In the post apocalyptic future, there is no God, only the machines.
Terminator Salvation is pretty much John Conner, Leader of the human resistance against Skynet and the machines, saving his teenage father from the machines. For the Christwire bunker dwelling motherf**kers, in Terminator, John Conner’s father as an adult travels back in time to save Sarah Conner and conceive John Carter. In Terminator 2, Sarah, John, and the Terminator (reprogrammed to protect John) make a preemptive strike on the lab creating Skynet and the day is saved. In Terminator Rise of the Machines, Judgment Day was delayed by the strike, the military took and restored it, the Terminator is sent to save John and his future wife from the nukes.
Judging from the trailers it looks like a decent movie. A low full price or a high matinee from me. Full price and matinee from the guys. To me, the entire Terminator franchise seems like a machine apocalypse training videos rather than movies. Considering the freaking out in 2000 and the upcoming 2012 I can see why they want us to be prepared.
Terminator actually became a stereotype of apocalyptic scenarios. The only unique two are Waterworld and the Wal*Mart apocalypse from Wall-E. In Waterworld, there is no wasteland, 98% of the planet is water and humans began to mutate to adapt to the all water environment. Wall-E’s Wal*Mart apocalypse scenario is pretty much more accurate with how the government wants us to do. Buy stuff, make trash, buy more stuff, and make more trash. It’s ironic since their Buy n Large (Wal*Mart) started that apocalypse, they also saved humanity by sending everybody to space. The only thing that bothered me was after when I saw Life After People by History Channel and at the 700 year mark there would be no buildings, in Wall-E the buildings were still there with the addition of the trash cube buildings. But it’s still a good apocalyptic scenario.
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