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  1. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film RoboCop

    Nonstop comic book violence for adults with memorable gory sequences, intense action and extreme make-up. The sequence where Peter Weller gets blown to tiny bits is extreme even today. Great black satire and humor too, especially the news-reports that appear scattered through the film makes me laugh all the time. Among the best in it's genre

  2. pluviosity's rating of the film RoboCop

    as a kid, I think it's a shitty movie, GAVAN IS STILL BETTER. but, as an adult, well..I still think it's shitty, but I always admired how they managed to put a heart (the scene when he struggled with his re-found memory of his death and his family) among the shitty, predictable, action plots.

  3. Fırat Ataç's rating of the film RoboCop

  4. Bob's rating of the film RoboCop

    Oversimplified at times but coherent revenge flick that is still a lot of fun to watch. And that's mostly because of larger than life villains, sadistic violence and great make-up effects. The use of stop motion brings freshness and makes ED-209 quite disturbing antagonist. Corruption and technological monopoly wrapped in dystopian cyberpunk of Detroit plays as a foreshadowing of the genre alikes.

  5. petit astronaute's rating of the film RoboCop

  6. FISCHER's rating of the film RoboCop

    Du bon travail qui allie critique sociale et distraction, émotion et thriller avec une indéniable efficacité, concocté par un solide metteur en scène ... www.cinefiches.com

  7. Superfrog's rating of the film RoboCop

    For its age it is surprisingly good. And surprisingly prescient. "We are practically the military" says megacorp. A political message that you would not see today in this type of production. The gender angle is also much saner than anything that could be done nowadays.

  8. Marcelo Fornari's rating of the film RoboCop

  9. Jason's rating of the film RoboCop

    Now celebrating its thirtieth anniversary, ROBOCOP would seem all the more prescient in terms of its positing of a world reigned over by an increasingly militarized and privatized military-industrial security complex. Verhoeven enjoys taking the piss out of the people who are basically paying to get what they want. This is high-minded mockery, obviously for the most part over the heads of its targets. Still: funny.

  10. Richmond Hill's rating of the film RoboCop

    Stridently confident visual storytelling, unencumbered by unnecessary narrative bridges just a gutsily simple satire on American gung-ho ballsiness. It's this quality that lifts it above the contemporary 'SchwarzenStone' runarounds of the day, and like the proverbial bull it runs amok amongst it's media and corporatist soft targets like a splendidly unsubtle take on Frankenstein's Monster.

  11. Renton47's rating of the film RoboCop

    Robocop is in my DNA, viewed too often, too young. Masochist relationship with aestheticised violence, genre that functions in and above its form. The Cyborg Manifesto. Does the experiment fail because we can't separate man from machine or because we try? Schlockier than remembered, but nothing purifying in its violence, no redemption in renouncing flesh.

  12. spasmolytic's rating of the film RoboCop

    Like an 80's cyberpunk Troma film directed by Tarkovsky. Minus one star for the laughable CGI at the end.

  13. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film RoboCop

    Contrary to J-L Nancy's reflection in "L'Intrus" on the intrusion on thought of a body foreign to thought, RoboCop spotlights the intrusion on body of thoughts foreign to body. And parallels between Nancy's and Verhoeven's restitutiones ad integrum run free: crossing personal and technological contingencies which in the graftee operate the metaphysical adventure of post-death experience, the vacillating, montage "I",

  14. Star Lord's rating of the film RoboCop

  15. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film RoboCop

    I think its exposures of the media, police, and corporate warlords are mostly valid, but I have serious reservations about its solutions. This is a film clearly operating from the perspective that the world is corrupted by blurred lines between the police, corporations, and the media to such an extent that violence is the best recourse for cleaning it up. On the other hand, the movie fits together really well.

  16. Muraki's rating of the film RoboCop

  17. Elia Canevascini's rating of the film RoboCop

    Bello bello bello Colonna sonora epica

  18. PAST, A NONSTOP OPEN MALL's rating of the film RoboCop

    Kudos for staging. Exterior scenes and lighting are satisfying, too. Unbelievably cheesy ending along with dated commercials through the course of the film messed the whole impression up though.

  19. Blumes's rating of the film RoboCop

    Great stop-motion with the robot and beautifully awful stop-motion with the fall

  20. Tim Ellrich's rating of the film RoboCop

  21. bernardovazdecastro's rating of the film RoboCop

    You are already see plenty of elements that after Verhoeven will use in one of is master pieces, "Straship Troopers". Still, you easily find it too, plenty of bad taste elements that reminds you the initial work. So Robocop is symbolic figure to characterize his work, between the excessive kitsch from the past and is new appearance, more clean in is approach of the new medium (his cinema and the television parody).

  22. Thomas Dods's rating of the film RoboCop

    Great action film and great American satire. Verhoeven at the top of his game. Have grown up with this film and appreciate more and more

  23. Johnny Mislow's rating of the film RoboCop

    Nostalgic! This is where my love for cyber-punk came from. So bloody

  24. Raymond Likes Subtitles's rating of the film RoboCop

    Not the classic I remember but still a good film.

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