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A few months after RoboCop defeats Clarence Boddicker and Dick Jones. His job is far from done, and several issues make it so. The Detroit police is on strike, OCP is developing both a new robot officer to replace him and to begin construction of "Delta City" to replace Detroit. To make matters worse, there is a new group of criminals who made a new drug called "Nuke", led by a man only named "Cain". RoboCop and his partner Anne Lewis must get the Detroit police back on its feet, Defy OCP, and stop Cain. Plus, OCP may even have something for Cain as well.
He's back to protect the innocents.
Title: Robocop 2
Release Date: June 22, 1990
Runtime: 82 mins
All Genres: Action, Crime, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Sound: Dolby SR
IMDB Rating: 5.3
Buried.com Rating: 6.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With R
MPAA Rating: R
Belinda Bauer ...Dr. Juliette Faxx
John Glover ...Magnavolt Salesman
Mario Machado ...Casey Wong
Leeza Gibbons ...Jess Perkins
John Ingle ...Surgeon General
Tom Noonan ...Cain
Roger Aaron Brown ...Whittaker
Gabriel Damon ...Hob
Mark Rolston ...Stef
Lila Finn ...Homeless Woman
John Hateley ...Purse Snatcher
Gage Tarrant ...Hooker
Thomas Rosales Jr. ...Chet (as Tommy Rosales)
Brandon Smith ...Flint
Wallace Merck ...Gun Shop Owner
Peter Weller ...Robocop
Michael Medeiros ...Catzo
Galyn Gorg ...Angie
Linda Thompson ...Mother with Baby
Lily Chen ...Desperate Woman
Nancy Allen ...Anne Lewis
Clinton Austin Shirley ...Jimmy Murphy
Angie Bolling ...Ellen Murphy
Jeff McCarthy ...Holzgang
Ken Lerner ...Delaney
Martin Casella ...yuppie
Willard E. Pugh ...Mayor Kuzak (as Willard Pugh)
Phil Rubenstein ...Poulos
Felton Perry ...Donald Johnson
Dan O'Herlihy ...The Old Man
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More Movie Taglines:
- He's back to protect the innocents.
- Even in the future of law enforcement there is room for improvement.
- [Robocop shoots at man with cigarette] RoboCop: Thank you for not smoking.
Cain: You want me? RoboCop: Dead or alive. Cain: One of us must die. RoboCop: Dead, then.
Cain: People want paradise, and they will have it.
RoboCop: You sold us out, Officer Duffy!
RoboCop: Where is Cain?
- The point-of-view shots from RoboCop include references to MS-DOS, while the point-of-view shots from RoboCop 2 feature a Apple MacIntosh-style interface, with a skull instead of the Apple logo.
RoboCop's new directives are (in numerical order): - DIRECTIVE 233: Restrain hostile feelings. - DIRECTIVE 234: Promote positive attitude. - DIRECTIVE 235: Suppress aggressiveness. - DIRECTIVE 236: Promote pro-social values. - DIRECTIVE 238: Avoid destructive behavior. - DIRECTIVE 239: Be accessible. - DIRECTIVE 240: Participate in group activities. - DIRECTIVE 241: Avoid interpersonal conflicts. - DIRECTIVE 242: Avoid premature value judgments. - DIRECTIVE 243: Pool opinions before expressing yourself. - DIRECTIVE 244: Discourage feelings of negativity and hostility. - DIRECTIVE 245: If you haven't got anything nice to say, don't talk. - DIRECTIVE 246: Don't rush traffic lights. - DIRECTIVE 247: Don't run through puddles and splash pedestrians or other cars. - DIRECTIVE 248: Don't say that you are always prompt when you are not. - DIRECTIVE 249: Don't be oversensitive to the hostility and negativity of others. - DIRECTIVE 250: Don't walk across a ballroom floor swinging your arms. - DIRECTIVE 254: Encourage awareness. - DIRECTIVE 256: Discourage harsh language. - DIRECTIVE 258: Commend sincere efforts. - DIRECTIVE 261: Talk things out. - DIRECTIVE 262: Avoid Orion meetings. - DIRECTIVE 266: Smile. - DIRECTIVE 267: Keep an open mind. - DIRECTIVE 268: Encourage participation. - DIRECTIVE 273: Avoid stereotyping. - DIRECTIVE 278: Seek non-violent solutions.
A directive which is only seen briefly in the scene where they are having trouble uploading the new directives into RoboCop is 'Directive 262: Avoid Orion Meetings'. Orion Pictures was the production and distribution company of RoboCop 2 (1990).
In the scene where RoboCop was being reprogrammed by Dr. Faxx, the following hex numbers scroll quickly up the screen: "50 45 54 45 20 4B 55 52 41 4E 20 49 53 20 41 20 47 52 45 41 54 20 47 55 59". Converted to ASCII text, it reads: "PETE KURAN IS A GREAT GUY". Peter Kuran was the special effects photographer.
Director Cameo: [Irvin Kershner] when Dr. Juliette Faxx is reviewing death row inmates' files on the computer, the first inmate image shown is that of Kershner.
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