HE was a weight lifter then an big time actor then
Arnie's top films in actual order of greatness:
This is the actual order of great films, some may say how can this be? i don't see Batman & Robin, on the list some may say. Frankly its because batman 3, is one of the shittest films ever.
Arnie films as i hope everyone knows, depict an era when some people would say, the movies were real movies.
Budgets were ever wildly increasing. Terminator 2 for instance raised the roof at $94 million dollars. Infact Terminator 2 was completely different, this was the first cgi heavy film ever... before this, it was real explosions, anamatronics and stuntmen who only just looked like the characters with bad wigs on.
By the late 90s Action films had changed as people demanded, more content. One such example was better stories and romantic leads.. 'yawn' give me an Uzi and a death toll over useless storyline and content anyday.
Arnold did use steroids, He admitted it and to be frank -state the bleedin' obvious i guess, but not many people knew anything about them when he started. 'it was the 80's and the health risks weren't as we know it today.'
things are different now.
I would let him off for that one.
Well i wouldn't
try to tell him off even his new fat 66 year old frame - hes a UNIT, im sure he would scare the shit out of me.
So i guess theres just one last thing to say:
Kindergarten Cop is one hell of a shit film.
One thing is for certain, Arnold has massive charisma, even though his arms arn't as big as they were everyone seems to have little problem with the mega star all across the world.
In many respects hes the artist Michael Jackson of movies, with less controversy... global.
think Arnold has it all his own way. Sylvester Stalone his closest contempary, recieved an Oscar for best sports film in 1976 with 'Rocky.' Arnold has never been taken seriously enough within the field he dominates even today. Although he was the top earner in hollywood for nearly a decade. He still cant act, his sharm is his curse and we love him for it, its appealingly human.