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Terminator 2 : Judgment Day, a review by KinkyCyborg

Terminator 2 : Judgment Day

Title:Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Year: 1991
Director: James Cameron
Rating: R
Length: 152 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital EX: 5.1 (Matrixed 6.1), English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English, Spanish, Commentary

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Linda Hamilton
Edward Furlong
Robert Patrick
Earl Boen

Experience T2 Like Never Before!

Skynet, the 21st century computer waging a losing war on humans sends a second terminator back in time to destroy the leader of the human resistance while he is still a boy. His mother is the only one who knows of the existence of the Terminators, human-like robots that exist only to kill and are nearly indestructible, and Sarah, the boy's mother is currently in a state mental hospital because of her 'delusions'. A second protector is sent back to the past by the Human resistance to protect John Connor, their future leader, at all costs.

Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Feature Trailers
Deleted Scenes
Production Notes
DVD-ROM Content
Closed Captioned
2-Disc Set, Remastered Video, "Special Edition" Cut of film

My Thoughts:

I can say with a fair amount of conviction even without having seen the last installment, Terminator Salvation, that Judgment Day is hands down, and always will be, the best movie in the franchise.  :thumbup:

It has all the best lines, the best scenes and the most WOW moments. Be honest... when this first came out and you watched it for the first time you were blown away by the special effects... yes? The T-1000 and it's ability to morph, liquefy, mimic and kick ass was groundbreaking for the time and another pioneering moment of many for James Cameron.

Another thing you have to give Cameron kudos for... his taste of women. We had a recent up close and personal with the gorgeous Katherine Bigelow but my favorite of the ex's is Linda Hamilton. She is a breathtaking vision in this movie. Ripped, toned, athletically graceful and mean! Her facial expressions during her stay in the mental hospital invoke fear... better to take your chances with the Terminator rather than her when she's pissed.

I almost forgot this was Edward Furlong's breakout movie and I find after this viewing that I didn't care too much for him. He didn't quite have the chops yet at that young age to pull off the cockiness of his character. He did go on to have some good roles after that however.

My favorite image from this classic?


(From KinkyCyborg's Random Reviews 2010 on January 26th, 2011)

Member's Reviews

The Seven Year Itch, a review by addicted2dvd

     The Seven Year Itch: The Diamond Collection (1955/United States)
IMDb |Wikipedia |Trailer |
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Director:Billy Wilder
Writing:Billy Wilder (Screenwriter), George Axelrod (Screenwriter), George Axelrod (Original Material By)
Length:104 min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 2.55:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround, English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, French: Dolby Digital: Mono
Subtitles:English, Spanish

Marilyn Monroe as The Girl
Tom Ewell [Tommy Ewell] as Richard Sherman
Evelyn Keyes as Helen Sherman
Sonny Tufts as Tom MacKenzie
Robert Strauss as Mr. Kruhulik
Oscar Homolka as Dr. Brubaker

  • Scene Access
  • Feature Trailers
  • Bonus Trailers
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Featurettes
  • Gallery
  • Closed Captioned
  • Movietone Newsreel
  • Restoration Comparison

My Thoughts:
This is the very first Marilyn Monroe movie I ever seen. This one was recommended to my by a friend. Over-all I found it to be a fun watch. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Marilyn Monroe was definitely a beautiful woman. Though I must admit the way she talked will take a little getting used to. The way she does her voice... like she was trying to make every word of every sentence sound sexy. It just seemed a little strange. But this one is a fun comedy... well worth checking out. Now I am looking forward to watching the other movie I have with her in it... Some Like It Hot.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on February 9th, 2013)

Member's TV Reviews

Tom's TV Pilots marathon, a review by Tom

     The Outer Limits: Season One (1995/United States)
IMDb | Wikipedia

(United Kingdom)
Length:939 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround, Spanish: Dolby Digital 1, German: Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
Subtitles:English, German, Hungarian, Portuguese, Spanish

The complete first season of THE OUTER LIMITS, the critically acclaimed and most original science fiction series, is finally available on DVD! Like the classic 1960s series of the same name, this modern adaptation is an imaginative exploration of humanity greatest hopes and darkest fears and includes special guest appearances by Alyssa Milano, Ryan Reynolds, Rae Dawn Chong, Beau Bridges and Robert Partrick. Winner of the Cable Ace Award for best Dramatic Series, this Emmy-nominated show deals with the consequences of such controversial and thought-provoking topics as genetic manipulation, alien visitation and life after death.

The Outer Limits
1.01 Sandkings
Writer: George R. R. Martin (Original Material By), Melinda M. Snodgrass (Screenwriter)
Director: Stuart Gillard
Cast: Kevin Conway (The Control Voice (voice)), Beau Bridges (Dr. Simon Kress), Helen Shaver (Cathy Kress), Dylan Bridges (Josh Kress), Kim Coates (Dave Stockley), Lloyd Bridges (Colonel Kress), Patricia Harras (Debbie), Nathaniel DeVeaux (Security Captain), Deryl Hayes (Policeman), Mark Saunders (Lab Assistant), J. B. Bivens (Mover), David Cameron (Technician #1)

I had seen a few of the early episodes of this series when it originally aired. But I never followed it. One episode which still stays in mind is the one with Wil Wheaton, where
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This first episode is good but not something which I found overly fresh (even at the time).


(From Tom's TV Pilots marathon on June 22nd, 2012)