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'Put That Cookie Down! Now!': Remembering Arnold Schwarzenegger's Funniest Moments

Arnold Schwarzenegger is a very funny man. Sure, during his 46-year film career, the majority of the 68-year-old Austrian-American actor’s most iconic roles have involved various wide shots of his characters flexing their muscles — most often with the soon-to-be crushed heads of the bad guys trapped between each bicep. 980 more words


Starlog #218 September 1995

A cartoon sparked by the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, “Last Action Hero” (1993)

This one was actually submitted in August 1994 so it sat in the editor’s files for a year.


"To be or not to be" Soliloquy Supercut

Like thousands of English teachers around the world, I teach Hamlet. And every year when we read Act III, I pull out the DVD’s, because the depiction of multiple scenes are crucial to understanding the character and themes of… 315 more words


Movies that Ended a Genre

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I have talked about this before but one of the many, many reasons I enjoy  717 more words


The Back of the Shelf: Last Action Hero

Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Austin O’Brien, Charles Dance, and F. Murray Abraham
Directed By: John McTiernan
Written By: Shane Black and David Arnott
Rated: PG-13

Danny is a young boy who spends his days skipping school and going to the run down movie theater that is premiering the latest in his favorite series, Jack Slater IV, starring the one and only Schwarzenegger. 695 more words

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Last Action Hero (1993)

2014 #108
John McTiernan | 126 mins | streaming (HD) | 2.35:1 | USA / English | 15 / PG-13

The first film to be advertised in space ( 431 more words


Review : Last Action Hero (1993/PG-13)

If there ever was a textbook case for bad release date, this is the film. So right off the bat it opened one week after Jurassic Park (honestly we think The Lost World was better) and it was on fast track in post production. 212 more words

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