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Runtime: 117 min
Language: English
Subtitles: Italian
Frame Rate: 24 fps
Video Bitrate: 3226 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 320 kbps
Year: 2014
Genre: Action, Crime, Sci-Fi
Director: José Padilha
Stars: Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton

Size: 815 mb
Files: 3

Review: ** SPOILERS ** I'll start this review by making it clear that when Robocop is my favorite movie and it was from when I first saw it there 25. When I felt a lot of anxiety to Remake mounted (PG-13 Note in particular) went with fairly low expectations, but still something of an open mind, as I really wanted to restart faithfully smart new hit franchise Robocop. I was pleasantly surprised with the first hour of the film and the physical transformation quite scary Murphys was presented (there was not much left of it), and emotional impact on him. I particularly liked the opening scenes of him to confront his new form and his little crisis in the Chinese factory where it was built. Unfortunately, the movie begins with a big nose dive in point Robocops a public disclosure. Stupidly convenient plot where the entire database Detroit PD including 17 years worth of CCTV citys will added to Murphy just minutes before he is about to make his grand appearance. This causes overload Robocop Murphy must be forced to change more and more as a result it is a robot, and finally making the time of his arrest for the murder of their grand opening. Was clumsily handled plot to make the plot development, but defied logic. Why is he sending a huge moment so crucial? Others pointed to the lack of a true antagonist, and this is truth. The main penalty is Antoine Vallon completely broken compared vile Kurtwood Smiths Clarence Boddiker and up Michael Keaton can even hold a candle to exercise Ronny Cox in the original. There also a bit of chemistry between Alex and Clare Murphy, both before and After The transformation. The film is better not trying to ape and a nod to the original. Basil Poledouris score using the majestic Peter Young Bromfmans particularly stark and poorly arranged. When I watched the Man of Steel on the 50 minute mark I realized I had not heard of John Williams classic Superman theme, but also realize that this is a new approach to the myth of Superman, who does not have to borrow from your poprzednikó V Too bad the movie is not the same. The effects are generally good, but unfortunately the only fight Robocop/ED-209 typical modern CGI fest and not have any of the same scene with the weight of the original. Films biggest problem is undoubtedly due to the constrictions of the PG-13 rating. Listening to arch criminals speak without swearing pulls me if the movie and destróio sense of realism. In one scene, as Murphy approaches to plant drug bust Take photos of classic drugs factory original Shoutout to come mind. Unfortunately, this version turns out to be an anti-climax total of almost completely devoid of slaughter required by this recognition. Namely due to removal of Robocop Vallon night shooting in vision, where people are shot, but not blood, death or injury are shown for each medium to meet the same way. This clearly shows that the bold subject does not fall with the teenage audience and has similar. There is something in the duct work, is directed to a teenage audience? No private Arent than Gary Oldman, who almost always has, regardless of role or performances highlight film. Kinnaman is some wood in some places, but gives a fairly decent performance, although sometimes seems uncomfortable with the role. One aspect of the film, which did nothing for me was the character of Samuel L. Jackson, who opens and closes the film, and offers views same sides throughout. If this is replacing the original satire can keep it. His clumsy and offers little more than a bland comment on plot exposition power mediówi. She tells us anything interesting that we still do not know, and Jackson doing his screams something in excess, especially at the end of shrink-worthy. I fully embrace t ...

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