What was the body count in Total Recall?
Vincent Canby described Total Recall as part of an influx of action-adventure films depicting “extreme violence” and numerous deaths, counting seventy-four kills in the film and over two-hundred in Die Hard 2.
Was it all a dream in Total Recall 2012?
Short answer: Yes, Quaid is dreaming this whole spy hunt action.
What is the true ending of Total Recall?
The only part of Total Recall that is definitely true is the first twenty minutes of the movie before Quaid undergoes the memory implant procedure. From there, the two possible options are everything being Quaid’s paranoid fantasy, or the events really occurring, with no real options for a middle ground.
What’s the highest body count?
Serial killers with the highest known victim count. The most prolific modern serial killer is arguably Dr. Harold Shipman, with 218 probable murders and possibly as many as 250 (see “Medical professionals”, below).
Is he actually a spy in Total Recall?
You see, apparently, Douglas Quaid is actually a secret agent, and in trying to implant this vacation memory, the Rekall techs inadvertently uncovered the fact that the life he’s living now is actually false. Quaid has his memory wiped, but upon returning home, both Doug’s best friend and wife try to murder him.
Was Total Recall real or fake?
For starts, the book Total Recall was based on suggests that many of the events to happen were real (though some were indeed implants). However, the book is pretty drastically different from the film in many ways, so that’s nearly irrelevant.
Who has the most on-screen kills?
The star with the most on-screen kills ever was actor and producer Jimmy Wang Yu, best known for his roles in ‘The Man from Hong Kong’ (1975), Wu xia (2011), and One-Armed Boxer II (1976), has been named the deadliest actor of all time, with 2,477 kills.