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Robocop (1987)

A dedicated police officer is declared legally dead and reawakens to find that he has been transformed into a cyborg by a malevolent corporation.

On the surface, Robocop looks like just another dumb sci-fi action film but beneath lurks a lot of clever ideas. 149 more words

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Cinema-Maniac: Boxing Helena (1993) Review

Boxing Helena (1993) is an extremely divisive film with very little discussion surrounding it. In the realm of controversial films such titles like I Spit On Your Graves (1978), Cannibal Holocaust (1980), Natural Born Killers (1994), A Clockwork Orange (1971), and other such films draw plenty of film lovers (and sometime an uninformed outsider) sharing conflicting viewpoints, and sometime ideology gets thrown into the fold. 2,668 more words

Movie Reviews

RAMBO III (1988)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 42 minutes

MPAA Rating: R

Directed by: Peter MacDonald

Written by: Sheldon Lettich & Sylvester Stallone

Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Kurtwood Smith, Marc de Jonge, Sasson Gabai & Doudi Shoua… 859 more words

Action

Happy Birthday: Kurtwood Smith

Happy Birthday actor Kurtwood Smith

Born: July 3, 1943 in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, USA

Married to:
Joan Pirkle (5 November 1988 – present)
Cecilia Souza (26 June 1964 – 1974) (divorced) (2 children) 95 more words

A New War (Rambo III, 1988)

The directorial debut of Peter MacDonald (whose had a bigger career as a second unit director, part of films such as Guardians of the Galaxy and the Empire Strikes Back), Rambo III brings us a Rambo once again in a self imposed exile.  246 more words

Action Movies

Robocop

Year: 1987
Directed By: Paul Verhoven
Written By: Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner

RYAN’S REVIEW

The farther we go into the past the more interesting the movies about the future tend to be. 1,177 more words

Action

Question Tuesday

On Facebook this morning, I complained about a YouTube account called CinemaSins. The account profiles the “sins” found in popular movies. There are times when I quite agree with his assessment of logic issues in stories but oftentimes he calls things cliche which I think are just universal human truths. 358 more words

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