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Old 06-07-2009, 09:30 PM
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see one of the things I liked about T4 is....(well if you hadn't read the prequel novel) you could take it either way...the last Episode of SCC could have led into t4 just as well as T3 could have...just because we did not see Derek or Cameron, doesn't mean there was no Cameron model...or that Derek Resse isn't around somewhere in the future.
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Old 06-07-2009, 09:45 PM
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its highly advertised,its gonna make money overseas,for me its just an other boring movie,only effects no substance at all.the americans know that , thats why it failed in the states
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T3 is awesome.

anyone know if T4 disregards the TV show or T3?
I reckon it could be argued to follow either. On the surface, it doesn't appear to flatly contradict the show or the movie in any overt way. In both versions of the continuity, Sarah's either dead or in danger of dying. In both, she's done her best to forewarn and forearm John against the future.
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I reckon it could be argued to follow either. On the surface, it doesn't appear to flatly contradict the show or the movie in any overt way. In both versions of the continuity, Sarah's either dead or in danger of dying. In both, she's done her best to forewarn and forearm John against the future.
I've read ever since the movie started that it does not follow the TV show and it clearly doesn't. In the TV show JD takes place in 2012 and John skips ten years of his life, traveling from 1997 to 2007. It's all so jumbled up that there's no way T4 follows it. It only follows T3.
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:24 AM
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T3 felt like a huge cheat to all of us who remember T1 fondly.
I remember T1 fondly and T3 felt like a cheat at first, but I came around to enjoying it.
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