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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
even better than the first
now not many sequels surpass there originals but this one did in my eyes and in everyone else's eyes for that matter. this movie has gotta be the greatest science fiction film ever made, if not its very close. i'm so glad the first film is in the top 250 films of all time, i think its around 170. but whats even better is this second instalment of the terminator series is at around number 50 in the top 250..... well done, it deserves it.

i'm also really chuffed that this classic won 4 academy awards. goes to show that some action films can grab that many.

so Arnold Schwarzenegger is back as the terminator which he plays beautifully. this time hes the good guy that has been sent back to the mid nineties by the future John Conner to protect himself as he is only a child in these times. the reason for John sending back the terminator the protect himself is because a very hi tech liquid metal machine posing as a human has been sent back to kill John so the resistance would be shattered in the future. the mother of John, Sarah conner is in this one too who teams up with the terminator and John Conner to kill the liquid metal assassin.

the first of these films is brilliant but this one exceeds to the next level and really shows how fantastic this story is and can get for the future films

among the cast are Arnold Schwarzenegger (terminator, predator) Linda Hamilton (terminator) Edward Furlong (american history x) and Robert Patrick (cop land, die hard 2) they all play brilliant parts in this fantastic sequel

be sure to watch the first one before watching this because you'll ruin the story. i would recommend anyone to watch this because its not just a science fiction film...... its a well planned out science fiction classic. just look at the top 250 and you'll see why you need to see this.......... 10/10........j.d Seaton
2009-08-25
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.
2009-05-14
The...ultimate...action flick
I consider this movie to be a classic, and for good reason. The CGI is amazing, even for today's standards, and this was released back in '91! The action is explosive, the directing is superb, and the acting was very good, at least believable! Action movies don't require a lot of acting, heck even a coherent plot, but this movie delivers both big time thanks to film master, James Cameron. The plot sets back in '91, where we see the famous "Ahhnold!" teleported back in time, not to kill Sarah Conner or even her son, but to protect them, from the vicious, more advanced T-1000! The plot change is enough to make fan excited, because now you know your in a whole new better adventure, and not just more of the same. It's actually very touching to see "The Terminator" develop a relationship with young John Conner within the movie as it progresses. I'll admit, I wept a little bit in the end when "the terminator" sacrificed himself for the good of man kind, and as he's drowning in the pool of lava, he gives a thumbs up to John for a mission accomplished, seeming that "the terminator" actually has a conscience, if not a heart. For me though, I give this movie two thumbs way up! The effects are awesome, especially from the T-1000 aka liquid metal, it has the most memorable action/chase scene I can remember in a movie when T-1000 is chasing little John Conner with a big mack truck. Bottom line, this movie has it all. It's not just a terrific action film, it's a terrific film period!!
2009-12-07
'Come with me if you want to live'
Terminator 2: Judgment Day is one of the best action films ever made, that is a fact. It shows that a sequel can be even better then the original and expand on ideas set out in the first film.

T2 takes place 10 years after the events of The Terminator, set in year 1995. In the year 2029 the Machines set a second Terminator, the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) to 1995 to find and kill John Connor (Edward Furlong) when he is a still a child. The Resistance also send someone to protect John, this time a T-101 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), the same type of Terminator sent to kill Sarah Connor in 1984. John Connor has become a juvenile delinquent, living foster care, who runs away from home, steals bank cards, rides a mini-bike and goes to the arcade. Sarah Connor (Sarah Connor) had become a Luddite type terrorist, attacking computer factories, and ends up being locked up in a psychiatric hospital. When The Terminator saves John, John get the machine to help him break his mother out of hospital. It is after that event that Sarah, John and the Terminator should stop Judgment Day from happening, by attacking Cyberdyne Systems, as well as stop the T-1000.

Some elements of the plot may seen a re-tread of the plot in the first film, but James Cameron, being a skilled writer and director, expands on the ideas of the first film, showing more then just a chase movie. Sarah Connor has grown as a character, from the scared teenager to a strong, kiss-ass woman and it is Linda Hamilton's strongest role. Cameron has a love for strong female characters. Cameron focuses on two key elements on storyteller, plot and character, and that is why T2 is so good. As well as the action and sci-fi storyline, T2 is the eternal love-story between a boy and his robot. Seriously though, there is a strong relationship and chemistry between John and the Terminator, John teaching the Terminator to be more human, whilst the Terminator acts as a fatherly, guardian figure. Cameron also expands on the theme of fate and choice and that the idea of the future is not set in stone. The film also has some of the best one-liners ever in film.

The action is non-stop, relentless and some of the best you will ever see. James Cameron uses both old-fashion techniques for scenes like the chase scene with the truck, but also used to at the time top end special effects, which is effective even now. This film was the first to have a budget over $100 Million, and it is money well spend. The pacing is great, and can not get board during this film.

