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.
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The original Halloween movie is one of the most iconic scary movies to have ever been made. Jamie Lee Curtis' performance as Laurie Strode, aka the only babysitter you should trust your children with, made the slasher movie stand the test of time. Okay, maybe part of it was the iconic villain of Michael Myers, but it just wouldn't have been the same without the tough and capable Laurie. When they announced they were going to be making another Halloween movie, this time bringing back Curtis in her legendary role, people got curious. Normally a revival like this gets attacked
When you were growing up, the library of video games was nowhere near as extensive as it is now. There were obviously a lot of good choices, but compared to the variety now, it was such a small percentage. Clearly it was because video games were still new when we were all young, but what we lacked in quantity, we made up for in devotion. Sure, there weren't new games every day that we could play on our phones, or elaborate and large games with graphics that end up looking so realistic it's creepy, but we did have characters that