Terminator 2: Judgment Day   3/19/17
by Joel
The music keeps the same sense of despair and claustrophobic dread as the original, thus maintaining the Terminator trademark that adheres the importance of tone in the first act of the film, as well as intermittent sections of the length overall run time of this big 102$ million budget blockbuster ...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day   6/30/15
by Iroquois
While it generally has a reputation for being a superior film to The Terminator, I find that its slightly excessive running time and less-than-stellar use of its quieter scenes are points that work against it just a little too much for its own good.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day   6/05/14
by The Rodent
Arnie as the Terminator is again, wonderfully wooden at the beginning, though as the movie progresses, like with Reese and Connor in the first movie, he is able to take on and learn characteristics of those around him.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day   4/01/14
by JayDee
/// In the audio commentary on the film's DVD release, James Cameron revealed that not only was the biker bar scene filmed right across the street from the spot where LAPD officers beat up Rodney Kind, but that they were actually filming on the night of the incident.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day   3/12/14
by The Gunslinger45
It has Arnie in his best role, it has a very awesome villain, Sarah Conner is a badass and not a damsel in distress, and the effects for this film hold up a lot better than the first movie.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day   6/13/11
by TylerDurden99
The father-son relationship between John Connor and The Terminator is what makes the film a masterpiece.

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