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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (DVD)

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a 1991 American science-fiction action film directed by James Cameron, who co-wrote the script with William Wisher. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, and Edward Furlong, it is the sequel to The Terminator (1984) and is the second installment in the Terminator franchise. In its plot, the malevolent artificial intelligence Skynet sends a Terminator—a highly advanced killing machine—back in time to 1995 to kill the future leader of the human resistance John Connor when he is a child. The resistance sends back a less-advanced, reprogrammed Terminator to protect Connor and ensure the future of humanity.

The Terminator was considered a significant success, enhancing Schwarzenegger s and Cameron s careers, but work on a sequel stalled because of animosity between the pair and Hemdale Film Corporation, which partially owned the film s rights. In 1990 Schwarzenegger and Cameron persuaded Carolco Pictures to purchase the rights from The Terminator producer Gale Anne Hurd and Hemdale, which was financially struggling, for US$15 million. A release date was set for the following year, leaving Cameron and Wisher seven weeks to write the script. The pair frequently conferred with special-effects studio Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to determine if their ideas for the extensive special effects were possible. Principal photography began in October 1990 and lasted until March 1991, and took place in and around Los Angeles on an estimated $94–102 million budget, making it the most-expensive film ever made at the time. The advanced visual effects, which include the first use of a computer-generated main character in a blockbuster film, resulted in a schedule overrun, and theatrical prints were not delivered to theaters until the night before its July 3, 1991 release.

On its release, Terminator 2 earned $519–520.9 million, making it the highest-grossing film of 1991 worldwide, and the third-highest-grossing film of all time. Critics praised the visual effects, action scenes, and the cast, choosing Patrick s performance as the T-1000 as a great cinematic villain, but some criticized the film for its violent content. Terminator 2 won several accolades, including Saturn, BAFTA, and Academy Awards. Alongside tie-in promotions with brands such as Pepsi, Terminator 2 merchandise includes video games, comic books, novels, and T2-3D: Battle Across Time, a live-action attraction that uses filmed footage featuring Schwarzenegger, Hamilton, Patrick, and Furlong.

Since its release, Terminator 2 has been critically reassessed and is now considered among the best films ever made, and one of the best science-fiction, action, and sequel films, as well as equal to or better than The Terminator. It is also seen as one of the most-influential visual effects films of all time, beginning the transition from practical effects to reliance on computer-generated imagery CGI. Although Cameron considered Terminator 2 to be the end of the franchise, it was followed by a series of films that failed to replicate the success of the original films, including Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Salvation (2009), Terminator Genisys (2015), and Terminator: Dark Fate (2019), as well as a 2008 television series.

Condition

New

Age group

14 Up

Rating MPA

R

Format

DVD

Brand

Lions Gate

Amazon ASIN

B00AQ6JD7O

UPC / EAN

012236103820

Year

1991

ReleaseDate

1991-07-03

RuntimeMins

137

RuntimeStr

2h 17min

Awards

Top rated movie #29 , Won 4 Oscars, 37 wins & 33 nominations total

Directors

James Cameron

Writers

James Cameron, William Wisher

Stars

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong

Produced by

Stephanie Austin, James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd, Mario Kassar, Van Ling, B.J. Rack

Music by

Brad Fiedel

Cinematography by

Adam Greenberg

Film Editing by

Conrad Buff IV, Dody Dorn, Mark Goldblatt, Richard A. Harris

Casting By

Mali Finn

Production Design by

Joseph C. Nemec III

Art Direction by

Joseph P. Lucky

Set Decoration by

John M. Dwyer

Costume Design by

Marlene Stewart

Makeup Department

Jeff Dawn, Ed French, Steve LaPorte, Robert L. Stevenson, Peter Tothpal, Stan Winston

Production Management

Pamela Easley, Dirk Petersmann, Lawrence Kasanoff

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Randall Badger, Dustin Bernard, Xochi Blymyer, Kelly Cantley-Kashima, Frank Davis, Gary Davis, David Fudge, Grant Gilmore, J. Michael Haynie, James Lansbury, Scott Laughlin, Terry Miller, George Parra, Tony Perez, Barry K. Thomas, Vic Armstrong, Glenn R. Wilder

