Terminator: Dark Fate

critic Reviews

71% Fresh Tomatometer Score71%
  • Terminator: Dark Fate represents a significant upgrade over its immediate predecessors, even if it lacks the thrilling firepower of the franchise's best installments.
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    John NguyenNerd Reactor
    [The Terminator franchise] keeps doing this over and over again, and I'm tired of it.
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    Mathew DeKinderSuburban Journals of St. Louis
    "Terminator: Dark Fate" has its problems, but for fans of the franchise who like their action relentless and forceful, it more than holds its own.
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    Bob GrimmReno News and Review
    This should end the whole Terminator thing, right?
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    Mark JacksonEpoch Times
    This latest terminator that can be machine-gunned into different puddles of black goo, which can locate its other black goo puddles and then morph back into a carbonite skeleton? Like Scarlett Johansson in "Lucy," and Tom Hardy in "Spawn"? Yawn.
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    Katherine MonkEx-Press.com
    It's a pile of sizzling schmaltz by the final frames, but how better to defeat a black blob of evil? Dark Fate doesn't reinvent the war, but by inflecting the film with a feminine world view, it exploits a new power surge coursing through the body politic
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    Tim BrennanAbout Boulder
    As sequels go, Dark Fate is pretty good, a perfectly fun time at the movies.
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    Matthew ToomeyABC Radio Brisbane
    The standout ingredient in this film is the return of Linda Hamilton.
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    Matt BrunsonFilm Frenzy
    In this instance, familiarity doesn't breed contempt as much as it fosters complacency.
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    James KendrickQ Network Film Desk
    a profoundly female-centric action film, one that is committed to flipping the script on action-movie gender politics in almost every way possible, but without doing so in a way that feels forced or didactic
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    Chris KnightNational Post
    And yet, sandwiched in the middle, the screenplay manages a few deep thoughts about the nature of free will, forgiveness and retribution, much of it channeled through Schwarzenegger's character.
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