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Total Reality (1997)

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A soldier must confront the past to save the future in this sci-fi adventure. In the year 2128, the Earth has become a battleground, where the forces of fascist leader Gen. Tunis (Thomas Kretschmann) have been beaten into submission. However, the victory of the anti-fascist Alliance has come at the expense of much of the planet, which has been laid to waste by Tunis's forces. Refusing to surrender, Tunis instead finds a way to travel back in time to the late 1990s, where he formulates a plan to alter history to his advantage -- and put the fate of the world in jeopardy. However, Lt. Anthony Rand (David Bradley), an Alliance soldier who fights bravely but by his own rules, gets wind of Tunis's scheme; with the help of a group of condemned prisoners, Rand follows Tunis back in time in a desperate effort to save mankind's future. Total Reality also features Ely Pouget, Bill Shaw, and Robert Blanche.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, violence)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Robert Tossberg, Phillip J. Roth
In Theaters:
On DVD: Dec 28, 1999
Runtime:
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Cast

David Bradley
as Anthony Rand
Thomas Kretschmann
as Commander Tunis
Ely Pouget
as Cathy Easton
Mark McClure
as Dr. Gordon
Ken Olandt
as Commander Swift
Michael Mendelsohn
as John Bridges
Eddi Wilde
as Norris
Brian Faker
as Frankel
Misa Kaprova
as Wingate
Robert Blanche
as Policeman
Buddy Daniels
as Uniformed Man
Connor Olandt
as Little Boy
Natasha Roth
as Little Girl
Shannon Day
as Barbara
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August 26, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Apollo Guide

Audience Reviews for Total Reality

A must for David Bradley fans not the one on facebook but the real one who is best known for American Ninja Series. It is not that bad at all its quite entertaining even though some of the actors are atrocious and the movies ends on a sour note with no real clear reason why the main character switches from David Bradley to the other girl with a random voice over narration. The action scenes are plenty and David Bradley owns some cops. One of Bradley's best and higher budget movies.

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