ROBOCOP (2014) Looks Boss!

ROBOCOP (2014) Looks Boss!

How many of you out there saw the original RoboCop? It was released in 1987 and it starred Peter Weller as a human grafted into a cybernetic police officer — after being gunned down by a Detroit crime organization. It was groundbreaking and it was a humanized take-off of the Terminator. The original RoboCop was quite prophetic when analyzing the (simple minded-entertainment) television commercials, gas guzzling cars, and even a bankrupt Detroit.

The unchecked evil corporation driving the technology behind RoboCop and an array of military robotic solutions is stunningly similar to mega-corporations of today.  A corporation run by criminals financing criminals to expand untaxed wealth through the drug trade. RoboCop was one of the best films merging human and cybernetics — it developed a cult following and spawned two sequels, not as good as the original.

I was excited to see the re-imagining of RoboCop and the trailer looks awesome!  The title was transposed to all caps as: ROBOCOP but that is where the similarities end. After waiting 26 years for a solid remake — this merging of technology with a human seems plausible, if not affordable (on an NSA budget). There has been a paradigm improvement in special effects since the original RoboCop fought the stop-motion animation bi-pedal tank. 

Science seems very close to making ROBOCOP a reality if they solve the hydrolic and energy issues. We might be less than 25 years away from ROBOCOPS and ROBO-ROBBERS. Whatever man can imagine he can achieve and if man can discover how to preserve a living brain then what is next — eternal life? Oh wait, just ask McDonalds how they make a cheeseburger stay preserved for years in the open air!


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Michael Erevna

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of RevelationNow.net fulfilling his true passion of researching and writing about Biblical scripture, ancient text, and esoteric mysteries. His book "Thy Sun, Thy Rod, and Thy Staff" is available on Amazon.com. He has appeared on "In Search Of..." with Zachary Quinto and other radio appearances.