Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in four classic action films that confirmed him as the world's leading action star of his time. Red Heat, Raw Deal, Red Sonja and the sci-fi masterpiece Total Recall.
Red Heat: Captain Ivan Danko (Arnold Schwarzenegger) nicknamed "Iron Jaw" is a ruthless cop who heads Moscow's homicide division. He is sent to Chicago to pick up a Russian drug-dealer, arrested on a minor traffic violation. In Chicago, Danko is assigned to partner with Detective Art Ridzik (James Belushi), a wisecracking, plain clothesman notorious for cutting corners. Different people from different cultures, Danko and Ridzik Work closely together and develop a unique relationship laced with humur and respect. The chase leads them into a world of international drug trafficking controlled from within the walls of Statesville Prison and puts Ridzik in conflict with his superior, Commander Donnelly (Peter Boyle), as the two renegade cops alternate police procedure "Russian Style" with Ridzik's free-enterprising techniques.
Raw Deal: Three FBI agents are guarding a key witness whose testimony will end the Chicago crime organisation. Led by Luigi Patrovita (Sam Wanamaker). When the witness and the bodyguards are brutally murdered in an early morning raid. FBI agent harry Shannon (Darren McGavin) seeks out the service of former agent Mark Kaminsky (Arnold Schwarzenegger). Kaminsky, forced to leave the Bureau due to his excessive violence and brutality, is asked to assume a second identity with the intention of infiltrating the Patrovita organisation and destroying it from the inside. Informed that the reward for a successful mission is reinstatement with the FBI, Kaminsky agrees to undertake the task.
Red Sonja:After her family is murdered, a young woman becomes a master of the sword and seeks revenge on the evil queen responsible for the mayhem that has befallen her.
Total Recall: They stole his mind: now he wants it back!
In a futuristic world, construction worker Doug Quaid obsesses about taking a vacation on the planet Mars. His wife objects, so Doug instead opts to have an artificial memory of a Martian holiday implanted into his mind. The trouble is, during the implantation procedure, Quaid suffers a strange reaction. Why? It seems as though he has already been to Mars, but his memories of his journey have been wiped...
Now secret agents and the cohorts of a megalomaniacal industrialist are out to get him. Can Quaid experience total recall, and finally figure out just why everyone is trying to stop him from reaching the red planet?
'Making Of Total Recall'
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