The thing I at least like about the Terminator films is that it all falls within the timeframe of the series, instead of just inventing stuff that happens later. Terminator 2 was badass, even though all it showed was the Connors delaying the inevitable. Terminator 3 wasn't as good, but showed the coming of Judgement Day and the beginning of the war.
Now, we come full circle to the actual machine war, and we figure out how the adult Connor actually managed to win. We saw nothing but glimpses of this post apocalypse in any one of the first few films, and now we're thrown into the midst of it.
Yeah, sure, maybe this one will also blow. But hey, nice to get closure.
Good point, always good when you got more old movies to show your kids (when this movies will get old) or perhaps machines will take over till then and I won't have the chance to show them, WHATTTTTTt.
Hmm, you ever thought, if a robot, which is programmed, but with intelligence that he can for example, understand stuff from movies, if he will watch terminator movies, matrix movies etc... maybe he could get a conclusion by himself... a very not good one for us.
Still no one answered me, why did skynet chose humans as its enemy?
Skynet was created to protect humanity... most specifically Americans (since it was an American controlled military installation).
When Skynet was brought online, and given control of the American nuclear arsenal, it began to learn at a geometric rate, and eventually it concluded that the biggest threat to humanity was humanity itself...
Seems stupid, but Skynet figured that in order to protect humanity, they have to destroy it.