Robocop 3

It’s Megacop vs. Megacop when Detroit’s cyborg crime-fighter hits the streets to protect the innocent…this time from corporate greed. When the ruthless corporation that runs Motor City begins kicking families out of their homes to clear space for a profitable new real estate project, Robocop (Robert John Burke, Copland) joins forces with a renegade band of freedom fighters to save them. But Robocop must face some deadly foes, including a lethally efficient android and a dangerous gang of thugs. Robocop’s latest arsenal of high-tech weaponry only somewhat evens the battlefield as this lone superhero takes on the entire army of corporate militia in an all-out war to control Detroit.
MALE NARRATOR:
Imagine an end to crime,
an end to poverty.
Imagine two million good jobs
waiting to be filled.
Sounds like a dream,
doesn’t it?
Well,
sometimes dreams come true.
Delta City.
For our children.
MALE ANNOUNCER:
This is
Media Break.
You give us three minutes
and we’ll give you the world.
Good evening, I’m Casey Wong.
Our top story tonight,
Motor City goes Japanese
as the Omni
Consumer Products Corporation
ended months
of speculation today
by announcing its takeover
by the multinational
Kanemitsu Corporation.

Come on, honey. Hurry up
with your calculus.
It’s almost time for bed.
NIKKO:
I’m watching Media Break.
As the first…
…private corporation
Come on, honey.
to completely own
and operate a major city.
Company spokesmen
expressed special interest
in the delicate issues
of urban resettlement
and a crime wave in Detroit
that many citizens
are calling a war zone.
(GRUNTING)
(SCREAMING)
But, as usual,
OCP has an answer.
Meet the Rehabs,
urban rehabilitation officers.
From the blazing fields
of the Amazon War,
comes state-of-the-art
urban pacification.
We’re here
to help the people,
to augment the police force,
and deal
with the gang problem.

FEMALE REPORTER:
What about reports you’re
actually rousting people

from their homes
to make way for
construction of Delta City.

Nikko, you heard your mom.
Go on.
Oh, man.
(WHIRRING)
MALE REPORTER:
What about
the homeless problem?

What a gyp.
…have to come down
before delta can go up.
So, I won’t deny we’re serving
an eviction notice or two,
but most of these people
have already taken
their urine tests

and placement exams,
they’ve got new jobs
waiting for them,
we’re just helping them
make the transition.
That’s all.

We’re cops, nothing more.
FEMALE REPORTER:
Nothing more?
Well, we’re not robots,
if that’s what you mean.
(POLICE SIRENS WAILING)
(MAN LAUGHING ON TV)
Hey, Dad?
You’re supposed
to be asleep.
Is it true
what the TV said?
That it’s
a war zone outside?
Don’t listen
to what the TV says.
This is your home.
You hear me?
And you’re safe here.
(WRECKING BALL SCREECHING)
(CRASHING)
I’ll buy that for a dollar.
Get out! Get out!
Get out! Get out!
(CRASHING)
POLICEMAN OVER MEGAPHONE:
This neighborhood
is the property

of Omni Consumer Products.
All residents are requested
to vacate the area.
(CLAMORING)
For God’s sake, help us!
That’s what we’re
here for, ma’am.
Just get on the bus.
Where are they
taking us, Dad?
What’s happening?
Don’t believe ’em!
They’ll throw us
in the streets
to die like rats!
Nazi sons of bitches!
(PEOPLE SHOUTING)
Shoot her if you have to,
but get her out of here.
Yes, sir.
POLICEMAN:
Let’s go. Come on.
I think it’s
going rather well,
don’t you, Seltz?
Yes, sir.
POLICEMAN:
Come on! I said, move!
(GRUNTING)
Manhandle an old lady,
would you?
Shut up!
(GROANS)
(NIKKO CRYING)
POLICEMAN: Move it! Move it!
Get up there!
I said get up!
POLICEMAN:
What are you doing down there,
you piece of slime?
Didn’t you hear me?
(BEEPING)
I said get up,
you drunken cow!
Get back!
The crane’s gonna blow!
(PEOPLE YELLING)
Come on! Move it!
(EXPLODING)
Listen to me, people!
These buses are going nowhere!
Stay here!
Fight for your homes!
There is no silver lining,
only corporate scumbags,
who wanna line their pockets!
Nikko!
Nikko! Nikko!
Mom!
Mom! Dad!
Nikko!
No! That’s my baby!
NIKKO’S MOM:
Nikko! Nikko!
Mom!
Dad! Dad!
Mom! Dad!
NIKKO:
Mom!
(DOG BARKING)
Mom!
Dad!
Mom!
(GUN FIRING)
You! Stay where you are!
(NIKKO PANTING)
POLICEMAN OVER MEGAPHONE:
This neighborhood is
the property

of Omni Consumer Products.
All residents are requested…
(GASPS)
…here to assist you.
Repeat.
The rehabilitation officers
are here to assist you.

