Terminator: Dark Fate / Tim Miller (2019). James Cameron returns to the Terminator franchise (as producer) for the first time since “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991) and in doing so he relegates all intervening movies to an alternate universe. “Dark Fate” picks up the story several years after the end of “Judgment Day.” Another time traveler from a Skynet controlled future returns to 21st century Mexico City. She is not a cyborg but an “enhanced human” named Grace (Mackenzie Davis). Her mission is to protect a young woman named Dani (Colombian actress Natalia Reyes) from a Terminator, a new REV-9 (Gabriel Luna). And who should show up but Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) who sympathizes with Dani’s situation. Oh, yeah, and Arnie's back like he said he would be. The movie is long and, again, noisy which tested my patience, but is ultimately very moving and surprising. Good reveal at the end.
I don't think you fully understand, Mr. Bigelow. You've been murdered.