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Total Recall 2012

A factory worker, Douglas Quaid, begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting Rekall - a company that provides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led - goes wrong and he finds himself on the run...

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Another classic... ruined by remake. When you have 100 million budget anything is possible with CGI. Except of course telling a good story. I expect a Dune remake on the horizon. They of course will run that too.
Not good. Stick to the original. Colin Farrell is awful.
It works but something's lacking. 7.7/10
this had me swearing like mad and they asked me to watch my language!!so ill keep it short and this!!solid 10
I really enjoyed it. I liked the original too. That ending really had me second guessing myself. Love it when a movie does that. I give it 8/10
Unimpressive. Huge CGi budget, leaving no money for anything else it seems. Acting sub-par, story in pieces, fight scenes were somewhat decent, but overall, it never held a straight line to any direction, so i was always asking, wth is going on. I guess it will appeal to some, but for those who care about a good quality and well thought out movie, this ain't it! 4/10
Btw in the end, was he dreaming or was it real?
I'm so confused, this is like watching the matrix for the first time
I thought it was a good movie. thxs kronke good vid & sound.
Someone must not have liked the original story and its plot, so they rewrote it... at least, that's what it looks like, and they failed. I'm also tired of new movies that have too much computer special effects... that tells me, they don't want to spend money on more actors and "real" effects, which also tells me, the producers want to be cheap and still get the same realistic feeling. Another fail. If you can get pass all the profanity, the original is way better.
I like they made a totally different version of the first one. I like they keep just the basics (a group trying to take over other one, some tech gadget and so) but so far there is almost no way to compare the first one with this version. Both versions excel in their particular way according to the date they were made, and they give a fresh air both Sci-fi and action movie lovers.
The acting is almost flawless, and the FX are great.
really good one to watch even if you are a "remake" hater :P
to be honest I feel this is a much better story line than the original. No dependence on ancient alien trips to mars... and playing on an age old battle between mechanization and human creativity.....
It has all the "trimmings" of a great Sci Fi flick. Flawless CGI, top actors, non-stop action, relentless use of Sci Fi clichés. It's hard to call this a bad movie, but you almost immediately get why it's gotten so many "meh" reviews.

It just fails to capture the viewer. I completely lacks the rawness and the nerve of the original. Wonderfully made in many ways, decent entertainment. 5/10.
Didn´t really like it. Buy it is good that they didn't make the same movie with different actors.
First PKD book I read when I was 10. It was truly magic. It's one of my favourites books with Neuromancer and Ubik. Although Blade Runner is not bad, it's lacking. But it's more like Kubrick's The Shining and King's The Shining. A different point of view on the story.
He also wrote 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep' which was the bases of one of the great Sci-Fi flicks 'Blade Runner'. As with his other stuff the book bears little resemblance to Ridley Scott's film.
A scanner darkly is the adaption of PKD I liked the much to be honest. And it was lacking. So lacking.
I liked the Verhoeven version better because... I saw it when I was 12 or something like that.
You make a good point (actually 2 with the undies part).
@ven31 @ven31 Actually . . the 2011 The Thing is a prequel to the 1982 The Thing. If you'd watched them both you'd know that the 2011 movie ends at the point where the 1982 movie begins.
Hmmm . . impossible to say which "interpretation" of PKDs story is better. I like them both, as they stand, on their own merits. But, frankly, anyone who says one is better than the other should take up reading because neither of them are true to PKDs brilliant, short story, original. Hollywood, 50 years on, still don't know how to screenplay a classic sci-fi without filling it with crappola!
This one's actually a lot closer to the original story than the Paul Verhoeven Total Recall. Is it better? No but this is still a good sci-fi movie. Also, Kate Beckinsale in undies.
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