Personal possessions
are limited to carry-on size.
No furniture…
Hush. It’s okay.
It’s okay.
(NIKKO SOBBING)
You’re with us now.
Is he gone?
Are we clear?
Clear!
Okay, let’s do it!
(TRAIN RUMBLING)
Okay, Moreno,
cover your ears.
Rock ‘n’ roll.
(BEEPING)
(EXPLODING)
BERTHA:
All clear. Let’s go.
(COCKING RIFLE)
Whoa! Jesus!
E.D. 209!
He wasn’t
in the recon photo!
E.D. 209:
Freeze!
You are trespassing
on police property.
Please surrender
your weapons.
What the hell?
What is… What is she crazy?
You have 20 seconds
to comply.
MORENO:
Hey, kid, come back here!
COONTZ:
You’re gonna
get us all killed!
What the hell
is she doing?
You are in direct violation
of penal code 114, section 3.
I am authorized
to use physical force.
You now have 10 seconds
to comply.
(BEEPING)
You won’t believe this.
He’ll be loyal as a puppy.
You have five seconds,
four seconds,
three seconds.
(ALARM BEEPING)
You have one second to comply.
I am now authorized to…
(ALARM STOPS)
Be loyal as a puppy.
(CHEERING)
BERTHA:
Will it work?
Stole it off
a dead cop.
(ALARM BLARING)
(BEEPING)
Holy shit!
That’s the police armory!
(ALARM BLARING)
They must have deleted
the access signature.
Let’s get out of here!
No, they’ll be
a few more minutes.
All we gotta do
is figure out how
to get that door open!
Are you kiddin’ me?
(E.D. 209 WHIRRING)
(FIRING)
(EXPLODING)
(LIGHT SWITCH FLIPPING)
Oh.
Oh.
(CHUCKLING)
(ALL LAUGHING)
Yeah!
One-stop shopping.
(POLICE SIREN BLARING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
Let’s go!
Gotta get out of here!
All right, all right!
What are you,
pickin’ out, drapes? Come on!
I’m comin’!
Ooh.
Get that.
Why?
It looks expensive.
(POLICE SIREN WAILING)
Come on! Come on!
Let’s go!
(POLICE SIREN WAILING)
Drop your weapons!
Now!
Do it! Drop ’em!
(E.D. 209 WHIRRING)
Freeze.
You are trespassing
on police property.

Eat lead, suckers.
(GUN FIRING)
BERTHA:
Nikko, get in!
Come on!
(TIRES SCREECHING)
(GUNS FIRING)
(HUMMING STOPS)
(MUSIC PLAYING)
♪ Here comes Santa Claus,
here comes Santa Claus
♪ Right down
Santa Claus lane
♪ Vixen and Blitzen
and all his reindeer…
What can I do
for you, pal?
Um,
nobody move!
Everything
in the register!
Now! Do it!
(COCKING GUNS)
♪ Here comes Santa Claus,
here comes Santa Claus
♪ Right down
Santa Claus lane ♪
What’s it like
being a rocket scientist?
WOMAN POLICE CAR RADIO:
All units, we have
a confirmed B and E

involving police property.
Please respond.
Repeat.
All units, we have a…
Hey, Donnelly,
it’s your turn.
No way, man. No.
We went last time.
No, it’s Lewis’ turn.
Okay, okay, okay!
Lewis, you’re up!
(ALL CHANTING)
Lewis, Lewis, Lewis.
Lewis, Lewis, Lewis.
Hey! Isn’t anybody going
to arrest me, or what?
Hey, Lewis,
where’s your friend Murphy,
anyway?
He’s not real big
on doughnuts.
“He’s not big
on doughnuts.”
I knew that.
WOMAN POLICE CAR RADIO:
All units, repeat.
That is a battered
yellow van, no plates.
Sig tracking
shows southbound…
JENSEN:
Hey, that’s a battered,
yellow van.
No shit, Sherlock.
(POLICE SIREN WAILING)
Hey, Moreno,
company’s comin’!
Hold on. Here we go!
(TIRES SCREECHING)
Unit 477 in pursuit
eastbound Esposito.
Watch it, watch it,
watch it.
I’m watchin’ it,
I’m watchin’ it.
(HONKING)
(HONKING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
Jeez, ahhh!
BERTHA:
Hey, Moreno,
they’re still on our tail.
Hey, don’t sweat it.
Hey, kid,
watch this.
(SIRENS WAILING)
(CRASHING)
(SCREECHING)
(ENGINE HISSING)
(ALL CHEERING)
(SIREN APPROACHING)
Hold the champagne.
(SIREN WAILING)
POLICEMAN:
You stopped in the middle
of the damned street.
MAN:
What’s going on?
That was my light!
You idiot!
LEWIS:
Is everybody okay?
Okay? What are you,
a comedian?
I traded in a brand-new
S.U.X. For this classic.
Now, look at it. It’s garbage.
It’s going to the junkyard.
What the hell is this,
fellas, huh?
You give a broad a badge,
and she gets
delusions of gander, huh?
It’s grandeur,
dumb shit.
(SIREN APPROACHING)
This new guy
is making me nervous.
I don’t think
this is exactly a guy, Moreno.
You think it’s him?
Unit 477 to Dispatch.
This is 477 to Dispatch.
Come in, Dispatch.
We could use some
back-up out here.
Hello, Dispatch?
Come in.
This is 477, Dispatch.
(SIREN SQUEALING)
Lewis.
Splatterpunks.
(GUN COCKS)
Wait a second!
Wait a second!
What do you need
the shotgun for?
Ah, shit,
we’re all going to die!
Sit tight, people.
Back-up’s coming.
Sit tight?
Hey, if it wasn’t for you,
I wouldn’t even be here,
you dumb broad.
I’ll make you a deal,
tough guy.
You want to eat the tie,
keep it up.
Take it easy.
My brother’s a cop.
(WHIZZING)
(YELLING)
(MANIACAL LAUGHTER)
(HOOTING)
(EXPLODING)
(GUN FIRING)
(SCREAMS)
(EXPLODING)
(POLICE SIREN WAILING)
477 to Dispatch.
We have a Code 3.
We’re low on ammo
and need immediate back-up.
Right now.

