How was it? I'm thinking about seeing it tonight.

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It was pretty good, but I was a bit disappointed because I expected a bit more. It's weird because I think I enjoyed Wolverine more simply due to the fact I had such low expectations going in. I had much higher expectations for this film, and thus I was let down a little when it didn't meet them, even though it's a better film.

It's worth seeing in a good theatre due to the great effects, but I doubt I'll be buying it on DVD. The story is rather routine, and the FX will suffer on the small screen.
Thanks, Rich. Last week I had a Terminator marathon and watched all 3 films because it had been a while. I also discovered I had the pilot of the Sarah Connor Chronicles on my ipod that I had downloaded for free almost 2 years ago so I watched that on the plane ride. That show was better than Terminator 3. So I'm ready to see this new film.
"That show was better than Terminator 3"...there's damning with faint praise. :P
I have not seen it. My youngest wanted to see Night at the Museum so I went to see it.
I finally saw Terminator Salvation yesterday on my day off. I liked it it. It was pretty entertaining. I liked the action.
There's one thing that's bugged me since I saw it. It seems that SkyNet is aware of John Connor's eventual rise to power as the leader of resistance and the fact that Kyle plays at least a crucial role in the future. How is this possible unless SkyNet has some form of time travel or time-searching capabilities? And if it already knows that John will bring it down, why didn't it nuke the factory when both Kyle AND John were there?

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