I just love movies.
I tend to be more positive than negative.
It's shocking to me that this film was released in the year 2000. Everything about this movie, from the sets, the costumes, the cinematography, the editing, feels like it was made in the 1980's.
There are countless modern movies set in the 80's , but you can always tell they're not really 80's movies. Not with this one. If you told me this was released in 1987 or whathever, I'de believe you. So props to director Mary Harron and everyone involved in crafting this film.
T2 is one of the best sequels ever made. An improvement over the already excellent original in almost every conceivable way.
While the practical effects of the first one have aged pretty badly, the digital effects in this one still look incredible. It takes the original's horror tone and adds more comedy, more drama and more action.
Robert Patrick as the T-1000 is one of my favorite sci-fi villains ever. I will never the forget the first time I saw…