8. The art of war
When a disappointing loss in capture the flag renders some of his students sad and broken, Reed assembles some action figures to reenact the infamous Trojan Horse story. Reed's off-kilter curriculum serves a greater purpose later on in the film, but in the moment, it's just as rousing as anything in Wolfgang Petersen's 2004 sword-and-sandal epic Troy.
9. Muscles and line dancing
"Your muscles, they scream one-night stand" is a miraculous line. Reed finally has love interest Olivia (Darla Taylor) back at his trailer (serious Martin Riggs vibes) for a romantic night, and just before the ostensible hookup, Reed offers Olivia a Twix bar (the third and last Twix sighting), prompting her to question his diet, to which Reed responds, "Want me to show you how I stay in shape?" We cut to the couple line dancing at a country bar and Reed wearing a cowboy hat. Cinema incarnate.
10. Talking to a pig
In a perfect world, Dolph Lundgren interacting with a pig deserves its own movie, but sadly, it only gets a minute of screen time here, an offensive and unforgivable act. When making your year-end "best quotes" list, don't forget about, "Hey, come on, pig, I'm telling you, I don't need therapy."
11. Take me to the river
The ponytailed villain of the original, Cullen Crisp (best name ever?), was shot and killed by Arnold in somewhat dramatic fashion. The brain trust of this film stages the final showdown between Reed and the token bearded villain in a lake where there are no limbs broken or bullets dispersed, but bodies slammed. Yes, Reed body slams the baddie and then utters, "Class dismissed." Fin.