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on 12/5/2007

DID NOT HAVE THE Special 32-page collector's booklet. This is the 2nd. DVD that I got cuase I wanted the Booklet but as like my other one this DID NOT HAVE THE BOOKLET. The moving is good & has its way of showing us the viewers how it all goes down. The acting is weak cuase of Aronld.

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on 12/16/2007

DID NOT HAVE THE Special 32-page collector's booklet. Also it have a paper cover not the metal cover sleeve. Like one guy said on here, ''NO BOOKLET''. Great movie.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger returns as The Terminator in this explosive action-adventure spectacle. Now he's one of the good guys, sent back in time to protect John Connor, the boy destined to lead the freedom fighters of the future. Linda Hamilton reprises her role as Sarah Connor, John's mother, a quintessential survivor who has been institutionalized for her warning of the nuclear holocaust she knows is inevitable. Together, the threesome must find a way to stop the ultimate enemy -- the T-1000, the most lethal Terminator ever created. Co- written, produced and directed by James Cameron (The Terminator, Aliens, Titanic), this visual tour de force is also a touching human story of survival.


Studio Lions Gate
SKU 40221243
UPC 012236140986
UPC 14 00012236140986
Format DVD
Release Date 1/24/2008
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Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1
Name Schwarzenegger,Arno
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Name James Cameron
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Cast & Crew
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Actor
Edward Furlong - Actor
Linda Hamilton - Actor
Robert Patrick - Actor
B.J. Rack and Stephanie Austin - Co-Producers
Industrial Light & Magic - Computer Graphics Images By
James Cameron - Director & Producer
Adam Greenberg - Director of Photography
Gale Anne Hurd and Mario Kassar - Executive Producers
Conrad Buff, Mark Goldblatt, Richard A. Harris - Film Editors
Brad Fiedel - Musical Score
Joseph Nemec, III - Production Designer
Stan Winston - Special Make-Up And Terminator Effects Produced By
James Cameron & William Wisher - Writer
Oscar (1992) Gloria S. Borders, Gary Rydstrom, Winner, Best Sound Effects Editing,Stan Winston, et al., Winner, Best Visual Effects,Stan Winston, Jeff Dawn, Winner, Best Makeup,Tom Johnson, et. al., Winner, Best Sound,Adam Greenberg, Nominee, Best Cinematography,Conrad Buff, et al., Nominee, Best Film Editing,Dennis Muren, et. al., Winner, Best Effects, Visual Effects,Gary Rydstrom, Gloria S. Borders, Winner, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing
MTV Movie Award (1992) Edward Furlong, Winner, Best Breakthrough Performance,Linda Hamilton, Winner, Best Female Performance,Arnold Schwarzenegger, Winner, Best Male Performance,Linda Hamilton, Winner, Most Desirable Female,Guns N' Roses, Nominee, Best Movie Song,Robert Patrick, Nominee, Best Villain
MTV Award (1992) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Winner, Best Male Performance,Edward Furlong, Winner, Best Breakthrough Performance,Linda Hamilton, Winner, Best Female Performance/Most Desirable Female,Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Winner, Best Action Sequence,Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Winner, Best Movie
British Academy Awards (1992) Lee Orloff, et. al., Winner, Best Sound,Stan Winston, et. al., Winner, Best Special Visual Effects
People's Choice (1992) Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Winner, Favorite Motion Picture
ReviewSource Washington Post
Review Brutally beautiful, darkly comic sci-fi, Terminator 2: Judgment Day is... Visceral to the point of overkill (and beyond), a berserk blizzard of kinetic images, it doesn't even give you time to be scared... And even though T2 stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, it's not just another chrome-plated casual carnage flick. T2 has a humane message; in fact, it's even Politically Correct, in a perverse way. Here's a techno-movie that is virulently anti-technology; that deploys mega-violence to make a statement about the value of human life; that is macho in the extreme, but has a female sensibility at heart. And it has Arnold. Just try and stop it.
Reviewer Joe Brown
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Apollo Guide
Review As appealing as the film's visuals are, it's really the heart and soul of the characters that make T2 transcend the summer sequel dumping ground. Watching Edward Furlong interact with Schwarzenegger is like watching Fess Parker trying to train Old Yeller. The Terminator is John's new pet and he must show the cyborg how to be an upstanding citizen with just enough 'tude so Ah-nuld can be Ah-nuld and spew out some of his famous Corn Flake one-liners. The pair shows great oddball chemistry together, adding the occasional light-hearted moment to brighten an otherwise dark and dreary story.
Reviewer Ryan Cracknell
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource Rolling Stone
