Action / Crime / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 49%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 51%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 200695


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Joel Kinnaman as Alex Murphy / RoboCop
Samuel L. Jackson as Pat Novak
Michael Keaton as Raymond Sellars
Gary Oldman as Dr. Dennett Norton
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867.07 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 57 min
P/S 6 / 29
1.85 GB
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1hr 57 min
P/S 13 / 100

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by yuta_rule 7 / 10

Very decent movie

By 7, it really means a 7.5/10. Not sure what's with the negative reviews, but I enjoyed the movie very much. It's well-executed and the direction was clear and crisp. There's no distinct feel-good actions scenes because the pacing is kept constant throughout and I don't see why there's an issue with the pacing being that way. It's hardly flat, it's just a very honest, straight- flushed story-telling, and it fits the themes that are underscored by the movie. Alex Murphy is a reluctant hero and he's ultimately a father and a husband whose personal agenda serves as his existential core. I like how these themes are teased out and zoomed in upon throughout the movie. Also, there are some absolutely delicious production details and CGIs that are just absolutely feasts to the eye. Not to mention the superb cast and the wonderful performances. I think this is a honest and loyal reboot that will appeal to fans of Robocop who fell in love with the story precisely for the moralistic themes it explores.

Reviewed by martinjyrenaud 8 / 10

I grew up with Robocop and I enjoyed the movie

I am a huge fan of the first Robocop movie and this reboot did a decent job. The action is good, the Computer-generated imagery (CGI) is great. The relationship between detective Murphy and his family feels real and there is good acting involved between the wife, son and Robocop. Now that I am a dad, I can empathize with the situation of a family being torn apart. The man vs machine aspect is thought provoking if you think beyond the movie, especially with AI being a big topic lately. Morality, ethics and science and little we know about the human brain and soul comes into place in this action movie. Corporate greed (Omnicorp) is a perfect example of what we see today.

I think this is a great action movie, good cast and I can't believe I missed this in 2014.

I hope you enjoy it.

Cheers, M

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 6 / 10

Nothing new, but a decent action film. I just wish Samuel L. Jackson wasn't beeped in the final scene!

I went into the 'RoboCop' reboot with fond, but not very vivid, memories of the original, seeing as it came out when I was 2! I do remember having a RoboCop figurine that I used to play with as a kid. And this new film does a good job of making him look both new and futuristic, but also similar enough to the original that old fans won't be disappointed - he's silver for about a third of the film and black for the rest.

In terms of story, it's pretty straight forward - Detective Alex Murphy (Kinnaman) is almost killed, is turned into a cyborg and then tracks down the bad guys in Detroit. Sure, there's a little more to it than that - is he more man, or machine? Does he still have a conscience/soul? And does it matter if he's good at his job?

There's some decent action, but a lot of shaky/fast camera work that doesn't always help the action scenes. It feels longer than it should and doesn't have the best ending. Oldman and Keaton are good, but it's hard to feel any real connection to Murphy and his wife (Cornish), as you never spend any real time with them.

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