Arnold Schwarzenegger recommends flop film for terrorist interrogation
London: Arnold Schwarzenegger has admitted that his 1969 movie ‘Hercules in New York’ was so awful that it can be used as a tool against terrorists who won`t talk to interrogators.
The former California Governor, who is embarrassed for having done that film, is glad that he`s not remembered with the title in the film, Arnold Strong.
"There`s this political battle over (torture technique) water-boarding at places like Guantanamo Bay. I think they (interrogators) should just say, ``Hey, if you guys don`t talk, you`ll have to see Hercules in New York,” the Daily Express quoted him as telling Men`s Fitness magazine.
"I guarantee those guys would talk much faster with that treatment,” he added.