Last Action Hero

A young boy, Danny, prefers to live in a dreamworld of movies and adventure, much to the distress of his mother. He idolizes the character of Jack Slater, an action hero played by Arnold Schwarzeneggar, and when his friend who runs the projection box at the theatre gives Danny a magic ticket, he gets sucked into the movie and becomes part of the action.

Spending half the time trying to convince Jack that it's all make believe and the other half enjoying himself, things get a bit too real for Danny when Benedict, the bad guy of the piece, finds the ticket and returns to wreak havoc in a world where evil can win. Danny and Jack must go back to the real world and return Benedict to where he belongs before he unleashes the villains of every movie running.

Visible crew/equipment: When Jack first falls on to the elevator and is hanging on the side, you can see the reflection of the camera in the window. (01:15:45)

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Jack Slater: Why am I wasting time with a dime-store putz like you when I could be doing something much more dangerous, like re-arranging my sock drawers?

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Trivia: When Danny is being shown Jack Slater IV,it states that its a Franco Columbo film. Franco Columbo is one of Arnold's friends from his bodybuilding days, back in the 70s/80s

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Question: Does anyone know the name of the song played in the very beginning of the movie (intro with the police cars)?

Answer: It's "What the Hell Have I?" by Alice in Chains. Megadeth's "Angry Again" is what is played for the opening credits of "Jack Slater IV."

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Answer: It is Angry Again by Megadeth.

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