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Terminator 2: Judgment Day
USA, France
Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
James Cameron
Arnold Schwarzenegger as Terminator
Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor
Edward Furlong as John Connor
Robert Patrick as T-1000
Earl Boen as Dr. Peter Silberman
Joe Morton as Miles Dyson
S. Epatha Merkerson as Tarissa Dyson
Castulo Guerra as Enrique Salceda
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Janelle Voight
Xander Berkeley as Todd Voight
Ken Gibbel as Douglas
Robert Winley as Cigar-Smoking Biker
Peter Schrum as Lloyd
Jenette Goldstein as Janelle Voight
Storyline: Nearly 10 years have passed since Sarah Connor was targeted for termination by a cyborg from the future. Now her son, John, the future leader of the resistance, is the target for a newer, more deadly terminator. Once again, the resistance has managed to send a protector back to attempt to save John and his mother Sarah.
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really awesome.
this movie was probably the best in the terminator trilogy. it made me jump up at certain scenes. arnold should win an Oscar. this film showed me more about how the terminator really is. i didn't think he would protect anyone but himself. but, in t2 he proved me wrong. this movie had the best action scenes. when the terminator attacked the t-1000 with his shotgun i knew who was gonna win. whenever the t-1000 was shot with a powerful weapon in the head it would regenerate. i found it cool but upsetting that the terminator couldn't do that. i also loved the way the movie ended because it showed that the terminator also had a caring side to him. i screamed yeah! when the t-1000 was thrown into the lava. when arnold went into the lava i was upset but i knew there would be a sequel. overall everyone in this movie was terrific. catch me at my next review.
A Must See
This movie completely changed cinema. It was one of the first modern sequels to greatly improve on it's predecessor in every way. At the time of it's release it was the most expensive movie yet; and unlike today every dollar can be seen on screen.

The story, for not just an action film or a sci-fi film, is superb. Terminator 2 does not follow a typical sequel formula and the audience is greatly rewarded for it. James Cameron shows his uncanny craftsmanship in every frame. Each key character is given motivation and development that complement the direction of the movie. The performances in T2 are chilling, both Hamilton and Morton should have received academy award nominations for their efforts.

I have seen this film countless times, and have been rewarded by the special effects each viewing. When I first saw it in 1991, every effect was cutting edge. There was nothing like it and that was part of why it was so successful financially. Since that time effects have jaded viewers. I find that after Jurassic Park, CGI effects became too mainstream and you can see that many films turn into a rush job. T2 was a pioneer effort and so the effects are given the utmost attention.

I have to mention Arnold Scharzenger. With Arnold you get to see a cyborg performance that only he can do so well. You also are insured that that action scenes will be spectacular. Arnold has an on screen presence that most do not appreciate.

Other praises go to Stan Winston with his creature effects, and all other technical efforts in the movie. This movie also has the smoothest sound editing ever to complement the most outrageous chase scenes on the big screen. Today so many chases are noticeably computer crafted, and to me that takes the audience out of the action. Here we see real buildings,vehicles, and people with amazing results.

This is the first action movie to take a chance on an highbrow storyline, by giving characters rational thoughts. It raises questions on the effects that artificial intelligence could have on the world; while providing an exciting median for fans of action and sci-fi. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a great watch for any mature audience.
Best action movie ever!
I have seen this movie in the cinema in 1991. I was blown away, even because I had not seen Terminator 1. Even T1 was great, but T2 was the best! I bought the extended DVD and I loved the extended version of T2. There were scenes cut out of the movie what made the story more understandable.

Schwarzenegger and Patrick gave a remarkable performance as a terminator. I did not like Schwarzenegger in T3, he did not have to make that movie. T3 was a great disappointing.

I like the fact they did not go for the alternate ending with the old Sarah Connor. The original ending with the highway road was much better. I liked Linda Hamilton even when she was the beauty in beauty and the beast. She is one of my favorite actresses, and unfortunately highly underrated.

I liked Furlong very much, his drug history is a waste of talent. I hope he'll come back. There was something I did not understand. In the interviews I heard that all terminators would have the look of Schwarzenegger. Did is wrong, because in T1 Reese gets a dream of a terminator coming into their bunker, but it wasn't Schwarzenegger.

