5 Landmark Moment in CinemaRambo456 | 24/01/2011 | See all Rambo456's reviews (1259)Top 10 Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer Top 100 Music Reviewer Number 1 Gadgets Reviewer Top 100 Clothing Reviewer Top 10 Toys Reviewer One of the Best Sequels of all time, much better than the Classic Original, which really is saying something.The reason the movie is so special is due to a few factors, the foremost one being the amazing Special Effects, using the Technology to Morph Humans and Objects.It really revolutionized everything.Another reason is that they really worked on the story, otherwise anyone can make a movie with Action and SFX. The story really takes you on an Intriguing, Intense and very Adventurous journey, with hardly any pointless moments.The ACTION Sequences are Mind Blowing even in 2010, in 1991 when I watched this at the Cinema, they literally made my jaw Drop.The Motorbike and Truck chase has in my opinion not been bettered since, the One Hand Shotgun reload that Arnie does during the sequence, makes you wanna break into applause, it really is that cool. The Shoot Out at the end is brilliantly choreographed.The Music also plays a big part in the movie and adds a very real sense of menace, and I'm not just referring to the Iconic Theme Tune.Coming to the performances, everyone is Perfectly Cast. Arnie is not the best actor in the world, but this is his best performance.Linda Hamilton is just pure Badness, her attitude, her acting, her body, the works, she is a total revelation compared to the first movie.Edward Furlong is perfectly cast as the awkward but in the know Teen. Robert Patrick is terrifying real as the all Morphing emotionless machine.But I think the person who deserves the most credit is Director James Cameron, who has tried to push the boundaries of technology with every film he has made.He is not the sort of director that waits for the technology, he actually goes out and invents it.Terminator 2 is clearly the best movie in the Terminator Quadrilogy, and remains in my Top 5 Action Movies of All time.