Terminator 2: Judgment Day Review

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by AVForums Nov 1, 2001 at 12:00 AM

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day Review
    The sequel to James Cameron's 1984 sci-fi classic The Terminator sees Arnie keeping good his promise: 'I'll be back'. In many ways this sequel betters the original, with its special effects and superbly crafted action.
    This time Arnie is the good guy, sent back in time to protect Sarah Connor's son John (Furlong) from a deadly new terminator. As the future leader of the resistance against the machines, John is mankind's only hope of survival.
    This staggering two-disc set includes the Special Edition director's cut of the movie, which features an extra sixteen minutes cut from the theatrical release. This includes a scene in which Kyle visits Sarah in a dream, plus John and Sarah 'reprogramming' the T800.
    It's no surprise that T2 is one of the most successful sequels ever. It's an exhilarating movie, packed with tons of action, classic Arnie one-liners, and mind boggling special effects. While the impact of the CG morphing has diminished in the past ten years, it's still an amazing spectacle. Buy this and remember how you felt when you first saw it.

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