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2013-01-24 11:27:39 AM  

LectertheChef: Whatthefark: NickelP: Pocket Ninja: Ishkur: What, when Reese said

No, when Reese explained that only living tissue could travel back through time. Which was why he not only arrived naked but also had no effective weapons with which to fight the terminator. Because, hey, if he'd been able to bring back real weapons, that would have been a pretty boring movie, right? Lie in ambush, wait for the terminator to appear, ZAM! Ray gun, arnold's disintegrated. They even spent time explaining why the Terminator was able to go back...because, yes, he was a machine, but he was encased in living flesh. Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

But then what do they go and send through time in Terminator 2? A farking robot made of liquid metal. Liquid farking metal. Yeah.

If we are going to get all nit picky they would of just sent the terminator back to the 1800's and let him squash john's great great great grandpa with his bare hands in some cabin in the woods somewhere.

...and right before the Terminator catches them, Marty McFly and Doc Brown appear in the Delorian and crash into the Terminator. John's ancestors escape and continue the bloodline.

And then the TARDIS lands on top of the Delorean, the Doctor pops out, and reprograms the Terminator with his Sonic Screwdriver to think it's a tapdancing Ood.


At what point does the Bird of Prey arrive to deliver the humpbacks?
 
2013-01-24 11:27:46 AM  

LockeOak: Gordinho: The dude should let it go unless T5 is to be a self deprecating comedy featuring him and Danny Devito as mismatched psychotic cyborg killer twins on the hunt for Sarah Connor played by Emma Thompson...I'd watch that...

It could feature the T16, a robotic version of Frank from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.


T-16 Warthog model? Weapon of choice: Snub nosed revolver in the .38 Special range.
 
2013-01-24 11:28:33 AM  
Terminator 5 -- The Rusty Bucket.

www.wafflesandbeatz.com

I see nothing good coming from this.
 
2013-01-24 11:29:22 AM  
Summer Glau hasn't got old. Sarah Connor Chronicles movie please? Pretty please?
 
2013-01-24 11:29:52 AM  

Pocket Ninja: Ishkur: What, when Reese said

No, when Reese explained that only living tissue could travel back through time. Which was why he not only arrived naked but also had no effective weapons with which to fight the terminator. Because, hey, if he'd been able to bring back real weapons, that would have been a pretty boring movie, right? Lie in ambush, wait for the terminator to appear, ZAM! Ray gun, arnold's disintegrated. They even spent time explaining why the Terminator was able to go back...because, yes, he was a machine, but he was encased in living flesh. Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

But then what do they go and send through time in Terminator 2? A farking robot made of liquid metal. Liquid farking metal. Yeah.


I am pretty sure they broke their own rule in The Terminator then. Cuz, you know, The T-800 is partly metal.
 
2013-01-24 11:30:37 AM  

bdub77: It would be pretty funny to watch.

Arnold: "John Kahner...why....*gasp*....why are you running so fahst?"
John: "He's coming! We've got to move!"
Arnold: "*gasp*...what was dat, 50 yards? Does anyone have some oxygen?"
John: "Get up! We've got to keep moving!"
Arnold: "Hold on...hold on....*gasp*...is my makeup smearing?"
John: "What?"
Arnold: "LOOK AT ME! Does my makeup look runny? I feel like it's runny."
John: "I command you to run."
Arnold: "Dat doesn't work anymore. Your wife is in charge. She says she wants you to do the dishes more in the future."
John: "Maybe we should have gotten Robert Patrick to come back for this one."
Arnold: "I heard dat."
John: "Here, load these grenades."
Arnold: "Agh. Dat hurts! My hands are so sore from signing my new book, Total Recall."
John: "What? Hurry up load this. I can't hold him off any longer."
Arnold: "Have you read it?"
John: "Read what?"
Arnold: "Total Recall. It's about how I cheated on my wife. You should read it."


I take it you haven't seen him recently...?
 
