25 Small Details You Missed In The Terminator Franchise
- Published on: Sunday, November 17, 2019
- There Are A Bunch Of Hidden Secrets In The Terminator Movies
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Terminator is one of cinema’s most storied blockbuster franchises. Like the cold unfeeling cyborg from which the movies get their names, the Terminator series started out in a seemingly invincible state. It was impervious to bad press. James Cameron’s storytelling; the performances of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn, and others; and the special effects of Industrial Light and Magic were widely lauded for being some of the best in the business of big budget filmmaking. Then, weaknesses were found and the series was slowly but surely worn down. Whether you loved or hated the movies after Terminator 2, the Terminator series became a victim of its own success, with any reviewers and fans commenting that any sequel after T2: Judgment day wasn’t necessarily... well, necessary.
With the release of Terminator: Dark Fate, the franchise finally returns to its roots, reuniting Linda Hamilton’s Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new version of the T-800. Dark Fate pays tribute to much of what we loved about those first two movies. But, hey, there’s some good to be found in each installment.
Whether it’s the secret insights into the behind-the-scenes magic, the usage of twins as body doubles, the many robot models, the on set injuries, the alternate endings, the wild ideas from the masterful James Cameron, or even Arnold Schwarzenegger’s inspiration for that stripping scene in Terminator 3 - there’s a lot of details to appreciate. Yeah, we spend most of our time talking about the more celebrated Terminator installments, but there’s something in this video for everyone.
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