Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The SWAT team breaks into Cyberdyne, and kills Miles Dyson. He then sets off the charges. T-800, Sarah and John escape by stealing a SWAT vehicle. The T-100 hijacks a police helicopter and chases them. They eventually fight in a steel mill. The T-1000 is frozen and the T-800 shoots him, causing him to shatter. He soon reforms and the group separates. The two Terminators fight. Then the T-1000 turns its attention to Sarah. It threatens her, but then the T-800 comes and saves her. The T-1000 sticks a pole through the T-800, making it shut down. T-1000 then impersonates Sarah to get to John. The real Sarah shoots it 5 times. The T-800 reboots and shoots the T-1000 with a small explosive launcher. The T-1000 explodes and falls into a pool of molten steel, where it melts. The original arm and chip are also destroyed in the pool. The T-800 destroys itself by lowering itself into the boiling liquid steel, despite John’s pleading not to. John and Sarah Connor survive and think about the fight to keep the future safe.

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Continuity mistake: When the T-1000 is driving the truck, he drives off a bridge and the windshield pops off, but in the next scene the windshield is back. (00:33:45)

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John Connor: We've got company.
Miles Dyson: Police?
Sarah Connor: How many?
John Connor: Uh, all of them, I think.

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Trivia: The insert car driver (towing the bike ridden by Eddie Furlong) was warned at the very beginning of the scene where John rides out of the mall and the T-1000 is chasing him, that Robert Patrick could run exceptionally well. The driver confidently said that Patrick wouldn't catch him. However, on the very first take, Patrick ran right up and tapped Furlong on the shoulder. So if this was real life, the human race would be in trouble.

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Question: One of the taglines for this film is "It's nothing personal". I have no idea what that has to do with the film and was hoping someone could explain it.

Gavin Jackson

Chosen answer: Two possibilities. 1: The Terminator is emotionless, so the killing isn't personal, but rather what it's programmed to do. 2: Sarah Connor's plan to kill Miles Dyson to stop Skynet's creation.

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It's also a sly nod to another famous tagline, Jaws: The Revenge. "This time it's personal."

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