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  1. It’s a decent movie, but the director and writers didn’t try to deliver something fresh and innovative. The audience gave up on this franchise with ‘Terminator: Genisys’.

  2. This was a didaster waiting, complete ignorance over the IP, first of all assuming it was pure gold, but three previous flops should have been a red flag.

    Promising a return to the plotline of the first two movies, then completely disregarding a lore people spent three decades embrasing was pure idiocy.

    And finally publically harassing their potential audience with accusations of sexism, just to get an unprofitable political adgenda everyone is sick to death of was the final nail in the coffin.

    Literally the only way I can think of saving the franchise now is to do the long promised “Robocop vs Terminator” spin off, but Robocop is going through development hell itself.

    It’s time for Hollywood to embrase new concepts and let new blood have a chance, rather than rely on destroying nostalgia.

  3. The decision to populate the story will all human women and robot men, along with the director’s comments that the lead female hybrid will “scare the f*ck out of misogynists,” I believe, doomed this entry to the Get Woke, Go Broke casualty list.

    Ghostbusters 2016 is now referred to as Patient Zero. Men in Black, Batwoman, Charlie’s Angels, this latest blur of Star Wars (I think they all have the same poster), all disappointments. People point to Captain Marvel but she was shoe-horned into the most success franchise of all time at the last minute, and there are reports that Disney bought out screenings and counted them as “sell outs.”

    Now they’re promising the most Woke James Bond for next April, so this Dark Ages of Cinema will stretch on.

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