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.