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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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Probably the best Action movie ever made.
This is probably the best Action film of all time. It has all the ingredients for being considered the best of the best.

First of all, back in 1991, this was the "ultimate" movie with spectacular f/x and action sequences. Nowadays, the movie does not look dated and still manages to shock me with it's surreal nightmarish post-apocalytic settings and monstruous robot action.

The f/x are great, great but that's not the best thing about the movie; "Terminator 2" spends a lot of effort on the fantastic plot and character development. There's no need of extreme use of f/x because the characters have interesting backgrounds and you really get into them. The plot is simply great. It's a futuristic tale involving the end of the world at the hands of technology and at the same time, a war between humans and machines.

The action is non-stop and lets you wanting for more. I couldn't have enough of Arnold and co., spectacular guns, amazing explosions, and memorable chasing sequences on the freeway, motorcycle, etc. This movie ranks high on the fun factor and entertaining factors.

Arnold Schwarzenegger delivers a kickass performance. Every time he says "Hasta la Vista Baby!", "No Problema", and the other trademark lines my skin crawls. It's part of pop culture and fits perfect for the movie's feeling. Linda Hamilton who is sexy as hell delivers a brave and solid performance. Special mention for Edward Furlong who delivers a great performance. But Robert Patrick steals the show as the villain. He was impressive.

James Cameron created one of the best movies of all time and brings us the best possible action ever seen on movies. Also, there's room for glorious gore and non stop violence.

Not else much to say but, I truly recommend it for everyone. It's one of those movies that will change your point of view towards cinema.
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.
King of the Action Flicks?
Most action movies follow a pretty predictable sequence. There's nothing written in stone, but the movie tends to have an introduction, an epic conclusion, and then fills the intervening hour or two carefully switching between scenes of suspense, heroics, setbacks, triumphs, evil ploys and noble sacrifices. The more you watch, the more you notice the formula.

Terminator 2 is one of the few good action movies that dares to throw the formula out the window, and that is what makes it so great. Instead of structuring the plot to build suspense by the book, Terminator 2 makes the bold move of telling a linear story where every scene actually has to be multi-dimensional and build the plot in a creative and new way. This is very hard to do, each scene practically has to be written from scratch like a chapter of a good book, and the difficulty of making that style of film-making succeed is why so many films rely on the trusty old formula.

The structuring of Terminator 2 is a subtle thing to notice, but I do think it contributed to its success, and certainly to the relatively serious respect its given as a film. No one is going to confuse it with an art house film, of course, but at the same time, it does something that formula thrillers like "Air Force One" don't even try to do, it tells a story in an original, genuinely creative way without relying on traditional suspense-building clichés. In its own way, this film is a work of art.

Of course, the film has much more obvious assets. The film's calling card will always be the epic action and special effects sequences - Arnold riding his bike off a ledge, twirling his shotgun around to reload it, tearing aside his fake skin to reveal the metal parts below - "Terminator 2" was a stunningly exciting film when it came out, and its visuals don't feel dated at all even 18 years later.

Still, though, a lot of other films have had competent special effects. Why do people consider T2 a classic instead of films like "Independence Day", which also invested heavily in effects? It's not enough to just generate 15 minutes of jaw-dropping visuals in a 2 hour movie. You need to be creative about what you're actually depicting. A $10 million scene that's carefully crafted into the film's narrative is always going to do more for the audience than a similarly expensive scene that doesn't bother to give the audience any real reason to care about what's happening. Terminator 2 is a movie where the director spends time on the non-action scenes, treating them as more than just filler, and this really pays off because instead of seeing a nifty visual sequence with some character you don't particularly care about, the excitement of the action scenes in Terminator 2 is actually enhanced greatly because you like the good guys on a deeper level than in a formulaic action film.

T2 is one of the high watermarks of action films. Everyone should see it, it's that simple.
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.
THE Best Action Film Ever!
'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' is THE Best Action Film Ever. I've seen this film numerous times, and it gets better each time I revisit it. James Cameron & Arnold Schwarzenegger have NEVER Been this Good!

'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' Synopsis: The cyborg who once tried to kill Sarah Connor must now protect her teenage son, John Connor, from an even more powerful and advanced Terminator.

