Terminator 2, released in 1991 and directed by James Cameron, is a sequel to the 1984 film The Terminator. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays The Terminator, a T-800 model. This became one of the legendary roles of the Austrian-American actor. This second film in the series has an alternate ending that could mark the end of The Terminator.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day With a budget of $100 million, it was the most expensive film ever made at the time. The film, like its predecessor, was a huge success and grossed $204.8 million in the United States alone. Global revenue was approximately $520 million. The film also won four Oscars for Best Sound, Best Visual Effects, and others.
In this sequel to The situation or the end We once again follow Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and her son John Connor (Edward Furlong), in this part a ten-year-old boy. One day, two Terminators are sent from the future to the present. One is the T-800 again, and the other is the T-1000.
The T-1000 is sent to kill John Connor, the key to preventing an apocalyptic future where machines take over the world, during his youth so that he cannot lead the resistance against the machines later. The T-800, on the other hand, is a species reprogrammed by the future John Connor, who sent him to the present to protect and serve himself. Together they try to stop the T-1000 from killing John Connor and thus changing the future.
in Terminator 2 The T-800 sacrifices itself and the film ends with Sarah and John Connor drifting off toward the horizon. We hear Sarah telling us that the Day of Judgment is coming and that they are ready for it. This ending ensured that a sequel could be made, but there is also an alternate ending that would put an end to the franchise.
In the alternate ending, Sarah says that they stopped Doomsday and that she watched John grow up. We also see an older Sarah and John who is the father of a girl, and the parents are playing with their children on the playground and everyone is happy.
The use of the original ending allowed for a sequel to be released in 2003. In Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, we follow Sarah and John again and see how they failed to prevent doomsday and the arrival of Skynet. Their actions in Terminator 2 Fate was only too late. Doomsday has been proven inevitable and the future is still controlled by Skynet and the machines.
Eventually a number of Terminator films were released. In 2009, the fourth part was released, entitled Terminator: Salvation. This is the only Terminator movie with Christian Bale in the lead role, not Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 2015, the movie Terminator: Genisys, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, was released and in 2019 the final sequel to date, Terminator: Dark Fate, also starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, was released.
Do you want Terminator 2 You can watch it on Netflix. the first finisherThe movie is not it, but the sequel, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machinesand can also be watched on Netflix.
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