Terminator: Salvation gets its first trailer and kicks ass

I must say that this trailer kicks a ton of ass. I am truly excited about this film even with true fanboys complaining of a fourth film. While 3 was terrible, as I think everyone assumed it would be, this movie looks to be a reboot, The Dark Knight style.


Check out the first full trailer here.

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Dec 10, 2008 11:35AM EST

WOW finally we get to see the actual war and i new it was going to be awesome, they couldn't just eave these parts of terminator out because its too much into the story line even with the films and if they truly are "fanboys" then they would know it was alwas left open and never just about the went the nukes went off (judgment day). This film is gonna be epic.

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Dec 10, 2008 12:33PM EST

The upcoming Blockbuster Hit film Terminator: Salvation will be an amazing film, it's James Cameron Terminator masterpiece, for 25 years he waited for this film to come out, I'm sure that his 25 years of waiting won't come out in vain.
McG is just dispensable, when they uploaded the trailer, the name in it should James Cameron, he created this, he's the spielberg of visual effects and cinema innovations
anyway, I believe that this film will aswell beat Steven Spielberg's and Michael Bay's Transformers 2.
this summer the competion will be left pretty much to these 2 films, Terminator and Transformers.
I say it due to the fact that Transformers will be a rip off the first movie, just a few more lines of story and again, lots of special effects.
Terminator however has a different style: it has the usual star system with christian bale (aclaimed actor from the dark knight); plus it's the end game of this 25 years project that James Cameron created, People will want to know how it ends.
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Dec 10, 2008 12:59PM EST

Don't forget about the all popular Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film, that will outsell both of these if you ask me.

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Dec 11, 2008 7:30AM EST

Not quite, you see... Harry Potter had it's best moments with chris columbus as a director (Director of Harry Potter 1 and 2), then chris columbus left, from what I hear the executive producer is a Dumbarse and kicked chris columbus out, trust me, every cinema expert or anyone who understands a bit of cinema knows the Harry Potter Executive Producer is a s***hole at making Films in the Big screen.
Yes the producer may kick the director but that Doesn't happen, Never, only dumbarses do that.
But anyways you can clearly see the difference between Chris Columbus Style and the New guy (a spanish one). It completely sucks, for starters the clothing, in film1 and 2 they always keep it to the storyline by wearing the school clothing, but wait then in film 3, 4 and 5 you can hang out with jeans, t-shirts and I don't know...
It's stupid, if you ask me. The world wide cinema critics pointed out the executive producer of the Harry Potter as, and I quote, "A New guy in the Motion Pictures Industry who does not understand the meaning of visual story telling, plus we have all agreed he is a Douchebag."
To resume all this...
Harry Potter lost it's best artistic moments when chris columbus left.

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Dec 11, 2008 8:47AM EST

Alebit lost its best artistic moments or not this upcoming film in my eyes looks much better than anything I have seen in HP. I have enjoyed all films but this looks great.
It will easily outsell the above movies without a doubt just due in fact to shear numbers of fans.

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Dec 11, 2008 1:25PM EST

Actually, it has recently come to the world wide critics association this:
The Harry Potter Films have been taken under consideration by Mr. David Barron and Mr. David Heyman that the entire films have lost a 35% of total viewers thought out the years since 2001 with the sourceror's stone release.
Meaning, if the statistics are correct next film will have -39% of people that watched the film in 2001.
and that's a huge number of people who are not going to watch it...
if you ask me? I believe the first film was awesome, but then came a second, third and on and on... people get tired and all they want is more and more original and better than anything else.
the ones who won't miss one episode of the Harry Potter Films are the kids who love imagining themselves in Hogwarts and those you can call fans.

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