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Damn, how can I choose between two terrible films.... both are zero stars... I think Terminator will win, but only because of its soundtrack.
Blowout win for Wolverine! The WAY better 2009 release.
Terminator Salvation was a badly scripted movie with a few really cool scenes (John Conner vs Arnie impersonator for instance). X-Men Origins: Wolverine was a badly scripted movie with so much potential that everyone involved with the film should be slapped across the face for ruining it. I HATE THE WOLVERINE MOVIE!!!!!!! Terminator wins.
Sam Worthington's part in Salvation is at least interesting, while there is nothing redeeming about Wolverine, I mean we'd already seen most of the good stuff in X2
I'm a comic book fan so Wolverine wins., mostly because of Deadpools appearance. Wich was way to short!
Okay, I just don't hate these two movies as much as most people seem to, and I haven't considered this particular matchup yet (mostly because I just saw Wolverine for the first time recently). @jdtmovies: The scene with Arnie's face obviously plastered onto a different body builder was actually one of my LEAST favorite parts of Salvation; it just kind of seemed silly. But my biggest beef with the film was that it doesn't feel like a Terminator movie to me; just a post-apocalyptic man-vs-machine war movie, in which some of the machines happen to be Terminators. But, I thought it was a decent post-apocalyptic man-vs-machine war movie, at least. Sam Worthington, I thought, was great (which is partly why I was kind of disappointed in him seeming so generic in Avatar). Anyway, Wolverine was, to me, at least entertaining, particularly in its action sequences. But it was a little too grim, with a lot of the fun of the first two X-Men movies sucked out. Jackman was great, but the film needed a bit more comic relief, or something. It was, at least, better than The Last Stand. Hm. Judging them as sequels, Wolverine is the better fourth chapter in its franchise. It also has the better leading man, as Christian Bale just seemed a little bit like he was phoning it in as John Connor. As franchises, I have more of a fondness for Terminator than X-Men. Well, shoot, they're about equal. Wolverine, I guess, for now, but I could easily see myself changing my mind tomorrow.
Cripes, that was just an epic effing comment in which I pretty much said not a damn thing... 8/
Anybody here remember the South Park school mascot episode?..
Choosing between a giant douche & a turd sandwich...
yeah... maybe that is a tad bit harsh... Shame though... I really am a big fan of both series...
If it falls down to... which movie was less of a drop-off from the originals then it goes to xmen...as the third x-men was a huge step down from X2...If it falls down to music & visual effects... It goes to Terminator. But really... both scripts sucked. That simply leaves as a stand alone... Xmen wins.
I find it fascinating that the unjust, ignorant and unyielding fanboy hate seems to be split between Origins and Spider-Man 3 on this site. Fanboy expectations are a bitch and it appears that some fans can't differentiate between the movie they expected or what they see in their comic books and what actually appears on screen. Judging Wolverine solely as a film and a unique movie universe character, it's more than solid entertainment. It holds up well under its own merit. The same can't be said of Terminator Salvation.
I cant begin to say how much I hated Terminator Salvation.Origins was a good movie but some of the action seemed over the top. but it still gets my vote.
Wolverine:Origins is simply outrageous. Really. It's one of the worst movies i ever saw and a perfect example of how you can make gazillions with almost anything you thrown out on theaters sometimes. Even if you consider Jackman passionate performance,nothing and i mean,nothing can be excused here. Maybe it's good to a Fraternity jock,but never to a comic fan. TS on the other hand,was not a bad (re)start on the Terminator franchise at all on my perception. It respected elements from the previous entries,had some kick-ass scenes, n' even added some interessing characters,like Worthington with his cyber/human dichotomy. Hey,and let's not forget about Christian f'n Bale. He always gets the job done. Even against CGI Arnie.
Terminator Salvation, easily. A far less flawed film than Gavin Hood's abortion.
Origins has its flaws but is still highly entertaining. You can't say that about Salvation.
on Apr 21
Both disappointing movies but ill go with Terminator salvation
on Apr 22