A new wave of tailor-made drugs sweeps over Detroit, whose even bigger problem is a corporate takeover of the city.
While interesting, it's not ground-breaking like the first was.
Why all the nonsense regarding RoboCop being creepy on his ex-self's widow? I wonder if sort of pseudo restraining order might work. I suppose, though, that they'd have to somehow ensure that Murphy's existence is anonymous.
Whoa, RoboCop briefly walked around without his helmet on! I thought the entire point of things was to keep his human foundation a secret. Maybe I don't remember the first movie enough.
Why is RoboCop blue now? Maybe he'll be green in RoboCop 3.
Wait.. they're also calling him Murphy.
Why would RoboCop have a problem shooting a kid?
Why would RoboCop have a screen pop out of his arm to state there's an emergency. Shouldn't that be from a monitor nearby?
I guess it's just those cops at that department who left to help RoboCop and the rest are still on strike.
All those cops driving over there, I'm glad they didn't surprise anyone.
The commercials throughout the movie are great.
I find the practical effects quite wonderful. From the fake Murphy head to the robotics. The long-shot robotics looks pretty jerky and obviously greenscreened though.
How was Cain transported to the meeting between the mayor and the drug dealers? Because if he/it walked, people would have noticed.
Some of the sound effects are just embarrassing. =(
Damn Cain has a lot of ammo.
What, is there a wireless connection between the brain/spine and the robot?
That news reporter in blue got shot in the leg didn't she, but she was chasing after the bad guy for a sound byte.