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The Last Stand


Rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, and language.

R In Theaters 01/18/2013 , 107min.
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Critic score based on 33 reviews

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July 21, 2013
old school movie, loved arnold in it
June 09, 2013
************ this film and laughed throughout the movie; Arnold was funny and his acting wasn't too bad. The bad guys were just mean; like they are supposed to be and the townspeople are hilarious. Good film; I'd give it a 7.5 out of 10.
May 26, 2013
The critics are nuts as usual. Nine of us watched this and we all loved it! It has everything you want in an action flick. Great acting, storyline and stunts, with just the right touch of humor. We'll watch it again!
May 24, 2013
Arnold has made some very entertaining movies...this isn't one of them. Bad acting, hokie lines, and lame story line doomed this film to \"Rotten Tomatoes\" status. If you're also an Arnold fan save yourself the heart ache of seeing Arnold at his worst.
February 06, 2013
i don'******* this movie yet, but maybe, Arnold must be Terminator in \"The last standing\". Absolutely classic lol.

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Is it a coincidence that classic action is making its comeback at the same time Schwarzenegger is making his own? Hey, he warned us he'd be back. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
The script is a mess, built on lazy clichés, stilted jokes and easy payoffs. What the movie does have, though, is enthusiasm. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
The movie comes up with a couple of tender moments that could pass for human, and a mano-a-mano climax in which the superhero of yore, the glint in his eye dulled but not extinguished, functions as a weirdly touching tyrannosaurus. Full Review
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle
The movie equivalent of an idiot who, to avoid scorn, starts acting like an even bigger idiot, so as to get in on the joke, too...It takes everything and nothing seriously, depending on what the filmmakers think they can get away with at any given moment, and the result, while not painful to watch, is ridiculous. Full Review
Neil Genzlinger
The New York Times
The South Korean director Kim Jee-woon fails to dazzle with the endless speeding-car sequences, but that 60-second flourish during a lengthy firefight is almost worth the tedium. Full Review
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