Written January 30, 2015
This movie is more interesting when considered in juxtaposition to the nation going bug nut crazy about guns. Not because of the obvious violence inherent in any Schwarzenegger movie, but because of the character Lewis Dinkham (Johnny Knoxville). Dinkham is the person gun control advocates are afraid of: the small down gun nut who is hiding an arsenal. Well, it’s not really the guns he’s hiding, as it is all the ammo. Dinkham has his guns right out in the open, literally on display, in his gun “museum” (open every third Thursday of the month from noon to 3 p.m.). Dinkham’s collection saves the day. After he adds the condition the government need not know about his stash, of course.
I thought Hollywood was run by liberal Jews? If so, something’s all screwy here. Dinkham saving the day doesn’t sound like the message the left is espousing. I suppose a gun fetish is ok when one is crazy in the lovable buffoon way and not the Ted Nugent way.
Written February 10, 2016
I had fun today and was entertained by this movie. It had lots of hot cars, explosions, gun fire and the good guys are the best with the evil guys, very evil. It was truly the good guys shooting the bad guys. Obama should watch this one.
Written July 04, 2015
I was pleasantly surprised at this movie. A good plot, a good cast of characters and entertaining. I would recommend!
Written May 04, 2016
i liked the action!
Written May 27, 2016
Yes I went because it was Arnold's first come back headliner in a movie. It was a good mixture of Humor, and action as well as blood and guts. for sure. It's worth the money. It's sad that it didn't do better on it's opening weekend. But then again he was up against some serious great movies. So tell your friends go see it. Way to go Arnold. I look forward to a Terminator sequence in about 20 years where the terminator is in a wheel chair.