I don't know much about the new Terminator, but I do remember when I saw T2, Arnold lost his arm in the gears of one of the machines. I remember thinking when he went into the metal, "Hey, he left his arm behind. That's exactly what happened before. His sacrifice means nothing!" Apparently, I was right.
Originally posted by Freeway420Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Worst Movie Ever.
I'm not about to put CA:FT below the American Idol movie, but for a fun, popcorn movie like Full Throttle, I sure was confused about the plot most of the time. I was forced to turn my brain off just because it hurt to think about the tripe. (Or maybe it was the overpriced candy that clouded my grey matter.)
(edited by Torchslasher on 2.7.03 0637) Molly over Trish on Heat? WWE, you're the best. And don't let anybody tell you any different.
TS, the greatest Wiener rated 6.4912 ever to live!! Oops, I mean 5.5...4.5?? Oh, dammit! I guess Notorious FAB was right.
And yeah, I don't care how good the first two were, Terminator 3 should have come out LOOOONG AGO. Not now.
I think everything one needs to know about Terminator 3 can be summed up thusly:
Edward Furlong turned the movie down.
Like Rikidozan said, Furlong got replaced thanks to his continued drug abuse. I didn't miss him a bit. I've always thought he was overrated anyway. Nick Stahl does a better job than Furlong could have done, in my opinion.
Oh, yeah, the movie rocked hardcore. No Razzie for T3!
I thought the ghosts were explained pretty well. Supernatural phenomenon (ghosts, werewolves, vampires, etc.) were all glitches in the Matrix program, and became "independant programs" trying to assert themselves, not unlike Neo himself.
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Q: If you could have one superpower -- the strength of 100 men, invisibility, or the ability to fly -- which would you choose and why?
Michael Vick: Oh man, invisibility. If I was in a bad situation or something or I said something or you know, caught with two girls I could just disappear. I could be gone just like that -- no trouble.
"I don't understand the creative process. Actually, I make a concerted effort not to understand it. I don't know what it is or how it works but I am terrified that one green morning it will decide not to work anymore, so I have always given it as wide a bypass as possible."-- William Goldman