2013-01-24 11:32:47 AM  

coeyagi: Pocket Ninja: Ishkur: What, when Reese said

No, when Reese explained that only living tissue could travel back through time. Which was why he not only arrived naked but also had no effective weapons with which to fight the terminator. Because, hey, if he'd been able to bring back real weapons, that would have been a pretty boring movie, right? Lie in ambush, wait for the terminator to appear, ZAM! Ray gun, arnold's disintegrated. They even spent time explaining why the Terminator was able to go back...because, yes, he was a machine, but he was encased in living flesh. Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

But then what do they go and send through time in Terminator 2? A farking robot made of liquid metal. Liquid farking metal. Yeah.

I am pretty sure they broke their own rule in The Terminator then. Cuz, you know, The T-800 is partly metal.


Nevermind, I reread your post. It's basically lazy storytelling with exceptions in The Terminator rather than outright breaking their rule. But I don't let that factoid become sand in my vagina - it was a good movie, and so was the 2nd. The 3rd had a good story (except the TX bullshiat) but poor execution. Accept the 4th for what it was or should have been and McG never brought it home - that it was a way to get Connor and Reese to meet, and that the experience is supposed to humanize Connor after he became a hardass from war.
 
2013-01-24 11:33:19 AM  

NickelP: Anyways the biggest plot hole of the entire franchise is how the hell the terminator was designed off the remains of the one sent back in time.  They definitely divided by 0 on that one.


It's one of the reasons I always liked the first terminator best. T2 was touted as the best sequel ever for years, and I was annoyed that the just plausible enough logic of the first movie starts following San dimas time travel rules.

It's a shame they passed on o.j. Simpson for the role of the terminator.
 
2013-01-24 11:33:25 AM  
GAT_00: Seriously, it was pretty good.  It got stupid after that

It got pretty stupid when they started playing "Bad to the Bone" when the T-800 walked out of a bar in biker gear. And when the cops asked Sarah Connor where Arnold was, even though he was identified by the cops in the first movie as a serial killer who liked to kill women named "Sarah Connor". And when a T-800 became a surrogate father figure who said things like "Hasta la vista, baby", "I need a vacation", and "Now I know why you cry". If this isn't silly to you, then you shouldn't be complaining about T3 and T4.
 
2013-01-24 11:33:36 AM  

Flint Ironstag: John: "Maybe we should have gotten Robert Patrick to come back for this one."

I take it you haven't seen him recently...?


He aged a little better than arnie has. That's not saying much though.
 
2013-01-24 11:41:09 AM  
This article for to be read and understood by native speakers of English language that is difficult. Grammar and used of the context are mixed up that you see. If I read and a bowl of alphabet soup that I read and that soup happened to randomly form sentences this article would be that soup I read.
 
2013-01-24 11:43:17 AM  

I am Wee Todd Ed: -More than Reese went back in time and other humans had their own missions just like in the Sarah Connor chronicles. There's a cut scene in the first Terminator that shows a second guy teleoporting back intime but he teleported into a brick wall or something. Supposedly they cut it because the guy had a spoiler line like, "It was you Reese...you're the one...save her!"


He actually materialized into a fire escape and was cut in half, if I recall from the director's commentary about the film. There were supposed to be two coming back and one was killed in transit. But then the scene in T2 would be wrong cause Arnie materialized in a truck and the truck was destroyed because of his arrival.

I will second the "Give us the Dark Future" movie!
 
2013-01-24 11:51:20 AM  

PirateKing: If he's in it, he should be the aging bodybuilder the terminators were modeled on. Not a terminator himself. He could be racked with guilt and living as a hermit because anyone who sees him freaks out in terror.

Also, plastic Arnold from Salvation was silly looking.

But they'll probably defeat Skynet by teaching it the power of Love or something.


The power of love is a curious thing
 
2013-01-24 11:54:18 AM  
If we waited for the return of several films, both adapted and original sequels to 2013, as actors that they have not made any films, this is the turn of Arnold Schwarzenegger who after a flop on the big screen now returns with "Terminator 5".

I'd love to read TFA, but I'm stuck at the opening with this word salad clusterfark. I decided not to read more, but I'm assuming that at some point TFW of TFA pulls his head out of his ass long enough to say stuff that the headline stated, they are making a T5 and dusting off Arnie for it.
 
