Written May 28, 2016
I rate this a B+. It is a typical Arnold movie that would have worked great about 10-15 years ago. However it was a fun escape. Lots of action, cheesy lines and some funny bits. But Arnold is getting a little old for the one liners that they force out of his mouth....they just don't carry the weight like they used to. That being said it was good to see him back in action. Go and enjoy it for what it is....fun.
Written February 09, 2016
If you're a fan of the Terminator you have to check this out. A bit different from what you would be used to coming from Arnie but still a good action movie with a lot of substance.
Written July 01, 2015
The movie started sl-o-ow, had a good middle and an ending that was predictable and a little stereotypical. The story line itself was interesting. Arnold didn't have any known actors that I recognized. I'm glad there wasn't much money put into this movie, because it wasn't worth much. I spent too much money on it myself between my ticket and popcorn. The upcoming previews were good.
Written October 25, 2014
If you like Arnold movies then you with like this! Most of his movies are good or were good at the time. Being too old! . Its just a movie. if 5'1 tom cruise can pull off a tough guy then so can a 70 year old man.. This is nothing new with hollywood. remember the last James bond movie where Roger moore did acrobats when he was old. Saun Connery same thing.. We dont want them to go! They garentee a good time every time. I will watch Arold in his 90's if I can. Putting an age limit on fun mean that we all loose out. Im also glad the music business decided to bring back old farts too. ACDC,. Rolling stones, U2, not sure about VanHalens comback though lol
Feel like a kid again and go see arnold for the fun of it! How many people were inspired forever by Stalones old inspirational movies? these are the movies that effect out lives and who we are! I still get chills when I here the rocky theme at those motovational siminars. LOL How did you feel after watching the English patiant? lol
Written November 28, 2015
While expectations for the once world's most famous and popular actor return are not high, it helps make this movie better. Since the action stars have aged and took a hiatus till The Expendables reunited everyone, I feel that movies aren't made that way they once where, and that's where Arnold reigns supreme. Nothing you haven't seen before, you still find yourself grinning from ear to ear throughout The Last Stand's total run time. Arnold is a bad-a all over again and hasn't lost much of his comedic timing either. Luis Guzman is still funny, Johnny Knoxville is, well, still a jack-a, and Genesis Rodriguez is soon to be typecast if she doesn't get herself a role where she's more than just eye candy. (She's great in Casa de mi Padre, though.) The violence is fun, the cast works well together, and director Kim Ji-Woon puts it all together so well I'm going to need to see some of his other work. Well worth a trip to the theaters and DEFINITELY worth picking up on DVD if you wait.