(TIRES SCREECHING)
Sergeant Reed,
I’ve got Murphy’s cruiser’s
on the grid, sir.
He just turned around.
He what?
(COCKS RIFLE)
(RIFLE CLICKING)
(SIREN WAILING)
Murphy, this is Reed!
I have three other vehicles
en route to Lewis!
Murphy, continue pursuit!
That is a direct order!
Do I make myself clear?
Murphy, are you listening?
(TIRES SCREECHING)
(GASPS)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
(WHIRRING)
(CRASHING)
(GUN FIRING)
Police officer.
No loitering.
(GUN FIRING)
You called for back-up?
Thanks for dropping by,
Murphy.
Are they gone?
I’m still scanning three.
(GUN FIRES)
(BULLET CLATTERS)
Make that two.
(BOTH PANTING)
Clock it, Jack!
Megazone invasion!
Pop a tranq, hypo-head.
Splatterville is ours.
Shoot him in the mouth,
splatterbrain!
Cyborg eats bullets,
Jack!
Not tonight, he don’t.
(THUDDING APPROACHING)
(GASPS)
(YELLING)
(PANTING)
(GLASS SHATTERING)
Shoot him in the mouth!
Do it! Do it!
Shut up! Shut up!
Do it! Do it!
(BOTH YELLING)
Shut up! Shut up!
Shoot him!
Nice try, creeps.
Give me it!
You have the right
to remain silent.
(GRUNTING)
(SIREN WAILING)
Down there.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
Jesus, Murphy,
are you okay?
I’m fine, Anne.
Thank you for asking.
POLICEMAN:
Come on, come on, get on.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
MAN ON POLICE RADIO:
3 Adam 20.
OFFICER RESPONDING:
3 Adam 16.
Let’s go.
(WOMAN CRYING)
POLICEMAN: Let’s go!
Everything will be all right.
You can move with me.
Let go!
Get your damn hands…
(GASPS)
(BRAKES SQUEALING)
Stupid kid.
(BEEPING)
Hey, come here.
Come on.
COONTZ:
Would you forget
the stupid kid already!
Come on, in here.
(BEEPING)
(SPEAKING JAPANESE)
Kanemitsu-san, please.
Kanemitsu-san,
I realize we’ve had
certain setbacks,
but you’ve got my word.
We’ve done everything
humanly possible
to get Delta City
back on schedule.
(SPEAKING JAPANESE)
Kanemitsu-san,
please, that’s not necessary.
Gentlemen.
You are now looking
at a company in transition.
Needless to say,
this has resulted
in the implementation
of certain, uh, well…
Oh, let’s call them cutbacks.
Ah, but who can
put a price tag on a dream?
Our esteemed former chairman
had a dream.
He called it Delta City.
THE CEO:
Knock it off, Johnson.
The great city
of Detroit
represents an important
precedent, gentlemen.
There’s only
one small problem.
It’s turning into
a war zone!
Sir, it’s just
a small resistance group.
And there’s no reason
to believe they pose
a significant threat.
Well, I’d consider
a deficit of $350 million
a significant threat,
wouldn’t you, Johnson?
Fleck!
Sir.
You’re in charge
of Security Concepts.
Where’s that Robocop
we spent so much money on?
The police
had a little problem
with the unit, sir.
I’m dealing with it
personally.
You do that. You get him
to the Rehab team,
and maybe we won’t
have to worry about
a small resistance group.
Get the hell out of here!
All of you!
Oh, you take your time.
For God’s sakes, Fleck,
try to get the police
on our side.
What if I don’t want
a robot on my team?
You’ve got four days,
McDaggett.
If Cadillac Heights
isn’t cleared for demolition
by Friday midnight,
our loans will be called in.
OCP will be ruined.
We made a deal,
didn’t we, chum?
Oh, by the way,
if you’re just now
figuring out
the line between
big business and war
is a little blurry,
then you’re further
over the hill
than they say you are.
(SPEAKING JAPANESE)
(BEEPING)
(SIREN WAILING)
This is entrapment.
My client was visiting
close personal friends
in that motel.
Hey, buddy, your client’s
close personal friends
were a non-union video crew
and a German shepherd.
That’s prejudicial.
Did the arresting officer
