This week’s episode takes us to Detroit in 2028 where crime is rampant and the future of law enforcement is a half-man half-machine hero named Robocop. This 2014 remake of the Paul Verhoeven classic uses most of the original story, with a slightly updated twist, to tell the tale of Alex Murphy’s transformation into Robocop. In this version of the story, a large multinational conglomerate called Omnicorp has created several lines of automated security drones to maintain peace and order in war zones throughout the world. They have tried to get their robots onto the streets of America for several years but they are stonewalled by a congressional bill that bans the use of robots with deadly force from patrolling any city in the country. They decide the key to getting into the American market is some type of human integration with the robots to help ease the worries of politicians. Alex Murphy is chosen as the perfect candidate after he is maimed by a car bomb in front of his home. Once he is reborn as a cyborg, Murphy decides to hunt down those responsible for his death but the trail may lead down a path that he was not expecting. Why did they make this another story about Alex Murphy? Couldn’t the story followed another officer’s transition into a robot peacekeeper? Maybe an old west themed one called Robosheriff with Wyatt Earp? Why wasn’t this an R rated film? It could have used so much more violence and blood to help with the pacing issues. Too many big name actors with too little to do. If you really need a Robocop fix, you’re better off watching the 1987 version. Thank you for all of the love you continue to show us. Please rate and review the podcast wherever you get it and if you like the show, share it with your friends. Have a great week.