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This is a Trance remix of the Terminator 2 theme that I've made in 1998 using Impulse tracker. The sample quality wasn't so good. Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) Original Music (Soundtrack) composed by Brad Fiedel. Movie Credits: Directed by James Cameron. Produced by James Cameron. Written by James Cameron & William Wisher Jr. Music Score by Brad Fiedel. Makeup Special Effects: Stan Winston. Starring By Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick. Movie Genre: Science Fiction - Action Movie Type and Themes: Sci Fi, cyborg, robot, android, time travel, causal loops, artificial intelligence, future, dystopia, war, human resistance. Music (Remix) by Fernando Pereira. Video clip by Fernando Pereira. Download the MP3 here: http://www.archive.org/download/Terminator_2_Theme_Remix/Terminator_2_Theme_Remix.mp3 keys: demoscene demo scene game games music tracker mod mods sample 8 bit sequencer module modules scream impulse tracker s3m it electronic, electronica, house, hi-nrg, hi nrg, trance, techno, dream, progressive, breaks, breakbeat, jungle, rhythm, dance, music, fantasy, psy, goa, psychedelic, euro, eurohouse, eurodance, disco, club, dancing, party, rave, images, pictures, laser, robert miles, melody, melodies, piano, synth, synthesizer, sequencer, track, tracker, mod, video, clip.
25 Apr 2009
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Part Two Of My Review Of Live Free Or Die Hard(2007) aka. Die Hard 4.0 Starring Bruce Willis, Yorgo Constantine, Timothy Olyphant, Kevin Smith, Jonathan Sadowski, Cliff Curtis, Maggie Q, Andrew Friedman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, And Justin Long. Directed By Len Wiseman. # When introduced to an agent Johnson, McClane says: "Johnson, again?", a nod to the two agents Johnson in Die Hard (1988), despite the fact that McClane and the two agents Johnson never spoke or met face to face. # In the beginning of the film, John McClane and Lucy have an argument that eventually leads to them discussing her use of her mother's last name, "Gennaro." A similar argument takes place in Die Hard (1988), when McClane is searching for the location of his wife, Holly, in the Nakatomi building. He does not find her under "McClane," but does find her under her maiden name "Gennaro." # The Terminator action figure in Matt's apartment is a nod to executive producer William Wisher Jr. and composer Marco Beltrami. Wisher co-wrote and appeared in The Terminator (1984) and Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), and Beltrami composed the score for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003). # The first film in the Die Hard series not to be shot in the anamorphic Panavision process. This film was shot in Super 35 to save money with visual effects. # When McClane is driving in Jersey and talking to the chief captain of Camden, the guy's name is Wiseman, same name as the director, Len Wiseman, although pronounced 'Wheezeman', as this was how most crew-members thought his name should be pronounced. The voice is that of the director himself. # The screen to the far left of all of Warlock's hacking screens has the auction website eBay open with a Boba Fett action figure being watched. # In addition to the 'Agent Johnson' reference, several other elements from the first film are revisited as series trademarks. Among them are: crawling on broken glass, use of air-ducts, elevator shafts, and maintenance areas in corporate buildings, a henchman falling down stairs, an inquiry on the E.T.A. of a helicopter, and McClane's "Yippie Ki Yay' catchphrase. # When Gabriel is talking to McClane over the phone and pulling up his information on the computer, Bonnie Bedelia makes a cameo appearance in the form of her character Holly McClane's driver's license photo. The photo appears as though it may be either a publicity shot from a prior "Die Hard" film or a still photo (i.e. family portrait) from one of the movies. # All the IP-addresses shown in the movie are legal ones. However, most start with either 10, 172.16 or 192.168. Those numbers are reserved for local traffic only. Matt transfers the data with scp to 202.218.154.52, which is owned by a Japanese company. # On the traffic monitoring screens showing the created traffic jam ups, some reused footage (armored car turning) from the The Italian Job (2003) can be seen. # The video game Gears of War (2006) (VG) for the Xbox 360 is featured twice in the film: on televisions in the first hacker's apartment and in the Warlock's basement. # The name "Tovarek", which Mai Lihn uses as an FBI agent, is a Polish word and one of its meanings is "hot chick" (the correct Polish word is "towarek", but it's pronounced like this). # The car that is stolen in the film by McClane and Farrell is a 2006 E60 BMW 5 series, which was chosen due to a poll that found that people wanted films that had more BMWs in it. The main reason given was that the alternatives (Audis and Mercedes-Benzes) were too common and not bold and imposing enough to go with the characters in the film. The particular BMW model (5 series) was chosen because the director, Len Wiseman, found "the 3 series too common, the 7 series too uptight and every other car either too feminine or compensating for a midlife crisis... Everything McClane isn't, yet".
