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Robocop Trilogy Box Set

Released on 04 February 2002

Featuring: Peter Weller, Belinda Bauer & Nancy Allen

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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Dead or alive, you're coming with me

Robocop (Dir. Paul Verhoeven, 1987): He's RoboCop. And in the near future, he's law enforcement's only hope. A sadistic crime wave is sweeping across America. In Old Detroit, the situation is so bad a private corporation, Security Concepts, Inc., has assumed control of the police force. The executives at the company think they have the answer - until the enforcement droid they create kills one of their own. Then an ambitious young executive seizes the opportunity. He and his research team create a law enforcement cyborg from the body of a slain officer

All goes well at first. Robocop stops every sleazeball he encounters with deadly, piercing, and sometimes gruesome accuracy. But there are forces on the street, and within Security Concepts itself, that will stop at nothing to see this super cyborg violently eliminated.
Prepare yourself for non-stop action and adventure in one of the most explosive sci-fi stories you'll ever witness: Robocop. [English language soundtrack only]

Robocop 2 (Dir. Irvin Kerschner, 1990): The sizzling sequel to 1987's sci-fi blockbuster brings back "The Future of Law Enforcement," RoboCop, to face his greatest challenge ever! Peter Weller returns as the half man/half machine police officer, this time to rid the lawless streets of Detroit of the deadly new designer drug "Nuke." Unknown to RoboCop, the evil corporate empire which created him wants to take the city "private," and develop RoboCop 2, a newer, bigger and more powerful version to replace the original.

The script was - in part - written by comic-book genius, Frank Miller (Ronin, The Dark Knight Returns).

Robocop 3 (Dir. Fred Dekker, 1993): Omni Consumer Products (OCP), the conglomerate that designed RoboCop now owns Detroit. The company plans to demolish one of the city's largest neighborhoods to build a gleaming city of the future-after an army of ruthless mercenaries finishes throwing everyone out of their homes. But RoboCop, sworn to protect the public, joins forces with a band of urban freedom fighters battling to save their neighborhood. After battling a lethally efficient ninja android, and equipped with a new arsenal of hi-tech weaponry, RoboCop and the courageous residents take on OCP's private army. It's all-out war, an explosive street fight that could destroy either the entire city or the evil powers behind the brutal corporate raid.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

Robocop:

  • Documentary 'Flesh and Steel'
  • Production Reel with Deleted Scenes Build
  • Audio Commentary by Director and Screenwriter
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Two Original Featurettes: 'Shooting Robocop' and 'Making Robocop'
  • Photo Gallery
  • Storyboard Comparisons with Audio Commentary
  • Trailers
  • TV Commercial
  • Choose The Theatrical or Director's Cut Version of Robocop

Robocop 2:

  • Original Theatrical Trailer

Robocop 3:

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 Average rating (13 reviews)

 I'd buy that for a tenner!!

| | See all trevsaid's reviews (6)

Great film Robocop. I remember when i first watched it, aged eight. My older brother had rented it with his mates, i remember he dragged me into the front room when mum was out and showed me ED209 blowing that executive to bits.

I was shaken, i was disturbed. Before my brother took it back, i watched it from start to finish with my mates, and the next day we were running around the playground playing robocop, blowing limbs off, stealing, play smoking, swearing. But thats the appeal to kids, the ultraviolence.

Having grown, i now look back at the film with a fresh eye, and it hasn't dated. The look is good, the atmosphere of a decaying city struggling to become something it never will, the witty screenplay, the adverts and news reports setting the pace.

Robocop works on so many levels that it will always be right up there in my top 20 films of all time. Which is why i give this boxset a 4* rating. Robocop is a 5* movie, 2 and 3 on the other hand arent.

Its the same old story of cashing in on sequels that get progressively worst, the third a damn site milder as they now try to cash in on teenage market having realised that the biggest fanbase this movie has is not the sci-fi buffs, but the kids, hence the TV series, hence the Cartoon, hence the toys.

But having said that, to have all three in a box set at such a great price is worth it, even if it is to only own the first one really.

 First two awesome, 3rd one seemed to lose it

| | See all Masenko's reviews (4)

Detroit cop Alex Murphy is murdered on this first day at a new station and his remains are turned into Robocop, the future of law enforcement. Who could not like this film or its squeal they're awesome. The 3rd one wasn't has good and Peter Weller didn't reprise his role, only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars. Good buy for £12.99 recommended but dethontly not for kids

 "..Classic sci-fi.."

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The five star review is for the original Robocop movie not the two sequels. Robocop the directors cut is awesome and for this price worth buying the box set for. The new cut of the film is extremely violent and nasty in every way, loads of classic action and the story is great, worth every penny. If you do watch the two diabolical sequels then don't expect them to be half as good. Robocop 2 gets about three stars for violence and action, but has a stupid story. Robocop 3 gets one star for being so low budget; the effects are so bad and extremely cheap.

 THE FUTURE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT!

