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    Quote Originally Posted by stanlystud View Post
    very overrated in my opinion... sly was / is much better...
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    His Terminator movies will always be my faves. Non-Terminator honorable mention goes to Last Action Hero.
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    Once again I say Conan. When dude cries because his friend can't, that makes an awesome movie


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    You guys are voting for your FAVE Arnold film. I asked you what you thought his BEST film is. Not the same thing. My fave Hitchcock film is To Catch a Thief, but I think his best film is Psycho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifrommike65 View Post
    You guys are voting for your FAVE Arnold film. I asked you what you thought his BEST film is. Not the same thing. My fave Hitchcock film is To Catch a Thief, but I think his best film is Psycho.
    Best film is Total Recall. Completely unique and rewatchable. It's still played on tv all the time. I don't have cable but i swear every time I visit my parents it's on tv
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifrommike65 View Post
    You guys are voting for your FAVE Arnold film. I asked you what you thought his BEST film is. Not the same thing. My fave Hitchcock film is To Catch a Thief, but I think his best film is Psycho.
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    Don't know if The Running Man has got a mention but I enjoyed that movie.

    His best movie for me as I mentioned earlier is Predator.

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    I will go with Conan for best and Commando as close second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Beat View Post
    Don't know if The Running Man has got a mention but I enjoyed that movie.

    His best movie for me as I mentioned earlier is Predator.
    I was wondering when someone would mention The Running Man. It sets up Total Recall.

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    I just realized something about Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies: she plays Helen, "the face that launched a thousand ships."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt James View Post
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    Stay Hungry (1976) was Arnold's first good role in a film. It was based on a 1972 novel by Charles Gaines, who also wrote Pumping Iron & did the screenplay for Stay Hungry. Arnold owes Gaines a lot for setting up a film career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifrommike65 View Post
    & another.

    Such a douche chill-inducing campy 70s flick, but an interesting watch, nonetheless. The folks behind this must still be kicking themselves in the ass for not using Arnold's voice and last name. (Arnold Strong on the billing and a bad dub.)

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    The DVD release has an "Original English Dialogue" audio track that uses Arnold's voice. I nominated this film not because it's a good film (it isn't) but because Arnold was in the shape of his life, & the film gives you the best look at him the year he competed in the IFBB Mr. Olympia the first time: 1969. (He won the show the following year.)
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