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Edward Furlong is not unappealing. He was not annoying in Terminator 2 either! He gave a convincing and emotional performance. Especially for a 13 year - old kid pulled from a Boys club in California with no acting experience at all! Take the ending for instance: When John Connor is trying to plead with the Terminator not to be terminated. He was very emotional and gave a captivating performance! And Ms. Fox is an ACTRESS. Which means she PRETENDS to be SOMEONE ELSE. Just because she doesn't use profanity in real life doesn't mean she can't pretend to!
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