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Have a look at this Terminator 2 fan restoration project

A screenshot from Terminator 2 showing a person on a dirtbike in the foreground and a flat-nosed semi truck in the background, approaching him.
Still one of the coolest shots in all of sci-fi, even in orange. | Screenshot: Wes Davis / The Verge

Terminator 2: Judgment Day was — and is, for some — the standard-bearer for bombastic tentpole action films after it was released in 1991, but many of its fans have been less than enthusiastic about its Blu-ray releases. In recent years, though, people who love the movie have been restoring it using 35mm prints, and one of those efforts has been making the rounds over on X.

Jon W., who frequently posts about movies and projects like these, compiled a few screenshots in a thread comparing the new version with other transfers. They didn’t credit the person working on this directly, but did post a screenshot of text from “the person who restored Terminator” — Googling some of it verbatim led me to Rob’s Nostalgia Projects.

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