|What's keeping those buildings floating there?|
As promised, today I will report my experiences with the 2012 remake of Total Recall, a 1990 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Being a big, Hollywood, science fiction film, it is naturally based on a short story written by Philip K. Dick. This re-hash swaps Arnold for Colin Ferrell (In his second movie based on a Philip K. Dick story, the first being Minority Report), backed up by Kate Beckinsale as his fake wife/cop trying to kill him, and Jessica Biel as his actual love interest. The supporting cast includes Bryan Cranston (who you know either from Malcolm in the Middle as Malcolm's dad, or more recently as a high school teacher turned meth dealer in Breaking Bad), John Cho (of Harold and Kumar fame), Bill Nighy (appearing in a movie with Kate Beckinsale not for the first time, the other being Underworld) and Bokeem Woodbine who honestly gets his first important role in a major film (being a pimp who rapes Jennifer Lawrence in The Poker House doesn't count).
|Give me the memory of not having been in Alexander.|
|This is how they should have probably looked.|
|I don't see the allure of three boobs, sorry futurehooker.|
|Those shoes seem a little impractical for police actions.|
|I think that one guy's using his flashlight to check out her ass.|
|We've come a ways from the original Superman Movies.|