>Although the series began in September 2001, the earliest show in circulation is 10 November 2001.
Do you think earlier recordings are out there somewhere?
I would love to hear the first shows that Ricky and Steve did with Karl.
Surely XFM must have recordings in storage somewhere, right?
>robot gets crushed in a hydraulic press in first movie
>robot gets lowered into molten steel in second movie
>robot sets off a small nuke beside itself in third movie
>it just keeps coming back perfectly fine in the next sequel without any real explanation
Terminator is basically a slasher series.
>without any real explanation
Time travel. And it's a different robot.
I mean...yeah. It rally wasn't ever presented as anything different, the first two in particular are just straight-up "the slasher is coming to get you" movies in sci-fi wrapping.
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I'm not even going to read this; I have no desire to be clickbaited on 4chan of all places. But, that being said, of course these movies follow a pattern. Fuck, I was watching Civil War and I saw the lull, and ran to the bathroom. I knew an explosion was about to happen. A public kind. So I ran to and from the bathroom and made it back just in time for the UN explosion.
To not see the pattern, you'd have to be an illiterate inanimate object.
Was he an android?
No, he was a government project.
Speaking one step removed he was more of an homage to Jason/Freddy type killers who make it a hobby to feign death and then disappear when you take your eyes off them for two seconds.
"I hope they find a friend"
Was it a mistake to make him a Mary Sue instead of an interesting and challenging character? Now he feels like flavor of the month.
Watching his fights was a little draining because I could almost literally see every punch he takes/gives being scrutinised by eight producers as they all gathered around a monitor and discussed whether or not he was allowed to take an uppercut and if it would affect the box office of three other films down the line.
Who should play the new Wolverine (aka X23) now that Huge Jackedman is retiring?
Whats that movie where it starts out with a woman shooting a cow, then a recently divorced guy moves to a city where he has to date someone or something happens to him?
>It’s strange when you think back to getting the part, or going into a room to meet Peter [Jackson] and hoping that you get the role, and looking back on that, and seeing where we are now, and the response that it’s gotten, and how well it seems to have been received. I’m just so thrilled and so grateful to have been a part of it.
>The danger with any movie that does as well as this one does is that the amount of money it’s making, and the number of awards that it’s got becomes almost more important...
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>David Duchovny made a came role on Frasier in 1996 as a caller suffering from frustrating, excessive sexual urges
>2008 he checked into rehab for sex addiction
Anymore like this? Actors who played a character with a certain destructive trait who ended up having that same trait exposed in later life?
OP's a cheeky cunt.
Also Robert Blake played a murderer before.
Wow this movie was surprisingly good
What are some movies to watch when it's 30°C outside?
I love this guy professionally but he could be a legend if he wasn't doing weird shit.