Fifth about The Seventh

RoboCop (2014)

RoboCop: this is a well-crafted film; the sound design, visual effects and Lula Carvalho’s camerawork (for the most part; there are a few handheld shots that stuck out like a sore thumb) are solid. José Padilha accomplishes videogame-like visuals, excessively so in the confusing action scenes; the story, however, is its main weakness. Taking itself too seriously, the plot is unexciting and, as the characters, uninteresting; it also suffers from an excess of villains. Good cast, led by Gary Oldman and Samuel L. Jackson (and it’s always good to see Michael K. Williams).

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RoboCop (1987)

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