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Schwarzenegger's best movie (only for laughs, though).

  • Dec 10, 2008
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Just writing a review for this movie is making me crack up. My mother and I quote lines from this movie at least 10 times during any discourse. For you see, this is perhaps Schwarzenegger's best movie if you don't take it all that seriously.

I won't get into the details of the plot (Wikipedia does a good job in that field), but I can say that any film that casts Schwarzenegger in the future on another planet that contains women with three boobs (yes, it's in the movie!) is worth renting. Or in my case, worth buying.

I think this movie was made at the height of Hollywood's fascination with life in the 21st century. (Demolition Man, anyone?) Whatever the reason for its creation, do yourself a favor and watch this movie. At the end, 38 million of us will sit there and shed a tear as we think, "Yes, he's our governor."

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Total Recall, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, takes place in the year 2084. The film is loosely based on Philip K. Dick's novelette "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale." Schwarzenegger plays the role of Douglas Quaid, a construction worker who desires to "visit" Mars by having the memories implanted in his brain. During the procedure, Quaid begins to behave violently, the result of a previous, failed implant procedure. Quaid is then sent home but realizes that he must reconstruct his own existence as he encounters clues and countless individuals from his past.
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