Douglas Quaid is haunted by a recurring dream about a journey to Mars. He hopes to find out more about this dream and buys a holiday at Rekall Inc. where they sell implanted memories. But something goes wrong with the memory implantation and he remembers being a secret agent fighting against the evil Mars administrator Cohaagen. Now the story really begins and it's a rollercoaster ride until the massive end of the movie.Written by
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When Lori tries to shoot Quaid at the first time, she misses and gets out of bullets, but then Quaid picks the same gun and uses and shoots a lot of people. See more »
[Doug awakens from a nightmare]
Doug? Honey, are you all right?
You were dreaming. Doug? Was it about Mars?
Is that better?
My poor baby. This is getting to be an obsession.
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I first saw this in 1990 on a vhs i used to own.
Revisited it recently.
The three boobs n the comedic bulging eyes stayed with me from a tender young age.
The film has lots of action, some violent scenes, good one liners n Arnie's fine acting at display.
Surprisingly, this time he doesn't get to go shirtless or in a vest.
The mutants mayb disturbing for some viewers.
This was one of the earliest one to deal with a secret agent losing memory and all. Way before Bourne Identity and Jackie Chan's Who am I.
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