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Schwarzenegger is back — as sheriff battling a drug lord

Sheriff Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger), left, and Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) gear up for the arrival of a fleeing drug king in “The Last Stand.”
Sheriff Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger), left, and Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) gear up for the arrival of a fleeing drug king in “The Last Stand.”
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The question with “The Last Stand,” Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return to the big screen (not counting “The Expendables 2”) after being governor of California and at the heart of a messy marital scandal, is this: Does he pick up where he left off as an action hero or is it an embarrassment, hurling him down the road to cinematic obsolescence? The answer falls somewhere squarely in the middle. For sure, “The Last Stand” is no “Terminator” ...


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