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Schwarzenegger Collection (Total Recall/Red Heat/Raw Deal) [Blu-ray]
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Triple bill of action films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 'Raw Deal' (1986), former FBI agent Mark Kaminsky (Schwarzenegger) was forced to leave the Bureau due to his excessive brutality. When someone is required to infiltrate Luigi Patrovita's (Sam Wanamaker) crime organisation in Chicago, Kaminsky is offered a second chance by FBI man Harry Shannon (Darren McGavin). He agrees to take on a job as Patrovita's bodyguard, and destroy the mob from within. In 'Red Heat' (1988), Moscow policeman Captain Ivan 'Iron Jaws' Danko (Schwarzenegger) is on the trail of Russian drug dealer Viktor Rostavilli (Ed O'Ross) in the USA when he is ambushed by the dealer's gang. When Rostavilli makes his escape, an American cop is killed. Danko teams up with the dead cop's partner (James Belushi) in a bid to complete his mission, but the resulting culture clash between East and West causes various hilarious problems. In 'Total Recall' (1990), Doug Quaid (Schwarzenegger), a happily married construction worker living in the year 2084, is haunted by a recurrent dream in which he is living with a woman on Mars. Rekall Incorporated offer him the chance to live out his dream through a microchip which implants any memories their client desires into their brain. But something goes wrong during the installation of Quaid's memories of a trip to Mars and soon he lands up on the planet for real, unsure of his true identity and pursued by a gang out for his blood. He teams up with a group of resistance fighters to uncover a mystery which leads to the highest echelons of the planet's government.
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stand aside bad guys :)
pure unadulterated fun for boys (and of course some girls :) )
cheaper than ½ seat at the cinema so drink at home get the snacks ready
and Party with Arnie
Red Heat involves Arnie taking back a Russian drug dealer. Unfortunately he has to go Chicago where the views of people are different. Arnie's character is excellent and the relationship between the Chicago cop and himself is very clever and comical.
Raw Deal was more of a killing rampage. Arnie has to help his friend avenge is brother's death by infiltrating into an organisation. His smooth touch and excellent communication qualities persuade the enemy to accept him as one of them. Little did they know that he was going to hit them hard.
Total Recall brought Arnie into a futuristic battle as he dives into a deep sleep holiday vacation. He is now a top secret agent working on Mars. After losing his recognition of ever going to Mars he becomes more irratic and dangerous. He tries to understand why people are trying to kill him and through this, body bags become a neccesity. Super action sequences.
Red Sonja was extremely funny. When watching Arnie in shining armour it was more a glimpse of a different role. Infact this is pretty much 'cheesy'. Arnie fans will forgive for the story because as always, Arnold provides a heroic character who beats the bad guys.
In the whole this is an excellent Arnie package. I can't give it 5 stars because there is a lack of DVD extras.
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Mainly bought this movie for "raw deal" and "red heat" as I already have "total recall". It was a good deal and the movies are decent. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Client d'Amazon