Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone
If they look like they can kick your *** then they still got it.
Just saw Schwarzenegger's new movie.... LOVED IT.. LOVED HIM The audience seemed to agree...I'll see Willis, Stallone, Connery, Ford and the others as long as they can keep making them... I think they show age, but don't we all, but they are certainly keeping fit and outwitting is a thrill too.... I think the aging has added some additional recognition of feelings and compassion that I find compelling...... Eastwood, who talks to chairs for Mit-wits, I'll never go see another of his flicks... see no wits in real life makes any attempts on screen feeble and pathetic.
It's not the age, it's the mileage. They are still in shape, familiar, and still bad***. They will be very hard to replace. I say, go for it!
If they can pull it off, they are not too old to make movies...
I agree not all the big action stars back in the day are too old to make more movies
And by the way Parental Guidance proves that Billy Crystal ain't too old for comedy
I wouldn't pay a dime to see Arnold or Stallone, but Bruce Willis will always be the lovable guy who gets involved in things out of control and sets them right. I love the fact they continue the story with sons and daughters..it's great!!
Agreed... Willis has aged gracefully and still plays an awesome bad a$%! Stallone and Arnold were never great actors, in the 80's you could get away with that by having a bunch of stuff blow up. So now you have have bad acting (terrible one liners) and old guys running around trying to relive the glory days.
I am loving all the new movies with Baby Boomer starts........Keep em coming Arnold, Willis, Stallone, Connery, and all the rest.... they still are great at action and the wit is increased..... trickery, intelligence, wit all great teammates of action. I will go see every single one
I only see their glory days once in a while especially Harrison Ford. Now most of the time I'm into vintage Hollywood 30's through 60's from Shirley Temple to Cary Grant to Gene Kelly to Fred & Ginger or Rita.
Have you seen Stallone's physique? As long as they can deliver the goods, more power to them.
I only heard the other day that Stallone also had a movie coming out, but I've never really been a fan of his, so I probably won't see it. But I'm gonna be seeing The Last Stand this weekend, and will definitely be seeing the new Die Hard. Willis is still on the top of his game, in my opinion. And it's not that we don't have a new crop of action heroes yet. It's that the studios won't let them do bloody/violent R-rated movies, so we have to depend on the tried and true actors to give us what we want. Hopefully the studios will start making harder action movies with the young guys soon.
Hope so too and maybe the reason they can't do bloody movies which I'm not a fan of is because of the tragic incidents in the past 6 months
i love ya sly i'll watch any of your movies i dont care what it is new rambo expendables anything with sly i will watch no mateer what!!!!!
I first saw him in Spy kids 3D Game over almost ten years ago
ok not the best sly movie so that was your first movie you saw with sly in it? and are u saying u don"tlike him?
I'm not saying that
Age means nothing, Hell Sean Connery did action movie until he was in his 70's and id still go see him if he did another in his 90's.
Yeah age means nothing
By the way I've seen Connery in Indiana Jones and the last crusade, my favorite installment
I don't care how old is too old
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