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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Two Disc Ultimate Edition) [DVD] [1991]

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  • Actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Earl Boen
  • Directors: James Cameron
  • Writers: James Cameron, William Wisher Jr.
  • Producers: James Cameron, B.J. Rack, Gale Anne Hurd, Mario Kassar, Stephanie Austin
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Momentum
  • DVD Release Date: 29 Oct. 2001
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (340 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000050YLU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,248 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

DVD Special Features:

Over six hours of content
Over 40 special features including never-before-seen footage

"The Making of T2" Feature
"T2: More Than Meets The Eye" Feature
"The Making of T2: 3-D: Breaking the Screen Barrier" - An in depth documentary looking into the making of the mCA/Universal theme park attraction "Terminator 2: 3-D: Battle Across Time" with state-of-the-art technology and a seamless blend of folm and live performances.

Deleted Scenes
Screenplay (574 pages)
Storyboard (Over 700 scenes)
Teaser Trailer
Theatrical Trailers
T2 Special Edition Trailer
Audio Commentary featuring 26 members of cast and crew
Video Archive (60 video clips including interviews, behind-the-scenes and production footage)
Data Archive (Over 3000 stills)
Video and Data Archive can be viewed separately or combined into a 50 chapter documentary on the complete development, production and post-production of T2

Technical Features
2 x DVD 9
Newly Re-mastered
THX Test Signal Package
THX Certified
2.35:1 / 16:9 Widescreen - Special Edition Directors Cut Version
Dolby Digital 5:1 Surround EX
DTS 5.1 ES
Dolby Surround 2.0
Digitally Mastered
English/Spanish/Portuguese/Dutch subtitles


Arguably the finest movie of its kind, Terminator 2: Judgment Day captured Arnold Schwarzenegger at the very apex of his Hollywood celebrity and James Cameron at the peak of his perfectionist directorial powers. Nothing the star did subsequently measured up to his iconic performance here, spouting legendary catchphrases and wielding weaponry with unparalleled cool; and while the director had an even bigger hit with the bloated and sentimental Titanic, few followers of his career would deny that Cameron's true forte has always been sci-fi action. With an incomparably bigger budget than its 1984 precursor, T2 essentially reworks the original scenario with envelope-stretching special effects and simply more, more, more of everything. Yet, for all its scale, T2 remains at heart a classic sci-fi tale: robots running amok, time travel paradoxes and dystopian future worlds are recurrent genre themes, which are here simply revitalised by Cameron's glorious celebration of the mechanistic. From the V-twin roar of a Harley Fat Boy to the metal-crunching Steel Mill finale, the director's fascination with machines is this movie's strongest motif: it's no coincidence that the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly is a robot. Now that impressive but unengaging CGI effects have come to over-dominate sci-fi movies (think of The Phantom Menace), T2's pivotal blending of extraordinary live-action stuntwork and FX looks more and more like it will never be equalled.

On the DVD: Oh, if only every DVD could be like this. Here is a DVD package worthy of this monumental movie, with so many extra features the viewer will spend hours simply trying to find them all (the animated menus alone are worth watching over and over again.) On the second disc there are three extensive documentaries (all good, all relatively straightforward), but things get more complicated as you burrow down through the menu layers of Cyberdyne Systems into the "Data Hub": the entire screenplay, storyboards, text features, dozens and dozens of video clips, deleted scenes, and thousands of stills.

The movie disc itself will cause even hardened surround-sound enthusiasts to gasp with joy as these explosive soundscapes come alive in Dolby 5.1 or DTS (hear that Harley roar!), while the anamorphic widescreen picture of the original theatrical 2.35:1 ratio is jaw-droppingly impressive. The exhaustive commentary is a patchwork of interviews with various key cast and crew members. The only disappointment here is that, unlike the almost identical Region 1 version, this Region 2 package does not include the DVD-ROM features nor the option to play the original theatrical release and the hidden "Ultimate Edition"--the only version here is the Director's Cut Special Edition, although the few extra scenes that make up the "Ultimate" edit can still be found in the "Data Core" section of the second disc. --Mark Walker

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Jan. 2002
Format: DVD
On disc 1 when you come to the menu, type 82997 (8/29/97 Judgement day) and you get another menu which offers two deleted scenes, the alternate ending and T1000 searching johns room, I liked the alternate ending better than the original. I hope I have helped you get more from your dvd.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. P. Turner on 4 Jan. 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I won't review the film itself as it's been done so many times before, and it's a given that it's a modern sci-fi classic. So, my comments are on the blu-ray itself...

