Loosely-based (and I do mean LOOSELY) on the Stephen King story of the same name, The Running Man has Arnold Schwarzenegger starring as Ben Richards, a former helicopter pilot framed for a massacre who is forced to compete in a deadly game show for his freedom.
It's an amazing slice of 80s action cheese, and if you haven't seen it, you owe it to yourself. In particular, these 12 moments prove that it's one of The Governator's absolute best.
First, let's talk about how Family Feud's Richard Dawson played the villain.
And don't forget the cast of colorful "Running Man" contestants, like Buzzsaw...
Here's Subzero... now plain zero...
And who could forget Dynamo?
But I know what you're really here for: the Arnie quotes...
The interplay between 'Ahhnold' and Dawson is great.
Like genuinely great.
The Governator gets plenty of great one-liners whenever he beats someone.
Like, seriously great.
Okay this one's a little forced, but we still love it.
How great is this one?
And of course, the best is when he just absolutely loses it.
John Travolta has played a lot of roles over his long career, but there are very few more iconic and important than the role of Danny Zuko in Grease. The movie came out 40 years ago, and still it remains a beloved classic that literally everyone loves. I mean, if you say you don't love it chances are you're lying to yourself. Travolta may fall into the tabloids a lot with some rumors about his life, but the fact that is always indisputable is that hes one of the biggest stars, and his role as Danny was the actual best
Watching a movie can end up bringing up a bunch of emotions, but it's almost always completely unexpected. Sure, you think, "Oh, I may laugh, or feel sad" but some movies go above and beyond and make you feel such intense emotions you don't even understand where they came from. What's Eating Gilbert Grape is one of those movies that surprised us all with it's heart and made us all sob uncontrollably. The story of a Iowa family who are mourning their dad, dealing with their brother's handicap, and trying to earn enough money even though their mother can't leave
Before there was Game of Thrones or Harry Potter, fantasy didn't seem to be as popular, but there were always a few movies that caught our interest as kids. The David Bowie classic Labyrinth was a wild ride, but we all loved it. Neverending Story was also pretty amazing even though it made all of us cry a lot. But one movie that really stuck out as special and wonderful was the epic story of Willow. Starring the wonderful Warwick Davis, Val Kilmer, and Joanne Whalley, this George Lucas classic may not be as popular as his Star Wars movies
The Secret Garden is one of those classics that holds up no matter when it is enjoyed. The original book came out all the way back in 1911, but a lot of us first discovered it after the 1993 movie came out. We learned all about this beautiful place that was hidden away, but when Mary discovers it everything changes. Warner Bros.She meets Colin, a boy who is kept inside at all time, and eventually convinces him to join her in the garden. Together they help bring everything back to life and surprise his father with his ability to