12 Sep 2010
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day Movie Clip - watch all clips http://j.mp/zVc19H click to subscribe http://j.mp/sNDUs5 John (Edward Furlong) tries to outrun the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) as The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) races to save him. TM & © Lionsgate (2012) Cast: Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick, Arnold Schwarzenegger Director: James Cameron MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: http://j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: http://j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: http://j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: http://j.mp/ya3Ial Producer: James Cameron, Stephanie Austin, Mario Kassar, Gale Anne Hurd, B.J. Rack Screenwriter: James Cameron, William Wisher Jr. Film Description: A sequel to the sci-fi action thriller that made him and star Arnold Schwarzenegger A-list Hollywood names, writer/director James Cameron upped the ante with this follow-up by employing a more sweeping storyline and cutting-edge special effects. Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor, now a single mother to rebellious teen John Connor (Edward Furlong), during the late nineties. Having been informed by a time-traveling soldier in the first film that John will one day grow up to become humanity's savior from a computer-controlled Armageddon, Sarah has responded by becoming a muscle-bound she-warrior bent on educating John in survival tactics and battle strategies. Her ranting about humankind's future has landed Sarah in an insane asylum and John in the foster care system. The rebellious John has responded to his situation by getting into scrapes with the law. When a new and improved Terminator android called the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) arrives from the future to eliminate John, an older model T-800 (Schwarzenegger) is sent to protect the boy. The T-1000, however, has the ability to morph itself into any shape it desires, allowing it chameleon-like powers and near indestructibility. The T-800 saves John's life and helps break Sarah out of the institution. Staying only one step ahead of the dogged T-1000, Sarah leads her son and the T-800 to the headquarters of Cyberdyne Systems, the company that will invent a robotic intelligence that will eventually take over the world. There, they attempt to convince inventor Miles Dyson (Joe Morton) to help them stop the future from ever occurring by destroying his work. Dyson sacrifices himself in an explosion to save the world, leading to a final showdown between the two Terminators at a steel foundry. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), which won four Oscars in technical categories for its groundbreaking effects, was followed by a short sequel filmed exclusively as an attraction for theme parks, Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time (1996). "terminator 2 judgment day","arnold schwarzenegger","robert patrick","edward furlong","motorcycle videos","tire videos","truck videos","action thrillers","sci-fi thrillers","action sci-fi fantasy",blockbusters,"sci-fi fantasy","mario kassar","gale anne hurd","james cameron","stephanie austin","bj rack","evil videos","survival videos","los angeles videos","the terminator","john connor",t-1000,"movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V++++49102,/m/02mylf,/m/02f_k_,/m/0tc7
18 Jan 2013
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day Movie Clip - watch all clips http://j.mp/zVc19H click to subscribe http://j.mp/sNDUs5 The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) takes care of the police force outside of Skynet. TM & © Lionsgate (2012) Cast: Edward Furlong, Joe Morton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton Director: James Cameron MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: http://j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: http://j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: http://j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: http://j.mp/ya3Ial Producer: James Cameron, Stephanie Austin, Mario Kassar, Gale Anne Hurd, B.J. Rack Screenwriter: James Cameron, William Wisher Jr. Film Description: A sequel to the sci-fi action thriller that made him and star Arnold Schwarzenegger A-list Hollywood names, writer/director James Cameron upped the ante with this follow-up by employing a more sweeping storyline and cutting-edge special effects. Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor, now a single mother to rebellious teen John Connor (Edward Furlong), during the late nineties. Having been informed by a time-traveling soldier in the first film that John will one day grow up to become humanity's savior from a computer-controlled Armageddon, Sarah has responded by becoming a muscle-bound she-warrior bent on educating John in survival tactics and battle strategies. Her ranting about humankind's future has landed Sarah in an insane asylum and John in the foster care system. The rebellious John has responded to his situation by getting into scrapes with the law. When a new and improved Terminator android called the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) arrives from the future to eliminate John, an older model T-800 (Schwarzenegger) is sent to protect the boy. The T-1000, however, has the ability to morph itself into any shape it desires, allowing it chameleon-like powers and near indestructibility. The T-800 saves John's life and helps break Sarah out of the institution. Staying only one step ahead of the dogged T-1000, Sarah leads her son and the T-800 to the headquarters of Cyberdyne Systems, the company that will invent a robotic intelligence that will eventually take over the world. There, they attempt to convince inventor Miles Dyson (Joe Morton) to help them stop the future from ever occurring by destroying his work. Dyson sacrifices himself in an explosion to save the world, leading to a final showdown between the two Terminators at a steel foundry. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), which won four Oscars in technical categories for its groundbreaking effects, was followed by a short sequel filmed exclusively as an attraction for theme parks, Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time (1996). "terminator 2 judgment day","arnold schwarzenegger","linda hamilton","edward furlong","joe morton","barrel videos","desk videos","grenade launcher videos","helicopter videos","machine gun videos","police car videos","remote control videos","action thrillers","sci-fi thrillers","action sci-fi fantasy",blockbusters,"sci-fi fantasy","mario kassar","gale anne hurd","james cameron","stephanie austin","bj rack","movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V++++49102,/m/02mylf,/m/05mc99,/m/0tc7,/m/0g_z9
2 Jun 2013
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http://video.movies.go.com/products/01489900.html Judge Dredd is a 1995 action film directed by Danny Cannon, and starring Sylvester Stallone, Diane Lane, Rob Schneider, Armand Assante and Max von Sydow. The film is based on the Judge Dredd strip in the British comic 2000 AD. Certain elements of the film were altered from the comic series, but it still did not find wide mainstream appeal. Sylvester Stallone - (Judge Dredd) Armand Assante - (Rico) Diane Lane - (Judge Hershey) Rob Schneider - (Fergie, Herman Ferguson) Joan Chen - (Ilsa) Max von Sydow - (Judge Fargo) Christopher Adamson - (Mean Machine) Ian Dury - (Geiger) Balthazar Getty - (Olmeyer) James Earl Jones - (Narrator) Angus MacInnes - (Judge Silver) Peter Marinker - (Judge Esposito) Joanna Miles - (McGruder) Jürgen Prochnow - (Judge Griffin) Maurice Roeves - (Warden Miller) Mitchell Ryan - (Hammond) Phil Smeeton - (Fink Angel) Pat Starr - (Lily Hammond) Ed Stobart - (Barge Crew Member) Scott Wilson - (Pa Angel) Mattieu Ricard - (Zed Squatter 1) Production Credits: Les Tomkins (Art Director) Don Dossett (Art Director) Kevin Phipps (Art Director) Tony Munafo (Associate Producer) Susan Nicoletti (Associate Producer) David Worley (Camera Operator) Jackie Burch (Casting) Adrian Biddle (Cinematographer) Alan Silvestri (Composer (Music Score)) Emma Porteous (Costume Designer) Danny Cannon (Director) Harry Keramidas (Editor) Alex Mackie (Editor) Jeremy Gibbs (Editor) Edward R. Pressman (Executive Producer) Andrew G. Vajna (Executive Producer) Christopher Newman (First Assistant Director) Leslie Shatz (Musical Direction/Supervision) Chris Munro (Musical Direction/Supervision) Charles Lippincott (Producer) Beau Marks (Producer) Nigel Phelps (Production Designer) Margaret Adams (Production Manager) William Wisher, Jr. (Screenwriter) Steven E. de Souza (Screenwriter) John Fasano (Screenwriter) Michael De Luca (Screenwriter) Walon Green (Screenwriter) Peter Young (Set Designer) Alan Silvestri (Songwriter) Diane Pearlman (Special Effects) Del Baker (Stunts) Nigel Fan (Stunts) Les Tomkins (Supervisor/Manager) Joel Hynek (Visual Effects Supervisor)
7 Nov 2013
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