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Submitted by movieshateyoutoo 923d ago | review

The Last Stand Review - Movies Hate You Too

Nicholas of Movies Hate You Too:

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s acting career began years before his first major starring role in Conan the Barbarian, but for all intents and purposes let’s say his acting career was really born in 1982. To quote Blade Runner, “The light that burns twice as bright burns for half as long” and just over twenty years later his career looked to be nearly over. Then, despite being the Governor of California for eight years, semi-retiring from acting, and going through an embarrassing (and very public) divorce due to an affair from years earlier Arnold seems poised for a comeback in the appropriately titled The Last Stand. (Cinema, The Last Stand) 4/5

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