Arnold versus an interstellar hunter with superior technology? What could be better? If they battled in the jungle.
Schwarzenegger's performance as a villain is so memorable that you'll find yourself wondering why he didn't play one more often.
When Arnold's baby girl (Alyssa Milano) is kidnapped, he commences one of the great rampages committed to the big screen.
To protest a hellish future society, Arnold does what he does best -- killing everyone in sight (on a reality-TV game show, that is).
If you're in need of a mythical Teutonic strongman, Arnold is your guy in this R-rated fantasy romp.
This buddy-cop flick is a fun relic of the Cold War, with Arnold as an ex-KGB agent and James Belushi as a full-on American.
Arnold's first stab at comedy is a huge success thanks to his chemistry and banter with Danny DeVito.
In one of the lost Arnold classics, he goes undercover in the Chicago mob. But the movie's highlight is the spectacular final battle.
Arnold's warrior is ready for action, sparring with Grace Jones and continuing to chop his foes and grimace intensely.
Arnold meets his match: a sword-swinging she-warrior named Sonja (Brigitte Nielsen) who's definitely been hitting the gym.