The Terminator is easily Arnold Schwarzenegger's best role because it requires very little acting. It also fun to see a role reversal in this sequel. Robert Patrick has a real menace as the T-1000, all he need was a look and didn't need to say much. He was a lot better then Kristanna Loken in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. It was also a smart move to make the T-1000 a regular sized man, not another muscle man. Linda Hamilton is tough and believable, whilst, Edward Furlong had a decent debut. I don't know what happened to him, from staring in T2 and American History X to staring in Uwe Boll films.

The Terminator was excellent, Terminator 2, even better, Terminator 3, don't bother.

An essential film.
2009-10-12
A film that really outdoes the original
3 billion lives ended on August 29th, 1997. the survivors only lived to face a new nightmare, possibly one of the best movies ever.

Set 10 years after the original Terminator, Sarah Connor's (Linda Hamilton) Personal demons have landed her in a mental institution, under the care of Dr. Silberman (Earl Boen) With this she has had to give up her son to foster care. And with a lot of Foster kids, John Connor (Edward Furlong) becomes a young criminal, but at the same time, he's developing survival skills and bravery for the future.

One day, 2 terminators are sent back, one is a T-1000 (Robert Patrick) a liquid metal cyborg whose job is to kill John Connor, and a T-800 (Arnold Shwarzenegger) whose job is to protect John Connor. The 2 of them will stop at nothing to complete their task, which makes a great action flick that even today impresses old and new fans of the series.

Where this film really impresses is not the story, but the Special effects, more so the beginnings of computer graphics. Millions of dollars were spent on them, and they proved just how far they could go for 1991. even today it's amazing to watch how realistic a T-1000 looks turning into liquid metal and moving through metal bars.

Bottom line, I Strongly suggest you check this movie out. It will have you on the edge of your seat begging for more.

10/10
2010-07-29
One of the best movies of its kind and just in general
One of the best action movies ever made and one of the best movies ever made in general.The acting, the action, the story, the directing, the music, the special effects is all amazing and gives the audience an amazing experience to enjoy.

The T-1000 is one of the best villains in cinematic history and Arnold does a great job as the terminator! Linda Hamilton is also great as the paranoid Sarah Connor and Edward Furlong is pretty good as a young John Connor!!

If you are a fan of sci-fi or action or both don't miss this one! James Cameron directs his best film and it's simply fantastic. Far superior to Avatar and Titanic!
2011-07-02
the best action film of all time, and NOT due to the CGI
Disclaimer: If you are a viewer that mainly prefers arthouse-type movies, then you might as well ignore this review. In addition, if you're not able to take a few sci-fi leaps of faith, ignore this review, as well. We'll both be better off.

This is the finest action movie of all time. And, yet, believe it or not, it's not the action in the film itself that makes this be the case. This is especially odd in a movie with a $100 million budget (in 1991!), with multiple huge explosions, with thousands of bullets fired, and scores of stuntmen used.

This movie is what it is, a perfect 10, because it takes the vision of one of the most imaginative directors on Earth, and realizes them almost perfectly with all the tools that fit the task -- actors, stunts, puppetry, models, and CG. Without the vision, this film would be nothing. Without the tools, this film would be nothing.

But, a little bit of background is due. This is the sequel to the Terminator (1984), whose premise was that a near-indestructible cyborg is sent by evil self-aware machines from the near future to destroy the mother-to-be of the military commander who would lead the humans to a victory over the machines. Oh, and this terminator machine would come from a time of war between men and machines which followed a nuclear exchange that left billions of people dead, first. In Terminator 2, John Connor (the commander-to-be) is about 12 years old, and his mother (Sarah) is feverishly trying to prepare him for his fate, even as she tries to stop the factors that will lead to the nuclear war and the entire terrible future that made all this necessary. The machines now send a superior, more intelligent, shape-shifting cyborg (T1000) into the past, to kill John himself. Meanwhile, future-John reprograms the ex-evil Terminator (T101) from the original film, and sends him into the past to PROTECT John against the T1000.

That's your basic plot. It does involve travel into the past, so it immediately presents a time-travel paradox which can't really be resolved. In order to even try watching this movie, you MUST LOOK PAST THE PARADOX. If you don't, this movie has zero credibility, and is not worth your time.

What happens after the two terminators appear in the past is a wild ride rife with macho action, dark reflection on the nature of man, and a few rays of hope, here and there. Schwarzenegger (the good terminator) and Patrick (the bad one) make for such effective foes that the times they meet on-screen are completely breathtaking (and odd, given that you repeatedly see the relatively slim T1000 through Arnie through a wall or two). Hamilton, as Sarah Connor, is a wonderful character -- tough beyond all belief and completely focussed on preventing the nuclear war and ensuring John's safety, yet clearly a little out of her mind with paranoia and anger; amazingly, you see actual character development (specifically, when John and T101 arrive at Dyson's house to prevent her from doing what she wants to) in her otherwise 2-dimensional character. And Furlong, as John, is not bad himself as the extroverted kid who's confused by the fact that everyone except his mom tell him his entire upbringing was based on a lie. The bit players all do their jobs well, particularly Earl Boen who plays the semi-sadistic mental hospital warden that stands between Sarah Connor and her son (until the T1000 makes a chilling entrance).

