I have an idea, Skynet sends a Terminator(played by Carrot Top) back to 1964 on a mission to kill Sarah Conner's mother(played by Kristen Stewart) and future John Conner(played by Bruce Willis) manages to send himself back too with the mission of protecting his grandmother but he ends up falling in love with his grandmother and f***s her, thereby becoming his own grandfather.
Sounds epic, I'm writing the screen-play this weekend.
Nah. These movies succeed when there is a vulnerable main character. In part 1, Sarah was vulnerable. In part 2, John was vulnerable. Unfortunately in part 3 and 4, John Connor was pretty competent, and that was a big part IMO of what hurt those movies.
Greg Oden: The future of the Blazers. The future of the NBA.
Is it strange that I really like number 3? I know it's bad, but I just like it. I thought John Connor in that one was very likable, and the ending was pretty cool. Salvation sucked monkey t*ts... in many ways. Not the least of which was that Bale made an extremely unpleasant John Connor.
I don't get why they are so stuck on a director, who cares about Justin Li. Fast Five would have still raked in the dough without him because girls get wet watching Vin Diesel and Paul Walker Sam/Frodo'ing each other with suggestive gazes. While the male contingent of the viewing demographic was busy eye humping the cars and explosions, and **** and ass. Forget Li and focus on hiring really good writers who know a little bit about the story and know how to create something new with something old and borrowed. As for Arnold being in the movie, nobody said he was playing a Terminator yet did they! So STFU.
Because Arnie wasn't in it! That's why... Nah, but seriously. Yeah, Salvation blew donkey dick. I thought it was atrocious. Not that Rise of the Machines was perfect either, but at least John Connor was likeable and it was fun. Salvation just sucked all around.
You know, I don't understand why so many people have a problem with Justin Long... what's so bad about him? I mean, aside from being sort of boring, he's inoffensive to me..