This weekend’s re-release of Terminator 2 in 3D very well may be the end of an era. At least, it feels like a period on the modern 3D era that started slowly around 2005, exploded in 2009 with James Cameron’s Avatar, and became almost all-encompassing in the years to follow.
When Terminator 2: Judgment Day was released, it was a blockbuster to end all other blockbusters—the most expensive movie of all time that actually lived up to its price tag. It was the kind of movie that, if it was made today, would have been the subject of thousands upon thousands of bullshit internet articles that…
Terminator 2 isn’t just a film, it’s an achievement. James Cameron managed to create a movie that was not only tense and action-packed, but also revolutionary. It was the harbinger for what visual effects could do, and changed the industry forever. And it turns out, a lot of it was made possible by a small group…
The Terminator franchise helped launch James Cameron’s career to a level few other filmmakers dream of. However, after his first two films in the franchise, he walked away—mostly due to complicated rights issues—and the subsequent sequels suffered for it.
It sucks having to re-buy your favorite movies every time a new format comes out. But this new Terminator 2 box set not only gets you one of the greatest action movies of all time in glorious 4K, it also comes with a limited edition metal T-800 endoskeleton arm that brings you one step closer to building your own…
We can confidently say this is what it would look like if Skynet made movies.
Today, a new trailer was released to promote the fact that James Cameron’s masterpiece Terminator 2: Judgment Day is getting a 3D re-release this summer. But the 3D is not the most exciting part.
It seemed like Terminator Genisys had killed the Terminator franchise once and for all, but a new hero is coming back: James Cameron. Cameron, who wrote and directed the first two films, regains the rights in 2019 and is reportedly working with Deadpool director Tim Miller on a brand new film.
August 29th is a big day in the Terminator mythology. It’s Judgment Day—the day Skynet became self-aware and blew the world to hell. To celebrate this year’s anniversary, the franchise announced that Terminator 2: Judgment Day will get a 3D theatrical release in 2017.
Next year is already scheduled to have a bunch of great blockbusters. One, however, you’ve already seen, just never like this. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is been re-released in 3D for the film’s 25th anniversary.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day was a masterful sequel that blended special effects, a movie star at his most blockbuster-y prime and sick action sequences to make a movie that will be remembered forever. The problem with it though? It was too good. It ruined all action movie sequels after it.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is basically Terminator 2 with mutants. Screen Junkies explains the plot similarities: "An indestructible bad ass gets sent back into time without his clothes to protect a vulnerable young man with long hair who will one day become a leader and stop a shape shifter from destroying the…
The art of picking a quality movie to watch while nodding off is hard. It can't be too loud or too good. Sometimes it helps if you have it memorized front to back, so you can picture the action in your head while maintaining a face-down-in-the-pillow position. What is your perfect dozing-off movie?
Need a fix of shape-shifting robot assassin action, in a hurry? 1A4STUDIO has you covered, with this one-minute synopsis of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. So sit back, relax and let the adorableness wash over you.
After being thoroughly worked over by Chechen separatists at the Battle of Grozny in 1995, Russia set about reinventing its armored divisions. The existing BMP-2 vehicles were scrapped in favor of the improved BMPT "Ramka," better known as the Terminator. And like any blockbuster, this summer delivered an even bigger…
Terminator 2 and William Shakespeare: What could be better? This trailer for the stage production Terminator the Second shows us what happens when you blend robots from the future with the Bard.
James Cameron was recently sued yet again for Avatar, the latest in a long line of plagiarism accusations against the director stretching back to Terminator. But is Cameron a serial plagiarist, or just a popular target for copyright lawsuits?
Everybody likes a happy ending... right? Actually, no. Sometimes a happy ending is the absolute wrong thing for a movie, because it throws away everything the film-makers worked to build up throughout the film. Sometimes, a movie has to end with fire, tears or blood. Here are 12 movies that had happy endings, but…
Behold the wondrous opening sequence of Spielberg's War of the Worlds. Any movie that starts with Morgan Freeman's cask-aged voice, telling us we're screwed, is off to a great start. Many science-fiction movies open with voiceover narration, which prepares you for greatness... or bombards you with backstory.