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Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines




Gene the Barber

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Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines



I think Terminator 3 is exciting and qualifies as a summer blockbuster. I found it just a little smarter than most of its competition and still managed to kick plenty of you-know-what.

The fast, spine-tingling chase and action scenes tend to grab you with perfect and clever timing, which makes for a hurricane ride of destruction, with Terminator humor and style.


Welcome back to the summer of sequels.

The future of mankind seems a little bleak, so in true sci/fi style, it's time to blow something up.

Yet again, two terminators are sent through time, one to destroy, and one to protect John Connors, and if you think the last terminator was dangerous, wait 'til you see what a woman can do.

Plenty of action, plenty of drama, and loads of suspense.

If Arnold seems a bit tired and his delivery a bit mechanical, remember he's acting like an obsolete cyborg. He is acting, isn't he?

Arnold Schwarzenegger has stayed true to his word. He's back in Terminator 3, set 10 years after the last one ended.

At 55, he looks the same as he did when he won the Mr. Olympia title in the 70's.

Big things happen in Terminator 3, he's back to save the future again and takes on a new Roboblonde model that comes equipped. She's the definition of armed and mechanical. A real nasty new terminator that might be described as a killer Barbie.

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