This guest post by Liz LaBrocca appears as part of our theme week on Dystopias. In particular, Sarah Connor, damsel in distress turned warrior, has been reduced to a quippy, bland plot device instead of the powerful ready-made warrior she could have been. As their brief love is budding, she bandages one of his wounds. In the end, he sacrifices himself in his best effort to save her and she is left to carry his child, future resistance leader John Connor, and the heavy burden of preparing both of them for the coming nuclear apocalypse. In T2we jump ten years into the future where John Connor is a wayward teenager, living in a foster home while Sarah is institutionalized for paranoid delusions.
The Terminator franchise was never about John Connor. Not really. To its credit, Terminator: Dark Fate gets that. It even calls her Mother Mary, but, you know, with a shotgun. Twenty-eight years after James Cameron and audiences said goodbye to the only Sarah Connor who mattered, Linda Hamilton returns to her legendary character.
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