The Last Stand
Once a narcotics officer in the LAPD, Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has settled into a peaceful life as sheriff of Sommerton Junction, a quiet border town. But that peace is shattered when Gabriel Cortez, a vicious crime lord, escapes from FBI custody and speeds toward Ray's town with a band of mercenaries. Federal agents prepare to capture Cortez, and Ray is at first reluctant to get involved -- but he soon finds he must rally his team and take matters into his own hands.
Director: Kim Jee-woon
Producer: Guy Riedel, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Miky Lee, Mike Paseornek, John Sacchi
Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Peter Stormare, Luis Guzman, Johnny Knoxville, Rodrigo Santoro, Jaimie Alexander, Zach Gilford, Eduardo Noriega, Genesis Rodriguez
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It’s fun to see Arnold back on the big screen again. The story is a modern twist on the old western theme of the bad guys riding into town. Considering the star of the show, the movie is exactly what you would expect, hearkening back to Arnold’s heyday. Simple plot, cardboard characters, splashy violence, pithy one liners. It’s all here. If you liked Arnold’s action movies in the past, you will enjoy The Last Stand. You may wonder, however, why the entire law enforcement community in the film has forgotten about a little thing called the spike strip... See Full ReviewMay 13th, 2014 · Details
A lot of bloody violence including characters being mowed down by a machine gun; people shot including in the head with bloody results; a bloody fight; spurting blood; a character stabbed in the leg with bloody results; a character has bloody cuts following an automobile accident; a major explosion... See Full ReviewFebruary 11th, 2013 · Details
Includes lots of shooting and fighting, some stabbing, and car races that create a bunch of chaos and carnage; some slapstick violence, like shooting at animal carcasses for fun; and bloody wounds... See Full ReviewJanuary 25th, 2013 · Details
The film contains considerable violence, including much gunplay, occasional profanity and frequent rough language... See Full Review
Parents should know that this film features major non-stop carnage with constant shoot-outs, chases, and fights, many characters who are injured and killed, and strong language... See Full Review
If you've got violent-movie fatigue, and you're too exhausted from real-life carnage on the news to enjoy an R-rated blood-fest in which a number of kills are executed as deliberately funny visual punchlines, you do not want to go anywhere near this film... See Full Review