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The Terminator The Terminator film series was the tremendous popular success in USA for a few reasons First I think its because the main character Arnold was very poplar at that time because hes so masculine most audience want to see him Second I think because the producer spent a lot money on the advertisement So were all impressed by the image of Arnolds outlook Also they made a lot toys about this movie such as the robot So were all influenced by this movie deeply The Terminator film suggests to me that the state of humanity in the United States is weakening Since technology is developing very good and fast in todays United States we cant live without any kind of technology Then we become not to aware about some aspects of humanity For instance we have new technology of nuclear power We know that its a very powerful energy source and very useful especially when we have the energy crisis now But why dont we take action now and build up more nuclear power stations I think its because we know that there are some hidden problems in this new technology We know that nuclear power is not easy to control and manage well so we try to avoid any tiny mistake We heard a lot news about the nuclear radiation was exposed and killed a lot people Thats what I want to point out when we cannot control the technology well completely we are the ones who get hurt or kill under new technology The Terminator film suggests that a conflict between humanity and technology is inevitable because our technology is developing so fast and advanced In the film we know that technology took over the world in the future But in the reality we never known who is the boss of the world in the future Comparing The Terminator with both 2001 A Space
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