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As you may be aware, Arnold Schwarzenegger has an accent. Anyone with a vague awareness of movies and pop culture over the last few decades knows this. Just last weekend, Schwarzenegger's accent was addressed in a bit between him and Sylvester Stallone at the Golden Globes, and it's probably fair to say that the Austrian is one of the more frequently impersonated actors out there due to his way of speaking.

Just in time for Schwarzenegger's film The Last Stand, which is in theaters now, MTV has posted a supercut of movie clips featuring Schwarzenegger saying big words.

Apparently, "big words" qualifies as anything over two syllables. And thanks to the Terminator films, there are some tech-jargon doozies in there, though I think my favorite is "Cal-e-for-nee-ah" from Kindergarden Cop. On their own, the words may not seem especially impressive, but strung together, the supercut is oddly mesmerizing… and also makes me want to spend the whole weekend watching Schwarzenegger movies.

For those who missed it, here's the funny bit Stallone and Schwarzenegger did at the Globes when they were presenting Best Foreign Film.

As funny as the banter between the Expendables stars was, it was especially great that Schwarznegger was able to give the award to his fellow Austrian.

Need more Arnold? Here's a nearly-ten-minute supercut of Schwarzenegger movie quotes.