ask to see their union card?
Yeah, yeah!
Cecil, come get this crap.
Will somebody please
answer the damn phone?
Metro West. No, ma’am,
we’re not on strike.
You could’ve fooled me.
I’ll deal with them
looters myself,
get me a baseball bat
with some nails in it.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
(BEEPING)
How’re you feeling, Murphy?
I’ve been better.
Well, I’ll be
honest with you,
it looks like you
just made friends
with a Mack truck.
I don’t have many…
Friends.
(CHATTERING)
Dr. Lazarus?
You want to tell me
what happened.
Well, Atlanta beat
the Pistons last night.
That’s cute.
I meant with, uh, glory boy.
Oh, him.
He got shot to hell
and, uh, set on fire.
You know
what I’m talking about.
He disobeyed a direct order.
I want to know why.
My real opinion?
No, lie. Make up a story.
Well, Mr. Fleck,
offhand, I’d say
the only reason
he’d disobey an order
is if he didn’t
agree with it.
Excuse me?
Well, he made a decision.
His friend was in trouble
and he made a judgment call.
Cops do that, you know.
It’s in the manual.
Human cops do that.
What do you mean, his friend?
This thing’s a machine.
Look, if OCP just wanted
a robot, why the hell did they
put Murphy in there
in the first place?
Murphy’s dead, sweetheart.
That’s on record.
Mr. Fleck, this is Murphy.
What’s left of his face,
portions of the cerebrum,
the cerebellum,
it’s human tissue
that’s still alive.
How can you interface
human components
with a machine
and then complain
when the human part
makes a decision?
Okay.
So, not only
did we get Murphy’s
years of training
and his law enforcement
skills,
we also inherited his…
His memories,
his feelings,
his emotional baggage?
Well, I’d call it
his humanity,
but I don’t think
you know that word.
I see.
(CLEARING THROAT)
Tell you what, Doctor,
you talked me into it.
His emotions, get rid of ’em.
Find out where they’re located
and erase them.
If that means
wiping out his memory,
that’s too bad.
Um,
we could cut out
the appropriate circuits
by, uh, implanting
a micro neuro-barrier.
Do it.
‘Cause I got news for you,
babe, I don’t give a shit
how smart you are.
OCP owns the cops.
That means they own him.
It means they own
your cute little ass.
Nobody owns me.
Fine.
We want him
on the Rehab team.
That means
you make him predictable,
or you look for a new job,
sweet cheeks.
I think I’m in love.
(ALARM BEEPING)
What’s going through
your head, Murphy?
(MACHINE BEEPING)
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
LEWIS:
That’s his family.
Do you want me to install
that neuro-barrier, Doctor?
No. I can do it.
I think I’d like
to be alone with him,
if it’s all right.
Alex, I thought
you’d never get home.
Do not let the fact
that these people
are homeless sway you.
They are terrorists,
pure and simple.
On the screens
are suspected rebel locations.
If any of these locations
appear on your regular beat,
check it out.
Make sure you report
any unusual…
Hey, Lewis.
Did you hear
what they did to Murphy?
Suspicious…
(THUDDING APPROACHING)
(BEEPING)
(DOOR CLOSING)
Murphy.
Hey, Lewis, you want
your body armor?
What? No.
I’m off duty.
What’s up, anyway?
Do you have family?
Yeah. I have a brother
in Pittsburgh.
The one who doesn’t call.
You know that.
Robo, are you okay?
I’m fine.
And call me Murphy.
(CAR ENGINE STARTING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
(HAMMER POUNDING)
(WIND WHISTLING)
(DOOR BURSTS OPEN)
Murphy?
(DOOR BURSTS OPEN)
MCDAGGETT ON MEGAPHONE:
Step out of the building.
(POLICEMEN CHATTERING)
Stay right there.
We’re police officers.
We don’t want you.
We have reason to believe
there are squatters
in that structure.

