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Terminator Dark Fate

#1 Post by tonethestone » Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:05 pm

Love the first two T films, the ones that followed are all forgettable especially the god awful Salvation one from McG, even Bale is trying to disown. The new one is a tad better than the those, not a patch on the first 2, but has some ok moments, an ok time at the cinema, some fun but forgettable. 2.5/5
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#2 Post by RickyRaj » Tue Oct 29, 2019 1:24 pm

Watched this yesterday at the Everyman in Canary Wharf. Average 6/10, was expecting a better story as James Cameron co wrote it. Think this franchise has run it's course.
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Re: Terminator Dark Fate

#3 Post by ClarkF123 » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:39 am

One of the worst films I've seen this year.

Thoroughly bored. Prefer RotM

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#4 Post by McG » Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:38 pm

Saw this tonight as an alternative to being at home and having guisers come to the door for Hallowe'en. I can't really make commentcabout this film against previous Terminator films as I can't remember them in detail. I did find the film a rollercoaster of events and just wjen I thought it was reaching a conclusion something else happened.
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#5 Post by thrjfr » Sun Nov 03, 2019 3:39 pm

I enjoyed this film and I liked how hard it was for the Terminator to be defeated. One of the best de-aging I’ve seen in a film too. 7/10

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#6 Post by Moviemad31 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:09 am

I enjoyed it for what it was but hoped for a better storyline with James Cameron involved i'd give it 6/10.

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Re: Terminator Dark Fate

#7 Post by raj101 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 12:23 am

not often bad, but not often good. Nothing really new apart from one action scene. Its just T3 again really but with a schizoid semblance of a path between being a sequel and a reboot, yet being neither well enough.

Linda and Arnie were ok though, the older actors have got better as is usual in these franchises.

Some good fx but crap ones too. They shrunk deaged eddie furlong to tyrion lannister size, looked plain daft.

Am now going to try and work out some way in my head to fit this continuity into the other movies and tv series. no sleep tonight.

you know on reflection, RoTM was better. Franchise is dying fast.
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