Terminator Your Parents Are Dead

A T-1000 Robot Kills Your Parents

A T-1000 robot kills your parents. While that might not be the first thing that pops into your head, you may have heard of the t-1000, or the liquid metal Terminator. The Terminator is a robotic entity developed by Skynet, the intelligence agency of the future. Although not as aesthetically pleasing as its predecessor, it has the requisite powers of discipline and self-awareness to complete its mission.

Among the numerous sequels and spin-offs in the teeming franchise, Terminator 2 ranks as one of the most memorable. For one thing, it was the highest grossing of the series, and the third best overall. Despite its modest success, it remains the foundation for a franchise that continues to this day. One of the film’s most important achievements was its transition from practical effects to computer generated imagery. As a result, the film ushered in a new era of visual storytelling. It was also the start of a long string of award-winning films that include the Oscar winning film Independence Day, the blockbuster sci-fi flick Blade Runner, and the action-packed reboot of the Transformers franchise. Moreover, it was the precursor to a slew of TV shows and video games. In addition, the film helped to solidify James Cameron’s legacy as one of the most prolific screenwriters of all time.

On the other hand, the film’s one-screen, one-man show has been abandoned by its starring actor, John Connor, who is now a video game aficionado. To his credit, he isn’t a fan of his adoptive family, but he doesn’t hold the same opinions about their sex.

The T-1000’s reprogrammed cousin, the T-800, makes the cut. The machine is a bit more of a brute force than its counterpart, and it’s also a notch down on the technologically savvy competition. However, the aforementioned liquid metal Terminator is not all it’s cracked up to be, as its awe-inspiring abilities are less than satisfactory. Fortunately, the aforementioned T-800 reprogrammed to look human makes a heroic escape from the evil robot.

Ultimately, the Terminator sequel proved to be the highest grossing of its ilk, and the franchise would eventually go on to sell more than a billion copies worldwide. Even if the latest installment, Terminator Genisys, wasn’t up to the task of the original, the film still stands as one of the most entertaining sci-fi/horror flicks of all time. From its edgy action to its quirky characters, the movie stands as a testament to the power of storytelling.

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