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Robocop (1987) Review

They don’t make movies like Robocop anymore. They tried and failed to capture the classic, original magic of the 1987 film and after watching the debut of Robocop, you can see why. 578 more words

Review

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

In the week when we learned the name of the new Star Trek film (Star Trek: Beyond Stupid), we look back at the 1991 offering – … 407 more words

Reviews

Dead Poets Society - Editorial/Review

As I Browsed the shelf’s at my local record store turned video store I came across a movie called “Dead Poets Society.” Two things you should know about me. 346 more words

Trailer

O Captain, My Captain.

The thing I love best about a good story, be it through a novel or film, is the ability to lose myself to the narrative. To forget about my reality, and live through the reality of someone else. 690 more words

Loved

RoboCop (2014) Decent Remake Sans the Quirky Humor


Perhaps the most noticeable thing missing in the RoboCop 2014 remake, directed by José Padilha (Elite Squad, Elite Squad: The Enemy Within) are the quirky commercials, “I’d buy that for a dollar,” and the sunscreen that gives the user skin cancer are just a few of the adverts that made the first 1987 version, the Peter Weller starring Paul Verhoeven directed tongue in cheek thriller so beloved by its fans, that little bit special. 428 more words

Entertainment

FORTRESS (1993)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 35 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Strong Violence and Language, and for Sexuality

Directed by: Stuart Gordon… 813 more words

Science Fiction

Robocop - The Wiz Retro Rewind

Some things are great forever…some have an expiration date. For this fact alone, some “All-Time Greats” need a serious reality check to see if they still stand up or can still be considered great at this present time. 1,837 more words

Drama