Search - Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines [Blu-ray] on Blu-ray

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines [Blu-ray]
Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines
Actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken, Claire Danes, Christopher Lawford
Genres: Action & Adventure
R     2008     1hr 49min

Bluray Disc

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken, Claire Danes, Christopher Lawford
Genres: Action & Adventure
Sub-Genres: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Studio: Warner Home Video
Format: Blu-ray - Color,Widescreen - Closed-captioned,Dubbed,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 02/26/2008
Original Release Date: 01/01/2003
Theatrical Release Date: 00/00/2003
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 49min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English, French, Spanish
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
See Also:

Similar Movies

The Terminator
   R   2005   1hr 48min
Terminator Salvation
Director's Cut
Director: McG
   R   2009   1hr 57min
Total Recall
   R   2006   1hr 53min
The Day After Tomorrow
   PG-13   2006   2hr 4min
Mr Mrs Smith
Director: Doug Liman
   PG-13   2007   2hr 0min
Terminator 2 Judgment Day
Skynet Edition
Director: James Cameron
   R   2009   2hr 32min
Full Screen Collector's Edition
Director: John McTiernan
   R   2004   1hr 47min
The Dark Knight
Two-Disc Special Edition
   PG-13   2008   2hr 32min
Collateral Damage
Director: Andrew Davis
   R   2009   1hr 48min

Similarly Requested DVDs

Batman Begins
Director: Christopher Nolan
   PG-13   2008   2hr 20min
Terminator Salvation
Director's Cut
Director: McG
   R   2009   1hr 57min
Terminator 2 Judgment Day
Director: James Cameron
   R   2006   2hr 17min
Hellboy II The Golden Army
Director: Guillermo del Toro
   PG-13   2008   2hr 0min
Extended Cut
   UR   2006   2hr 1min
The A-Team
+ Digital Copy
   PG-13   2010   1hr 58min
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Director: Steven Spielberg
   PG-13   2008   2hr 2min
I Am Legend
Director: Francis Lawrence
   PG-13   2008   1hr 41min
Director: Len Wiseman
   UR   2007   2hr 1min
Gran Torino
+ BD-Live
Director: Clint Eastwood
   R   2009   1hr 56min

Movie Reviews

Macho Man
Van Halen Kurtz | Twin Oaks | 08/06/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There's something unkillable about the idea of Terminator. Usually we (humans) get punished in the future for misdeeds we commit in the past or present. Take Star Trek IV, for one example out of millions. The Terminator idea, however, has it: we (humans) get punished in the past or present for misdeeds we commit in the future. That's a big Does Not Compute for ya there, captain. And so it goes compellingly into the future. No fate but what we make was the central code of Terminator 2 but Terminator 3 knows better. It's a sequel to a sequel and even the past has progressed along. Jonathan Mostow gives us the same movie which is what we demand but only bigger and badder and louder which is also what we demand. Expectations thwarted, cleverly ~ but only momentarily. There's less sentimentalism, less character development, less existential commotion and that's great. We all know machines are here to stay. Action. It's almost a silent film. Except for the sound of things exploding. The car chase sequence remains one of the most exciting ever filmed. Violence and strong language, that's why we're here. Fortunately there's no overreaching attempt to conjure up a catchy catchphrase ("Hasta la vista baby"). Schwarzenegger is gruffer than before, has less to say and is classy about it. "I'm an obsolete design." Kristanna Loken has Robert Patrick's act down clone cold. Little did anyone ever suspect in 1984, women's lib would have progressed so far that Arnold Schwarzenegger could plonk a urinal down hard across a babe's head and we'd all still be worried for his safety? Take a hint this isn't a battle of the sexes as much as showdown between Lexus-driving Xers and cowboy truck-driving boomers. Like Schwarzenegger's recalcitrant generation, Terminator 3 faces its dread of mortality and its fear of machines merely fleetingly before deciding either men or machines, it doesn't matter anymore, all we know is that heroes remain unkillable in either past, present or future."