Last night, the world premiere of James Cameron’s “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D” was screened at the Berlin Film Festival. Only a small amount of lucky fans got to see it yesterday (there will be another screening today) but we are fortunate that one of those fans who saw it wanted to share his experience today with the rest of the Army!

So without further ado, here is fellow Terminator fan Müller with his review of last night’s screening of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D”:

“I was happy and lucky to attend the screening  yesterday. I was there with two friends. We arrived early. The theater was very full. I felt like a child going to see t2 again for the first time. All of the audience was very excited to see it and so were we. No photography was permitted. Then it started. The 3d is the best I have ever witnessed in cinema. The t1000 was the best 3d improvement and also more scary in 3d. The sound was improved. I watched this t2 many times and heard sounds that were new. The picture was very clear very sharp. I saw lines on people’s faces I have never seen before. That was distracting just a little I must say. I also see things in the background I have never seen before. When it ended everyone applaused. Everyone loved it. After it ended James Cameron came to the screen. He talked about t6 and made us laugh about directing another terminator when he is an old man wearing a tube for oxygen. He may change more of his old movies to 3d if t2 is very successful. He also will be helping the making of t6. Then it was over. It was a wonderful experience.”

It sounds like it was a great time!  We would like to thank Müller for sharing his experience at the premiere of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D”.

We’ll be back!


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