Now, step away from that door.
They’re civilians inside.
They’re just trying
to stay warm.
Those people belong
in the nearest
rehabilitation center.

MCDAGGETT:
Some of them
are armed terrorists.

Now step away
from the door,
or you’ll be cited
for obstructing justice.
(BABY CRYING)
Look, I’m not going to ask
politely next time.
Now step away from the door.
This is
your final warning.
(GUN FIRING)
You are making a mistake.
Back off,
or there will be trouble.
Now you’re talking,
Murphy.
We’re not budging.
If you want to get in there,
you gonna have to
shoot through us.
I don’t have a huge
problem with that.
(TRUCK EXPLODING)
Cease fire!
(WIND HOWLING)
Robocop.
Come on! Come on!
Come on!
Come on! Come with us!
Cover me.
(GLASS SHATTERING)
MAN:
Let’s go! Let’s go!
(BABY CRYING)
Some tough cop I am,
huh, partner?
(GASPING)
Murphy.
I’m scared.
Don’t be.
It won’t hurt long.
Get them for me.
Promise me.
I promise.
Murphy.
Officer down.
(GUNS FIRING)
MAN:
Just move it! Come on!
BERTHA:
People, we don’t
have much time.
Nikko, let’s go!
Come on.
Come with us.
What, is she crazy?
He’s a cop!
He’s one of them.
He’s on our side now.
She’s right.
Oh, you saw what he did.
What are you gonna let
some stupid kid
make our decisions now?
BERTHA:
We’re at war, Coontz.
We could use his help.
COONTZ:
Are you kiddin’ me?
Look at him!
He’s totaled, man!
People, come on!
We don’t have time
for this shit!
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
He’s right.
We should go.
(BANGING ON DOOR)
(POLICEMEN CHATTERING)
Five-meter spread!
Search the perimeter.
POLICEMAN:
Let’s go! In there!
Over there!
Damn.
We’re tracking him, sir.
He’s moving.
That’s impossible.
The building’s surrounded.
He’s gone underground.
Find a manhole.
We got a little held up.
(RATS SQUEALING)
Ooh!
Rats?
One or two.
(RATS SQUEALING)
Go on through.
Hey, are you okay?
I’m fine.
NIKKO:
Hey!
You guys!
No, man!
Told you it was a mistake
to bring him.
Bet he weighs a ton.
MAN IN DISTANCE:
This is Rebel 2
to Base Op.
Come in, Base Op.
BERTHA:
Watch your step.
BERTHA:
We’ve got wounded
over here.
Clear the way, people,
come on.
Get out of the way.
COONTZ:
Hold up your side.
(COONTZ GROANING)
He don’t look too good.
Well, you wouldn’t look
so good either if you took
a grenade in your chest.
Tracking.
Beacon.
Tracking?
(MOUTHING)
What did I tell you?
He’s gonna lead them
right to us.
Oh, shut up, Coontz.
Nikko,
what’s he talking about?
(BEEPING)
Did he booby-trap
the 8th street entrance?
Maybe.
(BEEPING)
(RUMBLING)
Better get
mobilized, folks.
They got a little too close
to home that time.
It’s not worth it, man.
It’s not worth this shit!
You better take
a real deep breath
right now, Coontz.
Because if you don’t think
it’s worth it,
then you’re nothing
but excess baggage.
Do you hear me?
You get it together,
Coontz.
Cadillac Heights
may not be much,
but it’s our homes.
It’s all we got.
Now if you don’t think
our homes is worth it,
then you tell me
what the hell is?
This is Bertha to Base Op.
We’re comin’ in.
BERTHA:
Set an extra place.
We’re bringing in a friend.
(INTERCOM BUZZING)
Incoming caller.
What do you want?
Nice work, doll face.
What’re you talking about?
You haven’t heard?
You might wanna turn on
Media Break.
TV on.
Channel 378.
MALE ANNOUNCER:
Witness to
the tragic shooting,

was Rehab commander,
Paul McDaggett.
Well, uh,
all I can say is,
it’s a terrible loss
of a fine,
fine public servant.

(CAMERA CLICKING)
It’s hard to believe
she was gunned down
by her own partner.

MALE ANNOUNCER:
An OCP spokesperson
has confirmed

that Robocop has joined
the terrorist rebel forces.
He is heavily armed
and should be considered
extremely dangerous.

On the…
TV off.
FLECK:
Congratulations, sweet cheeks.
Now listen up.

I want your legendary ass
and your corporate I.D. card
in my office
by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow.
And maybe you won’t be
brought up on charges.
Meantime,
you might want to decide
who’s side you’re on.

Sleep tight.
INTERCOM VOICE:
Call complete.
He what?
He opened fire
on the Rehabs.
They’re saying
he’s gone underground.
Oh,
there goes our P.R. budget.
It’s too big to put a lid on.
Company line is
he’s gone renegade.
How’d the CEO take it?
How do you think
the CEO took it?
Between me and you, Johnson.
I think the CEO
is starting to lose it.
FLECK: I mean,
take a look around,
will you?
It’s the fall of Rome
around here.
It’s Darwin time.
Know what I’m saying?
Survival
of the least expendable.
Remember the old man,
Jeff.
Everyone’s expendable.
(WIND BLOWING)
It can’t be that bad.
Honey, can you hear me?
Are you there?
(WIND HOWLING)
Every corporation
goes through
this sort of thing.

