Terminator Salvation Review



Entertaining action film with wicked, state-of-the-art CGI and cinematography (yes–thank the Director of Photography who was the victim of Bale’s method acting.) And yes, it’s flawed if you really want to overanalyze it. The trailers essentially gave away the structure of the plot. There’s shoddy moments in the acting and script, including some ill-placed references to famous lines of the other films. Bale plays his grumpiest role yet (maybe the thought of another grueling action series wasn’t savory), but his performance is different enough from his Batman role to warrant my admiration. Critics have complained that the movie is too serious and not fun, but what do you expect in an apocalypse with people being hunted by horrific machines? Witty gabs by Scotty have no place here. Alas, the future we got a glimpse of 20+ years ago is here, so strap the seatbelt on and expect some skull crushing.

 Rating: 8/10


2 Responses to “Terminator Salvation Review”

  1. john Says:

    i think you mother fuckers cant really explain what the plot of this movie is.

    • jeredunn Says:

      I NEVER will rehash a film’s plot, because I feel you should go in knowing close to nothing, and between the trailer and a synopsis you know too much already. I’m not into moms right now either.

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