Also hello? *echoes*
What's on your mind?
How did Catherine Weaver travel into the future if she's all polymetal?
And what's with that scene in the end where there's a subtle "I love you" sound bite?
The thing I Like most in these terminator movies
Is when the civilans DONT Believe the termintors exist
But later do believe even if its getting killed by one or seeing one
In Dark Fate, the coordinates Carl’s residence are the same has Grace’s tatoo! How Legion’s enemies did know about Carl? Did he give them for the future?
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Taking into account, once again, the following movies in the franchise and how they would both metaphorically and literally butcher this aspect, the characterization of John Connor is the best a Terminator fan could hope for. The legendary resistance leader is not only fearless, heroic, and decisive but he's tested in ways that the franchise has never shown before or since. He isn't a supreme leader even at the height of the war and he fights for the respect of the audience and the other characters rather than just assuming that it's automatically guaranteed.
I just finished reading the I-950 page to refresh my memory about their capabilities. Something occurred to me after I finished the section pertaining to their parthenogenesis protocol: Are male I-950s capable of self-replication similar to that of the females, or do they need a female I-950 in order to produce more? All comments are welcome.
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I told you I'd be back
If the time displacement field only allows living tissue to telravel through time how did the t-1000 and other models travel through time ?
How are T-1000s programmed if they made of liquid metal