The original Kindergarten Cop, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Penelope Ann Miller, Pamela Reed and the iconic Linda Hunt, is on the remake train and at first glance it is destined for the straight-to-video, or DVD, bin. The first film was directed by Ivan Reitman, a director whose magical touch also graced Evolution (2001), My Super Ex-Girlfriend (2006), Ghostbusters I & II, and a long list of comedic efforts that fared well with the public.
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Sylvester Stallone Schwarzenegger at Cannes Ronda Rousey Says They Are Real Men
Certainly Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger brought Cannes to a standstill earlier today when they rode down the Croisette on a tank with their co-stars and one of these, Ronda Rousey, explained why the two older action heros are so popular, she says they are real men. Or at least what should be seen as real men as opposed to anorexic younger males who wear women’s skinny jeans whilst texting on their cell phones.
Sylvester Stallone Expendables: Geriatric Peter Pan and the Lost Boys
As the world’s media crank up the excitement level for the Cannes Film Festival, reports are that Sylvester Stallone and his “Expendables” brought the main thoroughfare to a standstill as this geriatric action-man Peter Pan and his lost boys rode tanks down the Croisette to an appreciative crowd. While Stallone’s film The Expendables 3 is not a Cannes entry, the “boys,” and one girl were there to hype their latest and provide some publicity in terms of photos and banter.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Sabotage a Grownup Film for Grownup Fans
Not everyone who watched Arnold Schwarzenegger in Sabotage enjoyed the experience or the film too much, but in terms of the former California Governor’s comeback trail, at least it is a grownup film for his grownup fans. While waiting for the film to begin at the AMC Town Square 18 theater, the man in charge of the advanced screening made sure to tell those in the audience that the movie was rated “R” for a reason.
‘Sabotage’ Arnold Schwarzenegger Getting His Mojo Back (Review/Trailer)
Arnold Schwarzenegger seems to be getting his Mojo back with his latest offering, Sabotage. His performance in this David Ayer directed film is on par with his earlier work, pre-politics. The movie is one of those cinematic treats that begins as one type of film and then segways into another before changing lanes yet again. Co-written by Skip Woods (The A Team, Hitman and Swordfish) and director Ayer (Training day, End of Watch and S.W.A.T.) the action is pretty relentless and quite satisfying.