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20 Years ago the original film blasted onto our screens.
The comic book violence and cutting satire was fresh and darkly funny. The effects were amazing, and the creation of RoboCop wowed everbody! The film was a massive success and spawned two poor sequels and a very toned down TV series,But does the original movie stand the test of time?
ROBOCOP 1987
This disc has the uncut version of the movie, deemed too violent 20 years ago, and this is the version to watch in it's blood splatterd glory. Arms, Bodies, Heads explode without being cut by the stupid cencorship of 1987.
At time of it's cinema release the stop motion effects were Jaw dropping, now they seem a little shabby, but the film is still a classic and stands the test of time very well.
*****
ROBOCOP 2 1990
With the film being directed by the director of The Empire Strikes Back and written by comic book legend Frank Miller, how could this movie fail?
It does fail, allot has to do with the stop motion effects, back in 1990 the stop-motion effects were looking a little dated, but now they look awful, and with the final 20 minutes of the movie being devoted to a stop-motion show down, it does look very amature, but this was still before the days of CGI overkill. But it's the script that lets the film down more than anything, the biting satire of the original is replaced by dull in-jokes. The simple drug lord turned into the new psycho Robocop is shallow. A huge dissapointment!
**
ROBOCOP 3 1992
This is a insult to the original, and even worse than the dissapointing first sequel. Gone is the ultra-violence and in is the new kid friendly approach. The film lacks anything approaching the original's greatness and seems more like a TV movie. This film actually sat in limbo for two years before getting the cinema release, they should have not bothered, as this film has direct to video written all over it!
Robocop even has a jet pack , and has to fight with Robo-Ninja's this time.
The film was poor on it's cinema release, now it's just pathetic. It Feels like a poor episode of Power Ranges, than a second sequel to a Sci-Fi classic.
*

Only the original movie stands the test of time, The second is not terrible but is a huge disappointment. As for the third entry, I suggest you don't bother watching it, and use it a drinks Mat!
I still recommend you by the trilogy, just to relive the first movies glory. But this should have been a five Star trilogy.

 THE FUTURE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT!

| | See all MovieAddict's reviews (1336)

Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

20 Years ago the original film blasted onto our screens.
The comic book violence and cutting satire was fresh and darkly funny. The effects were amazing, and the creation of RoboCop wowed everbody! The film was a massive success and spawned two poor sequels and a very toned down TV series,But does the original movie stand the test of time?
ROBOCOP 1987
This disc has the uncut version of the movie, deemed too violent 20 years ago, and this is the version to watch in it's blood splatterd glory. Arms, Bodies, Heads explode without being cut by the stupid cencorship of 1987.
At time of it's cinema release the stop motion effects were Jaw dropping, now they seem a little shabby, but the film is still a classic and stands the test of time very well.
*****
ROBOCOP 2 1990
With the film being directed by the director of The Empire Strikes Back and written by comic book legend Frank Miller, how could this movie fail?
It does fail, allot has to do with the stop motion effects, back in 1990 the stop-motion effects were looking a little dated, but now they look awful, and with the final 20 minutes of the movie being devoted to a stop-motion show down, it does look very amature, but this was still before the days of CGI overkill. But it's the script that lets the film down more than anything, the biting satire of the original is replaced by dull in-jokes. The simple drug lord turned into the new psycho Robocop is shallow. A huge dissapointment!
**
ROBOCOP 3 1992
This is a insult to the original, and even worse than the dissapointing first sequel. Gone is the ultra-violence and in is the new kid friendly approach. The film lacks anything approaching the original's greatness and seems more like a TV movie. This film actually sat in limbo for two years before getting the cinema release, they should have not bothered, as this film has direct to video written all over it!
Robocop even has a jet pack , and has to fight with Robo-Ninja's this time.
The film was poor on it's cinema release, now it's just pathetic. It Feels like a poor episode of Power Ranges, than a second sequel to a Sci-Fi classic.
*

Only the original movie stands the test of time, The second is not terrible but is a huge disappointment. As for the third entry, I suggest you don't bother watching it, and use it a drinks Mat!
I still recommend you by the trilogy, just to relive the first movies glory. But this should have been a five Star trilogy.

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ActorsPeter Weller, Belinda Bauer, Nancy Allen, Robert John Burke, Rip Torn, Ronny Cox, Gabriel Damon, Miguel Ferrer, Tom Noonan, Dan O'Herlihy, Kurtwood Smith, Ray Wise & John Ingle
DirectorPaul Verhoeven, Irvin Kershner & Fred Dekker
Certificate18 years and over
Year1987 ; 1990 ; 1993
ScreenWidescreen 1.78:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesRobocop 2 & 3 only Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo: English ; German ; Spanish ; Italian ; French
SubtitlesCzech ; Danish ; Dutch ; English ; Finnish ; Greek ; Hebrew ; Hungarian ; Norwegian ; Polish ; Portuguese ; Swedish ; Turkish
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.