The first battle between humans and artificial intelligence company SkyNet is about to occur. The intent to eliminate John Connor (Nick Stahl), a leader of men, the machines send a Terminator cyborg again at his heels: TX (Kristanna Loken). To protect him once more the T-800 cyborg (Arnold Schwarzenegger) back to the scene.
The director James Cameron revealed when he learned that the Terminator series would win a third party who did not like the idea since the franchise started by him – both as writer and director – the film should have ended in the second part, both would not take part in this third film. Indeed it seemed strange at the end of the first movie, the Terminator destroys Skynet’s technology lab, the technology shares were the first “Terminator” movie, which would be used to produce modern military weapons. I did not think the third part dispensable, the Terminator had only postponed the day of final adjudication, someday humans would develop these weapons alone. And the Skynet virus would dominate these weapons. The doomsday was inevitable really, just think about it. The 2003 production was not anything amazing, great action, as well as special effects and sound. Excellent!
I like cars, and when I saw the movie “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines“, two of the machines that I see on the dramatic action are the Toyota Tundra pickup truck and the Lexus SC430 hardtop convertible.
Please see the screenshot below:
(Lexus SC430 – click to enlarge)
Used during the Terminatrix introduction scene in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, the unfortunate Lexus meets its end shortly into the movie in the vetrinary clinic’s parking lot. The Lexus SC430 is put into action early in the movie when audiences are introduced to Kristanna Loken, who plays the villainous Terminatrix. In a deal with Warner Bros. pictures, Toyota and Lexus supplied the vehicles for the top characters to pilot during dramatic chase scenes.
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