(GROANING)
WOMAN:
Oh, my God.
What happened?
(ELEVATOR BELL CHIMING)
WOMAN 2:
Oh, my god.
What happened?
Hey, Wilson,
what’s happening?
Arnott just went
out the window.
That’s the fourth one
this month.
Chicken shit!
I’d eat a bullet myself.
Less showy.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
FLECK:
I’ll tell you, Johnson,
the writing was on the wall
the minute we
hopped in the sack with
that piece of shit
Kanemitsu Corporation.
(SHUSHING)
As I was saying,
Otomo-san,
we have a warrant out
for the arrest of Robocop.
If we eliminate him,
then we’ll find
that the squatters are more,
well, let’s say,
easily persuaded.
Fleck,
a word with you, son.
I’m sorry
for the intrusion, sir.
Is there anything
Security Concepts can do?
Security Concepts
can kiss my freckled butt.
You’re fired.
You heard me, Fleck!
You’re fired!
Get out of here.
(MUMBLING)
THE CEO:
Three days till disaster.
What the hell will I tell
my shareholders, Johnson?
What about more Rehabs, sir?
We could recruit them
out of the existing
police department.
It would be cheaper
than hiring mercenaries.
And we could use Metro West
facilities as a staging area.
Give them a nominal raise
for an incentive.
You’re a good man, Johnson.
I knew there was some reason
I made you a vice president.
Thank you, sir.
(GUN FIRING)
I really…
(MEN CHATTERING)
Yo, yo, heads up,
heads up.
Come on, let’s go.
We’re gonna be late.
(CHILDREN CHATTERING)
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
(ELECTRIC CRACKLING)
Well?
Can you fix him?
This isn’t a valve job
on a Chevy.
I never worked on
a damn Robocop before.
I can do the body work,
but…
Look, all we gotta do
is hold onto the Heights
for three more days.
He can hold out till then,
can’t he?
Bertha,
are you listenin’ to me?
Huh? He is messed up.
We don’t have
the equipment.
Well, who the hell does?
Lazarus.
Find Doctor
Lazarus.
(POLICE OFFICERS CHATTERING)
Hey!
Who are you?
I’m friends with Robocop.
Oh. Well, he’s not here.
I’m sorry.
You don’t believe me.
To tell you the truth,
I don’t know
what to believe anymore.
He… He had a message
for you.
He said to thank you
for not taking
his memories away.
Well, well, well.
Afraid you’re
a little late, pal.
You must be one
of Kanemitsu’s boys.
I’m impressed.
Trouble is…
Your boss.
He kind of owns OCP.
And OCP is kind of
on our shit list
with a bullet.
(GROANS)
(GUN CLANKING)
(METALLIC CLINKING)
(METALLIC CLANKING)
Uh.
So you wanna know
where the rebels are.
You can tell your bosses
to kiss my ass.
(NECK CRACKING)
A vehicle is approaching.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
How’re you doing, Murphy?
I’ve been better.
Give me a status scan.
Organics intact.
System’s efficiency: 23%.
It looks like a direct hit
to the heart.
DR. LAZARUS:
I may have to recalibrate
the pneumatic systems as well.
Is he gonna die?
Not if I can help it.
Let’s get everything
hooked up to the generator.
We’ve got work to do.
Now, listen.
I’m gonna unplug you
for a little while, cowboy.
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.
Here you go.
(PANTING)
I got that heart
you wanted.
I said a Nissan.
That’s a Kanemitsu.
Oh, Jesus!
Jeez! Hey, Zack,
we need that sealant pack.
Zack!
Marie! Marie, look!
Oh, shit.
Hey, bring that
chest plate over here.
Time for the chest plate.
Huh? Heh-hey!
You wait, man.
You are gonna be so cherry.
Hey, Moreno,
watch out for the, uh…
COONTZ:
What the hell
are you doing, man?
Well, I didn’t know what
that thing was there.
What are you trying to do?
It’s behind the…
Don’t yell at me.
Well, don’t do it.
Murphy. It’s you.
Alex, I thought
you’d never get home.
Welcome home, Murphy.
I couldn’t sleep.
How are you feeling?
My efficiency rate is 93%.
Anything above 90
is considered normal.
Um, I heard Marie
call you Murphy.
NIKKO:
Is that your real name?
It was.
Before.
Before what?
(MEN LAUGHING)
So, um…
Now that you’re better,
will you stay?
Will you help us?
You know what Bertha says?
She says if we hold back
the Rehabs for just
two more days,
they won’t be able
to make us move.
And they’ll have to
let my parents go.
And we’ll all be together
like family again.
Your parents?
(BEEPING)
Murphy, you okay?
Your parents,
you miss them?
Yeah.
But you remember them.
Because if you remember them,
they’re never really gone.
Hey, Murphy,
I’m glad
your new heart works.
I heard voices.
Shh.
She should be in bed.
Could you leave her
just a moment?
Of course.
(BLUE CHRISTMAS
BY ELVIS PRESLEY
PLAYING ON RADIO)
♪ Won’t be the same, dear
♪ If you’re not here
with me ♪
(GLASS SHATTERING)
Hey, you gotta pay for that.
Hey!
(SWORD SWISHING)
What are you, deaf?
Son of a…
That’s not
what we said
we were going to do.
That is, too,
what we were
gonna do.
That’s not what we said
we were going to do.
That’s in the Heights.
Hey, Bertha,
you told us to relocate
the weapons,
but where do you want
this thing?
Oh, my god.
How did you get this?
We stole it
from the police depot.
Why?
You know this looks like
the exhaust system
from an F-27.
No. It’s the prototype
for Robo’s flight pack.
The funding ran out
before we got a chance
to test it.
How do you know
so much about it?
Oh, I designed it.
(ALL LAUGHING)
Well, it looks like the odds
on the home team
just went up.
Okay, now what I’ve done
is program the command system
to take its cues
from your hard drive.
I’ve also rigged it to work
as an auxiliary power unit.
So, if you ever have
a power drain
like you did yesterday,
just interface
with the flight pack
and recharge
whether you fly or not.
And, Nikko, you see
those resistors over there
by the ratchet?
Get them for me,
will you?
(VOICE ECHOING)
Get them for me,
will you?

