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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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Linda Hamilton rocks as Sarah Connor
In my opinion, Terminator 2: Judgment Day is one of the best sequels of all times. Considering 90s cinematography technologies, James Cameron did an outstanding job. Every detail of this cult movie, from the plot to the music was awesome.

In the first movie, the terminator was the bad guy. With a tremendous body like Greek gods and his robot-like accent, Arnold Schwarzenegger was a perfect fit to the Terminator character. He was sent back from future to kill Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton), the mother of an unborn child who will become the leader of a resistance against the machines. We all know the story. But in T2, he came back to protect the son of Sarah Connor which I believe was a very good twist. Arnold did his part very well again as the cyborg of our dreams. What surprised me was the transformation of Linda Hamilton's character. I honestly didn't see that coming. Sarah Connor was a vulnerable young girl in the first movie. But she turned into a bad-ass woman who has lots and lots of guns. I was really impressed.

I have watched this movie so many times over the years and it never gets old or boring. Just watch it.
The Best Movie Of All Time
Terminator 2 is the best film I have ever seen hands down. It surpasses the original in almost every way except the first film had a darker moodier atmosphere. But Terminator 2 has much much more, more character development, better acting strong direction, and THE most amazing visual effects ever!!! Cameron's and Schwarzenegger's best movie. A true classic. The Best!!!
More Than Just Action
When this movie came out at the theatres, I was 15. I thought it was cool. I'm 24 now and I see this movie in a completely different light. I don't doubt that the movie has amazing special effects that makes the movie quite watchable if you just want to vegatate for a couple of hours. I don't doubt that there might be a few plot holes and discontinuity in the time travel aspect of the story. This is something I have yet to figure out. But after watching this movie a few times and reading critical reviews of the movie, I've come to this current opinion. If you bother to think about this movie beyond the great special effects, you might find that it has more to offer than the cool F/X. James Cameron is a very critical and detail oriented director. If you are familiar with his work at all, you will see an emerging theme in all of his movies. I believe that theme is humanity vs. technology. (THE ABYSS, TITANIC, ALIENS) In any case, the characters are an INTEGRAL part of the story and not simply the platform in which the action takes place. Compare this movie to say, practically any Jerry Bruckheimer movie. (Gone in Sixty Seconds anyone?) James Cameron thinks about his characters first before he can imagine the situation in which they may reasonably be confronted with. James Cameron says himself that the intent of the movie was to make people feel for a robot, to cry for him, and not simply to be blown away by the action taking place within the context of the characters and the story.

With this in mind, I see this movie as first and foremost, a human story. The whole premise of this story is the fight for humankind. Humans vs. Machines. I mentioned Cameron's theme earlier: humanity vs. technology. In this movie, the more technologically advanced we become, the more inhuman we are. Witness this as Sarah Conner becomes more of a terminator herself in her willingness to kill Miles Dyson. She does not question morally or ethically about why she is killing him. She is just going to do it. Before she does it though, she has an epiphany and she realizes exactly what she has become. It is shattering to her. There is such a moral fabric throughout this story voiced by our future hero: "You can't kill people!!!" And later on, "Don't you get it?! Don't you understand why you can't kill people? Because we hurt, we feel pain, we're afraid..." It is not surprising that John has such a strong moral fabric. After all, he is going to become a great leader someday. Ironically, it is his teachings to the terminator and the resetting of the CPU that makes the terminator more human. In the end, he becomes half-human and he realizes his half-humanity. "I know now why you cry... but it is something that I can never do." It makes his sacrifice even more greater. A hero is defined as someone who sacrifices himself for a greater good, something greater than even his own existence. Although the terminator could have stayed, he chose to go. In this movie, he is a true hero. Cameron chose to have this strong moral issue in the film... he did not want Arnold as the good robot killing everything in his way- which he could have easily done. After all, he is a terminator. He chose to weave this moral fabric into the story which I think many people easily overlook. The terminator teaches us a lot about ourselves too. This is a very spiritual aspect of the film. John says to the terminator, "we're not going to make it, are me? People, I mean..." to which the terminator replies, "It is in your nature to destroy yourselves...." It makes the theme and message of the whole movie even more meaningful. The theme of the movie can best be summed up by Sarah Conner, "If a machine,a terminator, can learn the value of human life, maybe we can too." It took something as inhuman as the terminator to teach us something very human about ourselves: loyalty, love, fear, sacrifice, and hope. So before you write T2 off as just another action movie, I challenge you to watch it critically. This movie is about destiny vs. free will, (how much control over our future do we have? as john says, "there is no fate but what we make of it ourselves.") and as I've said before, really about being human in such a technologically run world. Watch as Sarah fights to protect her son, watch as john just desperately wants his mother to embrace him and love him. Observe the quiet moments of contemplation and rest in this movie. This movie is not perfect as no movie is but as an action movie, it certainly provides a lot more than a two hour adrenaline rush.
A touching, important and action packed film.
Terminator 2 is by far better than the first. But what really makes T2 a stand out is the important message behind it: "If a machine can learn the value of human life, maybe we can too." T2 shows the horrors of a nuclear bomb, and what we can do to each other. Even though a lot of scenes are action packed, some are surprisingly touching, such as the last scene with Terminator, Sarah, and especially John. All of the performances were dead on, and the action is relentless. The special effects are damn good, even to this day. Some memorable quotes, like the one about human life, and of course, "hasta la vista, baby" help T2 stand the test of time; it's hard to believe it's already been 15 years since this was first released.

