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Terminator Salvation Review

lies the issue with Salvation . It doesn’t need to It neither expands the mythology or any concepts that effect the films. What it does is things up… a lot.

While not a record holder for explosions in a it’s the one lasting memory take away.

Action purely to exist in Salvation . In one audiences are introduced to the Harvester, a metal monster, used to kill and collect humans for a never fully explained the film. As humans make an attempt in vehicles, the Harvester around, shoots a laser, and them up.

When characters Reese (Anton Yelchin) and Wright (Sam Worthington) the same escape, instead of a laser, the Harvester ejects two machines from its legs. leads to a five-minute chase that is neither logical nor

Reese is critical to the plot, but in so, creates a flaw in the timeline. is John Connor’s father. him, Connor (Christian the leader of the human resistance, exist.

The machines track Reese and capture him to lure into the Skynet. Why not kill the moment he’s captured? Why John Connor the chance to Skynet at all?

Wouldn’t Reese eliminate Connor the timeline?

Salvation’s future opens with a complex sequence, one that fails to characters or motivations, but hey, blows up. That becomes an that dominates the entire It is a confusing start, although it lead to an impressive shot of a crash that lasts a or two without an edit.

Fan service, musical choices to one-liners, are Yes, a digital Arnold make an appearance in an overdone usually reserved for rock on a concert stage, but it is admittedly a smile. Sadly, Danny score is sorely lacking, to deliver the themes fans or create new ones that are memorable.

Co-writers John Brancato and Ferris helmed Terminator 3 . it is important to note they gave the world Catwoman . contributions to the series have little, and their concept of a who is still partially human to nothing other than a ending that stretches Terminator believability.

There’s an with the war feeling small as well. While the resistance is they still have and vehicles to spare. All of the battles contained between a few humans and a of machines. Where is the intense off pitting numerous human against a machine armada?

If you’re going to show the war for the time, do not skirt the issue.

The is yet another issue with the that questions why this needed to be told. This is a story, one better suited to TV or a on Fox. In fact, plotlines as this would have perfect if TV series Sarah Chronicles was not cancelled.

No, the massive million fireworks wouldn’t be but they don’t need to be in the place.

Warner delivers an but typically outstanding VC-1 for this fourth sequel. moments are filled with top-tier detail. Fantastic definition reveals individual depth-filling textures, and clearly pores.

The generally muted palette does not dim the impact of scenes, with thick levels maintaining dimensionality, in only one scene around the mark as Marcus walks Reese’s camp. Flesh despite the palette, remain

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Unfortunately, Salvation dips in significantly so the first time the 33-minute marker. Faces are flat, and sharpness takes a Some rather significant is notable at the 46 minutes, a shot above as Marcus is getting out of the Noise is prevalent on multiple shots, particularly bothersome the computer screens in the sub.

these are quick-to-pass issues, but to drop it from perfection.

a powerful, booming DTS-HD mix not, in anyway, disappoint. is a loud, aggressive track, one a constant stream of bullets and The highlight is the giant Harvester bot its thundering footsteps setting off a of bass that is unquestionably and forceful.

Lasers and bullets flying through the rear while the spacious fronts are precise.

Ambient noise is exceptional, the finale inside the Terminator a treat. Hissing pipes and reach all areas of the soundfield, and is captured beautifully, a surround that is accurately pure. roar and punches are brutal.

is an engaging presentation.

Split three discs, Salvation the theatrical and slightly extended director’s cut, which have been released to The third disc is a digital

The theatrical version contains the stuff, including Maximum Mode which lets McG walk onto the film to and discuss specific moments. storyboards, and more are brought up. also extends the running about 10 minutes. “Focus is a section of the disc that brief featurettes, 10 of them in all between two and three minutes

These focus mostly on with plenty of miniature

Reforging the Future is a 19-minute that discusses McG’s although it carries that congratulatory tone that nothing for the viewer. The MotoTerminator to be included just so Ducati get some free advertising, on the creation of these new SkyNet The R-rated edition has BD-Live which will be used for a chat with McG December

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