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You always think it can't get any worse, and guess what: "It can!" This movie is trying to piggy-back on the success of Terminator, and of course I expected something similar with equal "quality". No, this is nothing even close to "The Terminator" movies! It sucks, did I say it sucks already? It's a complete and utter waste of your money, and if you like Science Fiction and Robot-based movies even a bit, then please avoid this movie. It's bad acting, bad script, bad special effects (they're not even special), bad everything. Well, at least you've deserved one price: "The price for worst SF movie I've seen so far!". I wonder why people even make these movies! All people that worked on this movie: "Get yourself a job, as you don't belong in movie-world and you're a disgrace to cinematography."
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