ROBOCOP 3 (Theatrical Release USA 1993)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

Robocop 3—
the best in the Robocop series—operates at a type of cult movie level that is hard to escape. There are some interesting scenes where humans stand against injustice that remind one of Terminator or Equilibrium, but this film does not begin to even draw close to the quality of those two films. It has spunk, though, which makes it worth a watch.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


When Robocop receives his assignment to clean up Old Detroit, he finds conflict of interest and changes sides in his fight against crime.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Fred Dekker for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Patrick Crowley for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: RoboCop (Robert John Burke), Casey Wong (Mario Machado), Nikko (Remy Ryan), Nikko’s Mom (Jodi Long), Nikko’s Dad (John Posey), The CEO (Rip Torn), Kanemitsu (Mako), Paul McDaggett (John Castle), Bixby Snyder (S.D. Nemeth), Elderly Woman in Bathrobe (Edith Ivey), Rehab #1 (Curtis Taylor), Bertha (CCH Pounder), Seltz (Judson Vaughn), Rehab Patrol (Ken Strong), Zack (Stanley Anderson), Coontz (Stephen Root), Moreno (Daniel von Bargen), Security Monitor (Kenny Raskin), and Officer at Ordnance Depot (Blaise Corrigan).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. For Robocop fans, it requires a watch to finish the series.

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