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Terminator 2: Judgment Day


Terminator 2 is the sequel to the first Terminator in 1984. Terminator 2 was made in 1991 with a $100,000,000 US. It made $514,800,000 (worldwide). It was a very big hit and still is, it had state of the art special effects and an excellent script.


Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator (T-800)

Robert Patrick as T-1000 Advanced prototype

Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor

Edward Furlong as John Connor

Joe Morton as Miles Bennet Dyson


The war against the machines was still raging in the future. The machines will try again to change the history of things to come. The machines send a T-1000 an advanced prototype Terminator to the year 1995 to kill John Connor. The human resistance also capture a Terminator (T-800) and reprogram it and also send it back through time to protect John Connor.

John lives with his foster parents while his natural mom is now in a mental institute in Pescadero. The Terminator gets to John Connor first and they go to free Sarah from the institute and head south. On the way Sarah learns about how Skynet gets built, that Miles Dyson is the person who did it and that Judgment Day happens on the 29th of August 1997. They go to the dessert and stock up on weapons and ammo. Sarah leaves before John and the Terminator but she leaves them a message which is 'No Fate' John figures out that his mom will change the future by killing Myles Dyson so the Terminator and John go to stop Sarah.

They stop her just in time and the Terminator tells him about Judgement Day and the history of things to come. They decide to blow up Cyberdyne Systems the company that Miles works for. They succeed but unfortunately Miles Dyson dies. They then have the final confrontation with the T-1000 in the steel mill where the Terminator terminates the T-1000. Then the chip and the hand from the first Terminator is destroyed. Finally the Terminator is lowered to the molten steel by Sarah where he melts away.

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