Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby danose on Tue 4/Aug/09 1:31pm

slowMTB wrote:Did they supply complementary children so you would fit in or did you sneak in under the stealth of darkness :ib: :p


no complimentary children - but we had percy, does he count? :p
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby MattV on Tue 4/Aug/09 6:07pm

Oli wrote: Lastly, it annoyed the fuck out of me that they fly out, circle around over the Terminator factory and THEN set off the nuke - shouldn't they have flown as far away as they could first? :crazy:



They were going to detonate it it once they were safe, but Hollywhud said no.
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby slowMTB on Tue 4/Aug/09 6:48pm

danose wrote:
slowMTB wrote:Did they supply complementary children so you would fit in or did you sneak in under the stealth of darkness :ib: :p


no complimentary children - but we had percy, does he count? :p



Ah yes, of course. Did they have a high chair handy :lol:
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby Butch on Tue 4/Aug/09 6:52pm

danose wrote:
slowMTB wrote:Did they supply complementary children so you would fit in or did you sneak in under the stealth of darkness :ib: :p


no complimentary children - but we had percy, does he count? :p


Only as far as ten, after that he has to take his shoes off. ;)
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby happybaboon on Tue 4/Aug/09 6:56pm

Jono wrote:

That looks promising...
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby Tugboat on Tue 4/Aug/09 7:22pm

I loved Terminator Salvation. But then I didn't go it with delusions of expecting a serious, thought provoking plot. I just expected kick ass killer fucking robots which it delivered in bucket loads.

PS... Drag me to hell is shit.
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby happybaboon on Tue 4/Aug/09 7:23pm

Tugboat wrote:PS... Drag me to hell is shit.

Thanks.

I liked the look of inglorieus basteurds (or however it's spelled) better, actually.
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby sherdforlife on Tue 4/Aug/09 7:51pm

happybaboon wrote:
Tugboat wrote:PS... Drag me to hell is shit.

Thanks.

I liked the look of inglorieus basteurds (or however it's spelled) better, actually.


Diane Kruger :love:
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby Simon_K on Tue 4/Aug/09 8:26pm

I'm having my brain removed to watch GI Joe on thursday, then I'll have it refitted for work the next day... :p

DIstrict 9 the following week I think, The newest trailer makes it look a little more interesting
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby XCrazy on Tue 4/Aug/09 8:28pm

In other movie news I can't wait till the 18th of august to see the Avatar trailer. Apparently the movie will "blow our minds", so here is hoping.
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby Simon_K on Tue 4/Aug/09 8:38pm

XCrazy wrote:In other movie news I can't wait till the 18th of august to see the Avatar trailer. Apparently the movie will "blow our minds", so here is hoping.


Hell yes...when I was delivering random things to the studio in Miramar I kept looking for anything interesting. Only saw some Armoured personnel carrier thing, could have been for that or the abandoned Halo project. They had a Warthog parked outside one of the Weta garages a few months back.
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby VERT on Tue 4/Aug/09 10:15pm

happybaboon wrote:
Jono wrote:

That looks promising...



A write up was in the Dom Post about a month ago, they said it was predictable and unoriginal but a good horror flick
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Re: Terminator Salvation

Postby pinkmaggit on Wed 5/Aug/09 10:42am

I thought Terminator Salvation was better than T3, though that wouldn't be hard. HP6 was suprisingly good. I watched Embodiment of evil at the film fest - terrible.
The soloist looks good.
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