Schwarzenegger's first big solo film since leaving public service to return to pretending to murder people, The Last Stand casts the former governor/learning-computer as a LAPD narcotics detective who, following an on-the-job disgrace, becomes sheriff of a sleepy border town. Of course, as could be expected from Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to slightly-more-shriveled form, his peaceful existence--and day off, yikes!--is disrupted when FBI agent Forest Whitaker calls to say that a drug cartel had used their giant truck plow thing to bust through a road block, leaving Schwarzenegger as THE LAST STAND between them and the border. Working against Arnold: He's old! Which he makes sure to point out, in case you didn't notice. Working for him: His town has pretty much every gun ever--plus Johnny Knoxville, the wacky Barney Fife to Schwarzenegger's Austrian Andy Griffith. Here's the trailer.
"Here is where I say I am the sheriff because that is my job in this town."