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.
When we saw the photo of the cast of Mrs. Doubtfire reunited on October 24th, we were all so excited to see what that meant. We've been patiently waiting, and now we finally know why they were back together again. With nothing really happening for the last month, we kind of just thought it was maybe a nice dinner. But nope! It turns out it was actually a big interview to discuss the anniversary, the legacy, and of course Robin Williams. The interview is a good 35 minutes of reminiscing and sharing memories that all make us remember the iconic
We've all seen The Santa Clause at least a dozen times, right? It's a Christmas classic and ever since it was released, it has become a staple in our holiday movie schedule. There's something about the movie that manages to keep that Christmas feeling without being way too over the top or corny. I mean, sure, Tim Allen literally becomes Santa, but somehow it all feels like that's totally plausible. The sequels may not have the same realistic feeling, but the original remains iconic. However, Allen just revealed that the original plan for the movie was a lot darker than
Ever since the original Ghostbusters movie came out, people have been pretty much obsessed with it. In 1984, the original Ghostbusters came out and stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, Harold Ramis, and Rick Moranis managed to turn something that could have been a big mess into an amazing and iconic film that is considered a must-see.Ghosts being shot with lasers and contained in weird boxes? Weird in theory, sure, but the way they did it was absolutely perfect. Columbia PicturesThere was a sequel to the movie that was released in 1989, but overall people didn't
As we all sit impatiently awaiting our inevitable sobs that will follow when we finally get to watch Toy Story 4, all we can do is grasp at anything they give us. When Tim Allen told us that it was so emotional that even he couldn't get through it we got nervous. And then Tom Hanks seemed to agree with him by saying that the story was so powerful he couldn't even look at the people in the room while he delivered his lines. We all know that this movie will basically destroy us, right? We all know to go