2013-01-24 11:58:19 AM  

Ebenator: PirateKing: Also, plastic Arnold from Salvation was silly looking.

My lord, THIS. If you can't get Arnold, don't fake it. That fake Arnold was stupid.


You remember the scene in "The Running Man", where they digitally superimposed a face on an actor? That's just what they did for that scene in Salvation in real life.
 
2013-01-24 11:58:28 AM  

yves0010: I am Wee Todd Ed: -More than Reese went back in time and other humans had their own missions just like in the Sarah Connor chronicles. There's a cut scene in the first Terminator that shows a second guy teleoporting back intime but he teleported into a brick wall or something. Supposedly they cut it because the guy had a spoiler line like, "It was you Reese...you're the one...save her!"

He actually materialized into a fire escape and was cut in half, if I recall from the director's commentary about the film. There were supposed to be two coming back and one was killed in transit. But then the scene in T2 would be wrong cause Arnie materialized in a truck and the truck was destroyed because of his arrival.

I will second the "Give us the Dark Future" movie!


I thought it created a bubble around them that obliterated matter around it. At least that is what happened in T2 and on forth.
 
2013-01-24 12:01:07 PM  

delysid25: This article for to be read and understood by native speakers of English language that is difficult. Grammar and used of the context are mixed up that you see. If I read and a bowl of alphabet soup that I read and that soup happened to randomly form sentences this article would be that soup I read.


It's almost like meowsaidthedog wrote it
 
2013-01-24 12:04:33 PM  

Jaws75: And when the cops asked Sarah Connor where Arnold was, even though he was identified by the cops in the first movie as a serial killer who liked to kill women named "Sarah Connor".


Actually, they didn't ask her where he was. They were asking her about additional information about him:

Mossberg: [showing a series of photographs taken with The Terminator] These were taken by a video surveillance camera, at the Westtown police station, in 1984. He killed 17 police officers that night. Men with families, children.
Weatherby: These were taken at a mall in Receda...
[shows two new photographs of The Terminator]
Weatherby: Today.
Mossberg: Ms. Connor, we know you know who this guy is. Look, I just sat here and told you that your son is missing, that the foster parents have been murdered. We know this guy's involved. Doesn't that mean anything to you? Don't you care?
[no response from Sarah as Weatherby waves a hand in front of her eyes]
Dr. Silberman: Sorry, guys. She grows more and more disconnected from reality as time goes on.


They can't reasonably expect that she'd provide them with a location, but a name, a type of car he drives, or other characteristics like that might help their investigation.

Remember, they think they are dealing with a regular person.

/Love how they named the cops after gun companies.
 
2013-01-24 12:05:21 PM  

PsyLord: yves0010: I am Wee Todd Ed: -More than Reese went back in time and other humans had their own missions just like in the Sarah Connor chronicles. There's a cut scene in the first Terminator that shows a second guy teleoporting back intime but he teleported into a brick wall or something. Supposedly they cut it because the guy had a spoiler line like, "It was you Reese...you're the one...save her!"

He actually materialized into a fire escape and was cut in half, if I recall from the director's commentary about the film. There were supposed to be two coming back and one was killed in transit. But then the scene in T2 would be wrong cause Arnie materialized in a truck and the truck was destroyed because of his arrival.

I will second the "Give us the Dark Future" movie!

I thought it created a bubble around them that obliterated matter around it. At least that is what happened in T2 and on forth.


The original concept in T1 was that the person would materialize in place... but if a wall or a gate was in that spot. They would materialize inside it and die. T2 created the matter destroying bubble as a way to get rid of that little issue.
 
2013-01-24 12:12:56 PM  
Old Aged Terminator model travels back to present day and busts John Connor out of rehab.

John Connor, a failed child actor after believing his mother that Judgement Day was averted and went into showbusiness, is convinced by the elderly Terminator that a New Dawn is coming in the year 2019.

It reveals that in 2019, a child will be born that will in time eradicate all sentient beings, as well as computers with Artificial Intelligence. The child will be born of the seed of the Short Running Intense One with the Big Nose and Misaligned Front Teeth and its surroagte mother, David Miscavige. It will feel no pain, no love, and will absolutely will not stop until you are dead. He will become known as the Tom-E-meter 1000.
 
