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Terminator 2: Judgment Day No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day

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Starring

Actor
Character
The Terminator
Sarah Connor
Edward Furlong
John Connor
Robert Patrick
T-1000
Earl Boen
Dr. Silberman
Joe Morton
Miles Dyson
S. Epatha Merkerson
Tarissa Dyson
Castulo Guerra
Enrique Salceda
Danny Cooksey
Tim
Jenette Goldstein
Janelle Voight
Xander Berkeley
Todd Voight
Leslie Hamilton Gearren
Twin Sarah
Ken Gibbel
Douglas
Robert Winley
Cigar Biker
Peter Schrum
Lloyd
Shane Wilder
Trucker
Michael Edwards
Old John Connor
Jared Lounsbery
Kid
Casey Chavez
Kid
Ennalls Berl
Bryant
Don Lake
Mossberg
Richard Vidan
Weatherby
Tom McDonald
Cop
Jim Palmer
Jock 1
Gerard G. Williams
Jock 2
Gwenda Deacon
Night Nurse
Don Stanton
Lewis the Guard
Dan Stanton
Lewis
Colin Patrick Lynch
Attendant
Noel Evangelisti
Hospital Guard
Nikki Cox
Girl
Lisa Brinegar
Girl
DeVaughn Nixon
Danny Dyson
Tony Simotes
Vault Guard
Diane Rodriguez
Jolanda Salceda
Dalton Abbott
Infant John Connor
Ron Young
Pool Cue Biker
Charles Robert Brown
Tattoo Biker
Abdul Salaam El Razzac
Gibbons
Mike Muscat
Moshier
Dean Norris
SWAT Team Leader
Charles A. Tamburro
Police Chopper Pilot
J. Rob Jordan
Pickup Truck Driver
Terrence Evans
Tanker Truck Driver
Denney Pierce
Burly Attendant
Mark Christopher Lawrence
Burly Attendant
Pat Kouri
SWAT Leader
Van Ling
Cyberdyne Tech
Michael Albanese
SWAT Officer
Ed Arneson
SWAT Officer
Bret A. Arnold
Future Coda Man
Debra Casey
Mohawk Girl at Biker Bar
Jim Dahl
SWAT Officer
Martin DeLuca
Cyberdyne Tech
Jennifer Jacono
Mother in Mall
Gavin Kelly
Gamer
Takao Komine
Mall Employee Shot by T-1000
Joel Kramer
Male Nurse
Anne Merrem
Psychiatric
Richard Ruskin
Frisbee Player
Scott Shaw
Cyberdyne Tech
Steven Stear
SWAT Officer
Sven-Ole Thorsen
Mall Security Guard
Randy Walker
SWAT Officer
William Wisher Jr.
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1991
 137 minutes (2 hrs 17 mins)
UK release date Released: 16th August 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date Released: 3rd July 1991
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£18,538,900
303
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
304

US total gross
$205,881,154
197
Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Global total gross
$520,881,154
205
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
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  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Canada
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 21

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£6,840,640
£6,840,640
1▲▼
£3,533,950
£10,374,590
1▲▼
£2,130,555
£12,505,145
1▲▼
£1,628,858
£14,134,003
2
£1,078,008
£15,212,011
2▲▼
£902,585
£16,114,596
2▲▼
£771,016
£16,885,612
3
£514,872
£17,400,484
4
£449,088
£17,849,572
6
£251,704
£18,101,276
13
£109,432
£18,210,708
14
£78,295
£18,289,003
14▲▼
£42,568
£18,384,636
14▲▼
£29,260
£18,448,357
14▲▼
£25,060
£18,473,417
13
£15,066
£18,488,483
14
£14,182
£18,502,665
14▲▼
£10,881
£18,513,546
14▲▼
£7,905
£18,530,101
12
£7,023
£18,537,124
14
£1,776
£18,538,900
Other Box Office History
8 November 1991
£53,065
22 November 1991
£34,461
3 January 1992
£8,650
Box Office Gross Flow
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902.6K
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Animation aimed at a more adult audience lands at the top of the box office chart this week as Sausage Party makes its UK debut at number 1.

With lead vocals from Seth Rogan the innuendoes fly fas in this 15 rated comedy as its grosses a good, but not great, £2.6 million.

Finding Dory has had a fantastic run at the box office, 2 spells at the top but this week falls down to number 3.

Its not a sad story thought and an excellent 6th week gross of £1.5 million brongs the films total gross in the UK to a fantastic £38 million, it has not out grossed Finding Nemo in the UK.

Also making their debut on the box office chart this week are Brotherhood at number 2 with £1.9 million and Cafe Society at number 9 with £0.5 million.

Highest grossing film on the box office this week is Finding Dory and longest run is The BFG which has spent 7 weeks on the top 10.

Next week sees the release of Ben-Hur (a remake) and Captain Fantastic as well as Don't Breathe the current American number 1.

Historical Charts

A year ago
Straight Outta Compton kept its grip at the top of the UK box office with No Escape the highest new film at 3.

Five years ago
The Inbetweeners Movie remained at the top and with a strong top 4 the highest new film was the Indian film Bodyguard at number 5.

