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Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Rated R for strong sci-fi action and violence, and for language.

R In Theaters 07/3/1991 , 139min.
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Viewer Score
75%
Viewer score based on 11 ratings
69%
Critic score based on 17 reviews

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February 29, 2012
jsolson1219
it is the best movie if I had to watch 1 movie for the rest of my life it would be t2
April 21, 2011
kairp1
fantastic the best one in the terminator series!!!! Jim CAmeron did a fantastic job. Arnold Shwarzennegar is amazing
May 14, 2010
hrodi007
I liked the movie, but i hate all the language in it. I honestly think they could have left a lot of the language out. But otherwise it was good.
March 17, 2009
Paul Preister
amazing!
December 18, 2008
Aadoian10
Awesome

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Washington Post
Visceral to the point of overkill (and beyond), a berserk blizzard of kinetic images, it doesn't even give you time to be scared. Full Review
Dave Kehr
Chicago Tribune
A good summer movie, directed with great verve and imagination and filled with innovative, eye-popping effects. Cameron never relinquishes his grip on the audience, smoothly segueing from action sequence to action sequence and topping himself each time. [3 July 1991, Tempo, p.1] Full Review
Elvis Mitchell
The New York Times
This tirelessly violent, ultimately exhausting film has the utter sincerity of all good science fiction, and a lot more flair than most, but it suffers from a certain confusion of purpose. In the end, it amounts to quite the pistol-packing plea for peace. Full Review
Hal Hinson
Washington Post
The stunning special effects show something that's rare these days -- technical stunts that evoke a true sense of wonder; it's real jaw-to-the-floor stuff... In staging the movie's gigantic set pieces, [Cameron] has an eye for both grandeur and beauty. Full Review
Joe Brown
Washington Post
Visceral to the point of overkill (and beyond), a berserk blizzard of kinetic images, it doesn't even give you time to be scared. Full Review
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