robocop

Trevan and Trey go over a pair of movies this week: Robocop and Gloria, which couldn’t be more different.

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The satire is still there, albeit not as angry and way more obvious, and the targets have shifted ever so slightly to keep up with current events. Had the film been a carbon copy, though, there would have been no point in making it.

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We have advance passes to see ROBOCOP Monday, February 10 at 7:30 PM at the AMC Studio 30 in Olathe in we want you to have them!

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These face-melting movie scenes count as some of the first real glimpses many of us had for gore. Despite the fact that you now see on prime-time television scientifically correct images of what happens when a body is rent asunder by an number of accidental causes, there’s something to be said for the cartoonish, yet horrendous manner in which a face just drips right away.

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This weekend, America’s favorite comic-book super soldier gets his own movie as “Captain America: The First Avenger” brings the Marvel superhero to the big screen. The idea of the super soldier, however—someone enhanced beyond normal human powers for the express purpose of fighting— is nothing new. Here is a list of the Top 10 coolest [...]

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My love affair with Pixar’s latest animated masterpiece “Wall-E” is so absolute that it has inspired this list of my Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Movies, or savvy circuit-board flims. That is to say, more specifically films featuring memorable robots. It is entirely possible that robots and artificial-intelligence storylines have ultimately been best served by the [...]

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