When Total Recall hits theaters tomorrow, it'll mark the tenth time a work by Phillip K. Dick has been adapted for the big screen. Without him, pop culture would be missing the Pre-Cogs, Roy Batty and of course, the woman with three breasts. Ranked as one of science fiction's giants along with Ray Bradbury, William Gibson and Arthur C. Clark, Dick's surpassed them all to become one of Hollywood's favorite authors to adapt. And since his death in 1982, his stories of big ideas, modern fears and jaw-dropping twists have been tackled by filmmakers both big and small.
This is the second time 'Total Recall' has been adapted and it surely won't be the last time we revisit one of Dick's already-filmed works for a new vision. Whether or not the new 'Recall' will be as memorable as its predecessor remains to be seen, but the trailer features quite the cat fight between Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale, so it's well on its way.
Check out the gallery to see how we ranked all of Phillip K. Dick's movies and check below a clip recreating our favorite scene from the original Total Recall.