>>12550040 >>12550064 Starts of like Terminator 1, where John Connor sends back Kyle Reese to save his mother. Except this time, the T1000 from T2 is already in the past, and even before that Old Arnold version was sent back and raised Sarah Connor, taught her how to fight. He looks old because the organic exterior aged or someshit.
After some other shenanigans that are reused elements from T1 and T2, they go forward into time for some reason, and find out that John Connor has been turned into some kind of Nanomachine Terminator and is like the main villain.
I'm probably getting some details wrong, but that's about how I remember the summary.
>>12550115 >and find out that John Connor has been turned into some kind of Nanomachine Terminator and is like the main villain which is inspired by the originally planned ending of T4 that was discarded during production cause it was fucking retarded.
Genisys is pretty much "Hey, let's try to make a movie entirely out of bad ideas!"
So, if we try to apply the same design direction to Alien, that would give us:
-Ripley, Newt and Hicks all survive as the kickass space family -somehow they end up on a the aliens' homeworld -it's a micro-planet entirely made out of wood with a 10 meter-thick atmosphere -then they go on Earth and take the aliens with them -by the way the aliens are weird stumpy things that look like the Brundlefly -one guy gets asskilled by an alien while taking a shit -the Space Jockeys appear and they make Hicks fuck another male marine because they don't understand human biology -otherwise the rest of the movie is like alien 2 but with more guns and more marines -Ripley swears a lot for no reason -at one point she hallucinates and sees a sheep with an alien's head and Newt's face where its ass should be.
DIRECTED BY THE GUY WHO DIRECTED DISTRICT 9, DISTRICT 9 AND DISTRICT 9
longform spoilers I got here In 2029, the Resistance led by John Connor (Jason Clarke) has successfully destroyed Skynet headquarters. Connor and his best friend, Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney), raid a Skynet outpost in Los Angeles to rescue human prisoners and to investigate Connors' suspicions that Skynet has developed a time-displacement device in a desperate effort to change the outcome of the war by altering the past. They locate the machine and learn that Skynet has just sent a T-800 to 1987 to murder Connor's mother, Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke), and prevent Connor from being born. Connor then sends Reese to 1987 as well to protect Sarah. Just as Kyle is leaving, Connor is attacked by the T-5000, an advanced prototype Terminator that can turn into a swarm of nanomachines.
In 1987, the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) begins searching for Sarah when he is confronted by another T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who destroys the first one with heavy artillery guns.
Meanwhile, Kyle arrives in 1987 and is confronted by two policemen while stealing a vagrant's clothes. The two cops turn out to be a T-1000 (Byung Hun-Lee) and a T-850, who chase Kyle to nearby clothing store. Just as he appears to be cornered, Sarah and the T-800 arrive in a fortified jeep and Sarah exclaims "Come with me if you want to live".
Sarah, Kyle and the T-800 are chased by the T-1000 and the T-850 through the streets of Los Angeles, but manage to hide in a junkyward where they set up a makeshift base of operations, and where Kyle learns that the T-1000 was sent to 1969 to murder Sarah as a young girl, but the reprogrammed T-800 saved her, though her parents were murdered. They've been evading the T-1000 since then, and the T-800 has trained Sarah to be a skilled fighter. She considers him a surrogate father and calls him "Pops", explaining to Kyle.
>"Listen, give Pops a little respect. He studied since their arrival here. He had no clue how to raise children. So he conducted research. Read books. Watched "Sesame Street". Between lectures on how to destroy the cyborg assassins and survive the nuclear holocaust, he took me to museums and zoos."
The trio is located by the T-1000 and the T-850. Kyle destroys the T-850 with a pipe bomb, while Sarah lures the T-1000 into a trap and dissolves him in acid. With the T-800 sent by Skynet destroyed, his microchip is never found by Cyberdyne Systems and used to create the basis for Skynet.
The timeline changes, and Kyle acquires new memories of the future, in which his parents give him an iPhone for his birthday with an advanced Operational System developed by Cyberdyne called "Genisys", which will be uploaded to the Internet in 2017 and become self-aware, becoming Skynet and causing Judgement Day only a few days later.
Sarah, Kyle and Pops decide to travel to 2017 in a makeshift time-displacement device developed by Pops. However, Pops can't travel with them due to the damage the T-1000 inflicted on him, and goes into dormant mode at their junkyard lair, so Sarah and Kyle can find and reactivate him in 2017.
In 2017, Sarah and Kyle reunite with Pops, whose organic exterior has aged, and they set out to infiltrate Cyberdyne Systems and destroy the Genisys Program.
