Total Recall Remake Trailer Confirms That, Yes, It’s Total Recall

Posted by Ben Huber on Jun 29, 2012 in Cinema

There’s not a whole lot to say here. The (probably unnecessary) remake of Total Recall has a new trailer, and while it doesn’t show off much more than our first looks, it still looks more solid visually than most needless remakes. Still no word on if it’ll actually be good, though. However the question on your minds, I’m sure, is whether the woman with three breasts makes a return, and of course, the answer is yes. What film wouldn’t use that in their marketing?



Recalling Total Recall

Posted by Tim Sheehy on Apr 4, 2012 in Cinema

Total Recall 1990

The first trailer for Len Wiseman’s Total Recall hit the net this week, and surprisingly, it really looks good. Given Hollywood’s current fetish for reinventing classic films, I had plenty of reservations when plans were announced a year ago, especially after hearing that Colin Farrell would be cast as Douglas Quaid, a character we’ve only ever associated with the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Farrell isn’t unknown to the action genre but for a time, Schwarzenegger defined it. So how do they plan on tackling it? The answer is simple, believability.

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Total Reboot

Posted by Michael Sacco on Jul 16, 2011 in Cinema

Total Recall reboot

Man, I know I say this a lot, but on the list of movies that desperately needed gritty reboots, was Total Recall really one of them? Whether it was or not, we now have our first promotional image for the film, which is being directed by Underworld veteran Len Wiseman. In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Colin Farrell says the film will be “less jokey” than the original. I’m not saying the original was a cinema classic or anything, but the weird tone it took certainly helped define it (well, that, and that mutant prostitute). Removing that aspect for the reboot seems, like the thought of a reboot itself, rather worrisome. Read more…



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