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Hear me out: why 2014’s Robocop isn’t a bad movie
Continuing our series of writers defending films hated by most is a tribute to the maligned remake of Paul Verhoeven’s sci-fi thriller

Richard Knightwell

28, May, 2021 @6:24 AM

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What I'm really watching: MasterChef, University Challenge and the news
What happens when a film critic loses the will to watch movies? Our writer settles for cookery shows, half-hearted group-watches – and the knowledge that things could be much worse

Caspar Salmon

28, Apr, 2020 @8:47 AM

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How The Predator remake is ushering in a new golden age of gore
Before family-friendly PG-13 became the norm, action hits relied on blood and guts. Post-Deadpool, we’re in the midst of a sea change

Steve Rose

03, Sep, 2018 @9:00 AM

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We can’t ban killer robots – it’s already too late | Philip Ball
Telling international arms traders they can’t make killer robots is like telling soft-drinks makers that they can’t make orangeade, says science writer Philip Ball

Philip Ball

22, Aug, 2017 @7:00 AM

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I shot Pablo Escobar: Narcos' José Padilha on his new TV series
Robin Hood or murdering madman – who was Pablo Escobar? Netflix’s latest drama digs beneath the myths surrounding Colombia’s notorious drug lord in search of the real deal

Chris Campion

24, Aug, 2015 @5:30 PM

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The forgotten five: 2014's least memorable blockbusters
James Luxford: While Marvel continued to turn out films with darker themes and sharper writing, other superheroes and sci-fi villains have had trouble keeping up

James Luxford

04, Dec, 2014 @2:34 PM

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DVDs and downloads: True Detective, Lone Survivor, The Monuments Men and more
Guy Lodge reviews the southern gothic cop drama, Peter Berg's gruelling military drama, George Clooney's second world war caper and the rest of the week's big releases

Guy Lodge

07, Jun, 2014 @11:05 PM

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RoboCop reboot's box office less than bionic, while About Last Night scores

Jeremy Kay: José Padilha's remake of the 80s action classic meets mixed results, while a budget romcom reaps solid spoils

Jeremy Kay

17, Feb, 2014 @1:11 PM

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News anchor seems to mistake Samuel L Jackson for Laurence Fishburne

KTLA's Sam Rubin apologises after RoboCop star delivers a righteous dressing down about 'other black guys' in TV adverts, writes Ben Child

Ben Child

11, Feb, 2014 @12:19 PM

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RoboCop – review | Mark Kermode

RoboCop is reborn as a latter-day Tin Man in José Padilha's effective remake of the 80s cult classic, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode

09, Feb, 2014 @12:04 AM

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Dallas Buyers Club, The Invisible Woman, RoboCop: this week's new films

Dallas Buyers Club | The Invisible Woman | RoboCop | Mr Peabody & Sherman | The Patrol | Lift To The Scaffold

Steve Rose

08, Feb, 2014 @6:00 AM

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RoboCop, everything you need to know - infographic

First released in 1987, RoboCop is back in the cinemas this month with a $130m remake

Johnny Dee

07, Feb, 2014 @4:00 PM

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