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True Lies 1994 123movies

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When he said I do, he never said what he did.Jul. 15, 1994141 Min.
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Watch: True Lies 1994 123movies, Full Movie Online – Harry Tasker (Arnold Schwarzenegger) leads a double life. At work he is a government agent with a license to do just about anything, while at home he pretends to be a dull computer salesman. He is on the trail of stolen nuclear weapons that are in the hands of fanatic terrorists when something more important comes up. Harry finds his wife is seeing another man (Bill Paxton) because she needs some adventure in her life. Harry decides to give it to her, juggling pursuit of terrorists on one hand and an adventure for his wife on the other while showing he can Tango all at once..
Plot: A fearless, globe-trotting, terrorist-battling secret agent has his life turned upside down when he discovers his wife might be having an affair with a used car salesman while terrorists smuggle nuclear war heads into the United States.
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Cameron and Schwarzenegger team up again for a riot of an action movie.

True Lies sees Arnold Schwarzenegger play Harry Tasker, to his wife Helen (Jaimie Lee Curtis) and daughter Dana (Eliza Dushku) he’s a safe husband and father working as a computer salesman. Away from the family home he’s a top spy for one of America’s highest secret services. When Harry is prompted to believe that Helen is having an affair, it signals the start of a sequence of events that will out Harry and lead them both to a confrontation with a deadly terrorist.

To hell with misogyny and stereotypical Arab terrorist (Art Malik so OTT he’s off the chain man), Cameron’s True Lies really isn’t concerned for political correctness. His aim, aided by his on form cast, is to chase, caress and explode stuff whilst having a laugh at every turn. True Lies, if anyone was in doubt prior to its release, shows Cameron to be supremely gifted at action set pieces. No expense spared of course, but you still gotta utilise those Harrier Jets, helicopters and horse carrying elevators to great effect. And so it proves. Throw in a tremendously funny script that gives Tom Arnold & Bill Paxton comedy gold roles to revel in; and what you get is a Worldwide box office profit of nearly $264 million.

It knows it’s nonsense, but it’s the good kind of nonsense that Hollywood has to offer. Ever re-watchable, True Lies is undeniably great fun. 7.5/10

Review By: John Chard

The zenith of Arnold’s career… “True Lies” not only represents the singular moment in the actor’s pre-governor acting career where he played more than a one dimensional action hero. In an homage to the secret agent genre, the film opens with an action / glamour set-piece that is more James Bond than a 21st century 007 film. From there the story breaks into what would a few years later become the mold for numerous of Jackie Chan’s “goofy secret agent” movies, although Chan would replace the cutting-edge CGI special effects set-pieces with a variety of more economical but just-as-exciting acrobatic, complex choreography hand-to-hand fights. There is one mano-a-mano beat down scene where Arnold takes down his enemy by flushing his head in a urinal, complete with his attempt at a trade-mark one-liner: “Cool Off”. (It’s a set piece worth comparing to the more recent scene in “Mission Impossible: Fallout”.) Along with that, it shifts smoothly back and forth from a rather straightforward super-spy/terrorist story line and exploring the practical troubles of living of the life of a secret agent while having a wife and kids. This film also represents the movie that put Jamie Lee Curtis back on the map after a stint in a slew of flops following her role in “A Fish Called Wanda”. “True Lies” put her acting range on display and put to rest any lingering question of whether she was anything more than a scream queen. One of the most hilarious moments she pulls off flawlessly is falling flat on her face while attempting to pole dance, and then getting getting back up and acting like it didn’t happen. Without her screen presence, the film would be just another entry in the list of Arnold action films scotched with a twist of comedy. One could go so far as to conclude that the difference in the enduring appeal of “True Lies” vs. the mis-matched partner straight-man, funny-man film “Red Heat” is the degree to which Jamie Lee Curtis caries the fish-out-of-water funny-woman role in contrast to Jim Belushi’s semi-funny, street-wise American cop. But, unlike the cold war, the regimented soviet style vs. the fast-and-lost American way, the contrast in “True Lies” derives from the ahead-of-it’s time idea of adaptable, underrated woman and her somewhat over-inflated male counterpart. When the secret agents attempt to arrest Curtis’s character, she fights back fiercely, with a well placed nut-shot that made women and men alike erupt with cheers and laughter in theaters, something not so likely contemporary Hollywood’s constant browbeating with girl power – male buffoonery film after film.
Review By: gricket
What a hoot! This might be Arnie’s best, even though Jamie Lee almost steals the show.
I had forgotten how funny this film is. From the very start it begins to laugh at itself and the entire genre, with great audacity. Every single scene is worth watching and I am still giggling about many of them. (Well, ok, the camera angle on the scene with terrorist-as-missile is a teensy bit overdone.)

