Terminator 2: Judgment Day

"It's nothing personal."

Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his role as a killer robot from the future in this action-packed sci-fi sequel. He's undergone some reprograming, though. This time around, the time traveling t-800 is one of the good guys, sent back to protect a young John Conner from the newest terminator model, the T-1000. In the future, John Conner is destined to lead the human rebellion against the machines that have over-run the planet. In the first Terminator film, as an effort to beat him to the punch, the machines sent a hunter-killer robot called a terminator back in time to kill his mother, Sarah Conner before he was born. That robot was followed by a human soldier, who was able to protect Sarah. Now, Sarah's knowledge of the impending apocalypse has landed her in an asylum, and John Conner is living in a foster home. The machines have decided this is as good a time as any to try again.

The T-1000 is a significant upgrade from the Schwarzenegger model. Created from a liquid metal, it can change shape at will. Like the human soldier before him, a reprogrammed T-800 is sent to protect the young John Conner. Through luck, cunning, and explosions, the T-800 and John are able to free his mother from the asylum, attempt to destroy the work that will eventually lead to the machine uprising, and ultimately destroy the T-1000. But, if they prevented the machine uprising, wouldn't that prevent the Terminators from coming back in the first place?

R
| 1991 | 2 hr 19 min | 8.5/10
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