Review A kinder, gentler terminator. What an affront. In 1984, director-writer James Cameron gave Arnold Schwarzenegger the role of his career, as a killer cyborg sent from the future to murder Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) before she gives birth to a son who will lead a revolt against the ruling army of machines. "I'll be back," said Schwarzenegger. Now he is back, but reprogrammed as a goody-goody to protect Sarah's son, John Connor, played by fourteen-year-old Edward Furlong. The bad Terminator (Robert Patrick) is a newer model -- a hunk of liquid metal in human form (he looks like an Oscar with ears) -- out to waste John and clear the way for nuclear war on August 29th, 1997...John doesn't like killing, so Ah-nold's Mr. Softie merely shoots the bad guys in the kneecaps. He even shows compassion. "What's wrong with your eyes?" he asks John as the boy cries. Soon he's the first cyborg to learn the meaning of a tear...Schwarzenegger has fun saying things like "Chill out, dickwad" and "Hasta la vista, baby." But the star's quips are predictable, the stock in trade of an icon for hire. It's Cameron's show; he's the reigning king of movie pow, with dark wit and a poet's eye for mayhem. T2 cost a reported $100 million, and you can actually see where the money went...Still, the film's relentless pummeling grows wearying at 135 minutes. The first Terminator, a half-hour shorter, was leaner and meaner. Cameron and co-writer William Wisher saddle the game Hamilton with too many rants about peace. Cameron is not skilled at preaching (a similar moral stance marred the climax of The Abyss). And the good Terminator's cornball farewell feels out of place for Schwarzenegger and the film. It's the equivalent of making a sequel to The Silence of the Lambs in which Hannibal the Cannibal becomes a vegetarian.
Reviewer Peter Travers
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review In "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," the future once again comes hunting to kill John Connor. Though the world after the nuclear holocaust of 1997 is ruled by machines, a single man can still make a difference - and that man is Connor, who is a youngster as the movie opens but is destined to grow up into the leader of the human resistance movement against the cyborgs...From the opening chase scene - in which young Connor, on a fast motorcycle, outruns T-1000, at the wheel of a semi - "Terminator 2" develops a close relationship between the young boy and the good Terminator. Before long young Connor even discovers that Schwarzenegger is programmed to follow his instructions, and so he orders the awesome machine to stop killing people. The result is a neat twist on the tradition of the Schwarzenegger special effects film; this time, instead of corpses littering the screen, the Arnold character shoots to maim or frighten...Schwarzenegger's genius as a movie star is to find roles that build on, rather than undermine, his physical and vocal characteristics. Here he becomes the straight man in a human drama - and in a human comedy, too, as the kid tells him to lighten up and stop talking like a computer. After the kid's mother is freed from the mental home, the threesome work together to defeat T-1000, while at the same time creating an unlikely but effective family unit...The key element in any action picture, I think, is a good villain..."Terminator 2" has one, along with an intriguing hero and fierce heroine, and a young boy who is played by Furlong with guts and energy. The movie responds to criticisms of excessive movie violence by tempering the Terminator's blood lust, but nobody, I think, will complain that it doesn't have enough action.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
DVD, Widescreen, English, Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1), No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Actor Schwarzenegger,Arno
Label Artisan Entertainment
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times ...the movie surpasses itself with special effects.
Brian Mckay, efilmritic.com ...Schwarznegger is still the ultimate leathers-wearing, Harley-riding, lever-action shotgun-toting bad***
Joe Brown, The Washington Post Brutally beautiful, darkly comic sci-fi...that is macho in the extreme, but has a female sensibility at heart...Just try and stop it.
Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times ...one hell of a wild ride, a Twilight of the Gods that takes no prisoners and leaves audiences desperate for mercy.
Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle ...imagines things you wouldn't even be likely to dream and gets these visions onto the screen with a seamlessness that's mind-boggling.
Rick Groen, The Globe and Mail A great movie...A pop epiphany, marking that commercially creative point where the power of Hollywood meets the purity of myth.
Variety As with "Aliens," director James Cameron has again taken a first rate science fiction film and crafted a sequel that's in some ways more impressive...
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NO BOOKLET on Dec 05, 2007