Supercut: Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Big Words

It's hypnotic and soothing. Is it just me, or does this supercut of Arnold Schwarzenegger trying to pronounce big word remind you of Ron Burgundy's vocal warm-ups? (NextMovie)

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Movie Commentary Is Way More Entertaining Than His Movies

He explains 'Total Recall' for you, in case you have trouble following Arnold Schwarzenegger films. I wish there was a button on my computer that let me write with an Arnold Schwarzenegger accent. Sadly, the technology just isn't there yet, so please just run a loop of Arnie quotes through your head as you read this. May I suggest "Get your ass to Mars," "It's not a tumor," and "Get to the chopper!" Some gentleman with the YouTube handle of "buzzclikverifyme" went through the trouble (pleasure?) of piecing together some choice bits from Arnold Schwarzenegger's Total Recall commentary. The commentary also features another bizarrely awesome accent, which I am going to assume belongs to Dutch director Paul Verhoeven. I can't do the clip justice. Simply put, it's Arnie pointing out painfully obvious points about the film (especially to those who like the film enough to want to watch the commentary). Take four minutes out of your life and enjoy this clip that reminds us that we can't stay mad at Arnold. (Film Drunk)


Arnold Schwarzenegger On The Fourth Terminator Film: 'It Sucked'

He's not wrong. In case you were thinking that Arnold and company were going into the upcoming Terminator: Genisys thinking that the lead up film was awesome...(Arnold voice) "Think again." Schwarzenegger spoke freely about Terminator: Salvation, saying that it flat-out "sucked." It might not be a coincidence that Salvation was the only one in which Arnold didn't make an appearance, meaning that he might not be totally objective here. I mean, it's not like the installment that preceded that one was great, either. Here's a clip of the action star slamming the film: So, what does this mean? Eh, probably not much. The past two Terminators are mostly viewed as disappointments, so it's unlikely that he's the only one with this opinion. What's more interesting is determining if the new one "sucks." (THR)


Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants To Cure His Zombie Daughter In 'Maggie' Trailer

We finally get an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie about zombies and he's spends the whole thing crying. WTF?!! Abigail Breslin hasn't fared so well since Zombieland. In Maggie, a bummerific spiritual sequel to the zombie action-comedy, Breslin plays a young woman infected with the virus to the dismay of her farmer dad, Arnold Schwarzenegger. He's instructed to keep a close eye on her and send her to quarantine when she starts to act like a zombie. Being the protective dad that he is, Schwarzenegger isn't on board with this plan. You saw the lengths he went to to get his kid a Turbo-Man. Just imagine all the parades he'll ruin to find a cure for the zombie virus. Also, We finally get an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie about zombies and he's spends the whole thing crying. WTF?!!


Here's The Trailer For 'Escape Plan'

It's just 98 minutes of them having a really funny-sounding conversation. Arnie and Sly are enjoying quite the little career renaissance, aren't they? Here, we've got the trailer for Escape Plan, a movie that is most notable because it has Mr. Schwarzenegger looking like Stacey Keach, and Sylvester Stallone looking like a slightly more sad version of Sylvester Stallone. Actually, it's about an escape from prison, but so help me, if you even so much as mention it in the same breath as Stallone's Lock Up, you're going to get an earful from the man himself.


'The Last Stand' Trailer Brings Arnold Schwarzenegger Back Where He Belongs -- Shooting People

He did say that he'd be back. You do realize that Bruce Willis can't be in every movie about old guys kicking ass who pepper said ass-kickings with quips about advanced age, don't you? Luckily, Arnold Schwarzenegger has nobly stepped up to fill the gap. What would we do without Arnold? If it weren't for his eligible-for-retirement but still handy with a gatlin gun Southern sheriff, the Cartel could take over America. Thank you again for your service to this country, Mr. Schwarzenegger.


The Definitive LIst Of Arnold Schwazenegger One-Liners Is Upon Us

The perfect line for any time you rip a guy's arms off. I don't know what other information you need besides what is here in the title. Arnold Schwarzenegger is the king of cheesy action film one-liners. He's been doing this for a long time now, and while everyone has their favorite, I don't think that more than a couple are kept in mind at any one time. THAT TIME IS OVER. Here, courtesy of some dude named Shea Serrano from Grantland, is the authoritative rundown. It's unfortunately not a supercut, because that would be TOO awesome, but you can kind of make your own lame supercut by just watching this one clip over and over again: (A.V. Club)


'Trust' Reminds Us All Of The Dangers Of Sexting

After viewing this trailer, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. After viewing the newest trailer for Trust, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. Clive Owen and Catherine Keener play the parents of a 14 year-old who gets an Internet boyfriend who is not what he claims to be. The trailer does a good job of making me want to know more about who this guy is. Is he 49 years-old? Does he just have one big eye in his forehead? I guess we'll have to pay to find out. As trite as the subject matter could be, I'm hopeful that with this cast, Trust will stand the test of time better than other Internet-based thrillers such as The Net and Disclosure. The real wildcard here is David Schwimmer, who directs. His only other feature work was Run, Fatboy, Run, which didn't exactly wow audiences with its deft direction, but the trailer seems to be cohesive (and cryptic) enough that audiences will want to pull at this thread. My guesses for who the online predator is (in descending order of likelihood): Channing Tatum Marcel, the monkey from "Friends" Clint Howard