Old Guy vs. Drug Cartel 

The former governor of California returns to the spotlight, kills bad guys, saves farmers

Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to starring roles with The Last Stand, a fledgling film that falls somewhere in the middle of the Arnie canon. It's not a totally bad effort, but it's not anything to get all that excited about, either. That's right,…

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