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Terminator: Dark Fate

2019  128 MN




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Tim Miller
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Decades after Sarah Connor prevented Judgment Day, a lethal new Terminator is sent to eliminate the future leader of the resistance. In a fight to save mankind, battle-hardened Sarah Connor teams up with an unexpected ally and an enhanced super soldier to stop the deadliest Terminator yet.

 Release Date

October 23, 2019

 Runtime

2h8m (128 min)

 Budget

$ 185,000,000

 Revenue

$ 261,119,292


 Top Billed Cast

 Linda Hamilton
 Sarah Connor
 Mackenzie Davis
 Grace
 Natalia Reyes
 Daniella "Dani" Ramos
 Arnold Schwarzenegger
 T-800 / Carl
 Gabriel Luna
 Gabriel / REV-9
 Diego Boneta
 Diego Ramos


 Written by

Gale Anne Hurd Characters
James Cameron Characters
Billy Ray Screenplay
David S. Goyer Screenplay
Justin Rhodes Screenplay
James Cameron Story
Charles H. Eglee Story
David S. Goyer Story
Justin Rhodes Story
Josh Friedman Story

 Tagline

Welcome to the day after judgement day

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 Cast

Linda Hamilton
  Sarah Connor
Mackenzie Davis
  Grace
Natalia Reyes
  Daniella "Dani" Ramos
Arnold Schwarzenegger
  T-800 / Carl
Gabriel Luna
  Gabriel / REV-9
Diego Boneta
  Diego Ramos
Tristán Ulloa
  Felipe Gandal
Stephanie Gil
  Young Grace (10yrs)
Tomás Álvarez
  Lucas / Floor Guard
Tom Hopper
  Hadrell
Alicia Borrachero
  Carl's Wife
Enrique Arce
  Dani Ramos's Father
Fraser James
  Major Dean
Diego Martínez
  Cesar Mateo
Kevin Medina
  Pepito
Steven Cree
  Rigby
Matt Devere
  US Border Riot & Locker Officer
Karen Gagnon
  AFB Operator
Neil Corbould
  BBQ Host Dad
Lorna Brown
  US Border - Agent Brenner
Stuart McQuarrie
  Craig - Factory Supervisor
Pedro Hernández
  Foreman Silvio
Peter Schueller
  US Border Gate Officer
Mona Martínez
  Old Street Seller
Samantha Coughlan
  ICE Medic
James Barriscale
  US Border X-Ray Officer
Alejandra Mayo
  Mexican Mum on Train
Iria Calero
  Guatemalan Girl (10yrs)
Tábata Cerezo
  Julia
Nicholas Wittman
  F-35 Pilot
Daniel Ortiz
  Pharmacist
Peter Ormond
  Texas Ranger
Mario de la Rosa
  Mexico City Cop
Zoltán Téglás
  US Border Desk Sergeant
Blair Jackson
  JP
Phillip Garcia
  Rusty
Tarnue Massaquoi
  Zack Hardy
Christine Horn
  Owens
Pete Ploszek
  Ackers
Mark Weiler
  Surgeon
Kacy Owens
  Maggie Curtis
Stephen Oyoung
  Technician Curtis
Anisha Gibbs
  Cohort
Josh Wood
  Pilot #2
Edward Furlong
  John Connor
Geneviève Doang
  Resistance Nurse
Georgia Simon
  Grace's Mother (voice)
Rochelle Neil
  C-5 Co-Pilot (uncredited)
Brett Azar
  T-800 (uncredited)

