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Overall D+

In this latest installment of The Terminator franchise, John Connor (Christian Bale) continues his fight against Skynet. This time he is joined by Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington), a mysterious man who may be from the past or the future. Whether friend or foe, the two of them will face the army of terminators while trying to discover why they are determined to exterminate mankind.

Violence D
Sexual Content B+
Profanity C+
Substance Use B

MPAA Rating: PG-13 PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and language.

Terminator Salvation

The most recent home video release of this movie is December 1, 2009. Here are some details…

Terminator Salvation

Release Date: 1 December 2009

Terminator Salvation on DVD, comes in either a Widescreen Theatrical Version or Full-screen Theatrical Version. Both presentations include the original PG-13 theatrical cut of the feature film, plus The Moto-Terminator (where Ducati bikes become Terminators).

Terminator Salvation on Blu-ray (2-Discs Theatrical & Director’s Cut Editions +Digital Copy) offers:

- PG-13 Theatrical version of Terminator Salvation (115 min.)

- R-Rated Director’s Cut version of Terminator Salvation (118 min.)

- Digital Copy of PG-13 Theatrical version of Terminator Salvation

- WB Maximum Movie Mode (commentary by Director McG)

- Featurettes: Re-Forging the Future, The Moto-Terminator and Focus Points

- BD-Live enabled: Media Center, My Commentary, Live Community Screening

- Resist or Be Terminated (a compilation of 10 viral videos from the alternate reality game).

- Terminator Salvation Official Movie Prequel Digital Comic (Issue #1).

- The first episode of Terminator Salvation Machinima series

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Robots have long been a mainstay in Hollywood and they come in all shapes and sizes. Among these famous machines is the down-in-the-dumps Marvin in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the dynamic duo of R2-D2 and C-3PO in the Star Wars series, the shape-shifting aliens in Transformers and finally the almost human android in I, Robot.

This movie is the fourth installment of The Terminator franchise (we have only reviewed Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines).

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