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Total Reality (1997)

R | | Action, Sci-Fi | 4 April 1997 (USA)
David Bradley, stars as the roguish soldier Anthony Rand, who follows a ruthless general back through time in a last ditch attempt to save the universe.


Phillip J. Roth (as Phillip Roth)


Phillip J. Roth (story) (as Phillip Roth), Phillip J. Roth (screenplay) (as Phillip Roth) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
David Bradley ... Anthony Rand
Ely Pouget ... Cathy Easton
Thomas Kretschmann ... Commander Tunis
Misa Koprova ... Wingate
Brian Faker Brian Faker ... Frankel
Melik Malkasian ... Uriah
Geof Prysirr Geof Prysirr ... Congressman Jerry
Michael Mendelson Michael Mendelson ... John Bridges
Anna Nicholas ... Agent Wesson
Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius ... Agent Smith
Bob Morrisey ... Major Prackel
Marc McClure ... Dr. Gordon (as Mark McClure)
Patsy Pease Patsy Pease ... Leader
Ken Olandt ... Commander Swift
Mark Angelo Mark Angelo ... Guard (as Marc Angel)


David Bradley, stars as the roguish soldier Anthony Rand, who follows a ruthless general back through time in a last ditch attempt to save the universe.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violence and language

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Strange Time-Travel Melange
21 April 2001 | by Chris_HirschhaeuserSee all my reviews

Well, I have just seen the movie on TV and I was a little bit curious to read what other has written about it.

First of all, Total Reality is of course no good movie.

It has stupid dialogues, some really dumb figures (e.g. the feds), awful sci-fi interior design, the story has holes you can send one of the spaceships through it, the photography is boring and some details are annoying (e.g. the future handguns are simple 20th century weapons like Calico or FAMAS)

But, on the other hand: the space CGI are nice animated, it has no romantic happy end, Misa Koprova is indeed very beautiful (Sic Coyote is right!), the plot has some really interesting parts (the idea of a proto-fascist book becomes the bringer of world/solar war).

The reason, why I have watched the movie was Thomas Kretschmann, a not so famous german actors as the antagonist. His character (and his buddy) is the point I don`t understand. Why is he shown as the bad guy, although he wanted to save the future from the war?

An interesting B-movie. Sometimes nice, sometimes stupid. If you are bored at 1am you can watch it. Or you can go to sleep. ;-)

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4 April 1997 (USA) See more »

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Portland, Oregon, USA

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