Terminator - Salvation (Blu-ray)

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Terminator - Salvation (Blu-ray)

After reinvigorating the world of the Caped Crusader with BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT, Christian Bale turns his talents to an altogether differe...

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“Return To Form!”

published 28/12/2009

ProClassy return to form, set in the future! very wel...

Consshould have been an 18 to be its best!

The first thing to say when reviewing this film is I am a big Terminator fan. I loved Terminator 1 and 2. With Terminator 3, they ruined the franchise, it was rubbish on many levels. Terminator salvation is literally the saviour of the fanchise. In the same way that Casino Royale, Batman Begins...

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Product Information : Terminator - Salvation (Blu-ray)

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After reinvigorating the world of the Caped Crusader with BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT, Christian Bale turns his talents to an altogether different franchise with this fourth film in the TERMINAROR series. The Welsh actor plays John Connor, who joins forces with Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington) to battle Skynet. TERMINATOR SALVATION is directed by McG (CHARLIE'S ANGELS).

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DVD Region: Blu-ray



Main Language: English

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Special Features: 'Maximum Movie Mode' featurette, 'Reforging the Future' featurette, 'The Moto-Terminator' featurette , 'Filmmaking Focus Points' featurette, 'Hydrobots' featurette, 'An Icon Returns' featurette, 'Terminator Factory' featurette, 'Napalm Blast' featurette, MovieIQ

Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen

Sound: Dolby Digital

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Review: McG has sparked a moribund franchise back to life, giving fans the post-apocalyptic action they’ve been craving since they first saw a metal foot crush a human skull two decades ago (Empire, 19/10/2009)<br><br>This is the film TERMINATOR fans have been desperate to see. There's a damn good film here (Sunday Mail, 19/10/2009)<br><br>As in the previous two movies, there is, along with the extreme violence and destruction, a lot of wit in the proceedings (The Observer, 19/10/2009)<br><br>The TERMINATOR story recharges with a post-apocalyptic jolt of energy. Frantic and full of welcome ties to the past, it also ploughs new ground with purpose (Total Film, 19/10/2009)<br><br>Darker, grimmer and more stylistically single-minded than its two relatively giddy predecessors, TERMINATOR SALVATION boasts the kind of singular vision that distinguished the James Cameron original, the full-throttle kinetics of SPEED and an old-fashioned regard for human (and humanoid) heroics (Variety, 19/10/2009)<br><br>


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