Arnold Schwarzenegger has reprised his role as T-800 in the latest instalment in the Terminator franchise.
Terminator Dark Fate picks up right where the first film finishes, ignoring all the other films in-between.
The movie sees the actor joined by Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, as well as a number of new faces including Gabriel Luna as a new-and-improved T-1000 and Mackenzie Davis who plays soldier Grace.
Terminator Dark Fate UK release date and age rating
Terminator Dark Fate Is showing in UK cinemas now and carries a 15 age rating.
It has so far received an approval rating of 60 percent from 35 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, while on Metacritic it’s been given the score of 55 from 22 evaluations.
Critics unanimously praised Hamilton’s performance, with one claiming it was the actress – not Schwarzenegger – who was the ‘key ingredient’ to the action film.
How many Terminator films have there been?
Terminator Dark Fate is the sixth instalment in the Terminator franchise, and the first in four years.
Filmmaker James Cameron has revealed he is keen to turn the latest instalment into a trilogy if it were to storm the box office.
He said: ‘We spent several weeks breaking story and figuring out what type of story we wanted to tell so we would have something to pitch Linda [Hamilton].
‘We rolled up our sleeves and started to break out the story and when we got a handle on something we looked at it as a three-film arc, so there is a greater story there to be told.
He added: ‘If we get fortunate enough to make some money with Dark Fate we know exactly where we can go with the subsequent films.’
The original Terminator film was released in 1984 and was followed by Terminator: Judgement Day seven years later.
In 2003, the third film Terminator: Rise of the Machines was released followed by Terminator Salvation in 2009 and Terminator Genisys six years later in 2015.