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Today’s Film:
Total Recall (1990)
Director: Paul Verhoeven
Writers: Ronald Shusett, Dan O’ Bannon, Jon Povill Gary Goldman
Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rachel Ticotin, Sharon Stone
Box Office Total: $261.2 million
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 82 percent
Currently Streaming On: Various rental platforms

Why I Watched It: June 1 is the 30th anniversary of Total Recall’s theatrical release. It’s considered the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movie by some experts, and I wrote extensively about it in the past. But according to Letterboxd, it’s been about eight years since I’ve seen it. At the end of a long weekend, it seemed like just the kind of escapism that I wanted. (It helped that even though it’s not streaming anywhere at the moment, I own a digital copy.) At 30 years old, here’s what I recall about this classic...

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