Trailer: Robocop looks better than expected


Remember that picture above? When many saw that photo they immediately thought the Robocop reboot was doomed. After seeing the trailer below, we get a chance to see this new Robocop’s origin and how the suit is created. Take a look at the trailer below.

 

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It’s refreshing to see how the armor looks after some CGI clean up. The matte black looked pretty terrible in the behind the scenes shots but looks pretty clean with the gloss added. I still like the gore filled origin of the original film compared to this stereotypical car bomb origin, but I definitely feel more confident about this film than before. What do you all think?

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3 thoughts on “Trailer: Robocop looks better than expected

  1. I was actually quite impressed. The original film approached the concept of his humanity from a distance, with his wife having moved on. This one looks like it will take a more hands-on approach and really go for the character development. That said, we'll see if the action holds up.

  2. Why not write an original movie instead of one more remake? I think it is a tired premise and it will tank at the box office but I will probably watch it on Amazon sometime when I can see it on Amazon Prime.

  3. Why not write an original movie instead of one more remake? I think it is a tired premise and it will tank at the box office but I will probably watch it on Amazon sometime when I can see it on Amazon Prime.

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