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'The Last Stand' is a run-of-the-mill shoot-'em-up, critics say
It's his first starring role in 10 years. "The Last Stand" finds former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to his action roots, this time as a former LAPD officer turned small-town Arizona sheriff who takes on a runaway drug lord (Eduardo Noriega). The result, according to critics, is neither a grand homecoming nor a complete disaster, but rather a passable action flick.
By Oliver Gettell
January 18, 2013