Total Recall 2070: The Complete Series
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The series combined dystopian science fiction and the police procedural drama, with sub-plots about the future society's structure, Hume's wife Olivia, the mystery of Farve's origin, and AI/Human relations. Many folk, myself amongst them, found Karl Pruner's Farve a more interesting, plausable, and realistic character than Brent Spiner's Data.
Fans who remember the series will be glad it is finally available on DVD, but disappointed there are no extras such as interviews and commentaries, and I'm sorry to say the disabled are ignored by the absence of either sub-titles or audio description. The retention of the ad-break "bookends" was also slightly annoying. I agree with the previous reviewer that the end product of this release seems rushed, and as it has languished unreleased since the late 90's one is very disappointed a bit more thought and care was not put into the release.Read more ›
Also, the back of the DVD cover says Full Frame (optimised for Widescreen displays) however, I am yet to see this "optimisation" :S
Overall, worth buying, but as a big fan I was expecting more.
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Love this series Total Recall 2070. Couldn't believe it when I saw it finally released. Now if only Paramount will release all the other seasons of The Sentinel I'd be a happy... Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2012 by Amanda from Oz
I must have come across this film shortly after it was released, and I have watched it a few more times over the years - most recently, yesterday. Read morePublished on July 30 2011 by Oldthinker
Good show, great price and absolutely fastest delivery ever oversea, thanks amazon! I got it oversea 1.5 days after sending - amazon is N1 !!! Read morePublished on July 20 2011 by dm-s