LindaHamilton32 - Hello again. I'm aware that the numbers on the airplane's tail are not consistant in each shot, but neither is the number plate on the police car that is used in T2 when escaping from the hospital. Things like this shouldn't be a worry. It's is for me at least. After all, I don't study the number plates in films.
LOL hey thanks guys for your replies. Doctor_Alvis you are very funny lol.
Do you think a narration by Linda Hamilton in T3 would have worked seeing as it was about John?During the cemetary scene i would have liked the famous Sarah polaroid to have made an appearance. I think it would have serviced Sarah more. However i thought the guns in the coffin was a neat touch by the filmmakers. It is so badass. Definitely something Sarah would do.Like John said in T2 - "One thing about my Mum, she always plans ahead"lol.
Although T3 never reaches the heights of the second movie, it is a welcome addition to the Terminator franchise imo.Other than that it is like watching T2 again imo. It feels more like T2.5 than an actual sequel. The only thing new was that Judgement Day happened.Thanks for reading guys. Take care
__________________ "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:
Last edited by LindaHamilton32 on Aug 3rd, 2009 at 11:02 AM