Len Wiseman

Two action movies from this summer have found their way to Blu-ray and DVD, and their budgets are in reverse proportion to their quality. Here’s my Blu-ray and DVD reviews.

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Even though Total Recall is full of imaginative sets and design, its futuristic world is never anything but a nifty-looking backdrop for its action sequences, which are admittedly better than average. But the world never really informs the characters – whose dialogue is also pretty bland – and the result is a little underwhelming.

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In a dystopian future, the world is only inhabitable in two places — Great Britain and Australia. The countries are connected through an underground tunnel that goes through the planet’s core and it serves as a handy dividing line between the rich and the poor. All of this is explained before the first scene of [...]

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This week, Eric and Trevan talk about Total Recall, the latest remake/reinterpretation/rehash/idea repurposing. The original wasn’t high art by any means, but does the Colin Farrell vehicle offer anything past the one-two punch of Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel? Listen on to find out! And once you have, stick around because the guys discuss the bizarre, [...]

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