This could possibly be because of its close relation with exaggerated masculinity and technology. This in turn portrays the ideal description of a fascist male soldier as an invulnerable armored fighting machine. In reality, masculinity is flawed and comes in different ways, but the Terminator movies illustrate a fetishized, glorified version that is more desirable. In Terminator 2, the Terminator serves as an idealized symbol of phallicism that is reliant on obsession with technology, in order to avoid any concern or misconception male spectators might face with regards to the future expectation of emasculated masculinity. Regardless of this fantasy of fetishisation, castration is still quite prominent.
The T-101’s death affirms the plight of the humans against the machines. His emotionally charged death can be seen as the loss of John’s father figure as he is at this point considered human. Roy’s death can only be seen as the Replicants being more human than the humans in the film which is a triumph for the Replicants. Terminator 2’s message about the importance of family does not translate to Blade Runner as the humans are devoid of family in the context of the film and the Replicant family is destroyed. Although the films use similar process to develop the T-101, T-1000, and the Replicants, the audience cannot thematically connect the two films because their messages are so different.
Seth Sadler Hajime Isayama the creator of attack on titan is very popular for having a vivid imagination that he uses in this story though avenging everyone because of the titans.The main character Erin Yeager has a special abilities that only 4 others can use which is titan morphing [turning into a titan and being able to go back to a human] at first though he couldn't control the power of the titan and almost hurt his sister in titan form which surprised everyone but he gets control every now and then and uses it to protect or avenge his friends and family.Mikasa Akerman [Erin Yeagers sister] is very brave and powerful and can fight many titans at once.The smiling titan,the worst memory of a titan and the saddest story,this one titan was
The movie The Terminator is about a cyborg that is sent from the future to kill a woman named Sarah Connor who will give birth to a rebel leader in the near future. However a human was sent from the future as well, and his one and only job is to protect the mother of the future Rebel leader. Due to the story line and the acting this movie has gotten very good reviews and many
The cyborg bartender ‘Ratz’ is described with a “pink plastic” (Gibson, Neuromancer, 1984) glove that against the darkened setting of the first setting puts very artificial taste to the mood. In discussion about cybernetic enhancements you see so many examples of this in films including ‘Robocop’ , ‘The Matrix’  or more recently in ‘Blame’  or Ghost in the Shell . With the exception of Robocop that has taken the cyborg enhancements to the extreme these films have merged the enhancements for a poetic effect particularly ‘The Matrix’ being one of the most true cyberpunk films has followed the original style with it’s organic shape and black colours that have made the machines in this world almost appear biological and thus the inclusion of the human mix have fitted so well to human biology it’s unsettling yet subtle, in fig. you see Neo’s spine that has been so elegantly patterned with smaller machinery. This plays so well with the aesthetic as well to the narrative because of the unsettling nature and relevance to how connected humans are to machine in present