When the co-owner of Legacy Effects and a disciple of Stan Winston, John Rosengrant first broke down the story elements of “Terminator Genisys” in the aspect of pratical effect needs, there was a section that caught his eye. It was when the Guardian Terminator and Sarah Connor were lugging around a young, deactivated Arnold T-800 Terminator in a back of an armored car in 1984. Logic dictated to Rosengrant that the creation of this Terminator corpse would best be accomplished with practical effects, so John and his team took upon the task of building a prosthetic dummy of an 1984 Arnold Schwarzenegger. So how did Legacy effects accomplish such a seemingly insurmountable task?
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Unless you have been living under a rock, every movie fan knows that “Terminator : Genisys” has been reviled by critics ever since its release. The general consensus of this condemnation perceives this film’s biggest flaw as the undoing of events established in the first two classic films “The Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”. The critics said T5 got it terribly, terribly wrong. Yet, if “Terminator: Genisys” did such an injustice to the Terminator franchise, why would the original creator James Cameron praise the film as the true sequel to T1 & T2? That’s because “Terminator: Genisys” actually got it right. Continue reading SKYNET’S ARMY Official Review of “Terminator: Genisys”