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Impossible to watch this already without wondering how Arnie must’ve calculated it’d boost his electoral campaign. The Governor of California returns in a shiny sequel to T2 which borrows much of that film’s story and dynamics. Jonathan Mostow helms explosively, Nick Stahl and Kristanna Loken stand up strong, and it’s loudly functional. But thank God he can’t be Prez.

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