Cinematic archives / Terminator / posters


My cinematic archive is small, but what can be better than a photo of a Robert Patrick’s metal sculpture.

He won’t be present in the forthcoming “Terminator” sequel, produced by James Cameron and directed by Tim Miller (“Deadpool”), but Arnold and Linda Hamilton will. Details are unknown, but it seems that the new film will be the first in a new trilogy and will continue the events of “T2”.


I still cannot believe that James Cameron is so busy with all these Avatar sequels, 4 of them are planned currently… couldn’t he do just 1 sequel and 3 films about something else? I was just thinking about how much I loved “Avatar” upon its release, but it rarely comed to my mind now (and I heard similar thoughts from other movie lovers too). I got a bad feeling that if the first sequel won’t be too successful commercially, the other will be simply cancelled. Here is a very good insight into why it didn’t have a long-lasting influence.

Two weird posters to compensate the sadness.

Female sci-fi costumes & sexism in modern cinema

Let’s start at the very end.

Exposing various female body parts is a recurring motif in cinema and science fiction. It’s cheap. But if the movie sucks, how else you attract the guys in cinemas?


Now let me explain how I came to this…

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