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Robocop (2014) Review

I don’t really remember the original Robocop. I usually like to watch the original of any reboot/remake before I see the new version but I didn’t get the chance to do that with the new version of Robocop. 723 more words

Review

Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 85: Lone Survivor, RoboCop, and The Monuments Men


6 ‘n 90!  Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds.


Lone Survivor.  Both Steve and Lou support this film version of Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell’s harrowing true-life story of survival.  104 more words

Podcast

Quickie Review: Breaking Away (1979)

A classic american coming of age tale, in the non digital era.

Quickie Review

RoboCop (2014)

The dangerous thing about remakes is that the idea is never as good as the end product. As much as I protest, they will always remake films…and rarely will they be as good as the original. 223 more words

Action Reviews

Damnation Alley (1977) Review

The first time I saw “Damnation Alley”, it was on late night TV and I must have been about thirteen or fourteen. It had the perfect mixture of ingredients to immediately attain legendary status in my young psyche: it starred George Peppard, who played everybody’s fourth favourite character in “The A-Team”, it also starred Jan-Michael Vincent from “Airwolf” and Paul Winfield, who I knew as Captain Terrell from “Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan”. 495 more words

Movies

ROBOCOP (2014)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 57 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Intense Sequences of Action including Frenetic Gun Violence Throughout, brief Strong Language, Sensuality and some Drug Material… 1,019 more words

Sci-Fi

The Outside Man (1972)

This is an odd European gangland flick that was filmed in L.A. and stars 3 well know faces and a few American character actors to round out the cast. 325 more words

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