The paper "Terminator: The Movie That Changed Everything" is an excellent example of a movie review on visual arts and film studies. Terminator, the movie directed by James Cameron and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger is a milestone movie that created a huge impact on the movie world and the audience globally. The movie was released in the year 1984. It has set an example of how a sci-fi thriller can achieve great success by adding a meaningful story and emotional aspects to the movie and become a cult classic. This movie gained such a huge success that since its release in the year 1984, three sequel parts have been made.
Terminator Salvation is the fourth part which is to be released in the year 2009. The phrase ‘ I will be back’ delivered by Armold Schwarzenegger in the first movie, with no expressions on his face, became so famous that it became a craze amongst the young people and became a part of popular culture all over the world . The movie was such a huge success that it became one of the most profitable film franchises in history.
The movie led to the creation of toys and video games with the name of the terminator. Not only that but the success of the movie led to the making of a whole new genre of the machine-man combination movies like X-Men, The Matrix, The Incredible Hulk, etc. The movie created such an impact on the audience that the people were not satisfied with the movie alone. This led the character of terminator to enter the other forms of entertainment like toys, comics, video games, accessories, and apparel.
It also led to the creation of a Television series named ‘ Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’ . The movie is such a huge success that even after twenty-five years of its release, people are still eager to watch its fourth part, Terminator Salvation.