Sunday, March 28, 2010
okay so maybe making more movie makes a little bit of sense despite the end of T2. but how they carried it out was wrong.
they say that john was attacked the first time when the was 13 when he was actually 10. and they even add that he actually kissed a girl at one point before the events of T2. which just makes the timeline to the movie all the more messed up.
now it makes sense to make the T-X a little more unique and more powerful than the T-1000 and even being a girl works a little. but i don't get to much of it because...well i can't really explain it but they make it look like the T-X is the only T-X made like ever which is kinda lame. i mean a little helpful for the resistance in the future but still lame. Plus it's not really all that invincible if you think about it. I mean she's somewhat a mixture of the T-800 and the T-1000. and what's bad is the T-800 half which technically makes her vulnerable in how she's more of a solid object rather than totally liquid which is what makes the T-1000 so hard to kill. I mean that's the advantage they used to damage her plasma gun and then later makes the T-850 able to hold her down so he can destroy her with it's fuel cell.
the sound effects were actually really bad. i mean i heard a gun shot in the sound of the time traveling TWICE. and i could've sworn i heard a jaguar or tiger or something when the T-X's truck crashed.
the plot was a little okay in term of how they set things up for the future to happen anyway and have the new character Kate while at it. but they still had things totally mixed up all around.
And that's my review for Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines