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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Very underrated movie. It has some flaws but it's still awesome, with an amazing story continued perfectly. and RIDICULOUS action. lots of great new additions and abilities to the terminators (4 viewings)
I just did not like this movie. The plot wasn't great and the action wasn't as great as the first two movies. It's not as bad as the fifth movie but it's still bad. I just disliked this movie. It isn't good. D
I personally loved T3. just as good as T1. awesome action sequences, some the action scences are the best of the franchise. it was very entertaining from beginning to end. And the T-X, man it would super cool and deadly. But....I do admit that this john chonor is a wack.
A decent third installment to the franchise, while not as good as the previous 2 it corrects some of the errors created by Terminator 2 and closes the time loop so the events of Terminator 1 can happen. And it probably had the best ending out of any Terminator film. I would have been perfecty fine if the series had ended here.
The action is pretty good, and there's actually some fairly interesting character-driven drama. However, it's also filled with hokey dialogue, and it lacks the imagination of the previous films. It's worth watching, though.
This film had potential but the crappy casting makes it feel a bit flat. I also felt the cheesy humour (although slightly funny) didn't fit in with the tone of the previous films. Terminator 2 managed to get away with it but the use of "talk to the hand" twice is probably taking it too far....