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Terminator Salvation (Terminator 4) (Exclusive Steelbook) (1 Disc)

Released on 23 November 2009

Featuring: Christian Bale, Sam Worthington & Anton Yelchin

Format: DVD

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Grab yourself the definitive version of this summer's blockbuster action spectacular, Terminator: Salvation, with this deluxe Steelbook Edition Packed to the gills with high-octane thrills, this is an offer so good it's enough to drive Christian Bale to distraction!

The End Begins Now

The year is 2018. Judgment Day has come and gone. At the behest of Skynet, an army of Terminators roams the wastelands killing or collecting humans. The only hope for the survival of humanity is Resistance fighter John Connor: a man whose destiny has always been intertwined with the fate of human existence. As the future of the world teeters on the brink of the future John has been warned about his whole life, something totally new shakes his belief that mankind stands a chance against the machines: the appearance of Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington), a man from the past whose last memory is of being on death row before awakening in this post-apocalyptic nightmare. In the face of an ever-adapting Skynet, John must decide whether Marcus can be trusted as he prepares to face the enemy head-on.

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Director McG's Terminator Salvation sees Hollywood superstar Christian Bale (The Dark Knight) step into the post-apocalyptic shoes of John Connor. Terminator Salvation breathes new life into the series, welcoming Tim Burton's favourite composer Danny Elfman, Bryce Dallas Howard (The Village) as Kate Connor - replacing Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines' Claire Danes - and hotly-tipped Australian newcomer Sam Worthington (Avatar) in the role of Marcus Wright. As with the prequels, the film features plenty of terrifying additions to Skynet's arsenal including the Harvester, Mototerminators and T-600s, but it's the chance to see the first film set after Judgement Day that really appeals.

Terminator Salvation is a rollicking chase movie with spectacular action - the escape from the giant robot Harvester is a particular highlight. Meanwhile, the dilapidated deserts of California and the LA-based Skynet - a dark lair of pipes, pumps, gun turrets and factories - provide a fascinating backdrop for the future war. With strong support from Moon Bloodgood and Anton Yelchin - channelling Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese - Christian Bale lends John Connor A-list authority, whilst being totally believable in the action scenes - especially when he meets an old foe towards the end of the movie (you'll have to watch to find out!). However, the real star of the show is Sam Worthington as Marcus. Sporting the good looks and understated charisma of a classic matinee idol, we cannot wait to see Worthington in Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day director James Cameron's Avatar. Ultimately, though, it's the characters that make Terminator Salvation standout from the slew of event movies, remaining true to the spirit of the series - characters you actually care about.


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 Average rating (53 reviews)

 TS Single disc steelbook

| | See all Rutvig's reviews (4)

The film itself whilst not necessarily the most amazing piece of cinematic...cinema, is quite decent and a the start to a potentially very good set of films. This is even the case bar all the plotholes and inconsistencies (*SPOILER* - How would Skynet even know who Kyle Reese is at this point? In fact, how would it ever know who Kyle Reese is and the potential threat he poses to Skynet?!)

Anyway, this review is aimed at this specific steelbook. The single disc is bare basics. It contains the feature, audio selection (literaly only a couple of languages), 3 trailers and scene selection. The film itself is the theatrical release. There are no deleted scenes / making of's etc.

My first impression of the steelbook itself was of dissapointment. It had the poorly placed 'sticker' back cover (a sheet literally pasted onto the back (the Hulk and Iron Man steelbooks from Play were the same.))

The back cover seemed 'broken' (had lumps in places) and there was no insert or anything. However, about 10 minutes ago, I found that the back cover sticker seemed to be peeling off in a couple of places. On closer inspection I found that it's only stuck on with that gelatinous type glue which can peel off quite easily. So I removed the back sticker to reveal a great image of a T-800 torso! Even the two rating symbols are easily removable stickers. Now I have a bare basics verison of the film but with a fab steelbook at a great price and I've just realised how sad this review is.

 great film but no extras

| | See all Reaper241701's reviews (3)

i made a mistake all i knew that most dvds come with extras but so some reason this doesnt and they are only on blue ray , im a huge terminator fan and thought this was a good movie a great start to the future war , sam worthington 5/5 acting bale 4/5 the film is more about marcus wright then connor which that should n ot of been but overall a great film ive put 2 stars not for the film but for the no extras which is rubblish

 HE'LL BE BACK!!!!