Art Department

Stan Atkins, Craig Baron, Charles William Breen, Steve Burg, Steve Callas, Mike Cameron, Vince Catlin, Carole Lee Cole, Gary Diamond, William K. Dolan, Anthony Gaudio, Bill 'Kauhane' Hoyt, George Jenson, Duncan Kennedy, Walter P. Martishius, R. Patrick McGee, Carla S. Nemec, Phillip Norwood, Joe Pizzorusso, Charles Stewart, Barton M. Susman, Linda Waxman, Mike Wells, Renato Casaro, Ken Chocolate, Gary J. Coelho, Paul Duchemin, Jimmy Flores, Tom Flores, Peter Flynn, Martin J. Gibbons, Chris R. Green, Mark A. Mancinelli, Iain McCaig, Marc Meisels, Robert Misetich, David Russell, Robert Van Dyke, Joe Ward, Chris Woodworth

Sound Department

Nicholas R. Allen, C.J. Appel, Sandina Bailo-Lape, Christopher Barron, Phil Benson, Sara Bolder, Gloria S. Borders, Christopher Boyes, Scott Chandler, Teresa Eckton, Ken Fischer, Stacey A. Foiles, Clare C. Freeman, Jonathan Greber, J.R. Grubbs, Samuel H. Hinckley, Tim Holland, Richard Hymns, Vanessa James, Tom Johnson, Hael Kobayashi, Sean Landeros, Brian Magerkurth, Barbara McBane, Marilyn McCoppen, Marnie Moore, Tom Myers, Jon Null, Larry Oatfield, Philip Olbrantz, Lee Orloff, Diana Pellegrini, Michele Perrone, Susan Popovic, Larry Rennick, John Roesch, Kevin Rose-Williams, Gary Rydstrom, Claire Sanfilippo, Susan Sanford, Paige Sartorius, Jim Seymour, Robert Shoup, David Slusser, Kent Sparling, Dianna Stirpe, Gary Summers, Ewa Sztompke, Patti Tauscher, Dennie Thorpe, John Torrijos, Pam Uzzell, Ethan Van der Ryn, Christian von Burkleo, Knox White, Marian Wilde, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, James Allen, Gloria S. Borders, John Countryman, Thierry J. Couturier, Nicholas James, Ron Lagerlof, John Rotondi, Gary Rydstrom, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle

Special Effects by

Bob Ahmanson, Brent Baker, Bill Basso, David Beneke, Evan Brainard, Len Burge, Rob Burman, Craig Caton, Chris Cowan, Richard Davison, Glen Eisner, Greg Figiel, Scott R. Fisher, Thomas L. Fisher, Bruce Spaulding Fuller, Mark Goldberg, Armando González, David Grasso, Rhonda C. Gunner, Roger Hansen, Phillip Hartmann, Beth Hathaway, Richard E. Hollander, Adam Jones, Mark Jurinko, Eileen Kastner-Delago, Joseph Kelly, Bob King, Jay King, Terry W. King, Brad Krisko, Richard J. Landon, Mark Lohff, Frank Charles Lutkus III, Shane Mahan, Greg Manion, Karen Mason, Curt Massof, J.C. Matalon, Mark 'Crash' McCreery, Gregory L. McMurry, Tara Meaney-Crocitto, Paul Mejias, Hal Miles, Bruce Minkus, Mark Noel, Jeff Periera, Jon Curtis Price, Joe Reader, Dan Rebert, Sean Rodgers, John Rosengrant, Steve Sanders, Andy Schoneberg, Paul Sciacca, J. Alan Scott, Shannon Shea, Michael Spatola, Ian Stevenson, David Stinnett, Christopher Swift, Michiko Tagawa, Joseph Patrick Todd, Mike Trcic, Joe Viskocil, John C. Wash, Robert E. Watson, N. Brock Winkless IV, Stan Winston, Thomas Zell, Greg Aronowitz, David Chameides, Robert Hutchins, Gary L. King, Andrew Miller, Michael Possert Jr., George Zamora

