Corrected entry: When Kate's dad is dying,he says they have to take a bearing of 0.5 degrees to get to crystal peak. When Kate and John are in the plane, she says they are on a heading of 015 degrees
Corrected entry: In the sceen where the T-101 pulls out his damaged hydrogen fuel cell, he throws it out the window, watch closely and put it on slow motion, when it almost hits the ground you can see a black shadow of a person in the backround. (00:40:10)
Corrected entry: When John and Kate find out that they have ended up in a nuclear shelter the timer of the C4 does not beep all the time, it starts beeping again when John has to notice them to not blow himself up accidentally.
Corrected entry: After the crane crashes, the T-X has a clear shot at John's truck. The roads are empty, he was a short distance away, and continued to travel in a straight line. The T-X could have easily fired her weapon at him. It's not really a character mistake, because the T-X's sole goal is to kill him, and she goes through a lot of trouble to try and do so throughout the film, so why let up here? It just seems too inconsistent and 'convenient' to the plot.
Corrected entry: In the Controlled vehicle Chase scene what happened to one of the police cars? I have watched the scene over and over again and I think they just forgot about it. The fire van got blown up. The ambulance got kicked over. And the other police car got rammed. The second police car though was driving around in formation at the beginning of the scene but when Connor pulls away into a suburban area it disappears completely. It in fact reappears for a couple of seconds in one shot just before Arnie hits the Fire engine. And then when it flicks to the TX's point of view there is no police car in sight. (00:31:15 - 00:36:55)
Corrected entry: When John falls off his motorcycle; he pulls off his helmet without undoing the buckle, but if it had never been done-up in the first place it would have come off in the crash.
Corrected entry: At the start of the film, the T-X kills Jose Barrera. Later, the T-850 knows his name and that the T-X killed him; he shouldn't do, because the whole point of the Terminators going back in time to kill people is that those people would never then be able to oppose Skynet in the future. So Jose, having been killed in the past, would never have fought against Skynet and the T-850 would never have heard of him. There is no consistent interpretation of time travel in which the T-850 can have heard of Jose, while not making it pointless for Skynet to kill people in the past.Moose
Corrected entry: When the T-X jumps into the crane, we get to see a shot through her POV, and operating instructions (or something similar) appear on the screen. This is an obvious reference to T1, when the Terminator climbs into the cab of the 18 wheeler as operating instructions appear when looking from the T-800's POV.
Corrected entry: When John says he lives "off the grid," he drops his Budweiser bottle off the bridge and it drops into the water sideways, but in the next shot it lands straight down. I have experimented with this myself and a falling bottle with liquid in it will not right itself as it falls.
Corrected entry: Considering Arnold reset himself, how could he have then known where John and Katherine were?
Corrected entry: In the vet clinic, Katherine says the time is 5 a.m. In the chase scene that follows, the shadows of the cars and buildings are way too small to be dawn. The scene was filmed around noon.
Corrected entry: The events in this film seem to overlook James Cameron's final Terminator project. Universal Studio's short film "T2-3D" has the same cast and crew as T2: Judgement Day. In it, Cyberdyne Systems develops Skynet, John Connor (Furlong version), together with Arnie, travel to the future, identify the Skynet building", and ultimately destroy it.Dameon