The idea of the terminator with skin around the metal skelet is that a normal man cannot see that it is a terminator. When you make all terminators with the (outside) look of Schwarzenegger, it would not be a disguise anymore.

T1 and T2 were great, T3 was very wrong. Schwarzenegger was not convincing anymore. I'm curious about T4,5 and 6 with Bale. Although I think no one can replace Schwarzenegger, I think it is time for some new flesh. Schwarzenegger has left the building. I don't know why Nick Stahl played John Connor in T3, that was such a miscast! I hoped for the actor who played a few seconds John Connor in T2 (Michael Edwards), to let him be the Connor in T3. But no, nobody asked for my opinion. ;-) Schwarzie, if Stallone can make films at his age, even you can. You are not the guy for politics. You have to make T3 up for your fans. T3 sucked big time! I hope you'll be back in T4. Don't let Batman get you.
The best and most memorable film I have ever seen
There are many people who call T2 the best sequel to date, others claim it is the best SciFi flick they've ever watched, but I would like to say: I never felt as privileged to be shown a movie as with this one. There are of course the more obvious fields in which this film excels, like mind-blowing special effects (especially for the time when it came out) and acting at its best (thanks Linda!), but there is so much more to it! A unique, original and very becoming soundtrack, cinematography that makes every still a picture to be hung in a living room and James Camerons virtually unmatched direction. All these factors combined would make a fantastic movie alone, but this one's got more: Heart, love and an unforgettable story. To see that so much emotion, reason and art can be expressed through a movie of the SciFi/Action genre that is stunning and entertaining at the same time - this is the ultimate joy of being into the movies.
This is the sequel that dreams are made of.
Normally when people tell you about a sequel that was better than the original or just as good, Terminator 2 is always guaranteed to be in their list; why? Because this is THE action movie of all action movies, next to Die Hard, this is the movie that isn't just about the action as well, but has an incredible story and message behind it that will always stay with you. Terminator 2 like the first Terminator film has memorable lines, moments, and incredible effects. This is the film that made you believe in "liquid metal" machines. Robert Patrick's performance is flawless, to be honest I found him a million times more terrifying than Arnold in the first Terminator, because Robert looks like this normal average guy, but he's not like Arnold where he gets shot and you can clearly see he's a terminator, Robert goes back to human looking and won't stop. Not only that you don't know how to stop him. Linda Hamilton returns and gives a great performance as Sarah Conor who is no longer a meek little girl, she has turned into a strong woman who will do anything to protect her son and the future. Arnold is back and he's better then ever! No wonder in the future they made several terminators that look like him, he's great entertainment.

Eleven years after Sarah Connor destroyed the original Terminator that was programmed to kill her, two Terminators arrive in Los Angeles from the year 2029. The first is a Terminator identical to the one that Sarah first encountered, while the second is a new model which assumes the identity of a police officer. John Connor is now a 10 year old living with foster parents. Sarah's experiences have made her tougher and more vigilant, but also desperate to warn humanity about the coming apocalypse. After attempting to bomb a computer factory, Sarah is arrested and remanded to the Pescadero State Hospital for the Criminally Insane under the supervision of Dr. Silberman. Meanwhile, the Terminators locate John Connor in a mall. After John is rescued and a chase through the L.A. storm drain channels, the original Terminator escapes with John on his motorcycle. The Terminator explains that he is reprogrammed by the future John Connor to protect and obey John's younger self. The other Terminator is a T-1000, an advanced new prototype programmed to kill John. It is made of "a mimetic polyalloy", a liquid metal that allows it to take the shape and appearance of anything it touches. It can also form into knifes and stabbing weapons. Learning that the T-1000 will likely kill Sarah and then mimic her to lure John, John orders the Terminator to help free her. Initially, Sarah is terrified by the Terminator; but after seeing it fight off the T-1000, she accepts that they need its help. As they escape the city, the Terminator informs John and Sarah about Skynet, the sentient computer system that will nearly wipe out humanity in an apocalyptic nuclear attack on "Judgment Day".

