Jurassic World- 9/10 I had just as much fun with it the third time. Terminator Genisys- 7/10 This one is a tough one to review. I enjoyed watching the movie, but it really wasn't that good. The first fifteen minutes are actually great, and I still wonder why we can't just have a simple future war movie like that. They should at least give us an animated series like Clone Wars for that. They can even just release it online like Justice League: Gods and Monsters and those Halo shows. The biggest problem with this movie was the story. You have to be careful when you do a reboot through time travel. It worked for X-Men because they kept the rules simple, and they played by them. This movie's story was very convoluted, and adds in so much time travel nonsense. At one point the movie practically says the laws of time don't apply to the main characters. The CGI was quite noticeable in a few places like in the fight scene between Kyle Reese and the T-800. However, the effects were fine in most places, and I liked the design of the new John Connor Terminator. Speaking of which, the trailer does give away the whole movie, and that was frustrating. The directing was fine, and they almost perfectly matched up some of the scenes from the original. The action scenes weren't memorable, but they were good. I wasn't bothered by the PG-13 rating aside from how distracting the lack of nudity was when there were shadows over the right body parts for no apparent reason. I thought the cast did a good job with what they're given. JK Simmons was fun and a bit underused. Schwarzenegger was born for this role. Emilia Clarke does a good job despite being distractingly short than Linda Hamilton. I thought Jason Clarke was the best adult John Connor so far even though he had to be the villain too. I don't think Jai Courtney deserves the hate he's been getting for this performance. He's no Michael Biehn, but I thought it was his best non-Spartacus performance. He even had the best line in the movie when he was asked what the magnetic gauntlet does, and he says that he uses it to find his keys. There were some other good comedic moments too. It's definitely better than Terminator 3 (which is the lowest this franchise could possibly get). I liked Salvation, so I would say it's about on par with that.