Get them for me.
Get them for me.
Promise me.
Get them for me.
Promise me.
What’s goin’ on?
Excuse me.
Hey, man,
where you goin’?
Unfinished business.
It’s okay.
He’ll be back.
He needs us, too.
Where’s he going?
To keep a promise.
LEON:
All right, you got a Robocop.
You got an alien cop?
Huh?
You gotta a ghost cop?
Leon, I told you,
I don’t have time for this.
(DOOR BURSTS OPEN)
You got a vampire cop?
Murphy.
Good evening,
Sergeant Reed.
Do you know
there’s a warrant out
for your arrest?
Yes.
I was just checkin’.
What can I do for you?
Please direct me
to the Rehab staging area.
Oh, it’s just down the hall.
You can’t miss it.
Thank you.
You may want to call
the fire department.
MALE VOICE ON SPEAKER:
Quadrants 4th grade are clear.
All central units are
to remain on class-4 alert
until 2200 hours.
Hey, you got a light?
Sure, man.
ROBOCOP:
Allow me, scum.
MAN:
Look out!
Aah!
Oh, shit.
(GROANING)
Where’s McDaggett?
(HE’S SO STRANGE
BY THE GO-GO’S PLAYING)
♪ He’s coming out tonight ♪
That does not look like
a police station.
MCDAGGETT: You’re damn right,
I’m not at the police station.
If my spy hadn’t warned me,
I’d be dead now.
I thought your damn ninja
was supposed to take care of
Robocop for me.
That’s the deal.
I clear the area,
he keeps the robot
off my back.
You have the device
I had sent you?
It hasn’t come to that yet,
and it won’t. Relax.
It is difficult for me
to continue our business
relationship

when I do not know
your methods.
You don’t need
to know my methods.
I said I’ll clear the area,
and I’ll clear it.
Just get the robot cop
off my back.
(KNOCKING ON DOOR)
(STEREO PLAYING)
I understand you’re willing
to pay good money
to know where
the rebel Base Op is.
Yes, well, um…
The money’s good,
if the tip’s good.
Yeah.
Well, uh…
The last tip saved your ass,
didn’t it?
(POLICE SIREN WAILING)
Hey, hey, hey, hey!
What do we have here, huh?
What’s the matter?
You don’t like a man
in uniform, huh?
Look, my dad lost his job.
I just need some money.
That’s all.
Oh, we got lots of money,
honey.
GIRL:
Don’t! No!
She said no!
Huh?
(PEOPLE SCREAMING)
Maybe you have
a hearing problem.
Go home, young lady.
You are in violation
of curfew.
Where’s McDaggett?
Room 212.
Thank you.
I hope you are insured.
Elevator door sticks.
Don’t.
(GUN FIRING)
I have a message
from Officer Lewis.
(GUN FIRING)
Stop!
Drive!
I said drive.
Goddammit, drive!
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
…I want my time, money.
I told you once.
I’m not going
to tell you again.
I must commandeer
your vehicle for police use.
What is your problem,
sucker?
(MUSIC PLAYING)
I mean, Officer.
(TIRES SQUEALING)
(GUN FIRING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
Cover me!
(CHILDREN CHATTERING)
Commander!
(HORN HONKING)
(CHILDREN CHEERING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
(CHILDREN CHATTERING)
BOY:
Hey, what’s the deal,
Robo was shot?
(SIGHING)
Where the hell is Robocop?
We could drive around
and listen for explosions.
Hey, are you doing that?
I got tired
of splicing wires,
so I put in
a pulse tach decoder.
A telemetric?
No.
Smart ass.
I know you are,
but what am I?
Here, let me try it.
(GLASS CLINKING)
Thanks for
the heart attack, Coontz.
Maybe I will go
and send out a recon team.
I got a better idea.
Why don’t we just
all have a seat
and relax?
It’ll all be over
in a few minutes.
You son of a bitch.
Hey, watch the language.
There’s children present,
remember?
Drop it, Coontz.
I’m not gonna ask twice.
What did you mean
about it all being over
in a few minutes?
Get the kids out of here!
Now!
Where do we go?
Just follow me.
(GUNS FIRING)
Bertha!
Oh, no.
Go.
Got to get her.
Go.
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!
MORENO:
Now!
(CHILDREN SCREAMING)
Okay, come on.
Come on! Get in!
Come on!
Come on.
POLICEMAN:
Keep going.
Okay. Now go!
Go on!
No! It’s happening again.
Don’t let them
take you away.
I said go!
Get out of here!
Where is he?
Go to hell.
Take her to headquarters.
I promise my men
won’t leave a mark on you.
POLICEMAN:
Let’s go.
We got them all.
Sir, what about
our friend Coontz?
Well, if we’d let him live,
we’d have to have paid him.
(POLICEMAN OVER MEGAPHONE)
This building is now
under OCP jurisdiction.

(GRUNTING)
We’re talking about
$100,000s in damage.
So Murphy can be
rough on properties.
Yes, well,
every cent of it
will be coming out
of your salaries.
Hey, you built him.
Sergeant,
we’re taking Cadillac Heights.
I’ll need 50 of your men
armed and in full-body armor
in one hour.
Mr. Johnson,
you can tell the CEO
the demolition crews
will have total access
at 0600 hours
tomorrow morning.
Hey, we don’t do
that kind of work.
That was a direct order,
Sergeant.
Driving people
out of their homes
is no work for a cop!
Now, Sergeant,
15 years on the force
is quite an investment.
Your job, your pension.
Maybe instead of worrying
about these squatter people,
you might think
about your own family.
I am.
(BADGE CLINKING)
I’m thinking
I have to go home
and face them.
You can’t do this!
You are
employees of OCP,
now remember that!
You’re jeopardizing
your retirement benefits.
(PHONE RINGING)
Stop that man.
How would you and your friends
like to make some money, chum?
Oh!
(HEAVY FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)
It’s…
Johnny…
Rehab!
Hooray.
(CHEERING)
MALE ANNOUNCER:
Johnny Rehab.
Action figures, parts,
and accessories
all sold separately.

