I don't get the hype on this film. Felt the romance was good, albeit cliched, and I enjoyed the jazz. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone had good on-screen chemisty, but I thought the musical songs and (especially) the dance numbers were weak. La La Land is a poorer and less heartwarming version of Singin' in the Rain.
When I saw this for the first time as a kid, maybe 12 years old, I decided then and there that I was going to be a lifelong Arnold fan. This film is too cool for words.
Robert Patrick does steal the show in this sequel though - he pays ruthless killer way too well.
Groundbreaking special effects that still look incredible today. This film was a trailblazer and no doubt. Bow to the brilliant :)
This film is an awful lot darker than I remember it being as a kid. James Mason's performance is the one to watch here, although you've got to give extreme kudos for Douglas' rendition of A Whale of a Tale.
This is steampunk fifty years before it broke onto the scene. The sets are fabulous, the Nautilus is a beautiful piece of design and the whole look of the film is stunning.