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though I do now have the re-mastered 'Blu-ray' version.....I will 'post' comparisons
when in the near future I watch the 1987 version.
This version is perfectly watchable, though the Original (Watched on the remastered
Blu-ray) has far more action, attitude, and graphic violence on-board, it is far more
exciting than this the new-version, of course, if you've never seen the original
perhaps it would be worth giving it a spin.
What I can say from the out-set is that the 'original' carries an '18' rating whilst this
the re-make carries a '12' which immediately suggests that the new-version has been
tailored for a wider and younger audience.
The location 'Detroit City' The Year '2028' Crime is out of control.
A large Corporation 'Omnicorp' is trying to break into the lucrative 'American' market
with their 'Law enforcing Robots' which have been accepted in many other countries
throughout the World.
The 'American' public and their sceptical politicians wont accept 'Robots' that
possess no feelings and conscience to walk the streets of 'America'
'Alex Murphy' (Joel Kinnaman) a happily married man with wife 'Clara' (Abbie Cornish)
and young son 'David' (John Paul Rutten) is a well respected 'Detroit City' Cop, when
an explosion critically injures 'Alex' the ruthless Corporation see an opportunity.Read more ›
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If you are a young person / millennial etc. give the original 1987 film a go – honestly, newer is not always better. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lennie384
As a stand-alone film, this is actually a decent film, but it pales in comparison to the original.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Lee M. Watson
I've just re-watched Robocop 2014 and I must admit, this reboot has really grown on me. As a bona fide lover of the '87 original, I was disappointed when I saw the newer film. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Sc Allen
Good film and a good UK release but could have had more extras as is available with the US version and the Audio could have been been of a better quality. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bill 64