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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Jonathan Mostow, 2003
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day
(1) The crater (in the pavement) (2) You answered "The hole in the fence," didn't you? The correct answer is "the T1000." Watch the scene again. He turned around right before he was hit. (3) John's foster mom gave the T1000 a picture of her son because she thought he was a cop.
(4) He wasn't wearing his sunglasses. (5) "Its okay mom, he's here to help." That answers the second question, doesn't it?

(6) It turned its attention away from John for a moment to steal a police car. (7) He could pass his hand back and forth through a stream of water from the fountain. (8) Because it was set to "Read only." (9) "I sense injuries. The data could be called pain." (10) He told John, "I know now why you cry, but it's something I could never do... good-bye."


Terminator: Rise of the Machines
She enlarged her breasts when she was pulled over for speeding. Forget the T-850, we'll take one of those.
The energy spheres that were created by the Time Displacement machine generated an enormous amount of heat - enough to kill someone if they got too close. So the person inside must have been shielded in some way. The Terminator's (Arnold
Schwarzenegger) sphere disintegrated the tail-end of a truck. It also left this in its wake. What are we referring to?

2. The officer who found the T1000 (Robert Patrick) near the 6th Street Bridge was one of the lucky ones in that he was only knocked to the ground (and then stripped of his uniform). What was that person looking at when he was hit from behind?

3. The T1000 used the computer in the patrol car it stole to locate John's (Edward Furlong) whereabouts, but it didn't know what its target looked like. That information was acquired through what means?

4. You remember how the Terminator got past the first guard he encountered at the hospital, don't you? So try this one; what was different about his appearance when he left?

5. When the Terminator finally caught up to Sarah (Linda Hamilton), he repeated the words, "Come with me if you want to live." What was the next line of dialogue and whom was it written for?

6. Let's backtrack for a moment to the chapter entitled Time Out. What did the T1000 stop to do in the
scene that exemplified its ability to remain inconspicuous?

7. Picture this scenario: It's your first day as an assistant director on a film that parodies all of the great robot and cyborg flicks. The script you're shooting from includes the following scene: A cyborg that resembles the T1000 from Terminator 2 walks towards a locked gate. It seems confused and forgets for a moment that it can reshape its body at will. That would explain why it starts shouting every expletive in the book as it tries to squeeze its head through the bars. Cut to a character named Dr. Silverstein who we see drinking from a water fountain a few yards away. When he turns around to see what all the commotion is about he can't help but laugh - how stupid can someone be, he wonders? What could that character do with the props we gave you to mock the cyborg?

8. Part of the Terminator's scalp had to be removed before Sarah could access its neural-net processor. Why did it have to be reset?

9. If a droid can feel pain (see Return of the Jedi), a cybernetic organism might be able to, as well, depending upon how advanced it was. How did
the Terminator answer that question for John?

10. It took a grenade launcher and a vat of molten steel to finally stop the T1000. For the Terminator, the story ended in a slightly different way because it couldn't self-terminate. What were his last words?
Want to sell us on an upgrade over the T-800 cyborg we currently own? Let's see one catch a bullet with its teeth. That was how Kate (Claire Danes) discovered that the T-850 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) was a cybernetic organism. How did the viewer discover that the T-X (Kristanna Loken) could alter its appearance at will?
James Cameron, 1991