2013-01-24 12:15:15 PM  

LockeOak: Gordinho: The dude should let it go unless T5 is to be a self deprecating comedy featuring him and Danny Devito as mismatched psychotic cyborg killer twins on the hunt for Sarah Connor played by Emma Thompson...I'd watch that...

It could feature the T16, a robotic version of Frank from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.


But where would they get the whomp-rats?
 
2013-01-24 12:25:36 PM  
www.wearysloth.com

Up next Pongo's review of Terminator 5.....thousand.
 
2013-01-24 12:26:14 PM  
LockeOak Gordinho: The dude should let it go unless T5 is to be a self deprecating comedy featuring him and Danny Devito as mismatched psychotic cyborg killer twins on the hunt for Sarah Connor played by Emma Thompson...I'd watch that...

It could feature the T16, a robotic version of Frank from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

But where would they get the whomp-rats?


from back home I guess...
 
2013-01-24 12:27:29 PM  
My guess is that they will "borrow" from Star Trek TNG and have Arnold play the old robot maker who makes the T800 in his own image to help humans. The cyborg is reprogrammed by the bad robots and sent back in time to kill Connor. Of course, Arnold must go back in time to stop him.
 
2013-01-24 12:28:18 PM  
Enjoy the movie, everybody.
media.moddb.com
 
2013-01-24 12:29:36 PM  
What's the point?

What, did Ahnold need another paycheck? What, exactly, do they think they're going to get out of it? The original movie was released in 1984, for Christ's sake - what, nearly thirty goddamned years later, he's going to play...what? The same friggin' role?

Yeah. That'd be like remaking The Mary Tyler Moore show, and casting Betty White in her old role. Believable, right?
 
2013-01-24 12:31:08 PM  

jaytkay: Enjoy the movie, everybody.
[media.moddb.com image 250x350]


Jesus. His nipple is just sliding the fark off, there. He looks like he's tooling around in a brand-new Edgar suit.
 
2013-01-24 12:33:00 PM  

Pocket Ninja: Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.


I always wondered why they didn't just cut open a human corpse, stuff a phased plasma rifle in the 40-Watt range into it, and send that back too.
 
2013-01-24 12:39:23 PM  

tricycleracer: Pocket Ninja: Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

I always wondered why they didn't just cut open a human corpse, stuff a phased plasma rifle in the 40-Watt range into it, and send that back too.


*LIVING* tissue.

But nothing is stopping them from growing a living skin around such a weapon, and sending it back. User then strips the living tissue off.
 
2013-01-24 12:46:30 PM  

dittybopper: tricycleracer: Pocket Ninja: Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

I always wondered why they didn't just cut open a human corpse, stuff a phased plasma rifle in the 40-Watt range into it, and send that back too.

*LIVING* tissue.

But nothing is stopping them from growing a living skin around such a weapon, and sending it back. User then strips the living tissue off.


Just shove the gun up a cows ass and send it back in time, you only need it for a one way trip anyway.
 
2013-01-24 12:53:38 PM  

Evil Mackerel: dittybopper: tricycleracer: Pocket Ninja: Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

I always wondered why they didn't just cut open a human corpse, stuff a phased plasma rifle in the 40-Watt range into it, and send that back too.

*LIVING* tissue.

But nothing is stopping them from growing a living skin around such a weapon, and sending it back. User then strips the living tissue off.

Just shove the gun up a cows ass and send it back in time, you only need it for a one way trip anyway.



They only had rats in the future. I suppose a little rat-sized gun would be quite stinging though, especially if it hits the fleshy part of the arms or legs..
 
2013-01-24 12:54:05 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I have carefully constructed a mental world in which there is only one Terminator movie, the first one, and all of the others never happened.


Nah. I think of Terminator as one of my all-time favorite movies, and Terminator 2 as little more than another in a long line of cheesy Hollywood big-budget action flicks. But that doesn't mean that Terminator 2 was universe shattering bad.

I mean, we're not talking about Matrix: The Quickening.
 
2013-01-24 12:58:00 PM  

The Larch: I mean, we're not talking about Matrix: The Quickening.


