ROBOCOP 3

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Release Date: November 05, 1993

Starring: Robert John Burke, Nancy
Allen, Rip Torn, John Castle,
& Jill Hennessy

Genre: Drama

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Rating: PG-13

Runtime: Approximately 100 minutes

Distributor: Orion Pictures

Director: Fred Dekker

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Producer: EXECUTIVEPRODUCER: Patrick
STORY BY: Frank Miller

Writer: Frank Miller & Fred Dekker

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Content:

(H, L, VV, M) This humanistic movie presents a blurred line between right and wrong and has: 7 obscenities; frequent shootings with people killed (though not graphic) & a little girl constantly put in jeopardy; and, a horrifying though boring view of the future.

Summary:

ROBOCOP 3 presents Detroit as a crime-ridden war zone, and a large, ruthless corporation owns most of the city; Robocop is called in to rescue the city and its citizens. The film presents a blurred line between right and wrong and makes it hard for even the most discerning viewer to understand the truth of the ensuing battle.

Review:

ROBOCOP 3 presents Detroit as a crime-ridden war zone, and a large, ruthless corporation called OCP owns most of the city. Because the people are an obstacle to the OCP, most of them are eliminated. One little girl, just put to bed by her father, is reassured that she is safe in her home when a wrecking ball crashes through the wall of her bedroom. The family flees, but later, the little girl is separated from her family. Robocop is called by the OCP to chase the resistors. Soon, Robocop develops a moral conscience and takes up the cause of the people against the OCP.

The movie presents a startling view of the future, and the viewer is lead to believe that it is easy for a powerful group to suppress the masses and achieve their goals by creating politically correct lies about their opposition. The plan backfires and the gray version of good triumphs over the disguised version of evil. The film presents a blurred line between right and wrong and makes it hard for the most discerning viewer to understand the truth of the ensuing battle. Robocop is portrayed as a modern day "Superman," but sadly, his character appeals to many young children who will find it difficult to distinguish fantasy from reality. ROBOCOP 3 may be depressing to even the most seasoned viewers, but it definitely is not for children.

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