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Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Year:
1991
Country:
USA, France
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
8.5
Director:
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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Reviews
I have watched it 59 times and still counting
Well the movie is mind blowing,its mind boggling,it is riveting,it is one of the best movies made by one of the best directors James Cameron.

Well This time Arnie is the good guy a slomo types terminator who comes to protect john Connor from the future and machines send there terminator to finish john Connor,Simple story mighty effective.

Great action sequences lovely direction,get you involved straightaways.man Arnold looked dashing.the other guys acting is quite good

Linda Hamilton is great too,very powerful,very intriguing,though some of the scenes are violent so advice parents not allowing kids to watch this,if you have not watched the movie you must for a single reason that YOU JUST DON'T WANT TO MISS the best action Movie of the decade.

There's drama,passion.action,humor what else you want.. Rent it and come here to write a review!!trust is God's second name!if not who cares but watch it
2009-05-13
Sequel Exception
This is one of the rare occasion where the sequel far surpassed the original. I would argue that a large part of that has to do with the drastic change in our media culture. For example, these days, if a commercial film is very successful, a studio will almost immediately green light and rush a sequel to the screen. In doing so, it is willing to sacrifice all quality just to take advantage of a hot item and to make money.

The difference here was that because of a legal rights issue, the sequel did not come out until seven years after the original (1984, 1991). Also, James Cameron was behind it and it was his creation to begin with. He wasn't just a gun for hire. James Cameron would never attach his name to something that wasn't of the highest caliber and sense this movie has such extensive visual effects work (Cameron's strong point), the film far surpassed anyone's expectations. It's no wonder that the franchise has fallen apart ever sense he has departed and moved on to other works.
2010-11-01
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.
2000-09-24
Possibly the greatest sci-fi film in existence
Strong points: Surprisingly complex and deep characters. solid acting, sweet action, special effects that still hold up in this day of CGI and advanced particle effects.

Weaknesses: Minor plot holes that nobody cares about, oh who am I kidding, this film is flawless.

I say this a lot to people who ask me about movies like Trnsformers that are based solely around action and special effects: The fact that a movie is centered on action and special effects doesn't automatically make it a bad movie. Many people disagree with this, believing that action is useless without characters and plot.

This film is an excellent case for both people.

The acting is better than any I've ever seen from any sci-fi film. Linda Hamilton is by far the best actress in this film. I am very sorry to say that she never went anywhere after this excellent film. Arnold actually is very good in this film, and manages to play the stoic, but increasingly human father figure to John Connor.

That brings me to another area where this film excels, the characters. Every one of the main characters is given depth and emotional realism. The film even explores Sarah Connors psyche, and how it affects her actions.

This film also has the some of the best action we have ever seen in a film. Each action scene is expertly crafted by James Cameron. the special effects are so excellent, they still look good, 15 years later after many innovations in computer technology. The only other film I know of to do this is the original Star Wars.

The film has one factor which may make or break the experience for some. I for one, enjoyed this element. The fact is, before watching this, pay careful attention to the MPAA rating, because this film is very violent and disturbing. I loved the fact that they had no problem showing everything, but for some people, this may ruin the experience, I don't know, I've never had much problem with violence.

Bottom line: Watch this movie, if you can take the violence. You will enjoy yourself.
2009-07-04
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.
2010-10-27
A Incredible Masterpiece! James Cameron You Created Two Of The Best Sequels Ever! (The other being aliens)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day Is One Of The Best Movie Sequels Ever Created.

Reason's Why: Characters. The character's are just incredible, They all act very well. it seems as if i'm watching something that's really happening. 5/5

Action: The action is some of the best i've ever seen! lots of explosions lots of action. if your a action fan this is the movie for you. 5/5

Special Effects: The special Effects are Where incredible for the time and still are. its a good way to use CGI instead of spreading it all over the screen. now i don't hate CG i just think it's used to often. And the special effects are not what the films all about. its the acting and the characters. 5/5

Dialog: The dialog was very well done it was never cheesy/corny. if you are picky about bad dialog you won't be picking around! 5/5

Plot:

In 1994, a cyborg (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent back in time to protect John Connor (Edward Furlong), the future leader of humanity in a 21st century war against machines. A competing machine (Robert Patrick), the T-1000, is sent back to kill John. With the aid of John's mother Sarah (Linda Hamilton), the cyborg manages to destroy the T-1000 at a confrontation at a steel mill. However, the cyborg must then destroy itself in order to eliminate its chance of being used to help fuel the future war with the machines. Sarah helps the cyborg destroy itself, but not before the cyborg consoles John, quietly assuring him that everything will be okay. Sarah then notes that if a machine can learn the value of human life, perhaps people can, too.

