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Are you interested in seeing Terminator: Dark Fate in theaters?

Yes 12 24.49%
 
Yes, but only if it's rated R 6 12.24%
 
No 26 53.06%
 
Maybe 5 10.20%
 
Total:49

I lost interest in the series after Genisys, which wasn't a terrible movie on its own standing, but felt like a huge slap in the face to anyone who watched the previous movies.



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If it comes to Netflix/Amazon Prime, definitely!

I don't do the whole cinema thing though. I've no interest in paying more for an inferior experience, so until it's watchable through my PS4 I won't be watching it. Ideally it would be on Netflix/Amazon, but if it's cheap (like ¥100) then I'd consider renting it from PSN as well.



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Yes.

Love Terminator and cant be as bad as going to the theater to watch Terminator Salvation



    

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Probably, but not in the theater. If it comes to Netflix or whatever. The first two Terminator movies are obviously timeless classics, but the other three are fine as well, with Terminator 3 being easily the best of those. I liked the last one, Genisys, decently enough though I think it does mess up the timeline.



I'm not exactly the biggest Terminator fan in the world, but, for reference, I hadn't even heard about this one.



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SvennoJ said:
I did not enjoy Deadpool, no endorsement there. Linda Hamilton coming back also rules out the only thing that could still be interesting, going further back in the past.

No, they royally fucked that up in Genisys, essentially wiping out the only 2 GOOD Terminator movies from the timeline (T1 and T2). Fuck that noise.

And who wouldn't want to see a hardened Sarah Connor post-T2?



Bristow9091 said:
COKTOE said:

That's disgusting.

It really is... like, so fucking disgusting. RoboCop made $242.7m, whereas Dredd only made $41.5m... things like this confuse me. :(

It is disgusting, but if you factor in theater take plus advertising costs, it only made roughly $121.35m for the studio on a total budget of $150m, so it was still a flop. And Expendables 3 thankfully made less than the first 2 movies after Lionsgate neutered it to get a PG-13 rating, which is kinda surprising since they make their lion's share of R-rated films (pun intended).

When will studios learn that watering down R-rated franchises (or movies that should be rated R) NEVER works? AVP 1, Terminator 4 and 5, Prom Night remake, Spawn, Scary Movie 3 and 4, World War Z (yes, it sucked, shoot me), RoboCop 2014, Expendables 3, etc., all shitty movies IMO, most of them flops (thank God). GoodBadFlicks made a great vid on the subject (best bit starts at the 6:57 mark):

They're thankfully making a new RoboCop directed by Neill Blomkamp, also in the vein of Halloween that ignores all the other sequels, that's getting the hard R treatment, though.

Last edited by KManX89 - on 04 May 2019

Not at the cinema, but I will when it's on streaming platforms/Blu-ray.



KManX89 said:
Bristow9091 said:

It really is... like, so fucking disgusting. RoboCop made $242.7m, whereas Dredd only made $41.5m... things like this confuse me. :(

It is disgusting, but if you factor in theater take plus advertising costs, it only made roughly $121.35m for the studio on a total budget of $150m, so it was still a flop. And Expendables 3 thankfully made less than the first 2 movies after Lionsgate neutered it to get a PG-13 rating, which is kinda surprising since they make their lion's share of R-rated films (pun intended).

When will studios learn that watering down R-rated franchises (or movies that should be rated R) NEVER works? AVP 1, Terminator 4 and 5, Prom Night remake, Spawn, Scary Movie 3 and 4, World War Z (yes, it sucked, shoot me), RoboCop 2014, Expendables 3, etc., all shitty movies IMO, most of them flops (thank God). GoodBadFlicks made a great vid on the subject (best bit starts at the 6:57 mark):

They're thankfully making a new RoboCop directed by Neill Blomkamp, also in the vein of Halloween that ignores all the other sequels, that's getting the hard R treatment, though.

Oh yeah I know about that, I mentioned it in an earlier comment... he's got a pretty good track record by me, so I'm looking forward to what he has to offer



KManX89 said:
SvennoJ said:
I did not enjoy Deadpool, no endorsement there. Linda Hamilton coming back also rules out the only thing that could still be interesting, going further back in the past.

No, they royally fucked that up in Genisys, essentially wiping out the only 2 GOOD Terminator movies from the timeline (T1 and T2). Fuck that noise.

And who wouldn't want to see a hardened Sarah Connor post-T2?

She's 62 now. Hardened grannie, no thanks. The problem with setting it in the future is that the terminators aren't all that scary with futuristic weapons at the hero's disposal. How do you defeat a Terminator in the 50's going after Sarah's parents.

I haven't seen Genisys.