Terminator 2: Judgment Day Reviews
My thoughts on this movie center mostly on the T-1000, as well as the upcoming sequel to T-2. The sequel, according to Linda Hamilton's Wikipedia page is scheduled for 2021.
As I watched T:2 over the weekend, I noticed something rather odd about the T-1000. When he was shot, blown up, and later melted in a pool of molten steel. He had no wiring or electrical components.
If he was truly a robot, cyborg, or android, then he would have had to have these components in order to function. Even in the end of the movie when his body was blasted open with a grenade launcher and his insides were exposed, there was no wiring or electrical components. This factor combined with his abilities to shape-shift and regenerate leads me to believe that this was no ordinary robot.
The T-1000's extraordinary composition and abilities lead me to believe that he was an alien and not a robot.
I believe that the 2021 sequel to T:2 should explore the possibilities of alien involvement in the creation of Skynet, and in the operations of Skynet, in the "Terminator" universe.
Over all, T2 without a doubt, surpassed the original. It is the best sequel ever made, one of the best sci-fi films ever made, the best action film ever...
heck with it, it's one of the best movies ever made period. 5/5 stars