Sarah, Kyle and Pops end up in the hospital, where they are confronted by John Connor. Kyle realizes that the T-5000 nanomachines infected Connor in 2029 after he left for 1987 and brainwashed him into becoming a cyborg loyal to Skynet. Connor then traveled back in time to 2017 to help Miles Dyson (Courtney B. Vance) and his son, Danny Dyson (Dayo Okeniyi), develop the Genisys Program and ensure Skynet's survival and the deaths of Sarah and Kyle.
Sarah, Kyle and Pops evade the police and Connor while attempting to reach Cyberdyne headquarters. They eventually succeed, with Pops sacrificing himself to blow up the facility, destroying the Genisys Program and killing the corrupted Connor. Sarah and Kyle lament Pops' death.
>KYLE: "If a machine could love, he loved you."
>SARAH: "He was not a machine. He was my father".
Suddenly, it turns out Pops has survived the explosion by being coated in liquid metal from the T-1000 assembly line. Now in liquid metal form, Pops reunites with Sarah and Kyle, and they find themselves stranded in 2017, although they have prevented Skynet's birth.
Umbeknowst to them, however, Connor has created a back-up of the Genisys Program, which begins rebooting, and becomes Skynet. To make matters worse, Skynet has begun developing Terminators much earlier to ensure the Resistance is never formed, and is secretly mass-producing an army of T-5000 to destroy the human race.
Cue sequel hook. I still have no clue what happens.
>>12551216 >give him an iPhone for his birthday with an advanced Operational System developed by Cyberdyne called "Genisys", which will be uploaded to the Internet in 2017 and become self-aware, becoming Skynet and causing Judgement Day only a few days later.
and then the John Connor from after he gets un-terminatored sends a T-1000 back to 1957 to terminate Emmet Brown before he can invent the Flux Capacitor, but future Biff has already taken over wild-west Hill Valley and run it into the ground so it's not even a town anymore by the 1950's, just a Circle-K and a telephone booth. So Sam Beckett has to go back to the 1800's and assume the role of Wild Dog Tannen's father in order to raise him to be able to pass high school so that he can get a job as a carraige driver and run over a young H.G. Wells before he can write The Time Machine which is really where all this shit started.
Especiall with the frist two terminator movies. The music and grittyness really made it feel like shit was going down. Like this scene. Ahnolds actually pretty scary. They made this shit rated R for a reason.
>>12551645 This is exactly why I've hated movie trailers ever since 1985's Transformers: The Movie. >"Does Prime die?" >"Who will lead the Autobots?" The second question answered the first. Ever since then I've avoided trailers unless I had no intention of watching the movie. I've had to avoid /co/ for the past couple of months to keep Age of Ultron from being spoiler'd to hell.
>>12551675 The obvious answer is that they want to show off the stupid nanomachine effects but can't without spoiling who the nanonator is supposed to be.
I can't watch TV anymore either because the "recap" at the start of every show spoils what you're about to see. If I'm watching the show regularly, you shouldn't want to alienate me. So I just pirate the few shows worth watching. It's not like I have a ratings box.
>>12551743 No, I mean that spoilers don't matter if the execution is good. If it's shitty and all anyone would've valued is the shock of the surprise, then the marketers have completely sunk the fucking film.
>>12550115 A leak? I remember seeing a trailer where all this was spilled out.
Genisys is supposed to have cost about 170 million to make, including 30 million they spent on getting the rights from the bankruptcy asset managers of the people who made Terminator: Salvation. However at that sum you'd still expect it to look on decent enough in comparison to Terminator 2, which cost about 100 million to make and used shitloads of really expensive practical effects and unproven CGI techniques.
However my suspicion here is that the most creative people in Hollywood, the accountants, have had their fingers in the pie and made the movie look a lot more expensive to make so that they can claim much lower profits and thus pay a lot more taxes. This movie sure as hell doesn't look like it cost 140 million to make even when you factor in that they got Arnold to feature in it. Hell, the man is literally the only really expensive actor in the movie.
The thing that really kills Genisys for me is how shitty the T-1000 looks in this movie. I know it's supposed to be a stopgap villain before the real main villain in the shape of nanomachine Connor shows up, but it's still got no right to have CGI effects that look worse than in a movie from 1991.
>>12549931 I want to say that's just the sleeker design giving the impression of a more feminine form, but then I remembered what movie we're talking about. I wouldn't be surprised if they threw in an extra female Terminator as a reference to 3, or decided to reveal Sarah was a Terminator as the true TWIIIIIIST.
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