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Paul Verhoeven

Edward Neumeier
Michael Miner
Action, Sci-Fi

Peter Weller
Nancy Allen
Ronny Cox
Kurtwood Smith
Miguel Ferrer
Plot Summary
In a dystopic and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories.
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Review by Chucky
Robocop is a childhood favourite of mine. I still have vivid memories of this movie from when I first watched it. It's not easy to forget something like the early sequences involving the ED-209 demonstration with its relentless non-stop firing rampage of a now lifeless corpse or the merciless execution of Murphy by the gang members.

The ultra-violent nature of this movie is sure to appease most fans who enjoy exploitative cinema.

Review by Crash Dummie
Far removed from the kid friendliness of Robocop 3, the cartoon and the live action TV series, Robocop is a smart and bloody piece of satirical exploitation cinema.

What could have been a dumb B-movie about a dead cop's brain being transplanted in a robotic body ends up being a touching film that raises questions about the nature of humanity and the moral emptiness of society as a whole. It also features tons of gore, dismemberment and awesome giant robots.

An absolute classic that can be enjoyed on many different levels.
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