Terminator 4: Salvation
Terminator 4: Salvation
- 1h 55m
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Judgment Day has come and gone. Modern civilization has been destroyed.An army of Terminators roams the post-apocalyptic landscape, killing orcollecting humans where they hide. But small groups of survivors haveorganized into a Resistance, hiding in underground bunkers and strikingwhen they can against an enemy force that vastly outnumbers them.Onlyone man saw Judgment Day coming, a man whose destiny has always beenintertwined with the fate of human existence: John Connor . But something totally new has shaken Connor'sbelief that humanity has a chance of winning this war: the appearance ofMarcus Wright , a stranger fromthe past whose last memory is of being on death row before awakening inthis strange, new world. If humanity is to survive, Connor must decidewhether Marcus can be trusted, and the two must find common ground tomake a stand against the onslaught and meet the enemy head on.
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Common Sense Says
First PG-13 Terminator is loud, explosive, and dark.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that although this installment of the Terminator series is the first to earn a PG-13 rating instead of an R, Terminator Salvation is still extremely violent. There's not much actual blood, but there's plenty of broken flesh, bruises, and batterings. The film's tone is also quite intense, with constant attacks, life-or-death struggles, and scenes in which giant robots attack and abduct humans. While much of the violence is directed against robots, some of those robots are remarkably human-looking, which makes the gore and grim action a bit tougher to take than you might think. Characters also touch on heavy topics like morality, ethics, and redemption. There's a little bit of kissing, but hardly anything to worry about in the way of strong language, drinking, or smoking.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Action
- Release Date:May 21, 2009
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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