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Terminator 6: Dark Fate - Cameron to oversee - November 2019


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As ridiculed as they were when the film was released, the motorbike terminators were actually a decent idea. In those early days following judgment day it made sense for them to repurpose vehicle designs that already existed, and motorbikes are fast and agile. Salvation got a lot of stuff right I thought, particularly the look of the world. The trailer with the Nine Inch Nails track was great.

 

It’s a shame then, that pretty much everything else was garbage.

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On 28/05/2019 at 19:36, OogyBoogy said:

Am I the only one who actually enjoyed Genesys? I mean, it's not the best Terminator movie, but I thought it worked well as an action flick.

 

 

I think it’s amazing, in a so bad it’s good kinda way. It’s complete pulpy trash. 

 

As a result, it really reminds me of the Dark Horse Terminator comics, or the Frank Miller Robocop vs. Terminator ones and how daft they were. 

I strangely find Genesys nostalgic for those days, reading those comics.  

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4 hours ago, deerokus said:

Genesis is one of the worst big budget films I've seen. Appalling film that makes T3 look like something by Werner Herzog in comparison. 

Never mind big budget, it's one of the worst films I've ever seen full stop. This new one will inevitably be absolute shite.

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