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How Terminator: Dark Fate Undermined The Entire Franchise

The main thrust of the first three Terminator movies is that John Connor’s birth and survival is absolutely essential to humanity prevailing over machines. This extends to Kyle Reese impregnating John’s mother Sarah and protecting her in the first Terminator. Yet, Terminator: Dark Fate makes clear that without John in the picture, a new person became destined to lead the human resistance—in this case, Dani Ramos. After five movies that were in some respect about the Connors, Dark Fate reveals that the Connors were essentially nothing more than replaceable pieces in a chess game.

Along those same lines, the main thrust of Terminator 2 and Terminator 3 is the desire of Sarah and John Connor to try and alter the course of history by preventing Judgment Day and the emergence of Skynet as a world power. While Dark Fate ignores Terminator 3, it canonizes the idea that Sarah and John did indeed prevent Judgment Day, even if a stray T-800 already sent back was able to find and kill John. Then it immediately makes all their efforts to do so for naught by having Legion emerge in Skynet’s place. In other words, the Terminator timeline is apparently destined to always lead to a war between humans and a malevolent A.I., and a human savior will always emerge. If that’s the case, everything that happened in the five Terminator movies prior to Terminator: Dark Fate was basically pointless wheel-spinning.


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How Terminator: Dark Fate Undermined The Entire Franchise

The main thrust of the first three Terminator movies is that John Connor’s birth and survival is absolutely essential to humanity prevailing over machines. This extends to Kyle Reese impregnating John’s mother Sarah and protecting her in the first Terminator. Yet, Terminator: Dark Fate makes clear that without John in the picture, a new person became destined to lead the human resistance—in this case, Dani Ramos. After five movies that were in some respect about the Connors, Dark Fate reveals that the Connors were essentially nothing more than replaceable pieces in a chess game.
Along those same lines, the main thrust of Terminator 2 and Terminator 3 is the desire of Sarah and John Connor to try and alter the course of history by preventing Judgment Day and the emergence of Skynet as a world power. While Dark Fate ignores Terminator 3, it canonizes the idea that Sarah and John did indeed prevent Judgment Day, even if a stray T-800 already sent back was able to find and kill John. Then it immediately makes all their efforts to do so for naught by having Legion emerge in Skynet’s place. In other words, the Terminator timeline is apparently destined to always lead to a war between humans and a malevolent A.I., and a human savior will always emerge. If that’s the case, everything that happened in the five Terminator movies prior to Terminator: Dark Fate was basically pointless wheel-spinning.

#Terminator #Dark #Fate #Undermined #Entire #Franchise

How Terminator: Dark Fate Undermined The Entire Franchise

The main thrust of the first three Terminator movies is that John Connor’s birth and survival is absolutely essential to humanity prevailing over machines. This extends to Kyle Reese impregnating John’s mother Sarah and protecting her in the first Terminator. Yet, Terminator: Dark Fate makes clear that without John in the picture, a new person became destined to lead the human resistance—in this case, Dani Ramos. After five movies that were in some respect about the Connors, Dark Fate reveals that the Connors were essentially nothing more than replaceable pieces in a chess game.
Along those same lines, the main thrust of Terminator 2 and Terminator 3 is the desire of Sarah and John Connor to try and alter the course of history by preventing Judgment Day and the emergence of Skynet as a world power. While Dark Fate ignores Terminator 3, it canonizes the idea that Sarah and John did indeed prevent Judgment Day, even if a stray T-800 already sent back was able to find and kill John. Then it immediately makes all their efforts to do so for naught by having Legion emerge in Skynet’s place. In other words, the Terminator timeline is apparently destined to always lead to a war between humans and a malevolent A.I., and a human savior will always emerge. If that’s the case, everything that happened in the five Terminator movies prior to Terminator: Dark Fate was basically pointless wheel-spinning.

#Terminator #Dark #Fate #Undermined #Entire #Franchise


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