Visual Effects by

Diana Ace, Tony Alderson, Bret Alexander, Scott E. Anderson, Ed Angell, Sean Applegate, Paul Ashdown, Gordon Baker, Randall K. Bean, James Belkin, Jennifer C. Bell, Brian N. Bentley, Tom Bertino, John Andrew Berton Jr., Scott Beverly, Ken Beyer, Beth Block, Barbara Brennan, Stephen Brien, Betzy Bromberg, Kevin Brown, John Bruno, Geoff Burdick, Daniel Burridge, Geoff Campbell, Jeremy P. Carroll, Dan Carter, Anthony Chaney, Doug Chiang, Terry Chostner, Zaria Chowdhury, Bradley Chowning, Richard L. Cohen, Steve Cohen, Susan Adele Colletta, Tim Conrad, James Cook, Bryan Cooke, Michael Cooper, Robert Costa, David Crane, Gail Currey, Jim Davidson, Jake Dee-McKoy, Rustin Devendorf, Mark A.Z. Dippé, George D. Dodge, Miller Drake, Sandra Duque, John Eaves, Elaine Edford, David Emerson, Eric Enderton, Rachel Falk, Stefen Fangmeier, Don Fergus, Anthony Forzaglia Jr., Carl N. Frederick, Jonathan French, Dan Frye, Jorge Fuentes, Jack Gallagher, George Gambetta, Paul Gentry, Pete Gerard, Matthew E. Gill, Michael Gleason, Megan Graham, Glenn Guenette, Joanne Hafner, James Hagedorn, Janet Healy, Alex Heffner, Philip Heron, Robert Hill, Christian Hogue, Sandy Houston, Lincoln Hu, Leslie Huntley, George H. Joblove, Ed Jones, Kirby Jones, Michael Joyce, Emmet Kane, Michael Karp, Douglas S. Kay, Pam Kaye, Elizabeth Maxwell Keith, Andrew Kennedy, Richard Kilroy, Pete Kleinow, Manish Magesh Kumar, Jay Lenci, Jeffrey B. Light, Van Ling, Siddhartha Maganti, Yael Majors, Greg Maloney, David Zen Mansley, Jim Martin, Jim May, Patrick McArdle, Brian McFadden, Roberto McGrath, Bob Micheletti, Carl Miller, W. Peter Miller, Jim Mitchell, Bart Mixon, Bret Mixon, Tony Moffett, Terry Molatore, Jack Mongovan, Christopher Montesano, Doug Moore, Sergio Moreno, Tim Morgan, Jim Morris, Richard Mula, Mary Mullen, Dennis Muren, Michael J. Natkin, George S. Neil, John Nelson, Michael Novotny, Joe Pasquale, Dana Passarella, Steve Petruzates, Joshua Pines, Paula Pirok, Dan Platt, Cody Poag, Jeryd Pojawa, Angus Poon, Derek N. Prusak, Chuck Ray, Gary Rhodaback, Jay Riddle, Rick Rische, Stuart Robertson, Alice Rosen, Stephen Rosenbaum, Scott Ross, Richard Ruskuski, Alison Savitch, John Schlag, Andrew Schmidt, Leslie Schor, Dennis Schultz, Alex Seiden, Annabella Serra, Mark A. Shelton, Mary Shelton, Marty Shindler, Dwight Shook, Monty Shook, Chuck Shuman, Dennis Skotak, Robert Skotak, Parker Smith, Douglas Smythe, Anthony Stabley, Joel Steiner, Samantha Stevens, William Stromberg, Troy Summersett, Dipak Tarpara, Ginger Theisen, Joseph Thompson, Tien Truong, David Tucker, Lisa Vaughn, Bruce Vecchitto, Joe Viskocil, Gene Warren Jr., Christopher Warren, Judith Weaver, Julie J. Webb, Kelly Wescott, Steve 'Spaz' Williams, Tom Williams, Ryan M. Wilson, Dane Wylie, Lou Zutavern, Miriam Alvarez, Larry Arpin, Darren Bailey, Craig Barron, Miguel Basulto, Diana Dru Botsford, Nelson Broskey, Kris Brown, Mark Burnett, James Clowater, Michael Cooper, Krystyna Demkowicz, Christopher Duddy, Benoit Eon, Warren Franklin, Kyle Hardin, Wade Howie, Tim Johnson, Dorn Merrill Kennison, Al Magliochetti, Carson Majors, Chiaki Matsubayashi, Carlos Mendoza Jr., Zeke Morales, Shawn Neely, Phets Phonasa, Daniel Alan Ross, Tim Scannell, Daniel Schrepf, Amie Slate, Jeff Sturgill, Donna Tracy, Jeff Varga, Harry Walton, Amy Young

