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The 5 Styles Of Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Posters
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5. One-offs

End Of Days (1999)
End Of Days (1999)
As Arnie’s only out-and-out horror movie, End Of Days holds a unique place in Schwarzenegger’s back catalogue, and its poster follows suit. No big weapon, no massive face, no cartoonish fun, just a devilish mix of red-tinged things and a sombre Arnie staring at the floor.
Batman & Robin (1997)
Batman & Robin (1997)
Even in an ensemble film where he’s one of three villains, Arnie takes pride of place, his name and blue face higher and more central than even the hero of the piece. Then again, with a $25m salary, you’ve probably got a decent agent to work this sort of thing out...

The Villain (1979)
The Villain (1979)
Also known as Cactus Jack, this early ensemble piece sees the young Arnold play a character called Handsome Stranger, successfully looking very buff (and vain) in a poorly done up light blue shirt. Excluded from the illustration section for being a) an ensemble piece and b) flipping’ weird.
Pumping Iron (1977)
Pumping Iron (1977)
This critically-acclaimed docudrama now serves both as a compelling document of Arnold’s days before superstardom as well as the cutthroat world of bodybuilding, clocking in as the second highest rated Arnie film on Rotten Tomatoes, with a freshness rating of 96 percent, just two percentage points behind T2.

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