Stewie Griffin’s review published on Letterboxd:
James Camerons' 1991 iconic sci-fi epic could perhaps be considered one of the best and most influential movies of its genre. Non-stop action, futuristic violence intertwined with parent issues, create an astoundingly thrilling and absorbingly enthralling actuality, in which the viewers will almost certainly get gulped into. Even when not a fan of action, Judgment Day will impress you with how advanced, and substantially entertaining it is. It imagines things you wouldn't even be likely to dream and gets these sequences onscreen with a flawlessness that is outstanding.
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