Three nuns and five clergy
are dead today
in what’s believed to be
the latest atrocity by
the killer cyborg, Robocop.
OCP officials claim
the former police unit
is responsible
for a spree of terrorism
in the Cadillac Heights
section of old Detroit.
I’m sorry.
I can’t even read this.
Come on, this is bullshit.
Are you buying this?
I mean,
are you kidding me?
Robocop…
(BEEPING)
Marie.
You lousy sons of bitches!
OCP bastards!
Nobody is listening to you,
sweetheart.
This is Big Stick
to all teams.
You have a green.
Arm up and proceed
to strike zone.
(MAN ON P.A. SYSTEM)
All teams, we have a green.
All teams, we have a green.
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
POLICEMAN:
Hey, take it easy.
(CHILDREN YELLING)
So, what now?
What now?
Game’s over, Moreno.
Just shut up.
What about Bertha’s plan?
Dammit, Bertha’s dead!
I’m sorry.
I’m…
(SIRENS WAILING)
(TIRES SCREECHING)
Folks, in about 45 minutes,
the Rehabs are coming
to blow you out
of your neighborhood.
I want you
to take your kids
and anybody who shouldn’t
be fighting to the basement.
The rest of you
are hereby deputized
by the Detroit
Police Department.
It’s time to show
how real cops kick ass.
Detroit Police.
Identify yourself.
You are under arrest
for assaulting an officer.
And destruction
of police property.
(MEN GRUNTING)
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
Quiet! Quiet!
(SPLATTERPUNKS YELLING)
Hold your fire
until absolutely
necessary!
(GUNS FIRING)
Commander,
Detroit Police
are out there, sir.
They’re fighting against us.
So?
We have a schedule to keep.
We don’t fire
on police officers!
You’re out of line,
McDaggett.
I’m still in charge here.
I’m pulling the plug!
Sit down.
What, you’ve gone war wacky?
I said, sit down.
Good idea.
NIKKO:
Psst!
How are we getting
out of here anyway?
Nikko!
How did you get…
No, never mind. Did you see
a transmission dish outside?
Yeah, and I was just
watching the Media Break guy
pick his nose.
Okay, do you have your
computer with you?
People of Detroit,
this is an illegal broadcast.
It may be cut off
at any time,
so listen to me.

OCP is lying to you.
They’re destroying
people’s lives
for big business.

Those Rehabs
you see on TV,
they’re mercenaries
hired by OCP
to throw people
out of their homes
and into the streets!

DR. LAZARUS:
You’ve got to believe me.
I’m speaking
for all the homeless
and jobless citizens
of this city
and every city like it
run by heartless,
capitalist scumbags

who want you to think
their way and do whatever
will make them more money.

See those commercials for
Delta City where the future
has a silver lining?
The only silver
is lining their pockets.

OCP doesn’t care
about the people.
OCP cares about
rich people.
Your neighborhood’s next
unless you fight back now!
Time is running out.
OCP is the enemy…
I repeat,
time is running out.
OCP is the enemy.
Help us.
Innocent people are dying.
(PEOPLE SCREAMING)
MORENO:
Zack’s hit!
(GUNS FIRING)
They’re winning,
aren’t they, Sergeant?
(WHOOSHING APPROACHING)
What in the name of…
(BEEPING)
(SCREAMING)
Yes!
Sir?
Splatter that,
you sons of bitches.
(PEOPLE CHEERING)
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
All right, Mr. Robocop,
come and get me.
Get away
from the door!
(GRUNTS)
Think it over!
Oh, my God, Johnson.
Our stock has dropped
to nothing.
We’re ruined.
(BEEPING)
How may I help you,
Officer?
By resisting arrest.
Don’t count on it, chum.
Anyway,
what’s the charge?
The murder of Anne Lewis.
Dead or alive,
you’re coming with me.
McDaggett,
you can have OCP.
It’s all yours.
Sayonara.
Where are you going?
You’re gonna miss all the fun!
(BEEPING)
No flashy bravery,
tin man,
or the two cuties
say “Bye-bye.”
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
Stop them! Stop them!
MCDAGGETT:
Stupid fools!
Don’t you know
what you’ve done to us?
Those androids
are programmed with
a thermal fail-safe device.
They’re made
to self-destruct.
In 15 seconds,
everything within 20 yards
of where we’re standing
will be atomized.
We’re dead,
you stupid slag!
Don’t count on it, chum.
(SCREAMING)
(BEEPING)
(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
Kanemitsu-san,
I… I realize
that it looks bad,
but maybe our plans
were over ambitious.
Let’s start
a sukoshi bit smaller.
Let’s gentrify
this neighborhood,
build strip malls,
fast food chains,
lots of popular entertainment.
What do you think?
(SPEAKING JAPANESE)
What did he say?
He said
you’re fired.
Well, I got to
hand it to you.
What do they call you?
Murphy, is it?
My friends
call me Murphy.
You call me
Robocop.