Robocop

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User Hype Level:
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RoboCop is a 1987 science fiction film directed by Paul Verhoeven, it stars Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy and Kurtwood Smith. The film is set in a crime-ridden Detroit, Michigan in the near future, it follows a police officer who is brutally murdered and subsequently resurrected as a powerful cyborg law enforcement officer known as RoboCop.

  • Status:
    Produced over 10 years ago
  • Last Produced by:
    Data East
  • Year:
    1989
  • Other:
    Remake/Revisit Candidate
  • Rank Change:
    0
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Hype Metrics

Franchise Age

Origin:
1987
Age (years):
36

Nostalgia Factor

Someone who was age 5-15 at franchise origin is now:
41
-
51
years old

Search Volume

Monthly averages
Amazon:
26000
Google:
166000
YouTube:
101000

Robocop Pinball Theme

The "Robocop" franchise began with the 1987 film directed by Paul Verhoeven. The movie follows the story of a police officer who is brutally murdered and resurrected as a cyborg with superhuman strength and advanced weaponry. The film is known for its violent action, biting social commentary, and iconic titular character. The movie was followed by two sequels, a TV series, and a 2014 remake.

What sets the "Robocop" franchise apart from other action films is its combination of graphic violence, dark humor, and social commentary. The films explore themes of corruption, corporate greed, and the loss of humanity in the face of technological advancement. The character of RoboCop himself has become a cultural icon, with his sleek black armor and visor, as well as his signature catchphrase "Dead or alive, you're coming with me," becoming instantly recognizable to fans of the franchise.

The "Robocop" franchise has had a significant impact on the world of action cinema and popular culture. The films have inspired numerous imitators and tributes, and the character of Robocop has become a beloved and enduring part of American pop culture. The franchise's unique blend of satire, action, and social commentary continues to resonate with audiences today, and its legacy as a groundbreaking and iconic work of sci-fi action remains unchallenged.