The plot is fantastic, the best i have ever seen! 5/5

Overall Terminator 2 is the best film ever made in my opinion.

its a A++ Film its much better then the first but thats not saying the first its bad its one of my favorite films.

5/5 for terminator 2

Thank You For Reading This.

-Addison The Movie Reviewer
2009-07-18
THE most perfect sci-fi action movie ever
This is a real piece of work. You cannot imagine a more excellent scenario and directing than these. The whole atmosphere and the combination of steel and blue color really keeps you at the edge.

Cameron proves once more that he is a real genius with the camera as his work really moves you deeply.

The casting selections seems to be very strict and finally very accurate. If Cameron could work on the sequels, I believe we would watch a trilogy better than "The Lord of the Rings".

I must have seen this movie over 70 times :P. I believe is one of the best of its kind.
2009-09-29
one of the best action movies ever made.
This is one of the best action movies ever made. The story line isn't anything revolutionary, it's practically the same as the first Terminator. The only difference is how it is told. This is one of the best examples of how powerful a good director can be. It was the most expensive film ever made at the time, and well worth it. It received across the board thumbs up and broke box office records. The next most expensive movie ever made in chronological order was Water World - a turd. You know how some movies are good but you have to try really hard to pay attention for the first 30 minutes? full review at http://classiccinemaguide.com/terminator2
2009-01-16
Terminator 2 One Of The Best Sci-Fi Movies Ever Made
Terminator 2 Judgment Day is a big improvement over the original. Writer/Director James Cameron returns along with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton from the first one. The story picks up many years after the original that finds Sarah Connor (played with vulnerability and intensity by Linda Hamilton) in a mental institution and her now punk teen son John (played to a tee by Edward Furlong) who's living with foster parents. John's world comes crashing down however with the arrival of a terminator (played once again by Arnold Schwarzenegger who does a great job in the role) whose been sent from the future to protect the young soon to be leader of the resistance from a deadly time traveling cyborg known as the T-1000 (played to perfection by Robert Patrick) an advanced prototype which makes it that much more dangerous. Soon The Terminator is in a race against time to protect Sarah and John from a formidable foe it may not be able to defeat. The whole cast are exceptional in their roles especially Schwarzenegger who does a fantastic job as the Terminator, Linda Hamilton still proves to be a perfect Sarah Connor, and Robert Patrick makes for an effective villain. He may not have much dialogue but Patrick makes the best of his villain role in the movie. Well done. Director James Cameron continues the story from the original and gives us a worthy sequel that is much better than the first one. From the intense action which is pretty much non stop, to the acting, to the characters, the story, the suspense, thrills, and some small does of humor this sequel makes for an enjoyable movie to watch. The special effects are amazing especially considering they didn't have the technology we do today. Despite some flaws when dealing with the time-traveling plot and some over acting at times the good more than outweighs the bad. Overall Terminator 2 is one of the best sci-fi movies ever made with plenty of action, chases, explosions, fist fights, amazing special effects, solid performances, a compelling story, and some humor that sure to please any fan of the series or genre. Go see it. Terminator 2 does not disappoint.
2009-06-01
A good story of the love for human beings. Bravo!..
This movie is one of the very best ones!.. It contains not a single irrelevant scene, and there are all scenes brief and to the point. And the choice of not adding any distractive music as the movie go along is very important and well done. About the star Arnold Schwarzenegger, I must say that he is the one that no one'd replace for this movie. He really makes us believe that he is a terminator and not a human, although he is trying to be one very well. And about Edward Furlong, I must say that he plays the role of the smart and innocent kid real good. Impressive!.. The tears in his eyes, while he struggles for the life of humans... Well done! About the script, I say it is very humane after all. You see, we build machines and kill each other from the beginning of history. And we never stop shedding blood. And in this movie, James Cameron did the best to prove that we hold the most value as human being and we should never ever hurt ourselves, with or without the hopeless inventions. I should say that James Cameron and his stuff did great. Bravo!.. (Here is the one of perfect themes: "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhWs3DVk-FU")
2014-03-18
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