A new security chief is assigned to a mining colony, and discovers that there has been a rash of irrational suicides.
Yet another buddy cop movie, but this time instead of
<random race> it is an Orc, and instead of
</random><random drugs> it's magic.
An adequate movie.
An evil scientist constructs a robot surrogate and transfers his consciousness into it to carry out his plans for global domination by kidnapping a very wealthy sheikh's son.
A watchable moderate-budget movie which somehow still falls into an 80s-cheese style. It's rare to find such a bold movie, even with it being unashamedly graphic to the point of dark comedy. I think that's why I like it.
It's worth watching once.
See also RoboCop - (1987 movie)
Something about a rape-murder and police that care a bunch about stuff and things.
This is just an extended tv episode, and a bad one at that.
A crew on route to a space station learns that it's crippled by a meteor storm.
It's 1990s quality. Seeing as it's a TV movie, that's not surprising. Overall it's fair, but I wouldn't recommend it.
- aka Black Horizon
There is the occasional unsubtitled Russian language bit, but they are meant to be unobtrusive.
The bar for entry into the police force is lowered, and misfits enter the police academy.
Overall, this was worth a couple of laughs, but the sexism and racism need to be viewed too in-context for me to deal with it. This language/culture/whatever difference removes any chance of timelessness this movie might have had.
- Police Academy 2 - Their First Assignment
- Police Academy 3 - Back in Training
- Police Academy 4 - Citizens on Patrol
- Police Academy 5 - Assignment Miami Beach
- Police Academy 6 - City Under Siege
- Police Academy 7 - Mission to Moscow
A somehow-pushover swat-whatever officer becomes embroiled in southern USA drug stuff.
Not for me on so many levels, particularly because the lead character is unrealistic and unlikeable.
The people of Detroit are being forcefully evicted and relocated to a corporate-owned city.
Unless you're a serious fan, just give this a pass. It doesn't really build on the franchise and it's corny.
Continues from RoboCop 2 (1990)[doesn't exist]
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.
A mortally-wounded cop is used as the foundation to build a police robot meant to be a tool for control but whose artificially-repressed memories and inerrant awesomeness surface to save the day.
This was a great movie in the day, and I'd bet I'm biased in saying it's still great.