 Crew


Tim Miller
  Director
James Cameron
  Producer
David Ellison
  Producer
Ken Seng
  Director of Photography
Gale Anne Hurd
  Characters
James Cameron
  Characters
Billy Ray
  Screenplay
David S. Goyer
  Screenplay
Justin Rhodes
  Screenplay
Dana Goldberg
  Executive Producer
Edward Cheng
  Executive Producer
Bonnie Curtis
  Executive Producer
Don Granger
  Executive Producer
John J. Kelly
  Executive Producer
Julie Lynn
  Executive Producer
Tom Holkenborg
  Original Music Composer
Julian Clarke
  Editor
Mindy Marin
  Casting
Lucinda Syson
  Casting
Sonja Klaus
  Production Design
Ngila Dickson
  Costume Design
Derek Vanderhorst
  Sound Designer
Damián Galán Álvarez
  Set Decoration
David Bryan
  Art Direction
Tom Still
  Art Direction
Claire Fleming
  Art Direction
Florian Müller
  Art Direction
Enci Bognar
  Graphic Designer
Geoff Leavitt
  Graphic Designer
Christopher Stanback
  Property Master
Mike Britton
  Set Decoration
Ana Martínez Fernández
  Set Decoration
Nimrod Hajdu
  Set Decoration
Ana Medina
  Set Decoration
Nuria Muni
  Set Decoration
Laura Musso
  Set Decoration
Ana Palazón
  Set Decoration Buyer
Éva Zöld
  Set Decorating Coordinator
Jill Salaver
  Set Decoration Buyer
Dawn Brown
  Set Designer
Fante Zamora
  Set Dresser
Annamária Orosz
  Standby Art Director
Zoltán Virányi-Fontan
  Standby Art Director
Dan Milligan
  Storyboard Artist
Adam Dale
  Aerial Director of Photography
Ben D. Griffith Jr.
  Best Boy Grip
Vilmos Keszler
  Best Boy Grip
Máté Tollay
  Best Boy Grip
Attila Csoboth
  Camera Operator
Ádám Fillenz
  Camera Operator
Karina Silva
  Camera Operator
John Skotchdopole
  Camera Operator
László Bille
  Camera Operator
Virgil Tatu
  Camera Operator
Keith Dunkerley
  Camera Operator
Micky Froehlich
  Camera Operator
Gábor Balda
  Dolly Grip
Máté Bankhardt
  Dolly Grip
Tim Christie
  Dolly Grip
Daniel Pershing
  Dolly Grip
James D. Wickman
  Dolly Grip
Adam Varadi
  Drone Pilot
Chisko Blanco
  Electrician
Béla Rácz
  Electrician
Brian Bartolini
  Gaffer
Attila Bilik
  Gaffer
José Luis Rodríguez
  Gaffer
Guy Micheletti
  Key Grip
Attila Szücs
  Key Grip
Julio Fernández Santa
  Key Grip
Miguel Benavides
  Key Grip
Dhamarata Dhiensuwana
  Key Rigging Grip
John Warner
  Key Rigging Grip
Krisztián Horváth
  Lighting Technician
Alex Narváez
  Rigging Gaffer
King Lanaux
  Rigging Grip
John Curran
  Rigging Grip
Adam Murray
  Rigging Grip
Toby Plaskitt
  Russian Arm Operator
Bruce McCleery
  Second Unit Director of Photography
Christopher TJ McGuire
  Steadicam Operator
Kerry Brown
  Still Photographer
Mark Epstein
  Techno Crane Operator
Bogdan Iofciulescu
  Techno Crane Operator
Emil Kovács
  Video Assist Operator
Cristina Patterson
  Contact Lens Designer
Michael White
  Hair Department Head
Francesco Alberico
  Key Hair Stylist
Kornél Hidas
  Key Hairdresser
Dennis Liddiard
  Key Makeup Artist
Szilvia Homolya
  Makeup Artist
Kate Biscoe
  Makeup Artist
Becky Cotton
  Makeup Artist
Jamie Kelman
  Makeup Artist
Michael Ornelaz
  Makeup Artist
Samantha Ward
  Makeup Artist
Brian Sipe
  Makeup Department Head
Montse Damas
  Makeup Artist
Bill Corso
  Makeup Designer
Rita Horváth
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Pedro Raúl de Diego
  Tattoo Designer
Susana Sánchez
  Makeup Supervisor
Lee Grumett
  First Assistant Director
Paula Casarin
  Script Supervisor
Martina Vazzoler
  Script Supervisor
Libby Dempster
  Assistant Costume Designer
Rachael Webb-Crozier
  Costume Supervisor
Carolina Sapina
  Costumer
Wendy J. Greiner
  Key Costumer
Marina Marit
  Set Costumer
Angel Concepcion
  Wardrobe Supervisor
Georgia Simon
  ADR Voice Casting
Kara Lipson
  Casting Associate
Natasha Vincent
  Casting Associate
Andrés Cuenca
  Casting Associate
Eliseo Ruiz
  Casting Consultant
Zsolt Ferenc Maier
  Extras Casting
Zsuzsa Tóth
  Extras Casting
Veronika Varjasi
  Extras Casting
Alejandro Alvarez
  Extras Casting Assistant
Liz Bernard
  Animation Supervisor
Matt Anderson
  3D Artist
Petr Hepner
  3D Artist
Mike Beaulieu
  Animation Supervisor
Scott Benza
  Animation Supervisor
Nicholas Tripodi
  Animation Supervisor
Eric Petey
  Animation Supervisor
James Hollingworth
  Animation Technical Director
Mathias Lautour
  CG Supervisor
Ebrahim Jahromi
  CG Supervisor
Avi Goodman
  CG Supervisor
Nathan Ortiz
  CG Supervisor
Daisuke Nagae
  CG Supervisor
Martin Cicmanec
  Compositing Supervisor
Ilia Goncharov
  Compositing Supervisor
Michael Melchiorre
  Compositing Supervisor
Vincent Papaix
  Compositing Supervisor
Henrique Moser
  Compositing Supervisor
