Doesn't have the gritty feel of 'Terminator' or the sleek cutting edge of technology look of 'Judgment Day,' but it's a decent addition to the Terminator mythos.
| Original Score: 6.5/10
| Original Score: B+
Basically one long, exciting chase scene.
| Original Score: 4/5
With splashy digital effects and punchy stuntwork, the solid T3 slides along enjoyably, but doesn't have the impeccable story and visual design of the previous entry.
| Original Score: 3/4
Despite a lot of flaws, ultimately left me satisfied...
| Original Score: 4.5/5
T3 does not have the sense of humanity that the two previous films had, but Mostow's focused direction helps get the job done.
| Original Score: B
That Rise of The Machines is a genuinely good, thoughtful action flick has to register as a surprise...
| Original Score: 3/4
From the moment Arnold boots up and gets down to business, T3 is easily the best action film of the summer.
Until the gutsy ending, there doesn’t seem to be much of a reason for this movie to have been made. And damn if it’s not fun to watch.
...entertaining for the moment, exciting, even exhilarating in parts, but ultimately it's an empty exercise in fuss and bother that leaves one strangely dissatisfied.
| Original Score: 7/10
'Mostow logra una cinta llena de acción, con buenos efectos especiales que no decepciona ni al más clavado fanático de la franquicia.'
Easily the most satisfying action film of a year overloaded with disappointing sequels.
| Original Score: 8.5/10
Mostow makes the movie zip, and just because it isn't Deep Thoughts doesn't mean it isn't enjoyable.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
The best popcorn movie of the summer.
It's just darn good fun to see Arnie back in action.
Terminator 3 no está a la altura de sus antecesoras, pero tampoco decepciona del todo. Jonathan Mostow no es James Cameron, pero es un director con muy buen sentido del ritmo y el espectáculo.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines at least delivers on its basic promise - i.e., it's an exciting action film. But the first two installments were truly iconic.
Why these lame-brained machines don't just go back to the frickin' Mayflower and kill humanity's-only-hope's ancestral forebears is never explained; my pencil sharpener's smarter.