The mega corporation Omni Consumer Products is still bent on creating their pet project, Delta City, to replace the rotting city of Detroit. Unfortunately, the inhabitants of the area have no intention of abandoning their homes simply for desires of the company. To this end, OCP have decided to force them to leave by employing a ruthless mercenary army to attack and harass them. An underground resistance begins and in this fight, Robocop must decide where his loyalties lie.
“Hey gang, judging by how awesome Robocop 2 was, we have to do a sequel! Lets get rid of the actor that played the CEO of OCP and while we’re at it, lets not cast Peter Weller either. This is going to be awesome guys, just you wait…” -A total Dumb-ass.-
You know I love you guys right? You awesome readers give me the strength to sit through some of these terrible movies to review them. So here we are at the last movie in this series, Robocop 3. We start out in a neighborhood that’s going through a mass eviction so OCP can make their Utopian city called ‘Delta City’. So basically it’s the same old, same old but without the familiar faces. The people form a resistance and fight against the people evicting them from their homes. Robocop tracks down some of the people involved inside a church and goes to take them in with his partner. The OCP goon squad comes in behind them and orders Robocop and partner to step aside so they can clear the building by force. Robocop sees the people inside as innocent people and must protect them due to a prime directive, but he cannot fight the OCP goons because of the same issue so he is torn. Shortly after the goons open fire and severely damage Robocop and kill his partner.
The rebels take Robocop with them and contact his hot operational technician to repair him, and while doing so they also modify his prime directive list to omit the one that says he cannot harm or arrest OCP staff. As it turns out the rebels stole Robocop’s super jet pack during a weapons run they had done earlier in the film but Robocop decides for whatever reason not to use it. There is this Japanese company that’s is out to purchase OCP and sends an agent to take Robocop out of the equation. The agent is a Japanese looking cyborg ninja with spurs… yeah you read that right. So the ninja and Robocop have this pathetic fight and Robo blows his head off (that was an intense 3 seconds let me tell you).
OCP goes to the police station and orders the cops to help force the citizens out of their homes but they all turn in their badges and go to help the resistance. OCP hires a bunch of gang members to aid them instead and they have a battle royale in which the goons are winning. But wait… Uber-Robocop and his jet pack show up and he blows the goons away and flies to the OCP headquarters to take out the leader of the goon squad. There are two more cyborg ninjas waiting for him *gasp* but they kill each other instead, which triggers them to explode, but who cares because Robocop flies away with the good guys. Yay, the good guys win.
I rate this piece of cinematic fecal matter a 3/10 for it’s ability to ruin the first movie’s good name. The only other movie involving Robocop I would care to see would be a ‘Robocop vs. Terminator’ movie which I’m pretty sure will never happen.
Official Nutshell-Movies Explanation
Robocop 3 (1993): The famous cyborg (now with a jet pack) fights against an evil corporation that wants to evict people from their homes.