[wpsm_dropcap]W[/wpsm_dropcap]elcome to the day after Judgement Day with CGI so realistic, it’s hard to draw the line between what’s real and what’s fake. Also, Mexicans.
I just finished watching an advanced screening of Terminator: Dark Fate which opened in theaters on November 1st, 2019. I’m going to be honest with you: robot killing machines are fucking cool! And the inhumane treatment of illegal immigrants is totally not cool because, ya know, all the main characters are illegal.
Erm, yeah sure, the entire human race may have gone extinct because of robot killing machines but come on, humans are meager and weak while the Rev-9 Terminator model is literally invincible. It’s almost like humans deserve to die except the illegal main characters because that would be wrong.
Director Tim Miller, who is most notably known for films like Deadpool, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, does Terminator: Dark Fate justice with brilliant visuals, academy-award winning acting, and a somewhat compelling story-line that’s only questionable because there’s a lot of scenes involving illegal immigrants crossing the border. There’s even a scene with a bunch of Mexican’s in cages. Also, did I mention? These new terminators are fucking awesome!
My favorite parts are with Carl who is played by a compassionate T-800 robot who so happens to have ruthlessly murdered people which led to the genocide of the human race. Sure, it sounds bad. But look at the bright side. After contemplating his actions, the T-800 developed human-like feelings and honorably defended humans. Robots aren’t mindless killing machines after-all. Robots have feelings too.
So, yeah. There will always be a SkyNet or Legion or whatever they’re calling evil robot corporations these days that need to be ended. Either way, despite all the illegals in this film who managed to somehow make it into the United States and damage all our beloved property; the film was great!
Go see it.