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[Friday-17] Terminator Salvation (2009)

The End Begins

Terminator Salvation ROCKS!!! I was dumbfounded and in awe. Simply AWESOME!!! Check out its official website, very robotic.

I guess everybody has watched it, so I'll just put up informative links, photos and some inspirations.

Skynet (Machines or artificial intelligence) versus Resistance (Human Survivors of Judgment Day). What's the difference between machines and human beings? I remembered two things. First, we bury our dead (spoken by the young Kyle Reese). Second, we have a heart. Try to pay attention to Marcus Wright's cyborg character and the matter of heart (both physical and symbolical).

John Connor said, "I'll be back." This is classic. Remember Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Terminator? Towards the end of the movie, John Connor radioed to other remaining Resistance fighters that though this battle has been won, the war is far from over. I sense a sequel. ;)

Now, let's take a look at Skynet's Machines.

Note: Photos taken and photoshopped from
Terminator Salvation (IMDb).

It almost killed John Connor. :(

Slow, clumsy, and stupid. :P

Love them! Fast, furious, will exterminate human pests, kamikaze-style. XD

Hunter Killer (HK)
Reminds me of Transformers' Starscream. LOL!

Another big and clumsy fella but hard to destroy. It's always accompanied by Hunter Killer and Aerostats. Ewww... How could the human win?

These eel-like robots stay underwater. In this photo, John Connor and his army captured one of these Hydrobots to conduct some testing.

Marcus Wright
Cyborg. This character has greater impact to the movie, compared to John Connor. His sacrifice is remarkable!

Kyle Reese
OH!!! So Anton Yelchin also stars in Star Trek as Pavel Chekov. Remember how this character's accent provides some of the film's comic relief, such as his having to slowly pronounce commands because the computer has trouble understanding his mispronunciations of the letter V, for example his efforts to pronounce "Victor" coming out "Wicktor"? Hahaha! In Terminator Salvation, Anton Yelchin speaks good English. XD

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