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Title: Terminator Salvation  

Year Of Release: 2009

Review Date: July 31, 2010

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 97 minutes

Box Office Gross: $122,444,772

Site Rating: 2 out of 10 stars

The film "Terminator Salvation" was a disappointment and did not live up to the hype that accompanied its marketing push. The Celluloid Film Review suspects, this is why domestic and international ticket sales, were relatively low for the fourth installment of the franchise. The problem was the script. It was bad and dark. 

"Terminator Salvation" is about a man fighting off robots that have taken over the planet, after a war destroys modern civilization. The previous "Terminator" films weren't as severe in content or tone. So much of "Terminator Salvation"  is muddled, making it one big mess that is sometimes tedious to follow.

Note: the Terminator films were born out of copyright infringement, as James Cameron stole the original script, from a New York paralegal named, Sophia Stewart, after it was passed to him, as revealed by an FBI investigation into the case. Cameron was later accused of stealing the show "Dark Angel" from another writer's copyrighted story, which was available on the internet, years before his program aired. The same story has repeated itself once again, as Cameron stole his latest film "Avatar." 

 


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