Stunts

Janet Brady, Bob Brown, Doc D. Charbonneau, Gilbert B. Combs, Jeff Dashnaw, Gary Davis, Debbie Evans, Billy Hank Hooker, Norman Howell, Tommy J. Huff, Larry Johnson, Peter Kent, Joel Kramer, Lane Leavitt, Billy D. Lucas, Cotton Mather, Bobby Porter, Pat Romano, David Webster, Glenn R. Wilder, Dick Ziker, Bobby Aldridge, Maryellen Aviano, Perry Barndt, Gregory J. Barnett, Robin Lynn Bonaccorsi, Rocky Capella, Jack Carpenter, Debbie Evans, Gene Hartline, Norman Howell, Terry Jackson, Monty Jordan, Mike Justus, Peter Kent, Kevin Larson, Larry Linkogle, Billy D. Lucas, Johnny Martin, Mike Martinez, Matt McColm, Gary Robert, Mike Ryan, David Zellitti

Camera and Electrical Department

Gavin Alcott, Paul C. Babin, Mike Benson, David L. Butler, Alan Cohen, James M. Cox, Richard Crompton, Bruce DeAragon, Christopher Duddy, David Dunbar, Rick Dungan, Brad Emmons, Moose Enright, Don E. FauntLeRoy, Michael A. FauntLeRoy, Todd M. Gavin, Robert Gray, Jason Gunn, Donald L. Hartley, Steve Hastings, Ted H. Hauser, David E. Hengstellar, Tyrone Jackson, Hilary Klym, Frank Krejsa, Dennis J. Laine, Kevin J. Lang, Brian Liberman, Bruce Manning, Pete Martinez, Steven C. McGee, J. Michael Muro, John Nash, Sal Orefice, Darrin Pulford, Rick Rader, Scott M. Robinson, Zade Rosenthal, Joe Rowan, Ryan Russill, Stephen Sfetku, John Smock, Michael St. Hilaire, Donald T. Stanford, Gary Tandrow, Daniel E. Teaze, Rodney Veto, Scott Warner, Eric Blum, Bruce Byall, Scott Dale, Moose Enright, Adam Glick, Mark Gutterud, Eldon Hansen, Steven C. Hodge, Lee Johnson, Horace Jordan, Ron Kunecke, Christopher J. Lama, Bill-Brady Majors, Lee Redmond, László Regos, Randall Robinson, Mark Shankel, Merie Weismiller Wallace, Larry Wood

Animation Department

Brett Hisey, Marc Meisels

Casting Department

Abra Edelman, Emily Schweber, Paul Cruz

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Colin Booth, Carol Dobrovolny, Greg Hall, Bruce R. Hogard, Dawn Y. Line, Patricia Moon, Stanley Moore, Sue Miller, Muto-Little

Editorial Department

Joseph Berger-Davis, Crystal Dowd, Reginald Harber Jr., Jane Kass, Skip Kimball, Lyvonne Klingler, Kathleen Korth, Mary Nelson-Duerrstein, Clay Rawlins, Caroline Ross, Arden Rynew, Ron South, Kelly Tartan, Arthur Tostado, Clarinda Wong, Dan Muscarella

Location Management

Marc Cohen, Stephen C. Dawson, Robert Foulkes, Richard Klotz, Jim Morris, Laura Sherman, Andre Gaudry, James Marlowe

Music Department

Dan Garde, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Guns N' Roses, Duff McKagan, Axl Rose, Allan K. Rosen, Slash, Matt Sorum, Izzy Stradlin, George Thorogood, Tim Boyle, Brad Fiedel

Script and Continuity Department

Joyce King, Trudy Ramirez

Transportation Department

Steve Bonner, Gene R. Johnson, Jerry F. Johnson, Pete Johnson, Kenneth Newland, Tom Teeple, Jack Carpenter, George Grenier, William Hogue, Dennis Junt

