I've just read this piece of paragraph, and I found the dual meaning in it:

ORIGINAL:
"It was for two people, but Steve carried both of us; we went to class, canteen and on rare occasions to movies like the Terminator zipping away on his kinetic."

ALTERNATIVE 1:
"It was for two people, but Steve carried both of us; we went to class, canteen and on rare occasions to movies, like the Terminator zipping away on his kinetic."

OR

ALTERNATIVE 2:
"It was for two people, but Steve carried both of us; we went to class, canteen and on rare occasions to movieslike the Terminator, zipping away on his kinetic."


Which one is more appropriate? For their meanings are totally different.


Thanks :D


Selviya87