Overall Rank: 37808
Average Rating: 1.4/4
# of Ratings: 61
Theatrical Release Date: 11/05/1993
Genre: Crime, Sci-Fi
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Fred Dekker
Actors: Robert John Burke, Mario Machado, Remy Ryan Hernandez, Rip Torn, Mako, John Posey
Plot: Robocop adopts a new family and joins an underground resistance to battle the merciless OCP and Kanemitsu Corporations. Can he aid the people of old Detroit against these corporations and defeat their evil ninja robots called Otomo? -- GOD_NOtLIKELY
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/31/2014
Robocop adopts a new family and joins an underground resistance to battle the merciless OCP and Kanemitsu Corporations. Can he aid the people of old Detroit against these corporations and defeat their evil ninja robots called Otomo?. This movie is really really terrible I mean just a lame action flick with the worst actor to play Robocop.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/10/2012
The second was a step down for the original, but this third entry is just an embarrassment. This is not the way you went to end a series, and, in all likelihood, if they decide to reboot this series, it's bound to be better than this (and maybe even the second).
Snoogans - wrote on 08/18/2010
A completely different type of film all together than its predecessors. Comes off as silly and is missing all of the great action from the first 2. One of those trilogy ruiners that you'd like to forget.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 10/05/2012
Cyborg Alex Murphy returns to join a civil resistance group when OCP set about forcibly relocating the poorest residents of Detroit in order to build their vanity project, Delta City. The first sequel to the bleak dystopian sci fi satire Robocop received mixed reviews, mainly because the juvenile tone compromised a script that actually contained some nice ideas parodying corporate culture. Unfortunately Robocop 3 gutted the character of the black humour, wit and satire - basically all of the elements that made the original so good - completely, leaving the carcass of a piss-weak comic strip in its place. The direction is laughably amateurish (some of the reaction shots are unintentionally hilarious), the dialogue is appalling, action sequences clumsy and tame, and the character has …
The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/02/2008
The "Omni Consumer Products (OCP)" has tightened its grip on Detroit, to the point that the police department is now a division of the company. With the help of OCP's new Japanese owners funding everything, it appears that the dream of tearing down Detroit and replacing it with the advanced "Delta City" will finally happen. However, there are a citizens who have taken it upon themselves to fight using any means necessary -- including using violence and weaponry.
To tighten their grip on the citizens, "OCP" employs "Rehab Teams", which are basically military police headed by a maniacal leader named "McDagget" who employs even greater violence to try to bring the rebels to his brand of justice. However, after the death of his partner at the hands of the "Rehab Team" lead by "McDagget" …
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