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On the Blu-ray disc
The director's cut is a mere three minutes longer than the theatrical cut. Many of these additions are just a few seconds of extra violence (e.g., a knife thrust into a body then pulled out), but there are a few more-substantial sequences: A longer conversation in Resistance Command Headquarters; a brief topless scene by Moon Bloodgood when her Blair Williams character and Sam Worthington's Marcus return to her base (reminiscent of Kelly McGillis and Harrison Ford in Witness); an extended conversation between those two characters afterward (Blair: "You can focus on what you've lost or you can fight for what's left"); and a longer radio address by John Connor in which he mentions his mother. Even though it's not all that different, it should be the preferred way to watch the movie.
The big extra feature, Maximum Movie Mode, is only on disc 2's original theatrical cut. In front of two large TV screens, director McG introduces the movie then makes periodic appearances to discuss key concepts. Interspersed along the way are various pop-ups with the Terminator mythology timeline, picture-in-picture with cast and crew interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, and stills galleries. You can also, when prompted, exit out of the movie to watch any of 11 Focus Points, which are two- to three-minute featurettes. Conveniently, you can also access these from the main menu. Two other features are watchable separate from Maximum Movie Mode: "Reforging the Future" (19 minutes), discussing the new film's take on the Terminator legacy, and "The Moto-Terminator" (8:33), focusing on the motorcycle-like robots. --David Horiuchi
It's a movie that you can watch multiple times and still enjoy it.
Maybe because it's hard to imagine a terminator movie without Schwarzenegger but just could not really get into the film and found it to be a little boring.
It is well acted and has plenty of action and I thought a very good story line.
For a long time i was wary of watching this forth instalment of the Terminator series. The trailer didn't do the film justice and I was kind of annoyed that they were replacing the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jake Boland
I have always been a huge fan of the terminator series recently I have started to buy up all of the movies again this movie is definitely worth watching especially if you haven't... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Agent Austin
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|Director's Cut on dvd?||
They must be in bed with Sony, trying to force people to abandon the DVD format and go to Blu-Ray.
Oct 29, 2009 by Ivan Samuelson | See all 10 posts
|This is why Amazon reviews are terribly flawed.||
What a great, and might I also say a LONG overdue thread!
Why have SO MANY people forgotten the main reason for going to a movie? I'd like to believe that many of us go for the sole purpose of escaping reality, of forgetting our everyday troubles and losing ourselves in a fictional world of... Read More
Dec 12, 2009 by Brian | See all 15 posts
|Will this movie even be worth getting?||
I for one love the Terminator films and loved the film. I am glad I didn't listen to reviews. It's way better than Rise of the Machines (which was Okay at best I guess) and I think close to Terminator 2. I don't understand the hate for this film and I went in expecting a complete B movie. Sam... Read More
Nov 27, 2009 by Joseph Ryan | See all 14 posts
|Amazon Blu-ray Descriptions are Useless||
Another problem, as you may have noticed, is that if you go to check the user reviews for the Blu-ray product, all the reviews from the various DVD versions will show up as well. So sometimes you have to wade through tons of irrelevant reviews to find one that actually discusses the strengths... Read More
Nov 16, 2009 by J.A. Smithers | See all 4 posts
Apparently there are 2 versions of this - a 3-disc (Directors cut, Theatrical cut, Digital Copy) and a 2-disc (Directors Cut, Theatrical Cut). Both have the same SKU/UPC. The only way to tell is by the slipcover - if it has the shiny/metallic slipcover, it's the 3-disc. If it doesn't have a... Read More
Dec 3, 2009 by MiRSD | See all 13 posts
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