I assume he means Man and it's creation, machines. Man created the computers and created the machines, which are built to have a responsibility (for example, SkyNet was created to wipe out a deadly computer virus across the world). Leave that creation unchecked, and things can go unexplainably wrong (SkyNet becoming self-aware, turning on mankind), resulting in our undoing.
I suppose T3's message was if you prepare and plan to do something, that something has to happen first before you can do that no matter how bad it is, if that makes any sense. I guess that's been the underline message of all three films though.
Salvation looks like it's full of action backed up by a very good story line. I hope I haven't jinxed it by saying that.
If people go to watch Salvation with an open mind, I think it can do the right job. I've grown to accept T3. It doesn't fit in with The Terminator or T2 Judgement Day but hey, it's given us the chance to see the war.
It's like in Terminator's CPU there's a list of commands that he cannot do...And because he has understood the meaning of crying (finally), it's jumped to the top of his list of "not to do" list (or maybe it's just behind self terminating).
Yeah, it begs the question - did the T-800 start to feel emotion or did it just understand why people cry? I'm sure it's the latter but it's nice to slightly think he felt a bit upset too and therefore wanted to cry.
I used to act out that scene with my sister (lol!). Now that is sad, but for the wrong reasons.
Man, I wish that "T4" footage shown at Comic-Con was available on the internet; I read a breakdown of what was shown over at www.empireonline.com, and it sounded very cool indeed (and the reaction to it appears to have been overwhelmingly positive!) .
The teaser trailer that *has* been released also looks most promising. In fact, without wishing to jump the gun, based on everything I've seen/heard in relation to the movie so far, it seems that McG could very well follow in the footsteps of people like Daniel Craig and Heath Ledger; both had their doubters to begin with, but ultimately drew great praise for their work (as James Bond and the Joker respectively).
I'm still hoping, though, for a secret cameo appearance from the Governator himself ...
Ahnold Sez: (From "The Expendables 2"): "My *shoe* is bigger than this cahr!"