Carnage, Anyone?

Good science fiction bends reality in such a way to encourage questions. The only questions I could see in this movie were ?Can a computer program become self-aware?? ?And if a computer program became self-aware what feeling would it have towards humans??

This is an action movie at heart, so there is no in depth probing into these questions. I suggest A.I. and Bicentennial Man and some episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series for those sci-fi fans wanting more thoughts on artificial intelligence and what it means to be human.

Terminator 3 does not offer any new special effects or technological advance from Terminator 2 when a liquid/solid terminator was introduced. There is a little humor and subtle plot twists but nothing impressive. However, I am interested in seeing what the sequel might be like.

If you do not like science in your fiction, but want to see some destruction, this movie is for you.

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