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Termenator 3

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I have been watching the terminator movies lately and have been thinking what did Cameron think of the 3rd movie. It just seems to me if you watch the first two it has a theme of the future is not set but then the third has a theme of the future is inevatable. So I guess what I am asking did anybody read an article or see an interview with Cameron that gave his thoughts on the third terminator. Thank you.

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The 4th one returns to the "future is not set" thing. However, we went from Judgement Day being postponed to having the T-800 ready several years early. Where is the explanation of the catch-up? You could say that the T-X gave Skynet information about the future that allowed it to develop the T-800 earlier (There was even a deleted scene in T3 about it's development.) but Connor would have anticipated that from his own experiences in T3. Instead he was surprised. We also never saw the "rubber head" Terminators that Reese described in the first movie.

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1 - GOOD

2 - GREAT

3 - OK

4 - BAD

 

My views on the films in short.

 

The 3rd has been hated but I liked it was a neccessary part of the story.

The 4th had all the great fx but I thought the story was a bit lacking..

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