Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate


Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton reunite for the sixth Terminator film, ignoring the sequels following T2: Judgment Day. Tim Miller (Deadpool) directs, and James Cameron returns to the franchise to make his presence felt as producer and one of the writers.... More

A young woman in Mexico City, Dani (Natalia Reyes) is targeted for termination. As well as the shapeshifting Terminator in pursuit (Gabriel Luna), Dani has a time-traveling protector in the form of Grace (Mackenzie Davis). Fleeing from the seemingly unstoppable machine, the human pair encounters Sarah Connor (Hamilton), still reeling from the events that followed the second Terminator film, and soon another familiar, if slightly older, face will join them.Hide

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  • If you can overlook just how glibly the game board has been reset... what follows has much to recommend it. Full Review

  • Easily the third-best Terminator film, which is more of a compliment than it sounds. It's great to have Hamilton back in this role, but she's ably matched by Reyes and Davis. Full Review

  • By the time the movie's ready to kill its latest-greatest villain, fans have gotten a fine lesson in the perils of sequel-making one-upmanship. Full Review

  • Sometimes it doesn't take much to revitalise a dead intellectual property. Sometimes all it takes is a movie in which "Hasta la vista, baby" isn't the extent of the characters' Spanish. Full Review

  • The Terminator franchise has come clanking robotically into view once again with its sixth film - it absolutely will not stop - not merely repeating itself but somehow repeating the repetitions. Full Review

  • Linda Hamilton makes a welcome return in a 'true' T2 sequel that doesn't skimp on the action. But Judgment Day this ain't. Full Review

  • The new movie earns its lavishly staged action (and its emotions, too), because no matter how violently baroque its end-of-days vision, its storytelling remains tethered to the earth. Full Review