Maybe some you had already realized this, but I hadn't. From Quora: Since the second it came out, Terminator 2: Judgment Day became a classic, and to this day is considered by many to be the greatest action movie of all time. But before the movie started shooting, Arnold Schwarzenegger had a problem with the script and I can't blame him for it. James Cameron revealed in an interview with The Ringer: I could tell there was something bugging him, right? We were pals at this point. Post-Terminator, we rode motorcycles together. And he said, ‘Jim, I have a big problem with the script.’ I said, ‘Well, what is it?’ And he said, ‘I don’t kill anybody.’ I said, ‘I know, right? They’ll never see that coming. Nobody will guess it.’ He said, ‘I know, but one thing is a surprise. Another thing is I don’t kill anybody and I’m the Terminator.’ This is happening on some terrace at Cannes and everybody’s looking. I’m like, ‘Let’s talk this out.’ I give him all the reasons how it’s going to work. He said, ‘I know, but everybody knows I kick in the door and shoot everybody. That’s what I do.’ Up until now, I hadn't noticed he never killed anyone in the film, and that shows how good the film is. The characters are so good that we don't even notice that the T-800 is not doing what he is known for but still manages to be the badassest badass of all badasses.