I've seen this film loads of times over the years, and have bought the video and dvd versions of it in the past. Quite simply, this blu-ray blows all previous versions away! I didn't realise until I saw this version quite how much detail I've been missing from the film. The clarity is astonishing, the sharpness excellent, and the colour and overall picture vibrancy superb when compared to previous dvd/vhs editions. The daylight scenes in particular are remarkable, as is the dusk scene in the desert that focuses on the amazing Linda Hamilton - every striation and vein is visible on her unbelievable arms/shoulders. The action scenes too are fantastic, with explosions lighting up the screeen like never before. A word of caution though - great as this edition is, if you've been brought up on blu-rays such as Casino Royale, Transformers, Terminator Salvation etc, then you may not be as impressed. It cannot compete with these new films that were filmed and produced with blu-ray very much in mind. Also, some fx shots early in the film show their age a little bit - the future war machines are more obviously than ever miniatures, and the Arnie stunt double on the motorbike is borderline distracting. However, this is by far the best this film has ever looked.
As for the audio, again, it's superb. A DTS 6.1 soundtrack that will sound awesome on any half-decent surround system. Another upgrade over the dvd.

The only reason I gave this 4, rather than 5, stars is because of the extras. They are just annoying.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By no1filmaddict on 13 Feb. 2005
Format: DVD
After the enormous success of the first Terminator movie back in 1985, this its 1991 sequel 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day' was going to have a hard time living up to the standards of its predorcessor and indeed the expectations of both the critics and the fans. Whether the first one was better than the second, or the second better than the first, is varies differently from person to person and it really is just a matter of opinion.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns as the Terminator but this time with a different mission: to protect the thirteen year old John Connor who has once again been targeted for termination by the machines of the future. Their first attempt failed, but will their second? With a new model of terminator, the T1000 that can take the form of any solid object that it touches, and can melt and reform anywhere, how will the old terminator bear up?
Luckily though, he's not on his own as Sarah Connor, John's mum is still around, however she is no longer the cowering heroine that we saw in the first movie, but has sprouted muscles and is now practically an expert in guns and explosives and stuff. The small problem is that she is currently stuck in a mental asylum and John is living with foster parents who have no idea about his destiny.
As soon as you see Arnie rise from the crouching position after he has travled back in time, and you see those big muscles once again, it just makes you want to cheer. So what if he can't act very well, this role is made for him and acting ability has nothing to do with it. While he spoke only seventy four words in the first movie, in this one he has about seven hundred, which means he gets paid $21,429 per word.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "alistairwain" on 24 July 2004
Format: DVD
Terminator 2: Judgement day is defiantly one of the best films I've ever seen! It's A brilliant film, and I think it's the most success sequel ever!
The top three most successful sequels are Terminator 2, Aliens, and X-men 2, but this film has to be the best!
The film is basically set about ten years after the first film, where Sarah Connor tried to destroy A computer factory, and is put in A mental hospital afterwards, but the machines send T-1000 to terminate John Connor, (Sarah's son).
But the humans send back the Terminator 101 to protect John and defeat T-1000. That's basically what the storyline is about, but also, they try to prevent the war in the future as well!
But there are loads of amazing action scenes, several explosions, and thrilling suspense throughout the entire film!
The graphics for this film are fantastic, and the effects for T-1000 is one of the best things I've ever seen too.
The best parts are when the Terminator battles T-1000 at the end, or when T-1000 constantly chases after The Terminator and the others! But I think the most memorable part was when The Terminator shot T-1000, and it fell into the pool of laver- that was outstanding!
I thought that Terminator 3 was rubbish, and they should of left it at the second one. But overall, the first one is great, the second one is spectacular, but the third one is sadly pance, and I believe, (if they are making two more films) will be no better as well.
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