Terminator - The Trilogy (four disc edition) [DVD]
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Classic sci-fi trilogy. In 'The Terminator' (1984), directed by James Cameron, a humanoid cyborg from a future dominated by machines (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent back in time to kill the mother (Linda Hamilton) of the as-yet-unborn rebel leader John Connor. Meanwhile, the rebels also select an agent (Michael Biehn) to travel back in time and stop the Terminator, thereby ensuring that events follow their pre-ordained course. In the sequel, 'Terminator 2 - Judgement Day' (1991), young John Connor (Edward Furlong), the future leader of a human rebellion in a machine-dominated world, is under threat from the new T-1000 Terminator (Robert Patrick) - an improved, virtually unkillable model. The adult John sends a copy of the original Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) back in time, this time to protect the boy and his mother, Sarah (Linda Hamilton). As the battle of the behemoths begins, those on the side of good realise that they can alter the future enough to stop the slaughter on 'Judgement Day' when the computers commenced Armageddon. 'Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines' (2003) sees the return of the Terminator but this time with a new director and cast. Ten years on from the last sequel, John Connor (Nick Stahl) is living on the streets and his mother, Sarah, is long dead. Their efforts to prevent Judgement Day were futile, although Connor does not know this, and once again he is the target of Terminators from the future. This time his enemy is female (Kristianna Loken) and is even more powerful that her predecessors. However, the resistance sends another robot (Arnold Schwarzenegger) back from the future to help keep Connor, and his future wife, alive.
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Part 2 'Judgement Day', is a high-octane rollercoaster of a movie; with the new improved T-1000 and an ambiguous role for the original cyborg, the film had a bigger budget, and it showed. With great special effects and a decent script, this is the more powerful and less rough around the edges big brother to the first movie.
Terminator 3 polarised critics when it was released in 2003. Personally I loved the tongue-in-cheek feel, as well as the deliciously wicked and amazingly sexy 'terminatrix'.
A smashing collection of highly entertaining 'popcorn movies', superb.
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