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TG Minute 55: (110:00 - 112:00) Arnie Holds Down John Connor - Arnie Sinking Into Terminator Slpoog TRIVIA: It was rumored that the following film will be Arnold Schwarzenegger's last as The Terminator. In The Terminator (1984), it was established that Terminators do not just wear living human tissue to blend in. They wear the living human tissue, so they can go through the Time Displacement Field. Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn) surmised that living tissue generates a field necessary for time traveling, as 'nothing dead will go'. In this film, it is added that if a Terminator would go through without living human tissue, or if the metal underneath is exposed, it would quickly heat up the metal akin to a microwave, and blow up along with the Time Displacement Field. With the living human tissue, The Time Displacement Field cannot penetrate the Terminator's endoskeleton. COCK UP’S Near the end of the movie, while "Pops" and Jon fight in the unfinished time machine, Kyle and Sarah are seen using an elevator and entering the safety vault even though it was previously established that Skynet was capable of controlling the whole facility. Why didn't Skynet disable the elevator while Sarah and Kyle were in it? Or deny them access to the safety vault? John Neville (I) (1925–2011) HOMEWORK: The Terminator [Complete Motion Picture Score: The Definite Edition] Brad Fiedel (1984) Hellraiser: Christopher Young (1987) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: [Like Us] TWITTER: [Follow Us] YOUTUBE:…uxyc8yVpMA/videos [Subscribe] iTUNES:…ator/id990214823 [Subscribe] SOUDCLOUD: @2minute-terminator [Subscribe] STITCHER RADIO USA: [Subscribe] Category Entertainment Licence Standard YouTube Licence. 2-MINUTE TERMINATOR & ETHAN MCKINLEY’S QUESTIONABLE [EMC=Q] IS PART OF THE [EMC=Q] NETWORK(S) This is my review of the film and not an upload of the film in its entirety. The clips used are heavily edited and most of them narrated over top of, showing only amounts that are necessary for me to be able to make my points about the film. My review is for purposes of commentary and criticism and is considered Fair Use by both YouTube and Federal Copyright Law. My usage of the clips does not legally require the copyright holder's permission and I have every legal right to upload the heavily edited content. For further proof and information on Fair Use, please refer to: and additionally: Thank you for taking the time to verify the clips to see that my usage does not violate copyright.

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