Terminator: Dark Fate
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Movie Info & Cast
- Linda Hamilton
- Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Mackenzie Davis
- Natalia Reyes
- Gabriel Luna
- Diego Boneta
- Ferran Fernández
- Tristán Ulloa
- Tomás Álvarez
- Tom Hopper
Did You Know?
- The sixth film in the Terminator series, but for James Cameron, it is a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), which completely disregards the three films in which Cameron wasn't involved: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Salvation (2009) and Terminator Genisys (2015), of which it will come out four years after. Also, the film appears to be a reboot of a reboot. Terminator Genisys (2015) was a reboot of The Terminator (1984) and the first installment of a trilogy of new Terminator movies. This last movie ended up making $440.6 million at the box office and was given poor reviews by critics and instead, Paramount Pictures abandoned the two planned sequels. Additionally, this movie will also be one that will come out 28 years after the latter, Judgment Day.
- In one scene, the T800 is seen with a dog cuddling up next to him. In the first two Terminator films it is established that dogs bark incessantly and become agitated when a Terminator is present, hence the reason why they are used to help humans in detecting them. However, in this movie the scene is used to suggest that the T800 has changed and is no longer the same machine it once was. In addition, if the dog was raised around a terminator there is no reason it would not be used to being around one.
- Dani Ramos: Two days ago, I had this nice, simple life. And now it's a nightmare.
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If you like Terminator 1 and 2 you will love this one.
Better than the other movies that are between T2 and this one. A great action movie and cast! I definitely enjoyed this movie.
I can (and have) defended each of the later Terminator sequels, but there’s no question Dark Fate is the best of the bunch.
Unlike this film’s sleek killing machines, the new installment is creaky and sometimes clumsy, and yet it ultimately succeeds by delivering sufficient thrills while also offering just enough emotional depth to keep viewers engaged in its familiar man-versus-robot tussle.
It suffers greatly from obeying the imperative the first sequel established: Trying to blow minds and up the ante the way that FX-pioneering adventure did, this one offers a series of action set pieces that go from big to huge to ludicrous, even as the script's additions to fear-the-future mythology underwhelm.