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Action-packed Total Recall with great slick sci-fi feel opens this August   Action-packed Total Recall with great slick sci-fi feel opens this August
By Rohina @ 07 Jun 2012 :: Article Rating
 
As the nation states Euromerica and New Shanghai vie for supremacy, a factory worker begins to suspect that he's a spy, though he is unaware which side of the fight he's on.
Total Recall is finally due to release early this August. A remake of 1990 film of the same name, Total Recall is based on "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale" by author Philip K. Dick.

Total Recall is directed by Len Wiseman and unlike original, this upcoming American movie has its plot entirely based on the Earth, lacking a trip to Mars. The action-packed entertainer involves both Eastern as well as Western aspects in the form of
New Shanghai and Euromerica - battling for global supremacy in the near dystopian future year in around 70 years - the outcome of which depends on a lowly factory worker. 

Lead role of Douglas Quaid/Hauser, earlier played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, is now to be portrayed by Phone Booth actor Colin Farrell. Douglas, the factory worker suspects that he is a spy whose personality and memory were restored. He is totally unaware which side of the fight he belongs to and the importance of his lost memories in the fight for ruling the world.

Total Recall also includes an impressive star cast of Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston, John Cho, Kate Beckinsale, Bill Nighy and Ethan Hawke. Biel is a young freedom fighter who rebels to bring a change in the political system of her country.
Sony Pictures have just rolled out the teaser for Total Recall and its official trailer will make way to television sets soon enough. The movie is set to hit theaters on August 03.


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