What are the most unrealistic parts of Terminator: Dark Fate (2019 movie)?
Well, I think the most unrealistic parts are the fact that they have borrowed ideas from previous 3 T movies. The T3 Terminatrix is apparently now a blonde human protector, who like Marcus Wright of Salvation thinks she’s human Although it is not all flesh and blood. And Genisys, where we have the T800 of T2 and it still looks like POPS.
That and the fact that the Schizo Terminator for lack of a better description is now a burnished black color both in the endoskeleton and in the external exoskeleton of liquid metal that when it separates resembles Venom. And then, when reassembled, it is a totally recognizable terrible CGI.
And where is John Connor?
And have they messed with the timeline?
And why do they need to repeat the sequence of the big truck chasing a small truck that was in T2 and to some extent T3, a small veterinary truck chased by a large crane? In addition to Salvation with Marcus and John chased by the MotoTerminators on a crane
Lack of ideas?
And if it doesn’t come out with an R rating, then I’m really worried. I will see it but I expect little and I hope to be wrong. It is the first trailer after all, but it gives enough to worry about.
Wasn’t there enough to discuss the emergence of machines and the day of judgment? I thought of Salvation, although not great, at least I made an effort to give you an idea of what the years after Judgment Day might have been like.
The announced return of James Cameron could have been celebrated in excess.
In Terminator 2, why did John Connor send back a machine to protect him that looked exactly like the one that was sent to kill his mother?
The first Terminator movie established that it was not possible to change the past. We even learned that the future is what it is because of our attempts to change the past.
We know that in future scenes of “The Terminator,” Kyle Reese had already fathered John, we know that Sarah survived an attack by Terminator that led her to quit her job as a waitress and head for the desert. We also know that the shattered parts of Terminator ended up in the hands of Cyberdyne (who ran the factory). In other words, we know that the entire Terminator plot had developed when we were about to see it.
That means the same would apply to Terminator 2.
John Connor sent that Terminator back because he remembered which one came to save him so many years ago. He had no choice in the matter. I could have tried to send a different one, but that would have changed the past and led to any of the millions of uncertain results that would probably have been much, much worse than the situation we remember at the end of T2.
John chooses a Terminator with a different surface appearance that is mechanically and logically identical. Terminator returns to the past and saves John in the mall exactly as before. T1000 is forced to resort to plan B and goes to look for Sarah.
The police at the mall do not recognize Terminator for the shooting at the 1984 police station, they will not see Sarah. She is not alarmed by his presence, so he does not steal the clip or decide to escape that night. Instead, the T1000 finds her in her room, kills her and replaces her before John arrives. John and Terminator discover the T1000 at the facility and, if they survive the encounter, escape with significant damage and cannot attempt to attack Cyberdyne.
After all … I would definitely choose that specific Terminator too.
What does Dark Fate refer to in the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate movie?
I think the Terminator narrative has always been about a dark destiny for humanity. With respect to the first two films, it seems that James Cameron has been arguing that his characters have been fighting a dark destiny of humanity itself.
Although in the future of the first film, John Common’s message to Sarah Connor is “The future is not established,” and Sarah’s inscription on a picnic bench in the second film, “Destiny is what we do”, the T-800 in the same movie seems to seal everything, “judging”, “It is in its nature (humans) to destroy themselves.”
Terminator: Dark Fate’ promises to be good this time. Considering this is likely Terminator’s final chance to attract a decent amount of moviegoers, after the Terminator 2: Judgement Day were so absurdly forgettable. Do you believe the promise?
Well I saw the trailer and it looked awful. Terrible cgi and generic action scenes which we’ve seen a hundred times.
Terminator sequels has never come close to the genius of the first movie.
On a tiny budget it created a truly terrifying monster. All the liquid metal and explosions in the world doesn’t come close to the claustrophobic intensity of the original and the machine’s utter ruthlessness in going about completing its mission.
The preformances are superb, the setting realistic and the plot convincing and utterly gripping.
The sequels, not so much.
Well, the best thing to do is to wait for reviews. See what people think about it. Then you can go watch the movie and see if you agree with them. Right now it’s very difficult for me to tell you what I think about the promise. I was dissapointed with the trailer but, you know, movies can be very different from trailers. I guess I’ll give it a chance.
If you wrote the ending of Terminator: Dark Fate (2019 movie) what would it be?
If I ever got the chance to write the ending of Terminator: Dark Fate, it would be like:
When Rev-9 is about to kill Dani, T-800 arrives with an old Harley Davidson (as seen in Terminator 2: Judgement Day), armed with a Machine Gun, an M79 Grenade launcher, or preferably, a bucket containing molten metal. As it shoots the Rev-9, it charges towards the T-800. T800 shoots the grenade launcher and pours molten metal on it. [Hasta La Vista, Baby! You are terminated!] Hence, saving the future.
[But, Judgement Day is inevitable.]
EDIT: I referred from Wikipedia that the villain is a prototype Rev-9 series. And, the target is a girl named Dani.