Last Action Hero
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Arnold spoofs action movies, adds more violence.
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Fresh: It makes more than its share of missteps, yet the core of this action lampoon delivers a decent portion of laughs and mischief, giving Schwarzenegger and McTiernan an occasion to make fun of themselves while raising a little hell.
- Brian Orndorf, BrianOrndorf.com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Fresh: Entertaining yet thoroughly uneven...
- David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews, Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Rotten: Joyless, tastelss, and soulless, Last Action Hero can't decide if it's an actioner, a comedy or a spoof.
- Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
I really don't understand why this movie gets so much flack, it's really a great idea and fun critique of Hollywood movies. Maybe it was too ahead of its time and maybe it still is, but I enjoyed it a lot. Arnold Schwarzenegger was extremely brave and humble to joke about himself and the movies he tends to be in, just a testament to someone who appreciates all they have. All the cameos and film references are some great touches and I love the cheesy over the top sequences and dialogue. I think the overall message is good; while Hollywood isn't an accurate representation of the world, it's still an important part of our culture and a way for us to see life as we wish it was.
- ythelastman89, Sunday, May 16, 2010
"Dracula huh? I can get King Kong! We'll have a nightmare with Freddy Krueger, have a surprize party for Adolf Hitler, Hannibal Lecter can do the catering, and then we'll have christening for Rosemary's Baby!" Ridiculously cheezy, no brainer movie. A few witty lines and a whole lot of corny ensembles. Come on, its a kiddie Shwarzenegger movie! What more can you expect? Recommendation: Just wait for it to be shown on TV, dont rent it and dont even try to buy it. Arnold looks soo much like Duke Nukem in this, lol!
- Gx7, Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Another real person stepping into a movie screen, movie characters stepping out into the real world plot device. I don't think the main kid character hold the picture together very well. I don't care for the action. Schwarzenegger and the villain are sooo cartoonish. The concept is not carried out very well from my adult perspective, but I know there is an audience for it.
- hypathio7, Tuesday, September 29, 2009