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The IMDb trivia page for the film says it is an allusion to Blade Runner, with one extra titbit of information added: In one scene, Kyle Reese calls the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) a "skin job". This is a nod to Blade Runner (1982), where Rick Deckard's (Harrison Ford's) boss, Bryant (M. Emmet Walsh), refers to the Nexus 6 cyborgs as skin jobs. ...


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I think it's wrong to think about it as a regular release of some major software project. In such big projects, a lot of people are involved in creating the software, which is the reason why a lot of them need to be in the office before a big launch to make sure it goes smoothly. In this timeline however Genisys was mostly created by John Connor/T-3000 and ...


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It didn't, technically, re-activate it. It took control of it. The T-800 didn't have it's programming rebooted. It was instead controlled. Like a puppet. It was only hardware, the T-800 software was gone and never re-activated. The drop of liquid metal was what allowed the robot to remove the visual bullet hole damage and was the anchor so that the T-1000 ...


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