The mega corporation Omni Consumer Products is still bent on creating their pet project, Delta City, to replace the rotting city of Detroit. Unfortunately, the inhabitants of the area have no intention of abandoning their homes simply for desires of the company. To this end, OCP have decided to force them to leave by employing a ruthless mercenary army to attack and harass them. An underground resistance begins and in this fight, Robocop must decide where his loyalties lie.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In an interview with NBC 5 reporter Bobbie Wygant in 1993 CCH Pounder said about her character "Bertha": "In the original script, how it was written, Bertha was supposed to be large, like enormous large black imposing woman and I really objected to that and I said you know why not use somebody who's sort of large in her head, large with smarts or something or you know conviction. That feels very strongly about her cause and that is what really drives people through and gives them force and the power to stand up against things and Fred Dekker the director said you know, we should have thought of that." See more »
During the initial car chase, the bar-coded front license plates on the police cruisers alternately disappear and reappear. See more »
What can I do for you, pal?
[pulls out gun]
Um... Nobody move! Everything in the register - now! Do it!
[a dozen or more cops, seated around the shop, aim their guns at the hold up man, who straightaway surrenders]
What's it like being a rocket scientist?
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US verion rated 'PG-13' is edited, but more complete than UK versions (rated '15'). See more »
Firstly if you don't like Robocop at all, then obviously leave this alone, if you've never seen Robocop, watch the first film, then come back and read the rest of this.
Robocop started out as a hard ass cyborg, you simply wouldn't mess with (He even helped spawn a video game, in which he fought the Terminator, you've got to be Tough to be mentioned in the same breath as a Terminator - you get the point, he was hard) and, he was portrayed by Peter Weller, who did a good job.
In number 2, Peter Weller was still there and Robocop was still fun and still tough, even if it wasn't a great movie.
However, now on to the third film, take my advice and miss it, even for Robocop fans, there little here to enjoy, and this is why.
Robert Burke, has replaced Peter Weller as Robocop, and i not knocking him as an actor (I Don't know much of his work), but he isn't Robocop, Period. Also Robocop is now as weak as a kitten, and Oh yes, and he can fly now too, Yawn!
This movie simply insults the Robocop name, in every way, i can't think of a single reason to watch this film, it's another case of no sequels necessary (although Robocop 2 - wasn't all bad)
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