I delayed renting it again because I remembered the Jamie-Lee-as-prostitute scene was difficult to sit through–her predicament is just so embarrassing. But this time I discovered it is probably my favorite scene. She is just a scream (and surprisingly erotic), while her underplayed klutziness throughout is hysterical, right down to the tango at the end. Especially in contrast to her husband’s ridiculously effortless physical skills and unruffled cool. The only time he loses it, and hilariously so, is with Bill Paxton. (And I love that she gets her own back for Arnie’s sleazy trick. A woman who packs a punch.)

Even the excellent special effects are pure humor. They are just huge enough to be ridiculous, and yet never seem overblown–and this with a nuclear explosion and a Harrier on an urban rampage. This film is a work of genius. How an action/espionage/romance spoof could deliver such outrageous tongue-in-cheek and yet never feel like corn, slap or déjà vu is a mystery to me.

I give this 8/10 for being relentlessly entertaining, at a very high level. And the acting is top notch all around.

Review By: scaevola
I didn’t say ’cause you didn’t ask.
James Cameron directs this terrific action flick that gives way to bursts of comedy. Arnold Schwarzenegger is a spy trying to keep his profession a secret from his wife(Jamie Lee Curtis)and realizes that she is having an affair. The mild mannered salesman is really a double fisted devil may care secret agent. The beginning and final sequences are a movie in themselves. My favorite scenes are Curtis’ striptease in the hotel and her “cat fight” with the gorgeous Tia Carrere in the limo. Plenty of gun fights and big bangs to please everyone. The cast also features Bill Paxton, Art Malik and Tom Arnold in his funniest and greatest role as Schwarzenegger’s sidekick. There is a small role for Charlton Heston as the stern single minded boss. Absolute entertainment.
Review By: michaelRokeefe

Other Information:

Original Title True Lies
Release Date 1994-07-15
Release Year 1994

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 21 min (141 min)
Budget 115000000
Revenue 378882411
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Comedy, Thriller
Director James Cameron
Writer Claude Zidi, Simon Michaël, Didier Kaminka
Actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 8 wins & 23 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints), Dolby Digital (35 mm prints), DTS, Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (open matte), 2.20 : 1 (70 mm prints), 2.39 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35 BL4, Zeiss Standard Speed, Super Speed and Cooke Varotal Lenses, Arriflex 35 IIC, Zeiss Standard Speed and Super Speed Lenses, Arriflex 35-III, Zeiss Standard Speed, Super Speed and Cooke Varotal Lenses, Beaumont VistaVision Camera, Bell & Howell Eyemo, Moviecam Compact, Zeiss Standard Speed and Super Speed Lenses
Laboratory Continental Film Laboratories, Miami (FL), USA (additional film processing), DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints), Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA, DuArt Film Laboratories Inc., New York, USA (additional film processing)
Film Length (7 reels), 3,730 m (Italy), 3,855 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (also horizontal) (Eastman EXR 50D 5245, EXR 200T 5293, EXR 500T 5296)
Cinematographic Process Super 35 (common-top), VistaVision (special effects)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), 70 mm (blow-up)

True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
True Lies 1994 123movies
Original title True Lies
TMDb Rating 7.041 3,368 votes

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