Amer Alameddine
  Creature Technical Director
Randall Bahnsen
  Creature Technical Director
Gary Wu
  Creature Technical Director
Gem Ronn Cadiz
  Creature Technical Director
Greg Teegarden
  Digital Effects Supervisor
Bill Bridges
  Lead Animator
Alfonso Sicilia
  Lead Animator
Dalmas Rémy
  Lighting Supervisor
Julian Gregory
  Matchmove Supervisor
Evan Fraser
  Matchmove Supervisor
Scott Dace
  Senior Animator
Michael Gilbert
  VFX Editor
Zack Mazerolle
  Visual Effects Editor
Neil Mayo
  Visual Effects Editor
Katrina Taylor
  Visual Effects Editor
Lei Zhang
  Visual Effects Editor
Chloe Feodoroff
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Lane Howard
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Sina Sultani
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Yegor Tesler
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Catherine Lecavalier
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Martine Losier
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Lesly Cazares
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Jacquelyn Racine
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Juliette Lemaire
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Lisa Beroud
  Visual Effects Producer
Thomas Boland
  Visual Effects Producer
Lenka Líkařová
  Visual Effects Producer
Daniel Booty
  Visual Effects Producer
David Fox
  Visual Effects Producer
Jody Wilson
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Eric Barba
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Viktor Müller
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Sheldon Stopsack
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Dan Akers
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jamie Hallett
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jay Barton
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jeff White
  Visual Effects Supervisor
David Seager
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Alex Wang
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Michael S. Harbour
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Harry Mukhopadhyay
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Arek Komorowski
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Marco Maldonado
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Julie Feiner
  ADR Editor
David Betancourt
  ADR Mixer
David Lucarelli
  ADR Recordist
Ben Greaves
  Boom Operator
James Wright
  Dolby Consultant
Skip Longfellow
  First Assistant Sound Editor
Steve Baine
  Foley Artist
Peter Persaud
  Foley Mixer
Mac Ruth
  Production Sound Mixer
Diego Casares
  Production Sound Mixer
Lee Gilmore
  Sound Designer
David Grimaldi
  Sound Designer
Jack Whittaker
  Sound Designer
Lee Orloff
  Sound Mixer
János Csáki Jr.
  Sound Mixer
Tim Gomillion
  Sound Recordist
Tamás Bohács
  Sound Recordist
Andy Nelson
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Craig Henighan
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jim Brookshire
  Supervising Dialogue Editor
Craig Henighan
  Supervising Sound Editor
Neil Corbould
  Special Effects Supervisor
Aaron Cox
  Special Effects Supervisor
Pau Costa
  Special Effects Supervisor
Faye Green
  Special Effects Coordinator
Freddy Bouciegues
  Stunt Coordinator
Jason Chu
  Stunt Coordinator
Caitlin Dechelle
  Stunt Coordinator
Debbie Evans
  Stunt Coordinator
Tim Garris
  Stunt Coordinator
Lance Gilbert
  Stunt Coordinator
Regis Harrington
  Stunt Coordinator
Urs Inauen
  Stunt Coordinator
Mike Massa
  Stunt Coordinator
Jimmy N. Roberts
  Stunt Coordinator
Seon Rogers
  Stunt Coordinator
Cuco Usín
  Stunt Coordinator
Matthew G. Carson
  Additional Editor
Gary Lam
  Assistant Editor
Brian Zwiener
  Assistant Editor
Anna Stalter
  Colorist
Cassandra Howland
  Digital Intermediate
Tim Stipan
  Digital Intermediate Colorist
Carl S.G. Moore
  Digital Intermediate Producer
Jason Schmid
  Music Editor
Zsolt Molnar
  Location Manager
Kinga Trimmel
  Production Accountant
Kolos Trimmel
  Production Accountant
Enric Llopis
  Production Accountant
Kathleen Keller
  Production Coordinator
Joss Skottowe
  Supervising Armorer
Amanda Brand
  Unit Publicist
Stephen Brown
  Sound Recordist
James Cameron
  Story
Charles H. Eglee
  Story
David S. Goyer
  Story
Justin Rhodes
  Story
Amy Johnston
  Stunts
Matteo Veglia
  VFX Production Coordinator
Debbie Evans
  Stunt Double
Ricardo Ferrari
  Location Scout
Josh Friedman
  Story
Billy D. Lucas
  Stunt Double
Shauna Galligan
  Stunt Double
Amy Lynn Tuttle
  Stunts
George Hull
  Concept Artist


