Terminator 2 - Judgment Day

Terminator 2 - Judgment Day
Almost ten years after Sarah Connor barely escaped a Terminator from the future sent to kill her, two more are sent back in time. This time, the T-1000, a more advance Terminator is sent to annihilate John Connor, Sarah’s son. Meanwhile, a second Terminator, almost identical to the previous one, is sent to save him. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Terminator 2 – Judgment Day”.

∙ In the close-up of John when he's telling his friend about his mom, he pulls the backpack straps on his shoulders. It cuts to a right side view and then another close-up and he's doing it again.

∙ The tractor trailer drives through the side street and crashes down into the canal where John has stopped on his motorbike. When the tractor trailer impacts the ground, both of its front windshields burst out. But the windshields are back in place in the next close-up views when the T1000 gives chase.

∙ The Terminator pushes a female guard in the corridor at Pescadero Mental Institution. She lands on the floor, just outside the bars, near a connecting alcove. They watch as the T1000 walks up to the bars. The view of the corridor shows there is no one on the floor. The Terminator shoots the T1000 for the third time and the view of him shows the guard is back on the floor.

∙ The T-1000 walks through the bars and starts down the hallway. When he’s shot the third time, he’s directly in front of Dr. Silberman. It cuts to the Terminator and then back to the T1000 who starts running after them and passes by Dr. Silberman again.

∙ The T-1000 breaks through the left front windshield of the helicopter. The hole is still there when he tells the pilot to get out. But, in the overheard view of the helicopter as it runs and starts to chase the SWAT truck, the windshield is intact.

“Terminator 2 – Judgment Day” (1991) stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Earl Boen, Joe Morton and S. Epatha Merkerson. It runs 137 minutes and is rated R for strong sci-fi action and violence and for language.

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