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Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)

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Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
April 04, 2006 09:58PM
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Re: Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
April 04, 2006 10:02PM
This may be another bullets/gun thing, but it was the lava stoof that killed the old T-1000 X.P..
Re: Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
April 05, 2006 05:45PM
yes, it was the lava that killed him - but he would not have got into the lava stuff without a shot, an exlposion and a fall smiling smiley

Re: Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
July 22, 2006 04:44PM
I should point out that this write-up is out of order. Here's how it really goes

- T-1000 remorphs.
- T-800 splits from the Connors/fight# 1
- "Call to John"
- fight# 2
- the 2 Sarahs/reactivation
- T-1000 dies.
Combustion, please? After all, yes, T-1000 melted, but really, molten steel and no combustion? That does not go together. So really, the other categories are correct, but combustion is missing. If you don't put it there, I'll be so angry I'll burst into flames.(PUN INTENDED!! LOL!!)grinning smiley
Re: Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
November 28, 2009 03:54PM
There's one thing about this climax I do not get. When you see Sarah loading her shotgun you can clearly see 8 bullets in her hand before she loads it. Then when she fires them at the T-1000 before The Governator steps she fires 7 shots before he remorphs and wags his finger. Where was the last shot?
The odd thing is, during the whole scene with those two Sarah Connors, I can never see her feet in the regular movie. Is this some kind of special edition stuff? Or do you judge by John's eyes? That's confusing.
Director's cut. A lot of scenes that make the film worse, but a few extra bits at the end where you can see the t1000 malfunctioning, which is a cool improvement
Re: Terminator 2: Judgement Day: T-1000 (Robert Patrick)
November 01, 2014 06:05AM
What isn't revealed in the original edition (because it was cut then restored in the directors edition) was that the T-1000 was starting to fail because his liquid metal was becomming damaged from everything that was happening to it. The mass perforation where T-800 enpties the clip of an M16 in to it at point blank range, and the liquid nitrogen bath seriously stress the liquid metal system, and when the mortar explodes inside of T-1000 it has reached the point where it can't easily pull itself back in to shape, and it falls over the railing into the molten iron. It's control system goes haywire as it tries to exit the molten metal, but the temperature of the metal is high enough to break down the T-1000.

What would have been interesting would be if they at some point were hideing out in a swimming pool supply store and as the T-1000 is trying to kill T-800, John splashes T-1000 with liquid swimming pool burnout which reacts with the liquid metal (its a strong oxidizer) causing the T-1000 to burst in to flames enabling them to escape.


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