Robocop 3

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7.9/10.While this is a weak sequel I've seen worse, Dark Knight Rises anyone?True it was a blockbuster but tried lecturing people on the economy and class warfare.Robocop 3 just tries to be entertaining and they seem to succeed with some decent effort.A great emotional scene is Nancy Allen of Officer Ann Lewis dying, necessary to further not only the story along but also help push Murphy into remembering being an officer's about justice even if it sometimes gets murky.Jill Hennessy as Dr Marie Lazarus is surprisingly good as she is one of the few good actors from that whole lousy Law and Order franchise.She plays the scientist who prefers doing what's right over what a company wants.I found the story a slight retread of what they'd done, this seemed to be lacking on being the payoff.If anything the climax needed tweaking, Still it's an enjoyable watch.

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Continuity mistake: When the two Ninja robots fight, the robot on the left loses his head before the blade strikes.

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Trivia: This film was actually made in 1991, but wasn't released until 1993. Production had already started on this film before RoboCop 2 was released in the cinemas.

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Question: Is there any reason why this film was toned down so much in comparison to the previous two films? Much of this film played like a Saturday-morning-cartoon, and less like the gritty and violent predecessors. Just curious as to why this radical (and unnecessary) change was made.

Answer: They wanted to make the film approachable to a broader age group. Kids were into Robocop, even though the movies weren't necessarily "kid friendly", so they made the third movie one that parents wouldn't mind their kids seeing in an effort to get more sales.

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