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The Last Stand, Trailer.

After appearing in a larger role for the Expandables 2, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s retuns for his first leading role since Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in 2003.

Here is the plot of the film.
Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sheriff of the quiet US border town of Sommerton Junction after leaving the LAPD following a bungled operation. Following his escape from the FBI, a notorious drug baron, his gang, and a hostage are heading toward Sommerton Junction where the police are preparing to make a last stand to intercept them before they cross the border. Owens is reluctant to become involved but ultimately joins in with the law enforcement efforts


8 responses

  1. I noticed he had a new one coming out besides The Expendables 2 but I hadn’t taken the time to watch the trailer yet. He and Forest Whitaker are the only two people I recognized from that preview. Still, it looks like it could be some fun. I may have to see it when it hits DVD. It’s nice to see Arnold doing some good ol’ action and mayhem again. 😉 After all, his political career and marriage are over, so he might as well go back to what made him famous.

    20/08/2012 at 06:48

    • He still does political stuff, when he was over here for the Expendables 2, he was out with Boris Johnson (London Mayor).

      The new film looks good. I like the fact that they have taken into account his age. That scene where is smashes though the door and the guy asks if he OK and he replies that he old.

      20/08/2012 at 08:42

      • Yeah, I like that part too. It’s smart to not try and hide the fact that he’s 65 years old. Embrace it. After all, it’s not like he’s an invalid, he’s still in great physical shape.

        What I meant about his political career is that he’s out of office and not likely to be elected to any public offices in the future. I didn’t mean he’s completely out of the political game. However, for some reason, we here in the US can handle celebrities in sex scandals but not politicians. I guess it’s because we don’t really have to rely on celebrities for anything but entertainment. So, he’s more likely to be better accepted by going back into acting than running for public office. (it’s a weird double standard, if you ask me)

        20/08/2012 at 16:41

      • LOL politicians or Cleb, it not excepted here.
        But then we don’t make a much as a big deal about, like the US does. The US act like it the end of the world, while here it more of they are a dirty B******d!!

        21/08/2012 at 08:46

      • I haven’t figured out why celebrities in this country are put on such a high pedestal. That’s the problem right there. And then, when someone is famous, the majority of people seem to want to know “everything” about them. Then, when they find out something they don’t like, it’s like, “OH MY GOD!!” Me, I could care less as it doesn’t affect me personally. I have my own issues to worry about. 😉

        21/08/2012 at 16:51

      • I really don’t give a shit what they get up to in their personal life. They make film/TV shows and Music that I enjoy, then I will see more of their work but that it.

        They make shit load of cash from their work and the only time I pay attention to their personal life, is when they use their own money to help the needy.
        Bill Gates is perfect Example is company maybe the devil (Apple is nearly there. 😉 ) But gates gives billions of pounds away each year to help the needy and for that you got to repect the man!

        21/08/2012 at 17:13

      • Bill Gates has moved from being CEO of Microsoft to being a philanthropist, so he gives a lot to charity. I have respect for him for that. Really, I have respect for him for what he did as CEO, he put Windows onto nearly every PC sold. Without him, Windows would likely have been one of a handful of operating systems barely scraping by thanks to a few loyal users. But, yes, he does nice things with his money now. I don’t think I ever heard of any of the Apple CEOs doing anything really nice with theirs.

        Company wise, Apple is just as bad as if not worse than Microsoft. They use patents they shouldn’t even have to block devices competing with theirs from being sold in the US. Microsoft uses their patents to make the device manufacturers pay them for each device sold. To me, what Apple does is worse. (though, neither is good) I won’t buy anything by Apple because of that shady crap. And yet, they’re not demonized nearly as much as Microsoft is.

        21/08/2012 at 17:28

      • Yes you have to respect that the man has a great business head, and his compnay has done more good things for Tech than bad.

        But the only reason Microsoft get hits in the balls all the time and Apple does not is that has only been big since the IPOD. Yes I know Apple is an older company that Microsoft, but they hit the big time very quickly and blow Apple out of the water in the early days.

        21/08/2012 at 17:41

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