Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a fireman whose wife and child are killed in a terrorist bombing and who obsessively tracks the mastermind (Cliff Curtis) behind it, from Los Angeles to Colombia to Washington, DC. The fanatic plans to strike again in Washington...but how? When? Where? In the scramble for answers, one thing is clear: 'Collateral Damage' is a ticking time bomb of suspense.
Arnie against ... part 100
- Collateral Damage review by AB
Arnie doing what he does in a lot of his films, deciding that he alone can rid the world of baddies, this time Colombian freedom fighters who killed his wife and son with a terrorist bomb. Not much surprising, except one twist that I for one didn't see coming (but the clues are there, with hindsight). A lot of explosions, gunfire and people surviving a beating from hell to still be able to get their act together. Passes 109 minutes of your life requiring very little thought as you know what will happen at the end!