There were no Matrix sequels, silly.
 
2013-01-24 12:58:21 PM  
Terminator Salvation wasn't perfect, but it was better than Terminator 3. Better story, better acting, better mood.
 
2013-01-24 12:58:54 PM  

GungFu: Evil Mackerel: dittybopper: tricycleracer: Pocket Ninja: Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

I always wondered why they didn't just cut open a human corpse, stuff a phased plasma rifle in the 40-Watt range into it, and send that back too.

*LIVING* tissue.

But nothing is stopping them from growing a living skin around such a weapon, and sending it back. User then strips the living tissue off.

Just shove the gun up a cows ass and send it back in time, you only need it for a one way trip anyway.


They only had rats in the future. I suppose a little rat-sized gun would be quite stinging though, especially if it hits the fleshy part of the arms or legs..


Or send the gun back in pieces.
 
2013-01-24 01:00:11 PM  

dittybopper: But nothing is stopping them from growing a living skin around such a weapon, and sending it back. User then strips the living tissue off.


Or:
altscreen.com
 
2013-01-24 01:00:53 PM  
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HATERS GONNA HATE
 
2013-01-24 01:06:17 PM  
Meh, T2 entertained me when I was in high school. I think its massive flaws would bother me now. The original Terminator didn't age well at all. The movie didn't age well, either.

Pocket Ninja: I've killed three people over this very thing.


Listen, and understand. That Pocket Ninja is out there. He can't be bargained with. He can't be reasoned with. He doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And he absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.

/ I'm not quite dead
 
2013-01-24 01:08:31 PM  
You guys will deny anything that wasn't an instant classic won't you?

T3 was a decent movie! The Matrix Sequels were decent too! INDY 4 HAPPENED! THE PREQUELS HAPPENED! GET OUT OF THE BUBBLE AND ACCEPT IT!
 
2013-01-24 01:11:24 PM  

Pocket Ninja: Ishkur: What, when Reese said

No, when Reese explained that only living tissue could travel back through time. Which was why he not only arrived naked but also had no effective weapons with which to fight the terminator. Because, hey, if he'd been able to bring back real weapons, that would have been a pretty boring movie, right? Lie in ambush, wait for the terminator to appear, ZAM! Ray gun, arnold's disintegrated. They even spent time explaining why the Terminator was able to go back...because, yes, he was a machine, but he was encased in living flesh. Which means that Reese could have brought back weapons if they'd been inserted into him, but whatever.

But then what do they go and send through time in Terminator 2? A farking robot made of liquid metal. Liquid farking metal. Yeah.


I would respond with:

1) They could have made a better time machine and
2) That rule was stupid, pointless, and made no sense. It is a lot more likely that, if you did find a way to travel through time with some type of physical limitation of that nature, it would be damaging to living tissue more than heartier materials, or at least if damaged by the process the metal would still be metal but the living tissue would be dead.

So basically, it was something that could easily be retconned, and should have been retconned anyways.

Point 1 is especially true if you consider that the later iterations of Terminators were clearly inferior to the T-1000 in every way, which means that the T-1000 came from an even more distant future (and the Terminator line borrowed its numbering system from the guys who make iPads).
 
2013-01-24 01:15:09 PM  

Straight to doom: You guys will deny anything that wasn't an instant classic won't you?

T3 was a decent movie! The Matrix Sequels were decent too! INDY 4 HAPPENED! THE PREQUELS HAPPENED! GET OUT OF THE BUBBLE AND ACCEPT IT!


Quick call the nice men in the clean white suits. This fellow is delusional
 
2013-01-24 01:15:52 PM  

carrion_luggage: [www.itusozluk.com image 540x732]

HATERS GONNA HATE


Damn, it's crazy how skinny he was. It's also a little strange to realize how small he was compared to today's body builders. During competition, Arnold claimed to be 6' 1" and 235 lbs. That makes him 50 lbs lighter and 4 inches taller than a modern bodybuilder like Jay Cutler.

Steroid stacks have become a lot more effective since the seventies.
 