'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' is Superb ENTERTAINMENT. Its so good, that everything works on its advantage. Be it the Script, Direction, Production-Value, Performances, Action/Stunts, Editing, Graphics or even the Music, everything is so darn good. Its truly amongst THE Finest Films of all-times.

James Cameron & William Wisher, Jr.'s Screenplay is Awesome. Cameron's Direction is Masterful. Graphics are Terrific. Editing, Cinematography, Production-Value, Music, everything is just Perfect.

Schwarzenegger is impeccable the Terminator, playing the unbeatable hero to the hilt. Robert Patrick as the T-1000, the villain, is brilliant. Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, is impressive. Edward Furlong as John Connor, is lovable.

On the whole, 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' Rocks! Its a Knock-Out!
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.

Great, but not the best
This is many Terminator fans' favorite installment, but I don't believe it topped the original. Maybe I just liked seeing Arnold as the bad guy for a change in that movie, but it just seemed funner.

T2 soars on many levels. Special effects to knock your socks off, but sometimes less is more. Arnie in the original I thought was more menacing than the T-1000. It could be Arnold's mere appearance to however.

The chase scenes in this movie are awesome, as is the exciting climax.

New level of Sci-Fi and movie art on whole.
If not the best Sci-Fi movie ever, then at least heads TOP 5.

It is hard to describe awesomeness of this movie. Made back in 1991 it possesses all the elements of a modern Hollywood masterpiece, and still retains its originality reminds of that era in 1970s-80s when there were no rip offs and directors like Coppola and Scorsese were defining the meaning of MOVIE MASTERPIECE. James Cameron achieved the same thing in a totally opposite genre.

In this movie he depicted such a vivid and deep vision of an apocalyptic turn of the events, a consequent doom of mankind as he saw it in a modern world where hastened evolution of technology implied a disaster so deterrent as a nuclear war. The screenplay keeps your attention to the very end, and visual effects were kind of revolutionary.

A high level entertainment unveiling a much greater message than the plot itself. I'm a dedicated fan of T1, but the sequel is without a match.

Without the vision, this movie would be nothing. The visual allegory of nuclear fire destroying playground and terminator skull emerging from flames as the utmost outcome... That's some good stuff. In moments like that can one discern the true quality of the movie. Sarah's dream sequence is one of the highlights of the movie, and again would be ridiculous without the(director's) vision

The iconic intro and credits were composed brilliantly and the music theme couldn't be more fitting to the whole idea. Never before, nor after, have I heard a theme that describes the message of a movie so appropriately.

The movie itself tried to maintain the touch with younger audience by implementing kitschy innovations but on the other hand directors like Spielberg maintain this as their freaking modus operandi.

Schwarzenegger's blunt acting fits in this role perfectly, and T2 spawned some memorable one-liners. It really somewhat captured the 80's/early 90's cultural zeitgeist.

There is a lot of appropriately implemented shooting and explosion scenes, and fight between the terminators. Still, I have to mention that this part perhaps did not intend to leave space for a sequel and I'm not a fan of T3, but I think it's nice to see other directors making their own versions of this cult franchise.

Pure brilliance
This was the best movie of the decade. In fact, I have not seen any movies that have surpassed it. This was arnold's best movie although he has had other movies that good. The same goes for Cameron. Titanic and avatar might have been decent movies that made tons more money but I would still choose T2 over them. Some of the fx are a bit dated but the t1000 effects still match up to modern movies. This movie was vastly superior to T3 and T4. The last two terminator movies were all style and very little substance whereas T2 had the right blend of action and wit. T2 had a heart and brain in there somewhere. T2 does have a few minor flaws. I thought that edward furlong was a bit wooden in places (only slightly) but then again this was his first time to act. The story also slumped a slight bit in the middle. Definitely a movie to be recommended
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.
📹 Terminator 2: Judgment Day full movie HD download 1991 - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Earl Boen, Joe Morton, S. Epatha Merkerson, Castulo Guerra, Danny Cooksey, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Xander Berkeley, Leslie Hamilton Gearren, Ken Gibbel, Robert Winley, Peter Schrum, Jenette Goldstein - USA, France. 📀