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Predator. Meathead Cinema Review
1987 was an amazing year in the film industry. To start, Sean Connery won an academy award for best supporting actor in “The Untouchables”. 1987 also marked the release of “Lethal Weapon” which was the first film of arguably the best buddy-cop series ever made. But more important than any of this, was the release of “Predator”: the universally, galactically, internationally and nationally acclaimed non-fiction documentary about Arnold Schwarzenegger murking and outsmarting a dreadlocked alien in the dense, uninhabitable Guatemalan rain forest. It was just Arnold and The Predator, man to man, mano-a-alien, both of them possessing uncanny hunting prowess.
From start to finish, this film nails it. The cornerstone of “Predator” is the cast. The casting director of “Predator” actually received a Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Nobel Peace Prize for assembling the most badass crush of rhinos ever to be caught on camera. Physicists are baffled that the shear amount of muscle and swagger did not cause a massive black hole in the galaxy and a tear in the space-time continuum. This group of diesels would literally take a dump on The Avengers and then tell them to, “Stop whining!”
The cast is built on the legendary diesel, and former United States governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
as our protagonist named Dutch. Jesse Ventura, another future United States governor, portrays the perfect Blain
; a tobacco chewing, hot-headed, gun slinging deputy. Carl Weathers, famous for his role as Apollo Creed from the “Rocky” series andChubbs
from “Happy Gilmore”, plays Dillon, who is as ripped as a paper shredder. Capping it all off is Bill Duke, who nailed his role as “MAC
There are some significant plot points worth discussing, like Dutch’s character arc; he starts out as a predator, becomes the prey, and then returns back to being a predator hunting The Predator (head spinning yet?). However these plot points are neither here nor there. Let’s stick to the more important details: the quotes. This documentary is stocked full of some of the most memorable quotes in film history. As passionate Arnold Schwarzenegger fans (we consider ourselves true aficianados), we here at JackedPack end up quoting this movie throughout the day. If you were unaware, the art of quoting Arnold is actually called, “Arnold Schwarzenegging”. If you do not actively “Schwarzeneg” throughout the day, something is seriously wrong with you.
Let’s start with a “Predator” quote from former US Governor Jesse Ventura in the role of Blain. When this diesel offered some chewing tobacco to his fellow diesel brothers and no one wanted any, an offended Blain told them off and said:
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