Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't really the kind of actor that gives nuanced, complex performances. He's not known for his excellent monlogues or scenes that highlight his ability to deliver top-notch banter with another skilled actor. Hell, with his Austrian accent - which never seemed to improve throughout his career - you weren't hoping for good dialogue, you were praying for subtitles. In order to work around his weakness as an actor - acting - screenplays for his films were structured to give the heavy lifting of advancing the plot to the other actors while Arnold was given just little one-liners, sprinkled in at select junctures in
the movie. Arnie would off-somebody, then deliver a quick zinger, usually involving a pun or a "call-back" to an earlier conversation between his character and the one he's about to shoot/maim/drop off a cliff. This aspect of Arnold's career was parodied pitch perfect by the Rainier Wolfcastle character in 'The Simpsons.' The above video assembles a montage out of a whopping 160 of those lines and other bon mots from Schwarzenegger's career as a master thespian. This celebration of mediocrity in cinema runs a staggering 9:59.