First, not to be missed is the T-800, a hero in the first part and a hero in the second. The arrival of the terminator in “The Terminator” is synonymous with death right from the way he asks for clothes, while the way of T-800 in “Judgment Day” is much more humane. Arnold Schwarzenegger may not be good at showing psychological acting with a pretty hard face, but he is a legend of the action movie genre that emphasizes masculinity. Rarely anyone who has ever seen a film forget the scene of T-800 walking out of the bar in the music of “Bad to the Bone”, wearing sunglasses and riding on a large displacement vehicle in the night. He was born to play the destroyer T-800 and not only looks like a guard but also as a father to John Connor. To counter such a cool T-800, Cameron introduced an upgraded destroyer rather than the T-1000. Actor Robert Patrick was chosen to play this assassin, and his cool face and eyes perfectly suited to make the T-1000: “a Porsche against the Panzer tank is the T-800” like the way James Cameron likens it.