Present time... Hiii, someone inside that skull? frist encounter in the future....
Also, how dares he to make it on the antartida? the preds would take the flu and die fristhand...
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Old 04-08-2003, 02:49 PM   #62
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Well, in T3's case, I'm pretty sure they didn't want Claire Danes' character to clash with the sex appeal obviously coming from T-X.
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Old 04-08-2003, 05:09 PM   #63
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effects are very good, movie is not good ( i liked t2 )
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Old 04-08-2003, 05:11 PM   #64
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For the people that are have trouble with T3 have to realize that the whole movie is based on a Paradoxes, The Cyberdine Chip never existed, it tells you in all 3 movies ( The Future is not set) but as far as the Conoer character goes, they could of used the furlong kid.
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Old 06-08-2003, 01:27 AM   #65
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They didn't use Eddy Furlong cos his a junkie.

Did you see the number of the first Terminator: T-8. Terminator 2 has the T-1000. Kinda gives you a scence of the time scale.
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wasnt the first terminator t-1? when she first unzips the thing from the plastic sheeting?

was anyone else really dissapointed that it was a 12A and not an 18 like the others? the lack of death scenes really annoyed me. I mean it's called terminator for pete's sake! damn holywood and they're lets just make money attitude!

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I dunno, it seemed fairly bloody in some parts. Bustin' her arm through the guy's chest and all.

I agree, could have been a bit more of it.
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I thought the movie was well laid out, as cliff hanger’s go, from beginning to end non stop action, but I was amazed to see a lot of people bringing their kids in to see the movie, like 6 or 10 years old, nothing like starting them young to see blood and gore.
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Default i think this is stupid

i mean kids cannot understand 100% thats not real!
their parent having no BRAIN!

its bringing voilence to a normal thing when kids watching it!
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Violence rules.
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Wink right but not for kids

of coarse it does all over he world, its trivial normal to kill and punch

but should not be for kids... easy

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I´m taking my brother to see that one.
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the hand through the gut was cool, but nothing compared to the skewering thru the milk carton in T2

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I will know begin filling plotholes. *pulls out caulk*
1. the reason that nuking the planet didn't wipe out skynet was that it just got into computers all over the world to propagate the "virus" idea and get access to the nukes. it didn't care if our computers were destroyed; as long as it remained in the cpus of the machines it would survive

2. the TX roared because, uhhh, umm... *starts trying to fill up meter wide hole with caulk* ...uhh... she was becoming a dinosaur! lol
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Graphics was fantastic, story was ok but a bit disapointing compared to the first one, but the eye candy was top notch
Cant wait for T4.
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