The year is 2029. John Connor, leader of the Resistance continues the War against the Machines.
At the Los Angeles offensive, John's fears of the unknown future begin to emerge when Tech-Com spies reveal a new plot by Skynet that will attack him from both fronts; past and future, and will ultimately change warfare forever. On the verge of winning the war against Skynet, Connor sends his trusted lieutenant Kyle Reese back through time to save his mother Sarah Connor's life and ensure his own existence. However, what Kyle finds on the other side is like nothing he ever expected.
After being orphaned at age 9 by a Terminator, Sarah Connor has since been brought up by another Terminator Model 101 programmed to protect her. This Terminator has then trained her to face her destiny, which she adamantly tries to reject. Now, aided by the reprogrammed old Terminator, Sarah and Kyle together must overcome and survive the T-1000 and an unexpected enemy sent by Skynet from the future to kill them.
- “What I like about Genisys is that it is a clever take on the idea of the reboot/sequel, which really takes advantage of the series’ time travel premise to make things fresh again. Genisys also marks a return to the humor and heart that Arnold brought to the series in Judgement Day.” – Slashfilm
- “Terminator Geniys is an action packed movie with a few comedic moments and touching moments as well. It's a really good movie and there was plenty of suspense and you are on the edge of your seat the entire time while watching it.” – Common Sense Media
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