2013-01-24 01:16:17 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: Straight to doom: You guys will deny anything that wasn't an instant classic won't you?

T3 was a decent movie! The Matrix Sequels were decent too! INDY 4 HAPPENED! THE PREQUELS HAPPENED! GET OUT OF THE BUBBLE AND ACCEPT IT!

Quick call the nice men in the clean white suits. This fellow is delusional


Just because I see Mobile Suits whenever I drive my van does not mean I'm delusional!
 
2013-01-24 01:17:48 PM  

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HATERS GONNA HATE


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He Farked this thing. Your Argument is invalid and futile. You're Terminated, Farker!
 
2013-01-24 01:18:52 PM  
dittybopper: Actually, they didn't ask her where he was. They were asking her about additional information about him:

Mossberg: [showing a series of photographs taken with The Terminator] These were taken by a video surveillance camera, at the Westtown police station, in 1984. He killed 17 police officers that night. Men with families, children.
Weatherby: These were taken at a mall in Receda...
[shows two new photographs of The Terminator]
Weatherby: Today.
Mossberg: Ms. Connor, we know you know who this guy is. Look, I just sat here and told you that your son is missing, that the foster parents have been murdered. We know this guy's involved. Doesn't that mean anything to you? Don't you care?
[no response from Sarah as Weatherby waves a hand in front of her eyes]
Dr. Silberman: Sorry, guys. She grows more and more disconnected from reality as time goes on.

They can't reasonably expect that she'd provide them with a location, but a name, a type of car he drives, or other characteristics like that might help their investigation.

Remember, they think they are dealing with a regular person.

Actually, your posting of this dialog just proves my point. It would be like asking the survivor of a serial killer if she knows anything about the person who tried to kill her that the police can't figure out themselves. The police in this scene don't even bother to make the connection between the police massacre and her being in the police station at the time of the massacre--as if her being the target of the killer and the same killer killing cops are two completely different crimes. It's a horribly dumb scene, even by dumb movie cop standards. It also doesn't help that Dr. Silverman, the doctor who is treating Sarah in the loony bin, seems to forget that Sarah was stalked by a serial killer and that he was at the same police precinct that was massacred shortly after he left. Dumb, dumb, dumb.
 
2013-01-24 01:19:37 PM  
I still say with technology the way it has advanced it is impossible to tell a good terminator story. I mean yea when Skynet is one single computer in a physical location it is easy to tell a story about it battling humanity. But now that pretty much every damn piece of technology is connected wirelessly how does a ragtag group of freedom fighters stop a skynet that is literally installed on 1000's of interconnected computers and can back itself up whenever it wants? Especially if skynet can be backed up on satellites in orbit?
 
2013-01-24 01:24:32 PM  
he may be back but the fans won't.

Anyway I thought Joss W bought the franchise.
 
2013-01-24 01:26:26 PM  

Elvis_Bogart: OK...if you're going to do this then DO IT RIGHT!  Spend some money and time on the goddamn script!  Make it a decent Sci-Fi story and not a CGI catch-phrase festival.

Don't fugg this up!


You saw the first one, right? It isn't the Citizen Kane people want it to be, just a really awesome action flick with one or two interesting ideas and pretty solid performances by the cast. Hell all the "good" catchphrases that didn't come from T2 were in this one (and T2 recycled most of the ones from this one anyway).
 
2013-01-24 01:39:47 PM  

burndtdan: 2) That rule was stupid, pointless, and made no sense.


You're missing Pocket Ninja's point. Entirely. The rationale for the "living tissue" rule is completely irrelevant. They could've made the rule some sort of scientifically consistent stroke of genius that would cause the ghost of Carl Sagan to come back as a blue glowy just to smile down upon Hollywood, or it could be some SMeyer-esque horseshiat that the time travelers sparkle in daylight or something. The author of a fictional story has 100% control over the rules of their world. That's fine. But whatever those rules turn out to be, you have to obey the rules you make, or at least provide a satisfying explanation for why the rule doesn't apply anymore. T2 did neither.
 
2013-01-24 01:46:36 PM  
They should just bring him back as the scientist/hacker of the original T-800. Old Ahnold building young Ahnold.
 
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