Supercut: Total Recall had a lot of broken glass

03.14.12 6 years ago 11 Comments

The Total Recall remake opens this August, and it departs from the original in a number of ways, including replacing Arnold with Colin Farrell, setting the entire thing on Earth, and perhaps most worrisome, aiming for a PG-13 rating (BUT WHAT OF THE THREE TITTIES, WHAT?!). At the very least, let’s hope it shares the original’s passion for breaking glass. This supercut edits all the scenes of glass-breaking (and pretty tightly) into this video, which still manages to fill up 1:16 of screen time. That has to be some kind of record. It’s set to “Shattered” by The Rolling Stones, which is fun and apt, but what I’m really looking forward to is Arnold’s commentary track.

“Hallo, jah, this Ahnuld Sfartsineggah, and heah I am on da screen. Here’s da great glass scene wit me, and da vindow. And now in dis scene I am trying very hard to break da glass, and all da glass want to do is to not break. But den right deah I take da gun, and den right heah I break it. …Ow! And there you see, I haff broken da glass.”

I believe this was based on the Phillip K. Dick story “We Can Re-Glass It For You Wholesale.” [via TheDailyWhat]

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