Terminator and The Matrix two of the most watched and futuristic movies. These movies contain artificial intelligence to solve life-threatening problems. In those movies the robot A.I. takes over and becomes the antagonist of the film. New technology that is being developed is not worth all of the critical dangers and risks that come with it such as, rendering the human race obsolete, unintended side effects, and is very harmful. Technological advancements should not be accessible or usable
James Cameron's 1991 sci-fi film Terminator 2: Judgment Day has many tropes and themes that film theorists love to talk about. There is Sarah Connor's presence as this tough, badass woman who is fighting for hope and humanity in a world that is a male-dominated dystopia. In class, we discussed our thoughts on Laura Mulvey's Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema and the existing norm of sexual difference, the extreme sexualization of women, the "male gaze", and other things such as ideology and seeing
interest in the Terminator until I saw Daenerys Targeryan as Sarah Connor in the latest Terminator: Genisys. To add to the recipe, Arnold Schwarzenegger being funny is something to look forward to. The trailer is very inviting with a preview of the twisted plot, you will want to add the movie to your weekend to-do-list. The Terminator: Genisys takes us back to 1984 where the T-1000 from Skynet is sent to kill Sarah Connor. John Connor sent his right hand man, Kyle Reese, back in time to protect his
John Connor is the leader of the resistance against robots, thses robots are controlled by a virus named, Skynet which was made from the U.S. Government in order to battle cyber wars. Skynet developed a mind of its own and started targeting the humans as a threat to existance. With the access of nuke bombs, Skynet activated every single nuke there was in order to end live on earth. But there were some human survivors who hid from the blasts, once the humans agreed on joining forces to defeat the
Patrick, Edward Furlong, and Linda Hamilton. The movie follows after eleven years after Sarah Connor destroyed the original Terminator that was programmed to kill her when she was pregnant for John. In the Movie Terminator 2, a new and more advanced Terminator called T-1000 (Robert Patrick) was programmed to kill John Connor since the first terminator T-800 failed to kill her. T-1000 is sent to kill John Connor to prevent him from becoming the leader of the human race to victory against
Arnold was pretty epic) and does abundantly more than necessary to garner audience sympathy. By this last part, I am referring to the moniker Sarah calls her Guardian: pops. Moviegoers have affection for Arnold as the T-800, but it seems the screenwriters wanted to do their best by giving him a pet name (which takes away from his intimidation factor) and having Sarah say it at every possible opportunity. Terminator fans love Arnold, and even non-fans have some sense of the affection for him in this role
to kill. The monster keeps on appearing even after it have been killed. The cyborg has red eyes making it look scary. The terminator is systematically killing all women named Sarah Connor that it can find in the telephone directory. It follows by killing Sarah’s mother and police officers in the attempt of killing Sarah Connor.
curious and excited. The reason being is the story had to do with past present and future events. Sarah Connor meet a guy from the future in the first movie. The man she meet was name Kyle Reese who tried to save her from the Terminator. She was being hunted by him until they were able to kill him at the cost of Resee life. She had sex with him before her son. This lead to the birth of her son John Connor in Terminator two who didn't have a father. He and his mother were hunted by a new Terminator.
levels of education, gaining greater independence and in a sense challenging the patriarchal expectations of the time, films began to reflect this change. One of the genres in which this change became the most prevalent was the action film. Sarah Connors in the Terminator films and Ellen Ripley in the Alien films, serve as excellent examples. However, as female heroines become the focus of these narratives, their traditional feminine traits, such as emotional expressivity, tenderness, and passiveness
resistance that attempts to destroy the program; however, they are met with Skynet’s cyborg army. Skynet sends a terminator, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, back in time to destroy Sarah Connor before her son, the leader of the resistance, is born. Kyle Reese is then sent after the terminator and, in conclusion, saves Sarah and destroys the terminator (Terminator). This movie and text are closely related in the sense that a character from either the book or motion picture relate to a character in the