Miles Moon ⛤’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's probably been close to two decades since the last time I saw this (P.S. I have literally no idea why my parents let me see this when I was that young), so I wasn't trusting my recollection about how good it was. Holy shit is this thing great.
I don't have a lot to say, because the things I love about it are so basic and probably the same things everyone loves about it. That ridiculously awesome theme song. The performances. Linda Hamilton's angry pull-ups. The fact that the bad guy is dressed as a cop throughout the movie. (I don't even know if that was intentional commentary. Probably it wasn't. I still like the way it makes me read him, though.) The fact that the Cyberdyne scientist immediately agreed that his life's work needed to be destroyed.
I kind of want to stop watching these here since we all know that the first two were the only good ones, but I've only seen Rise of the Machines and Salvation once, and I've never seen Genisys, so I might as well continue.