Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rae Dawn Chong, Dan Hedaya, Vernon Wells
Steven E. de Souza (Screenplay), Steven E. de Souza (Story), Mark L. Lester (Director), Jeph Loeb (Story)
Release: Oct. 3rd, 1985
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
John Matrix, the former leader of a special commando strike force that always got the toughest jobs done, is forced back into action when his young daughter is kidnapped. To find her, Matrix has to fight his way through an array of punks, killers, one of his former commandos, and a fully equipped private army. With the help of a feisty stewardess and an old friend, Matrix has only a few hours to overcome his greatest challenge: finding his...
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Other times, it's on fire, such as during the scene where Arnold Schwarzenegger kills a black pimp on a plane and then escapes from it before it takes off (the plane that is, not the black pimp gone all zombie.) After an opening sequence involving bad guys killing off a bunch of army guys who are t....
In my eyes Commando is a film which gets by and lives on the strength of just a few moments, and without the presence of Arnie keeping the film in the spotlight I imagine the amount of love for it would be immensely diminished.