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SWITCH.

Leaving ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’, I never felt like they managed to save the franchise, nor overwhelmingly glad this movie exists. It’s an adequate addition in a messy franchise that never reaches the heights of the first two films but is just above the three films before it, and because of this a lot of people will like it much more than they should. It’s not the ‘Halloween’ or even the ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ of the 'Terminator' franchise; it’s a fine follow up, and sadly nothing more.
- Chris dos Santos

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https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-terminator-dark-fate-say-hasta-la-vista-you-wont-want-to-be-back


Manuel São Bento

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When it comes to the Terminator franchise, I share the same opinion as most people. The 1984’s original became a cult classic, and it’s one of the most influential sci-fi/action films of all-time. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is one of the (very) few sequels to such a beloved movie that actually improves on its predecessor, standing as the number one film of the saga, quality- and entertainment-wise. James Cameron left the franchise, and suddenly it all went down the sewer. While Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is still tolerable, Salvation is absolutely terrible, and the reboot, Genisys, failed to change the saga’s history compellingly. So, obviously, even with the return of Cameron to the production team, my expectations were moderately low.

That said, Dark Fate is the best Terminator installment since T2 … which is not saying much. The last two flicks have great casts (from Christian Bale to Emilia Clarke), but their scripts are baffling bad. This time around, the cast has amazing chemistry, and their characters have better dialogue, but it comes at a cost. The last three movies possess stories that are not as captivating or entertaining (or even rational) as the first two films. Dark Fate has a much better screenplay, but again it comes at a cost. What cost is this? Basically, it repeats the exact same bits as The Terminator.

An extremely thin line exists between paying homage to a movie and blatantly copying it. Tim Miller’s team of screenwriters walk that line, stumbling to both sides several times along the way. Some scenes are indeed wonderful nods to the saga’s first two installments, but a lot of other moments (too many, to be honest) are pretty much a copy-paste version of a significant plot point or character development arc from one of those films. In case you’re wondering, this is the reason behind some of the “hate” from both critics and fans all over the world. Nowadays, people are harsher with this sort of homages, and the previously mentioned line is getting thinner and thinner.

