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- 2008.Feb.29 / 8pm
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machinesby: BronsonFive • tags: 2000s • feature • free • Terminator • stars: Schwarzenegger
The first review I ever wrote in my life was a review for Terminator 3. My love for T2 is simply indescribable. And even though the original creative party (James Cameron) had nothing to do with it, there was still this glimmer of hope that humanity would spare me another cinematic nightmare.But they didn’t. And my dreams were crushed. Here, in today’s time, listen to James Gregory and I (with special guest bartender Adria Borek) discuss the awfulness that is Rise of the Machines.
This commentary was also made to listen to if either you are watching the film along with it, or not. If you know the movie well enough, you can just listen to it while you work or play. If you do listen to it while watching the film, push play on your DVD player the second you hit play on the player and enjoy.
You know what I love about the future in these movies? What’s that? There’s always something on fire. [laughter] If you’re cold in the future, in a Terminator movie, you’re all right. ‘Cause there’s a fire … everywhere.— Bronson Five,
Terminator 3 @0:04:19
[Movies don't kill innocent bystanders] They do it in Total Recall. … The guy on the escalator? … Gets shot like 80 times. He’s just on his way home to get some Hamburger Helper with the fam.— Bronson Five,
Terminator 3 @0:17:35
There are no black people in this movie. … 1 and 2 had black people. Dude! Terminator 4: the terminator should be black! [laughter] They would never suspect that. Ever.— Bronson Five,
Terminator 3 @0:22:05
At least they’re in that sweet motor home. Yeah. This is like About Schmidt. [laughter] It is. Arnold should put some gnomes on the top of the— He should get some Hummel. [laughter] With his proof-of-purchase certificates.— Bronson Five,
Terminator 3 @1:10:11