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This could be the best film of the year. If you like action movies look no further, ignore the bad reviews the only reason not to see this is if you don't like the other three Terminator movies.
Bale/Connor doesn't have as big a role in this film as you might expect, but thats because he's not yet become the great leader we all know he's going to be, instead much of the focus is on the excellent Wotheringtons Marcus, and Kyle Reese. There's a couple of welcome cameos (of sort) in there too, and the FX are truly awesome.

Not groundbreaking in the way the first two were, but still a must see.

 THE DARK FUTURE!

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Lets get the obviouse out of the way, TERMINATOR SALVATION is not quite as good as James Camerons Terminator 1 and 2, but it mops the floor with the underrated but disappointing Terminator 3.
The story kicks of in 2018 where SkyNet has gone self aware and decided to terminate the human race, what is left is a rag tag group of resistance fighter trying desperatly to avoid or Kill of these Steel Assassins. This is the early days of the future war, and the new killer A.I. has not perfected it's models yet and are trying desperatly to unleash it's new model the T101. to do this they have to harvest humans to be able to copy the cell stucture of the flesh that will cover the metal Skelaton. Christan Bale delivers the best incarnation of John Conner, but it's Sam Wothington's Marcus Wright that really has the best part. I don't want to give the film away and spoil the viewers pleasure, but I can say this film is a movie of amazing action, jaw dropping effects that really do bring home the feeling of the jaw dropping effect that T2 had back in 1991, that offers a good story that will know doubt be further explored in the following sequels. McG really has put this series back on course, and proves the doubters wrong, as you can have a Terminator movie without Arnie. The film is not without it's faults, as some of the other characters are underwritten, but this is a Terminator movie, and this one delivers., and after the rapture this film got after it's sneak screening you know Director McG will be back!
An eye scorching Sci-Fi ,go see it on the biggest screen possible.

 THE DARK FUTURE!

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Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

Lets get the obviouse out of the way, TERMINATOR SALVATION is not quite as good as James Camerons Terminator 1 and 2, but it mops the floor with the underrated but disappointing Terminator 3.
The story kicks of in 2018 where SkyNet has gone self aware and decided to terminate the human race, what is left is a rag tag group of resistance fighter trying desperatly to avoid or Kill of these Steel Assassins. This is the early days of the future war, and the new killer A.I. has not perfected it's models yet and are trying desperatly to unleash it's new model the T101. to do this they have to harvest humans to be able to copy the cell stucture of the flesh that will cover the metal Skelaton. Christan Bale delivers the best incarnation of John Conner, but it's Sam Wothington's Marcus Wright that really has the best part. I don't want to give the film away and spoil the viewers pleasure, but I can say this film is a movie of amazing action, jaw dropping effects that really do bring home the feeling of the jaw dropping effect that T2 had back in 1991, that offers a good story that will know doubt be further explored in the following sequels. McG really has put this series back on course, and proves the doubters wrong, as you can have a Terminator movie without Arnie. The film is not without it's faults, as some of the other characters are underwritten, but this is a Terminator movie, and this one delivers., and after the rapture this film got after it's sneak screening you know Director McG will be back!
An eye scorching Sci-Fi ,go see it on the biggest screen possible.

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ActorsChristian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin, Moon Bloodgood, Common, Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Browning, Jadagrace, Helena Bonham Carter, Jane Alexander, Michael Ironside, Ivan G'Vera, Dorian Nkono, Beth Bailey & Victor J. Ho
DirectorMcG
Year2009
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesItalian
SubtitlesEnglish ; English for the hearing impaired ; Hindi ; Italian
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.