Terminator Genisys (Slo Mo Trailer Analysis) by Basicc
This slo mo trailer analysis of Terminator Genisys is Basicc’s second slow motion trailer analysis after Jurassic World and, keeping to the tradition, it closes with the original untouched Terminator Genisys trailer at the end playing at regular speed.
“I hope they’re just bad at making trailers these days because when you watch this, you think you’re hearing about the very first movie again. It’s the same story again in another dressed-up context without the little bit of heart and soul the original had by comparison. They emphasize all the same, redudant points: the machines sent a terminator back from the future again, all of mankind is at stake, even though judgment day was averted, it’s back again, they gotta go and save Sarah Connor like they did in 1984, and 1991, the terminator that is so much more advanced than all the other terminators can’t hold it together of course, and they’re changing the most crucial themes to benefit the social propaganda. Now the resistance that was typically against the system is now working for the system. My prediction is, in five years, the resistance will be working for Skynet killing kids who graffiti on sidewalks.” Basicc. Directed by Alan Taylor, and written by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier, Terminator Genisys is not due in theaters for a good six months, but when it comes, it will come starring Emilia Clarke of Game of Thrones, now playing Sarah Connor, Jai Courtney now as Kyle Reese, Courtney B. Vance now as Miles Dyson, Aaron V. Williamson as the T-800, Arnold Schwarznegger straps himself in an old school Terminator outfit again, Jason Clarke now shows up in the ever-changing role of John Connor, Asian stud Byung-hun Lee switches bad guys from Storm Shadow to now play the impervious T-1000 who always loses in the end, and Basicc’s favorite actor J.K. Simmons is in an unnamed role. Terminator Genisys commentary by Basicc, edited by Basicc, produced by BetterStream.