They used the best CGI artists and the best effects house in the world to bring CGI Arnold to life. They even utilized an advanced new program that was developed for James Cameron's Avatar film to create it.The scene with Arnold was pretty close to the type of cameo i'd envisioned he'd get. I always visioned that we'd have a scene in a factory and there are an infinite number of T-800's being made.Before i saw the movie last night i thought Bale would stumble on to a big assembly line of Arnolds...one would awake and hed have to run away (much like in the movie).Anway what did you think?Thanks
P.S I give TS an average rating of 6/10.Definitely better than Transformers 2 imo.
__________________ "Despite all the action of the Terminator movies, they were actually pretty high-minded. There was really a message there about the human condition, and Terminator 3 had no regard for human life whatsoever." - Linda Hamilton on T3
Me and my good friend Linda Hamilton:
Funnily enough, for all its incredible visual achievements, I didn't think that the 'young' Jeff Bridges in "Tron: Legacy" came off as well as the 'young' Arnold in T4 (although the former did, in fairness, have a hell of a lot more screentime) ...
Ahnold Sez: (From "The Expendables 2"): "My *shoe* is bigger than this cahr!"
I'm happy you said that, I thought the same thing. It did seem very 'computer game' like. But in all fairness, like you said, there were a lot more shots of CG Bridges than Arnold.
Does anyone know why the Model 101 looked more bulky than it did in T1? Was it just a case of trying to make us believe that Arnold was more pumped all those years before, or was this model slightly inhanced?