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I May Destroy You
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It’s like watching a season of show you love but instead of watching it in order you see the episodes in random. It tries to play a concept forward that kinda doesn’t make any sense coupled with the fact it tries to juggle new ones all while packing it into a small time window.
It’s a solid 7/10 for me. As a massive Arnold fan it’s nice seeing him always on the screen. However, this movie pays more a fan service to him. In many ways it’s a passing of the baton to a new generation to keep the franchise alive. A lot of it is great with only a small bit feel a bit forced or counter intuitive. The start of the movie let’s you know this not your “parents terminator” but I’m not really sure why. If it was truly James Cameron’s decision, and truly feel it was not, it could be viewed as a sell out move considering his past comments. The new terminator is great in the same way as Robert’s T-1000 was. The new hero played by Mackenzie Davis is much better than expected and props to her. A special nod to Linda Hamilton for still being a believable Sarah Connor after the long hiatus. The only person I’m not 100% convinced by is Natalia Reyes character. I feel someone like Rosa Salazar or Eiza González could have made it more believable. The story is a uses elements from the first and second but twist it in a newer light. Overall don’t become consumed by the negative Nancy’s and Debby downers. Just see the movie and form your own opinion. I think you will leave happy.
It’s a movie that has a lot of potential that’s really would have benefited from a slightly tighter script