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RoboCop 3 is a american film of genre Science fiction directed by Fred Dekker released in USA on 5 november 1993 with Robert John Burke

RoboCop 3 (1993)

RoboCop 3
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Released in USA 5 november 1993
Length 1h57
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Science fiction,    Thriller,    Action,    Adventure,    Crime
Rating40% 2.0033752.0033752.0033752.0033752.003375

RoboCop 3 is a 1993 American cyberpunk action film directed by Fred Dekker and written by Frank Miller and Dekker. Set in the near future in a dystopian metropolitan Detroit, Michigan, RoboCop 3 follows RoboCop (Robert John Burke) as he vows to avenge the death of his partner Anne Lewis (Nancy Allen) and tries to save Detroit from falling into chaos. It was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. Most of the buildings seen in the film were slated for demolition to make way for facilities for the 1996 Olympics. Nancy Allen, Robert DoQui, Felton Perry, Mario Machado, and Angie Bolling are the only cast members to appear in all three films.

RoboCop 3 is the first film to use digital morphing in more than one scene.

Synopsis

After Robocop 2, Detroit is on the verge of bankruptcy after a series of failed business plans and drop of stocks, and are now struggling with their plans to create the new Delta City. To speed up the process, OCP creates an armed force called the Urban Rehabilitators, nick-named "Rehabs," under the command of Paul McDaggett (John Castle). Ostensibly its purpose is to combat rising crime in Old Detroit, augmenting the ranks of the Detroit Police Department in apprehending violent criminals. In reality, it has been set up to forcibly relocate the residents of Cadillac Heights. Nikko, a Japanese-American computer whiz kid, loses her parents in the process.

Actors

Robert John Burke

(RoboCop)
Lee Arenberg

(l'homme du Hold-Up)
Nancy Allen

(Officer Anne Lewis)
Rip Torn

(The CEO)
John Castle

(Paul McDaggett)
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