Ten years ago
You, Me and Dupree remained at the top and with 3 new releases in the top 5 Little Man was the highest of them.

Fifteen years ago
Heath Ledger starred in A Knights Tale which made its debut at the top while Planet of The Apes fell to number 2 on its 3rd week.

Twenty years ago
There was no moving for Independence Day which kept its vice grip on the top while top new film Phenomenon landed at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Mega hit Terminator 2: Judgment Day was still at the top of the box office while top new film Dying Young landed at number 3.

For the second weekend Disney and Pixar hold on to the top with Finding Dory which returned to number 1 last week after a 2 week drop to number 2.

The fishy tale of the forgetful fish is having a fantastic UK box office run with a £1.5 million 5th weekend bringing its total gross to £35.8 million.

With another week to go of the School summer holidays Dory could well make another weekend at the top of the box office.

Not far behind if the highest new entry of the week, comedy Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis of Family Guy fame.

The film takes £1.4 million from the weekend, only £400,000 behind the top film.

Also new this week is War Dogs at number 4, The Purge Election Year at number 5 and Lights Out at number 8.

Highest total grossing movie this week is Finding Dory while the longest running movie on the box office is Star Trek Beyond and The BFG with 6 weeks each.

Historical Charts

A year ago
Suprise hit Straight Outta Compton made its debut a the top knocking off Paper Town which fell right down to number 8.

Five years ago
Staying at number one was The Inbetweeners Movie on its second week while the highest new film was One Day in at number 2.

Ten years ago
You, Me and Dupree was the new film at the top of the box office while Snakes On A Plane fell to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Planet of The Apes didn't move off the top spot while highest new film of the week was Heartbreakers at number 3.

Twenty years ago
There was no moving Independence Day from the top of the box office, even for Arnold Schwarzenegger which took Eraser in at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger was at the top of the box office for a second weekend with Terminator 2: Judgment Day and with a static top 3 Pump Up The Volume was the highest new film at 4.

In an unusual event for the box office charts and old favourite returns to the top of the box office, Disney/Pixars Finding Dory replaces Suicide Squad after 4 weeks of release.

We are coming to the end of the School holidays in the UK and its a time when a lot of families are back from their time away so its perhaps no suprise that the box kids film of the moment returns to the top.

A fantastic 4th weekend gross of £2.8 million takes the total gross to £32.3 million, this puts the film on a level with the original Finding Nemo.

Falling into second place is 2 week champion Suicide Squad, a £2.5 million weekend brings the total gross to an fantastic £27.6 million.

This puts the DC anti-hero film ahead of the DC superhero film Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice from earlier in the year.

Highest new film of the week is a British institution making its debut, David Brent Life On The Road, and although it hasn't done nearly as well as Absolutely Fabulous The Movie from this year is debuts at 3 with £1.4 million.

The Office was such a big hit from over10 years ago, was of its time, and is still loved its a challenge to get that feeling back, and this only looks at one of the characters so it could sink fast.

The Secret Life of Pets is still the top total grossing movie of the week with £33.7 million and the longest running film with 9 weeks.

Interesting note this week, if the chart were calculated from the full weeks taking it would have been a very different picture, Suicide Squad would have retained the top, The BFG would have been 3rd and David Brent Life on the Road would have been 6th

Historical charts

A year ago
Paper Towns made its debut at the top of the UK box office knocking Pixels off the top right down to number 6.

Five years ago
After a massive success on TV The Inbeetweeners Movie took the box office by storm making its debut at the top knocking Rise of The Planet of The Apes to number 2.

Ten years ago
After much internet hype the crowd source scripted movie Snakes On A Plane debuted at the top knocking Cars to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Tim Burtons Planet of The Apes remake debuted at the top knocking Cats and Dogs down to number 2.

Twenty years ago
Independence Day kept a strong hold of the box office and with very little in the way of new release highest debut was Nick of Time starring Johnny Depp at 7.

Twenty five years ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger had his cinematic finest moment in Terminator 2: Judgment Day which made its debut at the top knocking Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves down to number 2.

For home video enthusiasts today is a very sad day as Pioneer have announced they will stop making laserdisk players this month (June 2009).

Initially brought to market in 1978 under the name of DiscoVision the 12 inch disks were going to revolutionise home entertainment and bring that cinema quality high definition picture to the home.

Although the technology inside the huge players was far superior to that of it's magnetic tape (VHS and Beta) equivalents the lack of storage (60 minutes on each side) and high price stopped them from becoming a mainstream purchase.

American video enthusiasts took to the devices as did the Japanese, but Europe never really embraced the devices. VHS had a strong hold, and by the time people realised that their £15 film on the fragile tape was a bad idea and looked for alternatives the 5 inch DVD was hitting the market.

Here is a list of the top selling films on the Laserdisk format:

  1. Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  2. The Lion King
  3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  4. True Lies

Despite it's hard life the format has laser 30 years and sold a quite respectable 360 million units. Disks didn't shift that many, Star Wars was one of the biggest sellers with 100,000 sold and The Lion King not far behind, although exact sales data is hard to find.

Check out the wikipedia page and an article on the demise at hometheatermag.com.