Terminator: Dark Fate
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Doesn't matter to me that James Cameron is back on board, or that it wipes from continuity every film since T2. Just give it up, already.

(On the upside, Mackenzie Davis looks hot in a tight t-shirt; reminds me of a young Robin Wright.)
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Just stop with this shit. But they will never stop...
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(06-10-2019, 07:03 PM)AussieMan Wrote: Just stop with this shit. But they will never stop...

After the last two films in 2009 & 2015 were barely break even/lose money affairs, the only way they get the message is to keep staying away.

Except for Terminator: Salvation, it's the same goddamn plot every time. Terminator and a protector come back in time, find their target, a large amount of vehicles get stolen and chases ensue, massive property damage, rinse repeat...
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(06-16-2019, 10:25 AM)MightyAdam Wrote:
(06-10-2019, 07:03 PM)AussieMan Wrote: Just stop with this shit. But they will never stop...

After the last two films in 2009 & 2015 were barely break even/lose money affairs, the only way they get the message is to keep staying away.

Except for Terminator: Salvation, it's the same goddamn plot every time. Terminator and a protector come back in time, find their target, a large amount of vehicles get stolen and chases ensue, massive property damage, rinse repeat...

Actually Terminator Genisys wasn't a flop, technically. It flopped in US but made a bank in China. Which is why the newest is co-produced by chinese company Tencent Pictures.
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All of the Terminator series made well over budget. Many didn't make as much as projected. Terminator Salvation had a budget of $200 million, yet grossed $365 Million, and that was the worst profit margin.

I too am tired of watching the same chase movie over and over again. I think they should go ahead and admit the Terminator and Matrix fanchises share the same universe and create a trilogy that bridges the two series together.
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#7
I hear what you are saying, and won't argue your point, but I bet that saying comes from the same Hollywood execs who never reveal what a movie actually costs to make. Remember Peter Jackson's fight with New Line Cinema over LOTR profits? He accused them of cooking the books, and they ultimately settled.
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