Hailed as one of Arnold Schwarzenegger's finest roles, Total Recall holds true as one of sci-fi's most loved cult classics. Coming from the humble position of a factory worker, Douglas Quaid grows tired of his life and looks for something more to experience. Luckily, there is a new type of vacation available to those in form of future vacations from one's own self.
Against the warnings of co-workers, Quaid decides to take a vacation himself as well. Being given the choice to live as a spy during his out of body experience, he finds it to be a possibly deadly choice. Upon returning home afterwards, he finds himself subject to attacks in which he is able to defend himself like he never knew he could before. His trip as a spy was far from over, for an assortment of clues sent to himself unravel the truth about his existence before visiting the newest vacation technology available on the market.
After viewing a video from himself stating to get to Mars for further instruction, he decides he only has himself to trust. His wife, played by Sharon Stone, is also a secret agent for the wrong side, and he must escape for his life. Having returned to Mars, he finds that his memory was wiped clean by opposing spies destined to succeed for the big business's intent of cleaning up society on the colony of Mars. Making good with his friends turned enemies will prove to be a huge mission in itself for Quaid, for they find him only to be a traitor after his brainwashing. Knowing that the intent of the madman at power is only for financial gain, he embarks on his quest to give payback for his stolen memory and then some. The fate of Mars' residents is at hand, but will Quaid remember enough to save their lives or not?
Many people are huge fans of the hit movie Total Recall, which has gone on to gain cult status and starred the Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Fans may be pleased to learn that there is now a remake of the movie in the offing, and this will be brought to our screens by Len Wiseman.
Wiseman was also responsible for the first two Underworld movies, so some movie fans will already be familiar with his work.
Bryan Cranston gets plenty bad in "Breaking Bad," but he's about to get even badder.
Cranston has been tapped to play the villain in the upcoming remake of "Total Recall." The remake, which will star Colin Farrell, seems to take a new approach from the original Schwarzenegger version, which starred Ahnold as a man whose implanted memories start to meld with his own reality.