10/10. An astounding action movie.
One sequel that out does the original
I am not a big fan of sequels,as most of them disappoint,but T2 certainly does not.In fact,it's a rare case,at least in my opinion, of a sequel actually surpassing the original film in terms of greatness.As in 99.9% of his films,Arnold Schwarzenegger is the good guy once again,but you don't mind once you witness the incredible villain performance of Robert Patrick.This film is nothing short of a beginning to end thrill ride.Let us not forget the talents of Linda Hamilton and Edward Furlong,who gave great supporting efforts.Thumbs up!
A Very Moving Experience
This is my favourite film of all time. I am 25 years old. I clearly remember when I saw it when I was 10 years old and the thing that immediately struck me even though I was only 10 years old was how artistic and brilliantly directed it was. The main reason James Cameron made this masterpiece was not because he only wanted to make money. All the greatest movies of all time deal with an important issue about humanity and T2 is no exception. It deals with how humanity has a tendency to destroy itself. This is a very important universal issue and it affects each of us when we turn on the TV and hear news about various wars happening around the world. This masterpiece works on so many levels that it's truly amazing. It contains some of the best visual effects and action scenes ever put on film. It is a thrill ride from beginning to end and the great character interaction and drama never stops. During each action scene you always feel that the characters are fighting for the fate of humanity. By far James Cameron's best film and that is saying a lot. It's much more emotional and dramatic than Cameron's overrated and disappointing Titanic. T2 clearly shows that James Cameron is most creative and artistic when he is making an Action/Sci-fi film. Anybody no matter what age will consider this a great film. It only gets better with time and I love it now even more than when I was 10 years old. Should be in top 10 greatest films list. A timeless masterpiece.
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.

James Cameron's masterpiece!
Terminator 2 is not only a mind blowing movie with spectacular special effects and unbeleivable action, but cultural phenomenon akin to capturing lightening in a bottle.

Never will such a perfect action/sci fi movie ever be made in the history of filmdom.

The casting of Arnold is perfect beyond belief. He was born only to play the role of The Terminator. His minimal dialogue enhances the roles mechanical robotic qualities.

James Cameron is certainly a dedicated filmaker who cares about his work and the expectations of the audience. The only other film that comes close to T2 is Aliens, also directed by Cameron. His use of computer effects to augment and supplment the storyline is rarely ever used in todays overblown blockbusters. In fact the special effects in T2 are so good that today's effects PALE in comparison.

Robert Patrick is perfect as the predatory T-1000, and will be forever be remebered as the guy who gave Arnold a run for his money, as he definately attempts to steal the movie in some scenes.

I am appalled that a T3 has been made without James Cameron. T3 may be a decent action flick, but it looks embarrasingly juvenille from the trailers and TV spots. Whats with all the sunlight??? Arnold even stated a few years ago he would not do T3 without Cameron. After Arnolds diasasters such as End of Days (not bad flick) he needed a hit and the only way was to bring the Terminator out of retirement, with or without Cameron. Thats Loyalty for you.

T2 is the best action movie ever made, and if you have not seen it yet, you have probably seen paradies, ripoffs, and copies of the movie.

But watching the original will give an appreciation as to how this movie shaped future action movies, as it is groundbreaking.

I wished James Cameron had made T3, but I doubt he could have topped the perfection of T2, and that may be one of the reasons he decided to opt out of T3.
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 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.
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