Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Terminator 3 was on TV tonight. So I watched it. The first time I watched it, I thought it was rather cheesy. But after watching Michael Bay's Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon last night, I throught Terminator 3 is a lot more reasonable and believable. Whereas Transformers 3 had explosions left and right, where there shouldn't be explosions, Terminator 3 focuses on more realistic destruction.
But I did catch two unrealistic moments. One... in the particle accelerator ring, John Conner and Kate Brewster shouldn't be able to exit the ring without shutting it down. That's because the radiation is dangerous, so there is always a safety cut-off. In the movie, the particle accelerator did not shut down until T-X cut through the ring.
Two... The T-850 model 101 pulls out his second battery pack, stuff it in T-X to destroy it. It had already discarded the first battery pack earlier in the movie. There are only two battery packs in the T-850 model 101. So how is the T-850 model 101 still able to function after pulling out the second battery pack?
Sat, 13 Sep 2014 01:28:42 -0700
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