Do not expect this robocop movie is going to be the same as the original version made in the 1980s. In addition to its ratings that are not too suitable for teenagers, this film also has a different purpose with the regime and the different political climate. But, different is not necessarily bad, is it? Here are some facts from this movie: - Contains political innuendo Perhaps quite interesting is the political satire in a story that is quite thick, like the era of RoboCop in the 80s that satirize Reagan about consumptive behavior. The latest RoboCop movie was started by Bill O'Reilly conservative-style talk show host (played brilliantly by Samuel L. Jackson) who criticized his government's policy of using robots for overseas security but dared not apply on American roads. Then the problem rolled on the threat of invasion of privacy, reliance on foreign-made goods (Robocop built in China), and the way that companies easily influence the political laws. - Teen Rating In running the action, RoboCop, of course, fired many bullets. Rating PG-13 obtained the film does not mean violent scenes are safe, especially there are social and political messages that may not be understood by the younger audience. - Cool Sports Motors and New Costumes The black sports bike has a futuristic design. Same with other superhero vehicles such as Batman, RocoCop motorcycle also harmonize with his new costume. RoboCop new costume version is also more futuristic, and very much different from the original costume directed Verhoven metallic silver color. This helmet shape is also different from the original version. Speaking of a new version of the costume, this version of Robocop will have more human characters and will show more real faces. - The Suffering of Director Director Jose Padilha admitted having difficulty in making reboot film 'RoboCop'. Especially after the actor Hugh Laurie decided to no longer involved and leave the antagonistic role that he got.
Wall.E reveals a robot who lives alone with his best friend a Cockroach. Staying on earth that has been abandoned for hundreds of years by human beings as a result of disasters that strike the earth, so the earth is not worth living anymore for living organisms (humans, plants, animals). Another Disney / Pixar masterpiece. The film directed by Andrew Stanton is no less in demand with his previous successful film that winning an award which is Finding Nemo. In the midst of the animated presence of the film that explores the Beast as the character of the story, Andrew dared to raise the theme of Robot & Man on wall-e, the result? Not disappointed! Wall-e is a 9th long animated film produced by Pixar for Walt Disney and this time is a love story that touches between two robots from a much different generation. When the earth is too full of rubbish, all humans leave Earth to live on an artificial planet called Axiom. Meanwhile, Earth is occupied only by a robot named WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth-Class) that is a lonely robot and tasked to clean up all the waste on earth after all humans leave. The life of WALL-E is mediocre until an interesting robot called EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator) is assigned to find signs of life on earth with evidence of a plant. When EVE finds a plant previously found by Wall-E, it must return to Axiom and preach the discovery. However, Wall-E does not remain silent. He chases EVE across the galaxy that takes him to Axiom and feels an incredible adventure. The 'chemistry' that takes place between eve and wall-e is so compelling, especially how the behavior of more wall-e driven by 'emotion' is slowly able to enter into eve's personality more like a 'machine': cold and solely concerned with solving task according to sop. no impression imposed, until the scene when eve desperately defends and try to save
In "RoboCop", the year is 2028 and multinational conglomerate OmniCorp is at the center of robot technology. Their drones are winning wars around the globe and now they want to bring this technology to the home front. Alex Murphy (Kinnaman) is a loving husband, father and good cop doing his best to stem the tide of crime and corruption in Detroit. After he is critically injured in the line of duty, OmniCorp utilizes their remarkable science of robotics to save Alex’s life. He returns to the streets of his beloved city with amazing new abilities, but with issues a regular man has never had to face before.
In January 2018 it was announced that original RoboCop writer Ed Neumeier was writing a direct sequel to the 1987 classic film that would ignore both sequels and the 2014 remake. “We’re not supposed to say too much. There’s been a bunch of other RoboCop movies and there was recently a remake and I would say this would be kind of going back to the old RoboCop we all love and starting there and going forward. So it’s a continuation really of the first movie. In my mind. So it’s a little bit more of the old school thing” Neumeier said.
This lack of action or broad-strokes characterisation may explain why, despite its success, there has never been much appetite for a WALL-E sequel. At heart it’s a whimsical formal experiment wrapped in an allegory about the humanity’s relationship to the planet and to technology. In terms of what happened next for the characters, there isn’t much to see.
WALL-E spends his days compacting debris into solid blocks and building structures with them. He also collects some of the more interesting artifacts and keeps them in the garage he shares with a cockroach, his only friend. At night he watches Hello Dolly on VHS and dreams of having a hand to hold. Most of his finds are spare parts and electronics but one day he discovers a lonely plant. Not sure what it is, but recognizing that it needs soil and care, he picks it up and puts it in a dirt-filled old shoe.