The bloodiest version of ‘RoboCop’ will arrive at Cinemex

Cinemex will re-release some science fiction classics in its movie theaters, such as ‘Alien’, ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘RoboCop’.

Cinemex will re-release in its movie theaters RoboCop, a science fiction classic directed by Paul Verhoeven, and starring Peter Weller and Nancy Allen in 1987. But the franchise will not screen just any version of the film, but rather the definitive uncensored restoration edited by the director.

fans of Robo Cop you will see more blood and scenes gory in the C-rated director’s cut that will arrive at Cinemex on July 24. What is this popular eighties movie about? A group of scientists use the mangled remains of a dead police officer to create the ultimate crime fighter: an indestructible robot. The experiment seems to be a success, but the policeman, despite being dead, retains his memory and will seek revenge.

RoboCop will be re-released on July 24.

In a dystopian future, the city of Detroit is overwhelmed by violence and crime. The authorities, unable to do anything about it, have decided to hire a powerful and millionaire company to create a robot that fights criminals called Robo Cop. The fully electronic and remotely operated prototype has not been successful and its implementation has been put on hold. However, a company executive develops an alternative plan that could be the solution to the problem: a human in a mechanical body that responds to certain commands, but is able to use his judgment.

This has generated a conflict of power in the company and puts in competition those who manage to complete the operation successfully.. An injured police officer, Alex Murphy, is integrated with a robotic body and a new personality, removing memories of him and giving him specific commands. Little by little, Murphy will begin to remember his old life.

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The film is part of Cinemex’s Sci-Fi classic billboard.

When Robocop hit theaters, Paul Verhoeven had to make many cuts to the film because it was considered too violent. This process, according to the director, altered the initial idea of ​​the film. After 11 submissions, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) finally lowered the rating, and although it was a success, many expected to see Verhoeven’s original version.

One of the deleted scenes was when cop Alex Murphy is shot: an additional shot shows his right arm being completely shot off, and he screams in pain. In the version that we all know, this scene is missing and Murphy only appears with one arm without any explanation. The uncensored restoration also shows the deaths of Bob Morton and Clarence Boddiker a little bloodier. Are you going to see this movie in its most gory?

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The bloodiest version of ‘RoboCop’ will arrive at Cinemex