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‘The Terminator’ To Be Archived

 

The Associated Press reported today that James Cameron’s The Terminator has been selected for entry into the National Film Registry archive preserving it for other generations to see.  The purpose of the registry which was established by Congress in 1989 is to help showcase America’s cinema history and heritage.  Some may wonder to the exact reason why The Terminator was selected along with this year’s other entries, but I have my own opinion on the matter.  I have a feeling that after the Great Robot War is over future historians will have something to look back on and pinpoint why we allowed our metal masters to take over in the first place. 

 

 

Terminator To Be Preserved In US Film Registry (A360)

 

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