According to various sources, the new "Terminator: Genesis" film is not only going to be the fifth sequel in the Terminator franchise, BUT it'll be a reboot too? Plus, Arnold coming back as the terminator himself.... Okay folks, I'm curious to see what you all are going to say to this. In YOUR MIND do you think it's possible for a movie to be both a reboot and a sequel to something at the same time, but still manage to work? Please discuss.
It is perfectly possible for a film to be both a reboot and a sequel.
Most Obvious Example: Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0: You are (Not) Alone
by andrew savage4 years ago
In the Terminator franchise does John Connor know that he is a machine too?In the Terminator franchise does John Connor know that he is an earlier model machine? Is he simply fighting his upgrades?
by Steven Escareno5 years ago
According to some news sources, Warner Bros. is currently talking to Steven Spielberg about possibly selling the rights to Gremlins, so they can start production on a new movie for the franchise. There's no...
by Jimmy Fuentes12 months ago
What are the top 10 most memorable movie quotes (lines from movies)?Just curious if there is any consensus as to famous movies that have memorable lines that a lot of people would remember the line and the movie.
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i feel sick every night at the same time could this mean im pregnant?iv been feeling sick every night for the last few weeks now but i dont know why
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When will it end? I hear there are talks going on right now to 'reboot' the "Lethal Weapon" movie series. How the hell do you reboot "Lethal Weapon?" I can understand James Bond,...
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Will Jesus have His scars in heaven?Can anyone prove scripturally that Jesus still has His scars in heaven? I believe the reason He appeared to Thomas (even through locked doors), showing His wounds was to prove...
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