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terminator

(tûr′mə-nā′tər)
n.
A sequence of nucleotides that signals the end of transcription or translation and the completion of the synthesis of a nucleic acid or protein molecule.
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Some of the dialogue doesn't sit well with Bale's style of acting, but the Terminator series was never known for its subtleties.
Terminator: Salvation has all that you would want and expect from a Terminator film - guns, explosions and plentiful action.
Christian Bale stars as John Connor, the man fated to lead the human resistance against Skynet and its army of Terminators in Terminator Salvation
But not even an arsenal of dazzling special effects and visually stunning set pieces is enough to help this movie reach anywhere near the bar set by Terminator 1 and (especially) 2.
And, by the time he's trying to reinvent cinema as we know it, Terminator Salvation will have long been forgotten.
For the record, these advanced Terminators still stick to the old method of throwing people around rooms rather than breaking necks - odd that robotic killing skills are so poor, but at least it stretches out the action.
This is the fourth movie in a series of Terminator films, which originally stared Arnold Schwarzenegger, the current governor of California.
Spin-off books can be dire, but T2 Infiltrator keeps the action high as it continues the Terminator story following the events of the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Needless to say, Ah-nold's Terminator has its work cut out for it if Connor and, by extension, humanity is to survive.
With Terminator, which is genetically programmed to sterilize its own seed, companies would be able to develop high-value seed without watching their investments being buried, like the proverbial 40 talents, in the ground.
AFTER three Terminator movies featuring the legend that is Arnold Schwarzenegger, it's Christian Bale who now takes over the title role.