Terminator 2 is one of the best films of all time, this is a film that I absolutely adore and if someone hasn't seen it, there's something seriously wrong. This story is a special one: humans, are we our own worst enemy? Arnold's line "It's in your nature to destroy yourselves" is something that always sends chills down my spine because it's true. I loved the relationship between Arnold and Eddie Furlong, interesting to see a terminator take the place perfectly of a father and you see the pain in Eddie's eyes of never wanting to let go of the terminator. Like Sarah Conor said " The terminator wouldn't stop, it would never leave him. It would never hurt him or shout at him or get drunk and hit him or say it was too busy to spend time with him. And it would die to protect him." meant a lot to me. Like I said, if for some odd reason you have seen this movie, do see it! I promise you that it's just an excellent film and one that will always stand out against cinematic history.

More Human Than Human
In the rare pantheon of sequels that are just as good as -- if not, better than -- the original, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" is in limited but good company. Nearly a decade after leaving his stamp with the first film, James Cameron returned to the property that put him on the map (perhaps with tail between legs following the disappointing release of "The Abyss" a few years prior). With original players Linda Hamilton and, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger back in action, Cameron co-wrote a script that expanded upon the simple premise of the original film while adding more social commentary and even more action than before.

While our heroin from the first film, Sarah Connor (Hamilton) rots away in a maximum security mental institution, her young son and future savior of mankind, John (a fresh-faced Edward Furlong), is roaming the streets of Los Angeles, blasting some GNR whilst robbing ATMs. Meanwhile, the war against the machines rages on in the future, and as such, a newer and deadlier Terminator with shape-shifting abilities -- the T-1000, as played by a stone-cold serious Robert Patrick -- is sent back in time to crush that little squirt John Connor before he leads all of humankind to victory. It's hard not to imagine the resistance chanting "Yes, we can!" while the machines retort with "We built it!" Anyway, as before, a protector for Connor is sent, only this time it's a re-programmed version of the same would-be Terminator that originally tried to kill his mother. And thus, Arnold is back.

"Terminator 2: Judgment Day" is notable for a lot of things, but what really makes it stand out is its stunning visuals effects. As one of the first films to utilize CGI in a big way, it simultaneously closed the door on the dominance of practical effects in the '80s while opening the door for the likes of "Jurassic Park," "The Matrix" and, of course, "Avatar." Using the T-1000 as the film's guinea pig, Cameron makes us believe liquid metal can come to life and stalk us. Even as technology has advanced, the CGI in the film is remarkable and somehow manages to look better than the CGI-heavy fodder of today.

But special effects aside, the film is truly a roller-coaster ride of epic proportions. While admittedly not as tightly paced as its predecessor, the follow-up is chock full of dizzying action, dazzling set-pieces and big and bold ideas about the future. Amidst all of this lies a disarming sense of fun and humor, vis à vis the interplay between Schwarzenegger and young Furlong. To counter this, Hamilton steps it up as Rambo with sweater-meat. Her turn as the hardened and focused soldier is a natural progression from where we last saw her, and thankfully, Hamilton is up for the task.

As far as big-budget blockbusters go, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" sits at the top of the heap. Very few films have come along in its time that are as truly epic and entertaining as this. With Schwarzenegger in his prime and Cameron at the top of his game, this is a no-brainer. One of the few "must-see" sequels in history. This one truly gives its predecessor a run for its money. While the franchise laid dormant for a good decade, Hollywood couldn't resist, and two sequels as well as a TV series followed. To be sure, though, "Terminator 2" is the end all, be all follow-up and a perfect companion piece to the original. Like chocolate and peanut butter, or plastique and burly beef, if you prefer.
The movie of my childhood!
The movie of my childhood! What else to add? .. It turns out that there is. I can not say that he was, so to say, "grown" in this movie. Net. But I remember perfectly, as requested by his or her parents to allow me to see him. As they agreed, but only on condition that I have a good night's rest day because the film was shown late at night. Remember, as I discuss every minute detail of this film. What's surprising is the same, and I can say about the second part of the film. Therefore, do not be surprised to find exactly the same comment. Well, what else to add? That this film was good and challenging? So it is and so everybody knows. What he is the originator of "downsizing brains" whole generation. It is already known to me. To that ... that ... that ... it is endless. But it's best to describe the movie will be like: a Movie, with a capital letter. This film aware of the existence of which should be educated to all people of our planet. More nothing to add.
Note to Hollywood: This is how you make an action film.
And yes, I'd consider this more of an action film than Sci/fi since it takes place in contemporary times and locations. Nowadays, it can be hard to distinguish an action film from a video game. In fact there is one coming out soon that appears to be both. I guess studios these days feel that kids need something to see while resting their fingers after long days of playing their Nintendos/Playstations/whatever. So they come up with all of these PG-13 action films that are often mere meditations of comic books, toys, or old TV shows. Looking back at T2, one may find the action films of today sorely lacking in comparison.

