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RoboCop Trilogy Box Set (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen & Robert John Burke

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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  The first movie is a masterpiece !!!!!

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Good first movie of this trilogy but the sequels are a bit poor when compare them with the first one especially ROBOCOP 2 was a disaster. The picture and sound are good especially ROBOCOP 3. worth a buy in my opinion !!!!!!!!

  Robcop Trilogy

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Very basic set with the movies and not much extras. The picture could be a touch clearer.

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  Think it over creep.

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Ok,i am one of the biggest fans of Robocop,i grew up watching the movies,had the toys and squeezeed my brothers throat until he said i was a cop.
This boxset is very disappointing,no extras,Robocop 3 looks the best out of the three,infact it looks really good.
Robocop 1 is the same disc as the first blu-ray release,it even has the same disc sticker which makes it stick out from the other two.
Robocop 2,i had problems with this,when cain fires his weapon the screen flickers everytime,its not my hardware as all my Blu-rays work fine even with the newest update installed to my player,the transfer looks ok but nothing special.
Think long and hard before buying this as its not as good as it should have been.

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  dead or alive

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Superb and legendary classic first film. The sequels are a complete disgrace. Robocop 3 is particularly awful.

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  The Trilogy release

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This is what I would call an awful release. Included are the basic three films, and I mean BASIC. No extras unless you include a trailer as an interesting extra, this is including the first film which I would've thought they would've included the extras from the DVD release.

There is nothing new in the transfer at all, still grainy and a little soft.

I'd hold out till they've released a definitive version of this onto Blu Ray that's if they do. So don't expect much from this release.

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  Classic First Movie. Awful Sequels.

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The Robocop trilogy is a mixed bag. The first movie is a true sci-fi classic but the two sequels are both very poor. Unfortunately the poor quality of the sequels spoil the trilogy the first movie deserved.

Robocop (1987) directed by Paul Verhoeven (Total Recall) is a classic movie. Its brutal and exciting with a great performance by Peter Weller. Verhoeven superbly mixes the violent action with pretty intelligent sci-fi.

The sequel Robocop 2 (1990) was directed by Irvin Kershner (Empire Strikes Back) and written by Frank Miller (Sin City) so it should have been a good movie. Unfortunately its just a mess. The action looks cheap and the story is pretty silly. Peter Weller phones in his performance.

Robocop 3 (1993) was directed by Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad) and saw Robert John Burke replace Weller in the lead role. Amazingly it had the biggest budget of the trilogy but it looks very cheap and nasty. Sadly by this time the whole Robocop franchise looked very tired and the least said about the short lived TV series the better.

Verhoeven's Robocop is a true sci-fi masterpiece its just a shame the sequels failed to deliver.

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