Improving movies with the Tao of Ahnuld

So I was thinking - usually a mistake, but there you have it - about the forthcoming Magic Roundabout movie, and specifically the voice cast therein. There seems to be a large number of popular and talented thesps for a movie based on some five minute kid’s programmes made forty years ago by a drug-addled Frenchman. Then I realised how the film could be made a surefire hit:

“I’ll be back”, said Zebedee.

And then it struck me that the Tao of Ahnuld had already been used to benefit this year’s remake of Around the World in Eighty Days. Why not use it to benefit some of the other greats as well? The possibilities are endless.

“Rhett! Rhett! Whatever shall I do?”
“Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their women.”

So … how would you use the Tao of Ahnuld to enhance the great movies of yesteryear?