Theatrical Release Date: TBC
Home Ent. Release Date: 24 Oct 2010
Total Recall Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as Douglas Quaid, a tough contruction worker with a beautiful wife, a good job and great friends. Haunted by recurring dreams of another life on Mars, Quaid is drawn to Rekall Incorporated, a travel service specializing in implanting fantasies in the minds of those who wish to turn their dreams into reality - dreams as real as a memory in your mind. But something goes wrong and the procedure unlocks memories that were suppose to be left hidden - sudden;y his every move is dogged by would-be assassins and he discovers a mirror image recording of himself which says 'Get ready for a big suprise. You're not you. You're me.' Red Heat Ivan Danko (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a Russian cop sent to Chicago to extradite a Russian drug-dealer named Viktor Rostavili (Ed O'Ross), wanted for murder back in the USSR. When Danko and his prisoner are ambushed by Viktor's gangland friends the Russian escapes, and a veteran police officer is killed. His partner, Ridzik (James Belushi), who, like Danko now has a personal vendetta against Rostavili, joins forces with the Soviet cop to hunt down the escapee and his gunmen. Also starring Peter Boyle, Laurence Fishburne and Gina Gershon. Raw Deal Forced to resign from the FBI because of his unconventional approach to investigation, Mark Kaminski (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is demoted to the position of Sheriff in a small North Carolina town, where his wife heads straight for the bottle and his career goes precisely nowhere. However, when the son of an old friend, Harry Shannon (Darren McGavin), is killed whilst guarding a material witness against the Patrovita (Sam Wanamaker) mob family, Kaminski is given a second chance. Charged with infiltrating and single-handedly bringing down the family without the acknowledgement, consent or protection of the FBI, Kaminski must resist the temptations of the mysterious Monique (Kathryn Harrold) and maintain his cover, his eyes on the biggestprize of all - reinstatement and thus a return to the life that has been taken away from him.