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“RoboCop” takes place in 2028, a multinational corporation called Omni Corp is rapidly emerging with the most robotics technology. Meanwhile, Alex Murphy, who is a husband loves his wife and children, keeps the task of protecting Detroit city from infamous criminals. In a mission, Alex is seriously injured and Omni Corp help him be revived by their technology. Returning to be a policeman with superior ability but Alex has to face things that he has never encountered before…
Surveying the peculiar array of 1980s retreads clustered into release this week, I'm reminded of Marty McFly in Back to the Future Part II, traveling forward in time 30 years to discover that everything is still the same, only worse.
Neither Alex Murphy's internal moral conflict nor the larger, vaguely satiric portrait of a global culture dependent on high-tech law enforcement seem to be the main point of this Robocop remake, which raises the question of what is meant to be the point.