Android Cop


Action / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 3.1 10 1390


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March 04, 2014 at 09:19 AM



Michael Jai White as Hammond
Kadeem Hardison as Sgt. Jones
Randy Wayne as Android Cop
Charles S. Dutton as Mayor Jacobs
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700.51 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 3 / 10
1.24 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 1 / 0

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Brian Donovan 5 / 10

It's not Robocop. It's an android, and there are twists.

Most of us cringe when we see "the Asylum" made a movie. Yet this is pretty good. Good plot, good acting, and it's NOT Robocop, it really is not. It's a new set of ideas, and well done. I really like how the Android cop solved some of the situations without using violence. I also liked the Androids attempt to follow the law.

The special effects are even good. The aircraft are interesting and unique.

The music is so so. The android cop should have been a much better shot. Three guys stand there and the Android shoots dozens of times and misses?

Reviewed by ms-shaye1984 10 / 10

Great movie

I bought this movie because it has three actors that I am very familiar with, one being in my top 10 favorites- Michael Jai White. I have read all of the comments. Yes, I do agree with many of the comments that is another ROBOCOP, but whether this movie is low budget, in your opinion, has nothing to do with the greatness of a movie. Yes, at the beginning, I thought ROBOCOP,but a 2014 Robocop in which many children can better understand, being that technology has definitely changed since the original Robocop was released in 1987. Android Cop has a different plot. Michael Jai White didn't know he was an Android Cop, which made the plot better. What he thought was reality, wasn't. In which all of us go through that on a daily basis- hence the continuous arguments that we have within all of our relationships. Robocop wasn't as helpful and detailed and tech savvy as Android cop. Robocop couldn't pull up bank records and other personal detailed information to know whether or not you, potential criminals or criminal, were threats for the particular issue. I would recommend this movie. It was well worth my money and will watch it again.

Reviewed by MrBigDub 8 / 10

Android Cop - not Murphy, but it entertains

Ah, another blockbuster, another knock-off. This time, it is of the RoboCop remake. I picked the combo-pack from my local Best Buy today. Basic Plot: A human cop is teamed up with a machine while sinister forces watch and wait (hardly a spoiler, the box itself gives us as much). In other words, this is a RoboCop knock-off.

I will just tell it like it is. The action scenes are pretty good. Michael Jai White is visibly doing all his own fighting and probably most of his own stunts (minus a couple CGI stunts – you'll know them when you see them). No complaints about the hand-to-hand combat. And when the guns come out the shooting stays pretty exciting. It's on par with 3 Musketeers (also from The Asylum).

The CGI, in my opinion, deserves its own paragraph. For once, the CGI was developed in-house so The Asylum didn't have to rely on the always fake looking effects of "Tiny Juggernaut". The CGI looks way better and a certain vehicle used in the film looks very real, like it was actually there. That and those two afore-mentioned stunts were pretty much the only visual effects used in the whole movie. They didn't go for the "robot point-of-view" (like in AVH: Aliens vs Hunter) or have everything get CGI exploded (like in 3 Musketeers). Quite the opposite: when something blows up (and that's very seldom), it's with real explosives!

The acting is pretty good. All actors do a pretty good job. There's plenty of action movie acting and very little character development but, all in all, better than I've seen in similar films. Charles S. Dutton is really going for the Oscar at the end of the film. And one must give props to Randy Wayne who has the hardest job of all – the title character.

All things considered, this is an entertaining little movie. It's not perfect and switches from night time to day in some places; not to mention the plot holes. And yet, it delivers everything it promises. Often when someone says "a film from The Asylum", people panic and run the other way. But, if you give "Android Cop" a chance, you're in for a treat. I give this movie eight out of ten stars.

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