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The Last Stand

Once a narcotics officer in the LAPD, Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has settled into a peaceful life as sheriff of Sommerton Junction, a quiet border town. But that peace is shattered when Gabriel Cortez, a vicious crime lord, escapes from FBI custody and speeds toward Ray's town with a band of mercenaries. Federal agents prepare to capture Cortez, and Ray is at first reluctant to get involved -- but he soon finds he must rally his team and take matters into his own hands.
 
  • Genres: Action, Crime drama
  • Running Time: 106 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, January 18, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Language, Strong Bloody Violence ]
  • Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger [Ray Owens], Forest Whitaker [Agent John Bannister], Johnny Knoxville [Lewis Dinkum], Rodrigo Santoro [Frank Martinez], Jaimie Alexander [Sarah Torrance], Luis Guzmán [Mike Figuerola], Eduardo Noriega [Gabriel Cortez], Peter Stormare [Burrell], Zach Gilford [Jerry Bailey], Genesis Rodriguez [Agent Ellen Richards], Daniel Henney [Agent Phil Hayes], John Amedori [Agent Mitchell], Mathew Greer [Sam], James Burnett [Poyo], David Midthunder [Cohan], Tait Fletcher [Eagan], Mark Sivertsen [Bucho], Kent Kirkpatrick [Agent Korman]
  • Directed by: Kim Jee-woon [Director], Andrew Knauer [Screenwriter], Jeffrey Nachmanoff [Screenwriter], Lorenzo di Bonaventura [Producer], Guy Riedel [Executive Producer], Miky Lee [Executive Producer], Mike Paseornek [Executive Producer], John Sacchi [Executive Producer], Edward Fee [Executive Producer], Ji-yong Kim [Cinematographer], Franco Carbone [Production Design], Steven Kemper [Film Editor], Michele Michel [Costume Designer], Ronna Kress [Casting], Carla Curry [Set Decoration], James Oberlander [Art Director], Michael Atwell [Art Director]
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