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Jonathan Mostow

John Brancato
Michael Ferris
Action, Sci-Fi

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Nick Stahl
Claire Danes
Kristanna Loken
David Andrews
Plot Summary
A cybernetic warrior from a post-apocalyptic future travels back in time to protect a 25-year old drifter and his future wife from a most advanced robotic assassin and to ensure they both survive a nuclear attack.
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Review by Chucky
I watched this movie three separate times in theatres. Once by myself, once with a friend of mine and also once with my wife who I was dating at the time. Normally I wouldn't watch a movie that many times in the theatre unless I considered it to be a 10/10 movie, but it was exciting enough to revisit the action scenes that this movie contains.

The two biggest x-factors that I can remember when going into this movie was concerning Arnold's age and having a female play the villain. I am happy to say that both managed to do really well in their roles. Arnold still nailed his role without showing too much age and supplied a good dose of humour without going overboard. Kristanna Loken was also impressive as a bad-ass female cyborg and was just as threatening as the T-1000 from the previous film.

There's plenty of awesome action scenes and the movie manages to continue an intricate plot without convoluting it further so it is easy enough to still follow. While the original Terminator movie is an iconic classic, I find this third entry into the series to be just as exciting as the original. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is an incredibly tough movie to follow, but I think Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines has done that admirably.
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