Make Sticky, Morph!

The creature's arms elongate into gleaming spikes that impale people and latch onto moving cars. It can appear as a bulge in the floor, transforming itself into a humanoid that then proceeds to walk through a steel gate, its artificial skin oozing between the bars like melted butter. Frozen by liquid nitrogen, it is shattered into a thousand pieces, but its fragments congeal again into a glistening body of liquid chrome.

To the wide-eyed audiences of Terminator 2, the android called the T-1000, with its ability to assume the shape of anything it touches, is a state-of- the-art killing machine sent...

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