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Terminator Salvation (2009)

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All grown up in post-apocalyptic 2018, John Connor must lead the resistance of humans against the increasingly dominating militaristic robots. But when Marcus Wright appears, his existence confuses the mission as Connor tries to determine whether Wright has come from the future or the past -- and whether he's friend or foe.

Director: McG

Release Date: 2009-05-20
Status: Released
Run time: 115 min / 1:55
Budget: $200,000,000
Revenue: $371,353,001
Production Companies : Columbia Pictures, The Halcyon Company, Wonderland Sound and Vision, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2009-05-20
Status: Released
Run time: 115 min / 1:55
Budget: $200,000,000
Revenue: $371,353,001

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Casts

Christian Bale
as John Connor
Sam Worthington
as Marcus Wright
Anton Yelchin
as Kyle Reese
Moon Bloodgood
as Blair Williams
Bryce Dallas Howard
as Kate Connor
Helena Bonham Carter
as Serena
Common
as Barnes
Roland Kickinger
as Prototype T-800
Michael Ironside
as General Ashdown
Ivan G'Vera
as General Losenko
Jane Alexander
as Virginia
Chris Browning
as Morrison
Chris Ashworth
as Richter
Jadagrace
as Star
David Midthunder
as Soldier #1
Linda Hamilton
as Sarah Conner (voice)

Crew

Directing McG Director
Sound Danny Elfman Original Music Composer
Production Moritz Borman Producer
Production Victor Kubicek Producer
Production Jeffrey Silver Producer
Writing John D. Brancato Writer
Writing Michael Ferris Writer
Camera Shane Hurlbut Director of Photography
Editing Conrad Buff IV Editor
Art Martin Laing Production Design
Art Troy Sizemore Art Direction
Production Derek Anderson Producer
Production Justine Baddeley Casting
Production Kim Davis-Wagner Casting
Costume & Make-Up Michael Wilkinson Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Kimberly Greene Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Robert Q. Mathews Costume Supervisor
Crew Hugo Dominguez Digital Effects Supervisor
Writing Steven E. Gordon Storyboard
Production Dan Lin Executive Producer
Production Joel B. Michaels Executive Producer
Production Jeanne Allgood Executive Producer
Production Peter D. Graves Executive Producer
Production Mario Kassar Executive Producer
Production Andrew G. Vajna Executive Producer
Production Chantal Feghali Co-Producer
Production Steve Gaub Associate Producer
Production Anjalika Mathur Nigam Associate Producer
Production Bruce Franklin Associate Producer
Production Don Zepfel Associate Producer
Production April A. Janow Associate Producer
Sound Mark Ulano Production Sound Mixer
Camera Richard Foreman Jr. Still Photographer
Directing Trudy Ramirez Script Supervisor
Sound Doug Hemphill Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Ron Bartlett Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Cameron Frankley Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Lee Gilmore Sound Effects Editor
Sound Roland N. Thai Sound Effects Editor
Editing David V. Butler Dialogue Editor
Sound Jason W. Jennings Sound Designer
Sound Ai-Ling Lee Sound Designer
Sound Bill Abbott Music Editor
Camera George Billinger III Steadicam Operator
Camera Chris Moseley Camera Operator
Art Victor J. Zolfo Set Decoration
Art Carol Kiefer Art Department Coordinator
Crew Tom Struthers Stunt Coordinator
Crew Cesar Angobaldo Transportation Captain
Crew William Ballard Transportation Coordinator
Camera Glenn Brown First Assistant Camera
Editing Carole A. Kenneally First Assistant Editor
Costume & Make-Up Kathrine Gordon Hair Department Head
Production Nadia Paine Production Supervisor
Production Don Zepfel Production Manager
Visual Effects John Walker VFX Artist

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  • Critic Consensus: With storytelling as robotic as the film's iconic villains, Terminator Salvation offers plenty of great effects but lacks the heart of the original films.

  • One of Hollywood's oldest axioms teaches us: The story comes first. Watching "Terminator Salvation," it occurred to me that in the new Hollywood, the storyboard comes first. After scrutinizing the film, I offer you my summary of the story: Guy dies, finds himself resurrected, meets others, fights. That lasts for almost two hours.

  • Terminator Salvation, on the other, shinier, more metallic, and thus less human hand, is terrifically dull, full of ear-searing sound design and much yakkity-yakking about the fate of humanity but entirely lacking any sort of soul or sense of good old summer matinee fun.

  • Terminator Salvation: 'Dead-eyed and mechanical' Christian Bale is a grumpy messiah trying to save the world from robots in a Terminator instalment that could have been directed by one, says Xan ...

  • Having played Terminator: Salvation at the arcade I expected the exact same game. This is a totally different game, play is a bit harder than the arcade game, and it isn't as interesting/fun. Even my kids don't care for it much.

  • Terminator Salvation is a completely linear adventure without any collectibles or hidden goodies to search for. Every weapon is highlighted with a green outline that is visible through walls, so ...

  • Every single Terminator-based game that was released prior to Salvation was terrible. When Salvation was released, it received generally poor reviews, so I held off on picking it up. Then, in that time span waiting for new games to be released, I decided to pick it up for pennies (~$7.00).

  • Terminator Salvation was released on May 21, 2009 by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States and by Columbia Pictures internationally, and grossed over $371 million worldwide and received mixed reviews.

  • McG is the hamfisted directorial version of the Terminator an unstoppable franchise destroying force who with "Terminator Salvation" may have managed to kill John Conner without firing a shot. Salvation is a dull, cheerless exercise with not one character I cared about and not one line of dialogue that rang true.

  • At one point, Terminator Salvation was intended to jump-start a new movie trilogy - one that would chronicle the ever-escalating war between man and machine in the future. It's not necessarily ...