With these players set in motion, it's up to the script to deliver the real substance of the movie. (One often sees great performances in mediocre films... here the story transcends the performances -- an impressive feat.) The script delivers. The film is absolutely filled with great, classic moments (I counted TEN all-star ones during my last viewing), and they're evenly spaced through the movie. I mean, who doesn't cheer (at least inside) when Arnold steps out of the biker bar, fully clad in leather when "Bad to the Bone" music starts to blast? The guy absolutely bleeds coolness. And the T1000 absolutely bleeds evil. But, with so many great moments, you'd think the pacing would be a little uneven... not really! The film shifts from place to place with an ease that makes perfect sense, never giving you the time to start being a little nitpicking jerk, always driving forward, but always doing so thoughtfully and with attention to detail.

Of course, this wouldn't be an action movie without some action. There's plenty of it, and it's perfectly done. The CG effects for the shape-shifting T1000 were cutting-edge for the time, and still look great (whoever said differently below is simply incorrect) -- even if they're completely commonplace today. The stunts are completely insane in scale (at one point, a helicopter flies under a highway overpass; at another, a motorcycle jumps from the 2nd floor of a building into a flying chopper). (Probably, only the Matrix and the Lord of the Rings movies compare in terms of the level of stunt insanity.) And the gunplay is delivered in perfect Cameron-Schwarzenegger style (as opposed to the slo-mo John Woo-style) -- you'll see lots of heavy automatic and explosive weapons, and you'll see them used well. The film is violent, and somewhat bloody, but ALL of the mean-spirited violence is dealt by the evil characters, not the ones you root for (Quentin Tarantino fans: sorry). And then the truly amazing scenes that bypass acting are shocking and memorable -- just wait until the nuclear detonation sequence.

I'm not sure what else you would want in a movie. Probably moral content, and the movie has a very clear pro-human, anti-war message. The message is a bit stale, and the delivery IS, at times, a little heavy-handed (and some moments with the T101 seem just a bit unrealistic, towards the end), but the movie has heart, and that you cannot deny. Plus, it simply rocks. 10/10
2004-02-23
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!!!
1999-11-26
Arnold for life
Good Stuff! This movie is perfect. What else can I say? Arnold is back as the Terminator and this time his mission is to protect John Connor from another terminator, the T-1000 played by Robert Patrick (awesome!).

At first I was afraid that John Connor would ruin the movie as the annoying kid we see in many movies. I was wrong. As the focus lies on the chase between the two cyborgs and by the way, Arnold has never been this cool!(taking movies as Predator, Conan, Commando and T1 under consideration)

Having him on his Harley with the shotgun is priceless! Every aspect of this movie is awesome and this is my number 1 movie of all time. There isn't a single lame scene which gives you a ride you will never forget.

10/10 is an understatement...
2007-05-05
a film thats alot more than its special effects
Terminator 2 has a rare quality amongst sequels! Not only is it visualy more sophisticated and more realistic in its action sequences but it also has a unique quality, that being its storyline. Many sequels are just money spinners with large set pieces and big scenes designed to hide the lack of story. T2 is a very unique film, not only does it superceed the original but it delves deeper into the story with a darker moodier and more creatively sophisticated vision which is rare for its genre.

The story being focused on Sarah and john conner and their battle to stop judgment day and the human race being annihilated by machines. In the first film we see sarah being the target of the terminator but this film manages to be nothing more than a very elaborate comic book adventure, the second film becomes almost artwork, the story is much deeper and more emotionally wrenching as a disturbed sarah struggles with the knowledge of the precise date and time and the events leading to the end of civilisation as we know it. The story is much more focused on the nuclear war and the true elements of the whole terminator story where the first film only scratches the surface and just uses the story as an excuse for Arnie to chase Linda Hamilton around LA. the first film was excellent but the second really dug deep into the story to let it be told rather than just be a guideline for an action movie.

T2 was groundbreaking in many ways not only for being a much better movie than the original but with its C.G.I (computer Generated image) breakthrough but this is not used to pull the wool over the audiences eyes it is merely there to enhance the realism of the picture and for us to believe and to tap into the emotional torment and horror that the characters must face with the burden of knowing the end of the world lingers and their battle to prevent the war from happening whilst avoiding the very thing they are trying to save that being the human race. Many films since like jurasic park used the same breakthrough effects but with very different purpose, to hide the lack of story and plot developement but T2 uses it to enhance the already very deep and sophisticated story.

Terminator 2's script is emotional, unsettling and disturbing if people would just sit down and take the film in they will realise that this picture is much more than just fancy special fx its a triumph of story telling and movie making and its a credit to James Cameron for not letting the sequel drop into the same pit of nasty films trying to cash in on the success of the original but to make it a significant masterpiece in the world of storytelling.
2003-07-15
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