Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Movie • 1991 • Action  Report
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DoesTheDogDie
In the extended version of the film, there is a scene where a dog is strangled to death just off screen. This scene is not present in the original theatrical version of the film.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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CoryWilcox
Dead rattle snakes are shown
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4
Are there bugs?
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8
Does a cat die?
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CoryWilcox
Dead rattlesnakes
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XimenaLucia
A shapeshifting android stabs a character through the eye.
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CoryWilcox
T-800 cuts his whole arm open
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Allandrel
A cyborg character removes the skin from his arm, revealing his robotic endoskeleton.
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MechTorg
The T-800 crushes a man's hand.
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XimenaLucia
A dream sequence has a character burning alive (and many others). You hear the screams and even see the skeleton.
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Mike Gourdin
Not a human head, but a robot gets punched in the head which then morphs into hands.
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Allandrel
A dream sequence sees several children graphically killed in a nuclear explosion.
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Mike Gourdin
In a way, the T-1000 could be seen as posessing the people it copies. There is a scene where it copies someone and then confronts that person as himself".
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patriceescalle
A person is held hostage by having a syringe full of cleaning fluid stuck in their neck.
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Allandrel
A significant sequence takes place in a mental institution that is portrayed as ineffective with abusive staff.
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7
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invadermac
Terminator cuts all flesh off his arm
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Guano
To the comment about the T-1000 shapshifting: Body dysmorphia disorder (BDD) is a body-image disorder characterized by persistent and intrusive preoccupations with an imagined or slight defect in one's appearance. This means that the afflicted person cannot stop thinking negatively about their appearance, or aspects of it. It has nothing to do with shapeshifting appearances.
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Wesley Thomas
T-800 asks John to assist him in suicide because it's programmed not to self-terminate."
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Allandrel
A character licks the face of another character who is pretending to be drugged into insensibility.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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XimenaLucia
Spoiler warning? Of all the main characters, the first to die is Miles Dyson.
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Allandrel
The ending is bittersweet but hopeful.
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Allandrel
A helicopter pilot jumps out of a low-flying helicopter, and whether they survive is not shown.
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Wesley Thomas
T-800 has John Connor lower him into a crucible of molten steel.
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4
Allandrel
A dream sequence depicts a nuclear explosion in graphically realistic detail, including the deaths of children.
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Mike Gourdin
A helicopter crashes.
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