You can't stop him. He'll wade through you, reach down her throat, and pull her fucking heart out.
THE TERMINATORUnless youve been living under an extremely large rock for the last few years, I dont think I need to go into great detail on what Arnie is up to at present, but long before he was The Governator, he was a largely unknown bodybuilder looking to get into the movies. The Austrian Oaks first film role was in the 1970 comedy HERCULES IN NEW YORK, following his debut, more film roles soon followed, including a Golden Globe winning performance in STAY HUNGRY in 1976. Schwarzeneggers big break though came in 1982s CONAN THE BARBARIAN which was a box office smash and was quickly followed by a less successful sequel; CONAN THE DESTROYER in 1984. In 1991, Schwarzebegger returned to his iconic role as The Terminator in TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY, but in one of cinemas greatest role reversals he went from being one of the greatest ever screen villains to being one of films greatest heroes. As this time The Terminator was sent back to protect John Connor from the evil T-1000 played by future Mulder-replacement Robert Patrick. T2 was a massive global success, even surpassing the success of the original, Arnies status as a box office heavyweight was now well and truly cemented. After the action film spoofing LAST ACTION HERO in 1993, Schwarzenegger once again reunited with Cameron for 1994s TRUE LIES, Camerons most underrated film. After TRUE LIES though Arnies film career went downhill, and fast. END OF DAYS, THE 6TH DAY and COLLATERAL DAMAGE took us into the new millennium, none of which did much to restore Arnies box office titan status. By this time, Arnold Schwarzenegger was starting to make his foray into politics, he still managed to find the time to dust off his leather jacket though to play The Terminator one more time in TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES, a disappointing finish to the original trilogy, and what would prove to be Schwarzeneggers last major starring role to date. Incredible Love and despite much fan support, it's unlikely he will be part of the new Terminator trilogy or Tarantino's ensemble war movie Inglorious Bastards. Next: Linda Hamilton