What's the Difference between Total Recall the Movie Original and Total Recall the Movie ReMake ?


Total Recall

Released: 1990
Director: Paul Verhoeven

Total Recall

Released: 2012
Director: Len Wiseman
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Doug Quaid/Hauser
Portrayed by: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Doug Quaid/Hauser
Portrayed by: Colin Farrell
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   The resistance is run by Kuato. He is a mutant that lives on the back of another guy. The resistance leader is Matthias He isn't a mutant.
   Quaid is visited by someone claiming to be a doctor. He tells him he is having a psychotic break and that he could shoot him if he wanted because he wasn't really there. Hauser saw a drop of sweat on his brow and realized it was real and then shot the doctor. It was Harry, Quaid's work friend who is sent in. He tells Quaid he needs to shoot Melina and when Hauser sees her crying he shoots Harry in the head.
   Quaid has a tracking device in his brain. He removes it with a device he shoves up his nose. He has a phone that is inside his hand. He cuts it out.
   Quaid is given a box containing a video player where he speaks to himself. He tells him to remove the bug and go to Mars. The case also has money and weapons. He gets a call from another agent, Hammond. He tells him to get rid of the phone. He gets a message to go to a bank. There he finds a box with money and a video of himself telling him to go to his apartment. At the apartment he plays the piano and it has a special key. He can then have a conversation with virtual Hauser.
   Quaid's wife, Lori attacks him early in the film and is later killed by Melina. She plays a minor role. She is one of the main villians and persues him throughout most of the film.
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