A very charming little movie. Superior writing, directing and animation. An origianal, heart-felt story that will appeal to adults and children alike. Also, nice to see that Ed Asner hasn't lost any of his considerable talent. Christopher Plummer was quite good too.
A somewhat entertaining movie, with a few good laughs. While I wasn't bored, I did find the love angle unbelievable. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds didn't have alot of chemistry, which was the movie's greatest failing.
While the idea behind this movie is a good one, it's undermined by Alison Lohman's poor acting, and the director's decision to go 'gross' instead of 'scary.' The best way to sum up the movie is, 'What might have been.'
Reasonably entertaining movie, but still not up to the standard of the first 2 movies. Poor cinematography, and uninspired action sequences. CGI was decent though, especially the cameo appearance. The movie should have centered more on John Connor than it did.