Another reason for the divisive opinions is the opening sequence. Don’t worry, I won’t spoil. They simply make a sudden and surprising narrative decision that takes some of T2’s emotional impact, at least without first clarifying why they made such a call. Therefore, I gave the movie a chance to develop its idea, but it doesn’t. It just goes with it, and it never returns to this initial moment. Having this in mind, I understand if people instantly decided to hate the film based on just that very first scene…. Because it really doesn’t have any justification besides “well, we need a story”.

Dark Fate’s screenplay is emotionally resonant, and it’s also packed with (mostly) well-directed action sequences, but it resembles the 1984’s original plot too much. There’s even a direct line from Sarah Connor saying that a particular character is the equivalent of her son, John. This unnecessary and lazy exposition is surprisingly not as used as I expected it to be, but when it occurs, it’s like they chose the lamest, silliest, worse possible moments to place it. However, I can’t deny I actually had fun with the movie.

With a much better script than the last films, the cast was able to not only shine in a few scenes, but their incredible chemistry allowed for outstanding moments. Seeing Linda Hamilton portray Sarah Connor once again is a delight to my eyes, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is an awesome badass with hilarious lines. These two are phenomenal! Nevertheless, Mackenzie Davis steals the show as the enhanced soldier, Grace, especially regarding the action scenes. I don’t think Natalia Reyes offered what her character needed since she’s the protagonist, after all, but she’s able to stand her ground. I did enjoy Gabriel Luna take on the Terminator Rev-9, but I wish he had a little bit of more screentime besides the action.

Tim Miller brings his talented directing chops from Deadpool and applies his action techniques to deliver a lot of entertaining sequences. The VFX team provides with some impeccable CGI, but there are a couple of shots concerning a few speed bursts that should have received better treatment.

All in all, Terminator: Dark Fate is the best Terminator installment since Judgment Day, but it still doesn’t even reach the latter’s heels. It boasts a fantastic cast, with Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to their respective iconic roles, but Mackenzie Davis outshines both with some badass moments and great acting. Natalia Reyes, as the protagonist, is disappointingly fine. Despite the action being well-directed and the screenplay being well-written, it all comes at the cost of essentially replicating the 1984 original’s plot. Some homages are notable, but it’s so identical story-wise that it takes away any sort of surprise, severely lacking creativity. In addition to this, it makes a narrative decision in the opening sequence that removes some of T2’s emotional impact, damaging the saga’s best movie and one of the greatest sci-fi/action films of all-time. I don’t exactly recommend it, but if you’re a fan of the franchise, go see it but with moderate expectations.

Rating: C


JPV852

Pretty good (second) reboot for this long-running franchise with some decent action, respectable enough visual effects (some parts looked off, though) and I did genuinely liked the two new cast members while Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger were fine.

That being said, it's also pretty clear this is not a franchise that needed to have gone beyond the two movies (and I might give leniency to "The Sara Connor Chronicles"). The saving grace is that on the technical front, it was an entertaining popcorn flick but like Genysis (which I also liked tbh), not really sure when I would revisit. **3.5/5**


Matthew Brady

"For John."

'Dark Fate' was meh. I mean it's basically the Force Awakens of the franchise just more cash grab. Like...how many times can they keep alternating T1 & T2, and yet it's astounding that it never ruins the legacy of the series.

Despite all that, it's the third best in the series. At least this movie knows that Terminator is not for kids! I had some engagement in the movie, even through the reason being that it follows a familiar plot line.

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both the stand outs. Hamilton playing a cranky bad-ass and Arnold playing an involved machine that has a life of his own. Mackenzie Davis was surprisingly not as annoying as I thought she will be just from the marketing alone. Her character was straight forward in terms of motivation and can take damage.

Tim Miller really knows how to direct action scenes effectively and in this movie he delivers some grand action set pieces. However, after seeing the movie a few days ago, only a small selection stick to memory.