Additional Crew

Frans J. Afman, Michael Albanese, Caroline Allen, Ed Arneson, Maryellen Aviano, Kim Balser, Timothy A. Burris, Anthony Cortés, Jim Dahl, Thomas A. Davila, John Davis, John 'D.J.' Des Jardin, Tony Didio Jr., Alexandra Drobac, Antoine Durr, Joe Earley, Ernest Farino, Chris Silver Finigan, Marv Freeman, Uzi Gal, Scott Giegler, Joseph Goldstone, David G. Hudson, Ronald D. Hughes, Mario Kassar, Peter Kent, Andy Kopra, Cindy Lasher, Ross Levinson, Harry Lu, Mary Lamar Mahler, Ed W. Marsh, Pia Mehr, Anne Merrem, Rhonda Leigh Miller, John Moy, Mike Muscat, Jeffrey D. Nelson, Steve Newman, Rachel Oberstein, Paul Olsen, Scott D. Peterson, Liam Phillips, Michael Pitt, Jane Prosnit, Steven Quale, Dieter Rauter, Wallace Sarver, Eric B. Sindon, Kristine Spindler, Steven Stear, Lisa Ann Stone, Rick Sweeney, Charles A. Tamburro, Michael Viglietta, Randy Walker, Larry Weiss, Jack Wood, Dean Wright, Vic Armstrong, Michael Barnes, Trey Batchelor, Sam Carlson, Lisa Dennis, Gale Anne Hurd, Jennifer Jacono, J. Patrick Kanehann, Don LaFontaine, Mario Lorenzo, Bill McCamey, Denyse Rossi, Michael Tamburro, Jon Van Dyke

Thanks

Ray Baghshomali, John Bell, Ty Boyce, Marc Duprey, Tomlinson Holman, Tom Hudson, James Juro, Mike Lanam, Mike Lane, Susan A. Leahy, Gary Rydstrom, Chandra Shah

Genres

Action, Sci-Fi

Companies

Carolco Pictures, Pacific Western, Lightstorm Entertainment

Countries

USA

Languages

English, Spanish

ContentRating

R

ImDbRating

8.6

ImDb Rating Votes

1086107

Metacritic Rating

75

Short Description

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a 1991 American science-fiction action film directed by James Cameron, who co-wrote the script with William Wisher. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, and Edward Furlong, it is the sequel to The Terminator (1984) and is the second installment in the Terminator franchise. In its plot, the malevolent artificial intelligence Skynet sends a Terminator—a highly advanced killing machine—back in time to 1995 to kill the future leader of the human resistance John Connor when he is a child. The resistance sends back a less-advanced, reprogrammed Terminator to protect Connor and ensure the future of humanity.

The Terminator was considered a significant success, enhancing Schwarzenegger s and Cameron s careers, but work on a sequel stalled because of animosity between the pair and Hemdale Film Corporation, which partially owned the film s rights. In 1990 Schwarzenegger and Cameron persuaded Carolco Pictures to purchase the rights from The Terminator producer Gale Anne Hurd and Hemdale, which was financially struggling, for US$15 million. A release date was set for the following year, leaving Cameron and Wisher seven weeks to write the script. The pair frequently conferred with special-effects studio Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to determine if their ideas for the extensive special effects were possible. Principal photography began in October 1990 and lasted until March 1991, and took place in and around Los Angeles on an estimated $94–102 million budget, making it the most-expensive film ever made at the time. The advanced visual effects, which include the first use of a computer-generated main character in a blockbuster film, resulted in a schedule overrun, and theatrical prints were not delivered to theaters until the night before its July 3, 1991 release.

On its release, Terminator 2 earned $519–520.9 million, making it the highest-grossing film of 1991 worldwide, and the third-highest-grossing film of all time. Critics praised the visual effects, action scenes, and the cast, choosing Patrick s performance as the T-1000 as a great cinematic villain, but some criticized the film for its violent content. Terminator 2 won several accolades, including Saturn, BAFTA, and Academy Awards. Alongside tie-in promotions with brands such as Pepsi, Terminator 2 merchandise includes video games, comic books, novels, and T2-3D: Battle Across Time, a live-action attraction that uses filmed footage featuring Schwarzenegger, Hamilton, Patrick, and Furlong.

Since its release, Terminator 2 has been critically reassessed and is now considered among the best films ever made, and one of the best science-fiction, action, and sequel films, as well as equal to or better than The Terminator. It is also seen as one of the most-influential visual effects films of all time, beginning the transition from practical effects to reliance on computer-generated imagery CGI. Although Cameron considered Terminator 2 to be the end of the franchise, it was followed by a series of films that failed to replicate the success of the original films, including Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Salvation (2009), Terminator Genisys (2015), and Terminator: Dark Fate (2019), as well as a 2008 television series.

Box Office Budget

$102,000,000 (estimated)

Box Office Opening Weekend USA

$31,765,506

Box Office Gross USA

$205,881,154

Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross

$520,881,154

Keywords

Time travel,future,artificial intelligence,mother son relationship,sequel