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Terminator Genisys
When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn...  View more >

Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney...  View more >

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Jul 14, 2015
The latest Terminator movie titled "Terminator:Genisys" continues to baffle me with the point that the series has already gone too long with no end in sight. The question I'm asking is Do we need another Terminator movie? The last good Terminator movie came out in 1991 and since then, we've been getting on bad Terminator movie after another.There is a television series that came out in 2008 starring Summer Glau which is better than the last three Terminator movies combind. This new Terminator movie is no exception. The script has holes in it. Plenty of holes. At one point I asked myself, "How many Terminators that went back in the past to kill Sarah Conners? 1? 10? 100? I was confused with the movie. I though the 1984 was a classic and the 1991 was better than the first. since then we got two bad Terminator movies and this one is just as bad. the only good performer is Emilia Clarke from "Games of Thrones." She's the only performer who kept the film together. Arnold Sxhwarzenger is in the film but his one liners didn't help much. And the saddest part of the movie, two more Terminator movies are coming. Either take it as good news or don't.
Jul 19, 2015
I don't really understand the negativity for this movie. Most of the critics say it's bad and I found a website that says it's already the worst movie of the year!? And I say "what the hell, who paid them off to say these things?"

This is a good movie. It kind of ties all of the previous Terminator movies together into this one. In the beginning of this movie, it incorporates some of the original scenes from the first Terminator movies and then ends with this one. It's an action film movie with good special effects and numerous plot twist. I think a lot of people don't like it because they cannot follow all the plot twist regarding the time travel and time lines. This is explained during dialog during the movie, however the people that don't understand this state that there is too much dialog! I suggest they listen to the dialog instead of focusing on the action scenes which present themselves throughout the movie and which these people then complain that's there's too much action!? This is just really stupid in my opinion. Action is action as it is in other movies and now they criticize this movie for action sequences?! This is a good movie! It has a good plot line (although complex), lots of action and has a few comedic lines in it as well.

Truly I think you have to want to hate this movie before you see it not to like it. You will laugh at some of what the critics of this movie have to say if you see it first!.

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