By Owen Gleiberman
Updated March 01, 2002 at 05:00 AM EST

In Collateral Damage, a fireman (Arnold Schwarzenegger) loses his wife and son in a terrorist bombing, then seeks vengeance. As Arnold travels upriver in search of his enemy, the film threatens to turn into a cross between Apocalypse Now and a bad Steven Seagal film. Schwarzenegger, at 54, is long past being able to run, leap, and knuckle people’s heads in with his old Teutonic vigor. This time, he’s the luggage.