Anybody notice how much was ripped off from CnC as far as non-terminator bot designs go. Chain-gun arm T-600's (or was that a gun held by a hand); Avatar-esque harvesters, orca-style helio-craft, and even the transports looked like carryall's.
My main 'cheap moment' was how the giant robot and its drop vehicle managed to sneak up on that one house... but once people saw the robot and the drop vehicle, the robot and drop vehicle were super loud.
Well it's obvious that Star knows they're coming before everyone else, because we get a warning from her. And since we don't see how the harvester gets there, we can't really judge if the noise level makes sense. Maybe that carryall thing can drop a harvester from a few thousand feet so nobody hears it coming. Actually, that would be incredibly cool. Anyway, the whole group in the gas station as well as the audience is supposed to be focused on the argument taking place. Hearing huge footsteps would needlessly detract. These are the kinds of decisions real filmmakers have to make knowing that no matter what they do, some guy whose never seen a camera in his life will rag on them on the internet.My main 'cheap moment' was how the giant robot and its drop vehicle managed to sneak up on that one house... but once people saw the robot and the drop vehicle, the robot and drop vehicle were super loud.
Yeah, really. It's not like they spent three movies and two seasons of a television show building him up as the single most badass person who ever lived, or anything.They could have done with less 'getting thrown around by a terminator - and brushing it off' for the John character.
I think only the really big old ones are very heavy. In T3 I think it comes up on the screen that the 850 played by Arnold is only 440lbs. Unarmed 600s probably aren't much more.I thought the same when that scene happened - but then realized that considering these machines must weigh hundreds of tonnes, they'd have to have some stealth/sneak ability. Otherwise, you'd hear any T1 or T-101 coming from miles away.
Cameron in the show is obviously only around 100 pounds since she doesn't really affect vehicle ride height or mattresses or anything very much, and they pick her up a couple times.
That sounds like something you decided.John was a great leader, strategist, organizer, unifier, etc. It's not like he 'punched out' all of the terminators hand to hand.
This is not the word you want.jive
It's your job to lighten up and stop actively trying to disbelieve.It's the film maker's job not to just entertain, but to keep you immersed.
She repairs her left arm at one point and you can pretty much see everything that arm is made of.I was wondering about that at some point. Have there been any images from the series showing deep battle damage? Something depicting construction?
I know. I see your name a couple inches to the left and above where you wrote this. Also, a preset signature is a feature of the message board. Maybe I'll go find everyone who does this and edit their posts to say something that amuses me.-scheherazade
That sounds like something you decided.
This is not the word you want.