Conan the Barbarian vs. Conan the Barbarian



Arnold beats the useless remake by a ton. Even with CGI and $90 million dollars, 2011's Conan is nothing but a video game movie with repetitive and thus dull action sequences.

Both movies have dull acting, but Arnold is more than acting. Arnold never acts, he just Arnolds his movies. Conan is a fine example of this. Arnold-Conan also has much better cinematography and one of the best soundtracks ever.

Never having seen Arnold's Conan before, I was, therefore, never a fan. I just watched these two together last night as a double feature. It was a lot of boobs and blood to slog through. Anyway, I don't know whether it's just because I have a soft spot for Jason Momoa from his Stargate: Atlantis days, but I slightly preferred the new Conan. Even as I type that, it's hard to think about it beating a movie that features both the Terminator and the voice of Darth Vader. Regardless, it's not really saying much; these two will be near each other somewhere around the middle of my Flickchart.

Both terrible, but Destroyer has Arnie in it.

It's really hard to make a good remake, Nispel ? Arnie beats No Arnie for sure.

Arnold 1982 is way better than Jason Momoa 2011