Releasing Date: 18 January 2013 (USA)
Director: Kim Jee-Woon
Writers: Andrew Knauer
Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Johnny Knoxville
The interest of such a film does not obviously lies in its agreed scenario, which any viewer appears able to predict turns several hundred kilometers away. This is the side of efficiency and cast it takes ogle . Besides Schwarzenegger , whose inimitable accent resonates with happiness in our ears , and villains who stand against him. You can count on Jaimie Alexander fliquette courageous , Forest Whitaker unbearable FBI agent , the hilarious Luis Guzman and wacky band , played by Johnny Knoxville . These colorful characters are adding social ties , friendship and essential to this kind of production humor
However, “The Last Stand “, although successful in its kind, lack furiously this Asian character that one would expect to see. And the presence of the composer Mowg does not change much about it . Nothing distinguishes this friendly production of any other of the same type . At least Kim Jee- woon is he will be done by hand on a friendly American production , before returning home to perform other bloody midges .
Kim Jee- woon was anyway too smart to get ideas on the symbolic ownership of the film, which was undoubtedly that of Arnold Schwarzenegger. In “The Last Stand ,” everything is done to open an avenue for Schwarzenegger , Sacramento ( the state capital of California, and seat of the governor ) to Hollywood . The scenario Andrew Knauer , Jeffrey Nachmanoff and George Nolfi can even be read as a whole shows dedicated to the former Mr. Muscle. The policeman who tries to change his life and finds himself once again in the thick of the action : this is it. The old crumbling , loved by his relatives Sommerton but despised by the younger, showing that he is still capable of a single amount of scarred face : it is too. “The Last Stand ” is constantly pounding the weight and influence of the character and the actor , advertising, through metaphor, the resurgence of Schwarzenegger in better shape than ever, despite its external aging . “That which does not kill us makes us stronger,” recalled the quote from Nietzsche placed incipit of ” Conan the Barbarian .” Schwarzenegger never dies in his films, and it always makes you stronger for the next generation !