Saturday, February 8, 2014

Robocop - Movie Review



Director: José Padilha

Writers: Joshua Zetumer (screenplay), Edward Neumeier
Stars: Joel Kinnaman, Douglas Urbanski, Abbie Cornish

Robocop is a very interesting movie, sets in the future, when the robotic technologies are on its peak. The leading robot-making factory, Omnicorp wants to use robot as the replacement of cops, but heavily banned because robot does not have souls and emotions and considered unsafe.

When Alex Murphy, a police detective, is critically injured of bombing, he is reconstructed to become a robot cop, 'Robocop', to produce a powerful cop with emotion. But conflict arises when Alex's wife tell everyone that her husband has become emotionless because Omnicorp has drained his emotion. 

Alex fights to save his family, and to avenge the death of his partner and finds out that he is against everyone that he thinks is helping him. In this fully-packed with action movie, viewers will be astonished by the brilliant script and twist. 

But personally, this movie starts off boring and almost humorless, making it dull and dry. But still, it is a movie worth watching.

Rate: 6/10

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