Terminator: The Dark Fate
First things first, do you think this was necessary for the franchise? Well I actually think it was to bring an ending and a closure to the franchise.
For those that don’t know what the Terminator franchise is I would advise to watch the previous installments to understand this better.More than two decades after the Judgement Day is stopped and prevented by Sarah, the future of humanity is rewritten and changed.
A new leader of the resistance is born in Dani Ramos, and to stop this a new robotics power in legion created after the fall of Skynet sends the Rev-9 model to kill Dani but she is not the only one sent back in time a hybrid cyborg named Grace also comes to protect Dani.
Terminator: Dark Fate portrays a significant upgrade to its previous franchise as more machinery was introduced with better features and technological advancements. Although I agree that it was required, I am also of the opinion like rotten tomatoes that this lacked the thrilling and captivating firepower we are so used to seeing in the other Terminator franchise.
This sequel is actually a hit in the box office compared to Terminator 3 and 4 that left the franchise as a struggling one and this can be attributed to the fact that the director of Terminator 2 Tim Miller was introduced to handle the brand once again.
Well guys have you actually seen this movie? If you have I would like to ask which of the Terminator Franchise did you find min blowing and explosive?
For me it would always be Terminator 2: Judgement Day, because of its rich output and story line.