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Flesh + Steel: The Making of 'RoboCop' (2001)

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A look behind the scenes at the making of this science fiction classic about a policeman killed in the line of duty, only to be reborn as a half-man, half-machine supercop. Includes ... See full summary »

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A look behind the scenes at the making of this science fiction classic about a policeman killed in the line of duty, only to be reborn as a half-man, half-machine supercop. Includes interviews with star Peter Weller and director Paul Verhoeven, who give their views on the efforts that went into making the film. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Interesting and thought provoking
12 October 2002 | by (LA) – See all my reviews

At last a dvd documentary worth its salt. Far better than the usual run of the mill crap churned out overnight by overzealous studios looking to capitalize on dvdhounds. Of course most of the credit must go to the original film itself, which is more relevant today than when made. Nothing revealed however that Cinefantastique didn't cover already back when the film originally came out.


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