Total Recall News
fb.indiewire.com – From “Starship Troopers” to “Showgirls,” directorPaul Verhoevenhas always enjoyed mystifying audiences with his satirical intentions, but with hisnewest film“Tricked” (which screened recently atTribeca), he let the viewers contribute to the end result. Featuring a crowd-sourced script from over 600 submissions worldwide, it shows Verhoeven at his most collaborative, and as such, he's spoken up about the broken creative process in Hollywood today. 1 year 12 weeks ago via brucelee
1:44 AM 8/4/2012 by Binh Ngo
The new Total Recall ought to be a better movie than the 1990 original it's trying to improve upon. For one, it has a bigger budget to work with, and special effects have improved by leaps and bounds since the 90s. It also has the hindsight of what worked in the original and what didn't.
feedproxy.google.com – Despite appearing onscreen for all of 22 seconds, the three-breasted prostitute who flashes Arnold Schwarzenegger in Total Recall is one of the most memorable images from Paul Verhoeven's best film (sorry, RoboCop fans). Just look at how Columbia Pictures promoted its remake at Comic-Con. Sure there was a panel with ... 1 year 50 weeks ago via brucelee
movieline.com – Friday’s Total Recall reboot trades heavily on brand enthusiasm for Paul Verhoeven’s original 1990 dystopian sci-fi actioner, but its makers had to be careful not to invoke too much of the Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle. And cool as it would’ve been to see the former Governator pop up in the new, grittier reimagining starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale, and Bryan Cranston, director Len Wiseman (Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard) explained to Movieline why he chose not to indulge his inner fanboy. 1 year 50 weeks ago via jackiechan
collider.com – Opening this Friday is director Len Wiseman's remake of Total Recall. Based on the short story We Can Remember It for You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick, Total Recall stars Colin Farrell in the role originated by Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the film, Farrell stars as Douglas Quaid, a man who is bored with his life (even though he's married to Kate Beckinsale) and seeks to have adventurous memories implanted in his brain. 1 year 51 weeks ago via jackiechan