Gabriel Luna did a decent job playing the new advance Terminator. They took the "Robert Patrick" approach with picking an ordinary looking guy and making him into the biggest threat of humanity. Although it was a bit hard for me to feel threaten by him as throughout the movie he seemed easily out match by pretty much everyone.

I didn't really buy into Dani played by Natalia Reyes as the main "saviour of the future", mainly because of her stiff acting and everytime she holds a gun it's twice her size.

The visual effects at times looked pretty OK, but the rest looked really bad. It really doesn't help when there's close ups on the effects where you can see the fakeness. At times the movie was a little too dark and I don't mean in tone, just whenever it's night time.

Overall rating: Not as great as T1 & T2, but nothing will without James Cameron magic touch.


Gimly

Let it never be said that they aren't trying. Everybody's trying, even the cast, and there was a genuine question mark over the head of that one going in, but people have been trying to make a great _Terminator_ sequel for a very long time, and not a one of them has succeeded at the job since before I was even born, so maybe what we really need, is for the film industry to just stop trying for a little while. Not stop trying to make good movies, just stop trying to make Terminator movies. Like, at all.

_Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._


Kamurai

Great watch, would watch again, and do recommend.

First, time travel is the worst, but it's what allows the premise.

I don't like divergent timelines, but it allows for some interesting scenarios, so when an android that never would have been created kills someone that would had stopped it from existing had it not been erased from existence, I'm a little interested.

The other big difference, and I'm not really opposed, is that they turned this into a women's empowerment movie when it could have just been bad ass women on screen and it wouldn't have slapped the audience so hard. Plus there is a weird parallel there where they still need a "big strong man" to save them, but it's a machines, so the only man a woman really needs is a "machine"? I don't know, I really liked the movie, and I sure wouldn't change the cast, just maybe point it in a more linear direction than the "protect the womb" mislead they threw in to throw shade at the original.

Linda Hamilton is just as bad ass as ever, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is really keeping up too. I love Mackenzie Davis in this: she plays a no-nonsense, dedicated soldier so well.

Unfortunately Natalia Reyes just doesn't sell the character she's supposed to be to me, and Gabriel Luna doesn't quite pop for some reason. Granted the T-1000 has some surprise and charm to it that the REV-9 doesn't quite have just in the nature of it.

I will say the REV-9 does bring a very specific flavor to the action, being 1, 1.5, or even 2 separate characters really has a lot of potential to it, and I do want to see a different story that does intelligence work with a similar concept, but the action this gives is pretty sweet.

And that's where it is special, mostly in the nano-bot effects. Most of the rest of the action is pretty standard, but good, and Mackenzie Davis does such a great job playing up being super powered against such a crazy machine. I do how she joins the Marvel Universe.

Fans of the Terminator franchise, androids, action should like this, though I'll admit it's not a return for formula, but it better than some of the other movies in the franchise.


snunes97

It has its fair share of time travel nonsense and weird timeline stuff, but it's still **so much better than Terminator Genisys**. The cast is pretty good and the action is great to watch. If this is the last Terminator movie, at least it ends on a decent note.


CinemaSerf

Terrible film... the use of CGI was very imaginative (if repetitive) but the acting was wooden and the storyline (?) was pathetic. Better than Hellboy 3 - but a damn close thing...


GenerationofSwine

So right away they kill off John in the most insulting way possible... making everything in 1-3 absolutely worthless.

And then they replaced him with a 115lbs woman who is the new John Conner because... Woke. And the new terminator is a woman because woke.

And the Terminators before this are bad because not woke.

And politics politics politics politics.

And I am sick of politics in my entertainment


Rob

This is a great instalment of the whole Terminator franchise, produced by the only man who counts when it comes to The Terminator, James Cameron. After some more than disappointing additions to the movie lineup, this one is back to what we know, love and want. You can't reinvent the wheel so they don't even try here, they've just re-chromed, polished and added some spinners to the original setup. Dark Fate is simply Judgement Day with modern movie magic and I have no problem with that. And Linda Hamilton as a salty old lady wielding all kinds of assault weapons as if she's almost bored with the whole thing is a treat.



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