I would not bother much to see it again; if you love movies, there are so many out there. When I saw it, I was disappointed; at one time I thought this was a b movie, didn't have much dialogue with the woman and the man; Ryan was not that good an actor, and there was no suspense, no real proper drama ... you had to wait near the end to get most drama, and it bit confusing, did not all make sense; and there were small parts to the film that just did not add up to the true story. A lot of flaws, no real emotion ... and Ryan did not talk much, he moved, he remained a mystery; the film called drive but there no real fast driving or car chasing, only some moments of thrills and spills; and the bloody parts of the movie at the end were so raw and ruthless; all the killings and action only happen at the end did enjoy the movie, and I have seen much better films; I thought camera was lacking in the movements
The Robo Cop movie was excellent, and the metal man had become famous. I still remember, in the time it was made, how it was so clear, so very well made for this kind of movie genre and the action; the style to the filming was superb, the dialogie, the way the camera would move, but very controlled. It a film I remember I watched more than seven times, it was like living on adrenaline, on the edge of your seat. I got scared when I thought Peter Weller, was dead ... but when they turned him into a robot, half man and half machine, it got better, more exciting, really a film of action and fantasy. I found it even more exciting when two robots are clashing together in power and supremacy. If you love action films, this is one that you would keep, even when in later years, to watch it again the sheer thrill and pace, the excitement, when police officers are bound by confusion, conflict of the law, and who was to be blamed; part of the city known as Old Detroit, roboCop stands out for law enforcement and will use all his force, the power and the weapons he has, to use against the criminals of the city. A remarkable film, with some sad moments, but truly lightens the moment, to appreciate true film making; with a great excellent cast and cameraa skills and photography.