Terminator Genisys (2015)
The year is 2029. John Connor, leader of the resistance continues the war against the machines. At the Los Angeles offensive, John's fears of the unknown future begin to emerge when TECOM spies reveal a new plot by SkyNet that will attack him from both fronts; past and future, and will ultimately change warfare forever.
This is a great history and Arnold is back in the mood as we know him. Hopefully he will make more Terminator movies in the future.
Visually a great treat for the eyes, which is essentially summarizing the entirety of the movie.I wasn't much fan of the re-writing of the entire storyline that was built up throughout the previous movies in the "Terminator" franchise. It was just respectless to just take the entire franchise and storyline as remold it into this mess of a storyline.Arnold Schwarzenegger did a good job in reprising his role, and Byung-hun Lee was phenomenal as a T-1000. But it was downright ridiculous that they recast Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese. And lets be honest as neither Emilia Clarke or Jai Courtney were up to the task, not even close to it.Watch this movie for entertainment value only and disregard it entirely as a proper entry to the "Terminator" franchise. Think of it as a 'what if...' approach to the franchise.
Sequences so bland, they will make you roll your eyes, plot so bad it'll make you vomit, pacing will put you to sleep. Though, it's always fun to see Arnold Schwarzenegger back in a movie so...and also it does bring back nostalgia to when the Terminator series was good. So it's not a FULL out atrocity.
But it was terrible. Didn't keep my attention, didn't make sense. The critics are right on this one.T1 was good, T2 was great, T3 was OK, the rest are all trash, including this.