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Terminator: Dark Fate is a science fiction thriller scripted by David Goyer, Billy Ray Billy Ray is an American director and a screenwrit >> Read More... and Justin Rhodes. The base story is by Justin Rhodes, James Cameron James Francis Cameron is one of the most successfu >> Read More... , Josh Friedman, David Goyer and Charles Eglee. produces the film along with James Cameron. Tim Miller directed the film. The film has the star cast of , Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis Mackenzie Davis is born on 1st of April, 1987. She >> Read More... , Gabriel Luna, Natalaia Reyes and Diego Boneta. Tom Holkenborg composed the music. Ken Seng is the cinematographer and Julian Clarke is the editor. This is the last film for Arnold in Terminator series.
Grace, a soldier from 2042, converted into a cyborg comes to the present era. It comes to save Daniella, who lives peacefully with her family now, who is going to face serious threats. Rev 9 is also from future to finish off Daniella. Rev 9 kills Daniella’s brother and father. Grace fights against Rev 9 and saves Daniella. The reason to target Daniella is that her yet to born son would save the human race from the machines in the future. Carl and Sarah help Grace to save Daniella. Did their effort ends in a positive note? Watch the film in theaters.
Mackenzie Davis is the real hero of the film. She did her job perfectly. Her action and sentiment scenes are much impressive. Arnold and Linda did their supporting roles, well. Gabriel is a perfect choice and he fits in the role well.
The script is good. The characters are designed well. Although Arnold comes only in the second half, he satisfies his fans to an extent with his action dhamaka. The Terminator story lovers could easily catch the story. The artists’ selection is good, especially Mackenzie Davis. The VFX works are perfect and the chasing scenes are impressive. However, something is missing from the previous movies in the series.
What’s Not There?
The film has a lot of interesting action sequences. Although it has a few negative points, the film is watchable once!
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