Ji-Woon Kim gives his chance of directing his first American film that results in mixed responses from the viewers which I understand fine, and think that The Last Stand is a decent movie. The acting is really good with Arnold Schwarzenegger giving his usual performance, Johnny Knoxville being enjoyably insane, and Forest Whitaker being one of the best parts of the film. The characters are uninspiring, which the only characters that are developed, are the hero and the main villain, but even they are your average characters. The action scenes are really good which I'm a sucker for those kind of things in an action movie. It's well made, and I was glad that the film didn't take away the director's style of quality. Nothing really about the film is new, except for the car chase scene in the corn maze which I never seen that before. The small twist in the end is actually pretty nice, and the climax is one of the most enjoyably parts of the movie. The Last Stand is a disappointing effort from a talented director, but he tried his best to make it a fun movies and it is for the most part.