The story of course deals with Arnold returning from the future to protect a boy who will some day lead the human resistance against a world run by machines. This time Arnold is the good guy (as per Schwarzenegger's request) and he's up against a lethal and much more advanced prototype sent to off the kid. The CGI used to create this new T-1000 terminator was jaw-dropping at the time this was released. Though technology to create such things is now infinitely more available, this has led to problems in my book. Now, there is too much done with computers, and stunts don't seem so wonderful if you know it was all done on a computer. Most of the stunts in T2 were live action and extraordinarily filmed using all types of vehicles and explosives. Director James Cameron really sold these stunts in terms of how he filmed them.

Not all directors are a good as Cameron. That is a given. But directors looking at making action films should take note of other strengths found in the construction of T2. First of all, you don't need shaky camera movements to sell to your audience that there is an exciting or crucial scene happening. Here the photography is crisp and detailed. You see everything clearly that you need to see. Right down to the little things. The action sequences are perfectly blocked and the spacing between hostile parties is easy for the audience to figure out. We know who is shooting at who, and how far apart they are from each other. Cameron also made sure his entire cast was proficient with the weapons they were going to fire in the movie. And guns run out of ammunition and need to be re-loaded at appropriate times. Nothing seems artificial in a shootout.

I could go on forever pointing out good qualities of this film. Just watching a bit of it on Bravo the other night reminded me why I saw it so many times in the theater. And this film was rated R! And it still made a fortune! That just proves if you make a good product, you don't have to dumb it down or tame it for the kiddies. If it's good enough, they'll find a way to see it! 10 of 10 stars. Unfortunately, the inspiration seems to have left this series with Cameron.

The Hound.
Among Cameron's Best
A+ Following the first film came a rare sequel indeed. It is beyond rare to find a sequel that takes it predecessor and expands it, deepens it, and ultimately surpasses it tenfold. And "Terminator" was a good movie all its own. "T2" does that in almost every way imaginable.

With "T1" we were left with a lot of unanswered questions, but here we get those and more. We have a very good cast rolled out here for audiences to enjoy, among them obviously Arnold and Linda Hamilton as a tougher Sarah Conner. Edward furlong is the legendary John Connor, a role that I doubt few of that time could fill. I won't drag this on any longer than I have to seeing as everybody's' seen the film by now. The thing that sets this film apart from many films is the characters and a well driven story. Most action films are easily forgettable with characters I could care less about. You're just there for the big explosions. But Cameron develops his quite well. And as the movie nears its end, we are left with a very good interpretation of who they were and why they did what they did. The terminator undergoes a complete transformation from the first film as a silent and menacing killer to a being we know is definitely not human but we care for it just the same. Exuberantly well done. That role is replaced by the T-1000, played by Robert Patrick. Even more menacing as than the first one really.

The action is obviously well played, fresh and VERY intense. Unlike today's CGI over laden, over the top antics. An unrivaled achievement of film history and a legacy that lives to this day.
James Cameron-the BOSS
What a movie! I have seen it so many times on VHS,CD,DVD.But for couple of years,I have been disappointed.I have noticed that when I watched the movie on a CD,there was a scene where Linda Hamilton opened the processor from inside Arnold's head and Arnold was dead temporarily.But since then I have seen the movie on so many channels and on DVD,but that scene was not shown . Was the scene deleted from the movie?I think it is a very important scene.Because at that time Linda could destroy the terminator.But she kept him alive(John helped her)since they need him or it to be alive.But this very important scene is vanished.I don't know why it happened,there may be some reasons.I am steel searching the scene.

I am mad about T2.Please please tell me where is that scene? How can I get that scene? Is there any DVD where this scene is included?

Please please help me.I am crying.please E-mail me. kosto8376@yahoo.com
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