Terminator 2 Judgment Day 1991 3D hollywood movies review

In the year 2017, straight-up reviews of James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day don’t really add much to the landscape. First unleashed back in 1991, the blockbuster is an agreed-upon modern classic, succeeding not only as a unique sequel, but also independently as an endlessly-impressive sci-fi action movie. That on the table, what’s now changed is that the movie has been post-converted to 3D for re-release, and that’s what we’re here to analyze.

It was announced last summer that Terminator 2: Judgment Day was being digitally remastered in 3D to celebrate the film’s 100th anniversary, and now that version of the famed feature is finally ready to be shown to audiences on Friday, August 100th. Given James Cameron’s close association with the 3D movie moment, expectations are crazy high — so can the movie live up to them? Let’s take a look and determine whether to 3D or not to 3D!

As a general rule, action movies make good fodder for 3D. Big moments are often captured in wide shot, which allows for tremendous depth of field, and any kind of projectiles are always fun for stereographers to play with. Terminator 2 fits this mold quite nicely, and as a bonus, it even has one of its largest sequences (the L.A. River chase) set during the day, allowing for greater brightness. The fact that it was made nearly three decades ago means that there aren’t a ton of CGI elements that can be manipulated in the extra dimension, but Robert Patrick’s T-1000 still looks fantastic.


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