» 2 Discs
» Tin Slipcase
» First Pressing
» Terminator 2 : Judgement Day (movie)
» - Theatrical Cut
» - Director's Cut
» - Extended Alternate Cut (easter egg)
» Audio Commentary with 26 Members of the Cast And Crew
» THX Optimode Configuration Tools
» Cast And Crew Biographies
» Cast And Crew Filmographies
» DVD-Rom Contents
» DVD, R1, NTSC
» 2.35:1 Anamorphic
» English DTS ES 5.1
» English DD EX 5.1
» English DD 2.0 Surround
» The Making of T2
» T2: More Than Meets The Eye
» The Making of T2: 3-D: Breaking The Screen Barrier
» Deleted Scenes
» Interrogation Surveillance Archives (Interviews and Behind-The-Scenes Stuff)
» Data Core (Large section of extras including text, stills, videoclips and more)
» Complete Original Screenplay
» 5 Trailers
» DVD, R1, NTSC
» Terminator 2 : Judgment Day
» T2 / Terminator 2 : Judgement Day
» James Cameron
» Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Earl Boen, Joe Morton
OK, here's a classic to say the least. This was really quite an eye-catcher when it came out but nowadays it's been surpassed by a lot of sets I suppose. Still, for a metall case it's still very nicely embossed and all in all a very worthy release to keep of this classic film. To bad they didn't decide to make the slipcase go all the way around the back but other than that I guess I'm fine with it.
This release features three different versions of the film. The original theatrical cut (136 min NTSC), the director's cut (153 min NTSC) AND the extended special edition cut (156 min NTSC) which comes as a special easter egg. All three versions are presented via seamless branching.
And in the end, this is one of those sets that really holds up after all these years. This is still ranked as one of (if not THE) best release of this film so far. It's got a huge amount of extras as well as a DTS soundtrack and a good transfer. To put it simply; this is just one of those editions you need to own, even if it's not the most sought after edition out there.
This release has actually been pressed twice. The original release came on a standard doublsided DVD-18 disc with exactly the same features and the same metall case as this does. When the first pressing went OOP it was replaced by just a standard keepcase and a cardbard slipcase (still with only 1 disc - doublesided).
However, then there was a second pressing that contained exactly the same features but it was released on two (singlesided) DVD-9 discs. This was also presented with the metall slipcase on the first run (and that's the one I have!), and was later replaced by 2 singlesided discs in a keepcase and a cardboard slipcase.