View Full Version : The Terminator Vs. Robocop
12-31-2006, 01:26 PM
This is cool. Someone who created his own fanfilm site called AMDS Films took the three Terminator films and the three Robocop films to create two (soon three) episodes of Terminatior fighting Robocop in a movie-style look.
EPISODE 3 TEASER TRAILER:
Episode 3 is being worked on right now. Trust me, these are worth watching.
12-31-2006, 01:58 PM
Yeah, this is fantastic fan-made stuff! Great editing and the music is awesome of course. Im looking forward to episode 3 :)
They should do a Robocop vs. Terminator Live-Action movie! I think this crossover would be pretty much the best thing to do for both franchises in terms of movies. The Terminator story was pretty much told after T1 and 2, another movie with time travel to kill John Connor makes no sense, but its the time travel that made the Terminator original. I think that a future war film wouldn't be very interesting. Another Robocop sequel with Weller is unlikely, a remake isn't needed, so probably a restart with new characters...
But who would be an exciting enemy for Robocop? I think the Terminator would! Try to find a good balance to bring the best of both worlds together. Robocop could protect the target for the Terminator, who travels back in time. So this time, Robocop is the protector and the Terminator has a new enemy ;)
12-31-2006, 02:43 PM
This was an idea I had from a previous thread http://www.superherohype.com/forums/showthread.php?t=201070&highlight=Robocop+Terminator
I have the Robocop vs. Terminator comic; I didn't think it was too bad, but they would definitely have to come up with something different if they ever did made a movie, simply due to the approach taken for Skynet gaining sentience in the last Terminator film as opposed to in the comic.
My take on this would be to use the first half-hour or so of the picture to flash back to prior to T3 and show Sarah Connor being transferred to another asylum in Detroit, one so bad they need ED-209s to guard its outer gates. Robocop is there investigating allegations that the assigned security personnel - still morally-corruptible as ever - is abusing the prisoners, and when they start beating the sh** out of Sarah he promptly arrives to break some limbs and actually kills one of the schmucks. It becomes such a PR disaster that it finally gives OCP the perfect excuse to have him shut down and disassembled at last. Along the way, one of OCP's defense specialists has gotten a hold of Sarah Connor's profile, figured out the connection to Cyberdyne, and realized there's a gold mine to be had here, so they pick up the ball and help develop Skynet as well as the pre-HKs seen in T3.
The second hour flashes forward to the future. The nukes have come and gone, the Terminators all over the place now, and John Connor and Kate Brewster have been fighting the good fight long enough to know something's up when a detachment of T-101s is patrolling an excavation site in what used to be Delta City. It turns out what the T-101s are after is Murphy's head, in cryogenic stasis but still in perfect working order; Skynet has figured out that as long as its forces lack the traits of resourcefulness, resilience and ingenuity that humans possess, the danger posed by the human resistance is too great to simply attempt to erase via time-travel. Murphy is the key. Our heroes attempt to get to him first, but there's bloodshed and all-around death and carnage while Skynet, knowing Murphy's one remaining weakness, crafts a new TX body in order to impersonate Murphy's dead wife and attempt to seduce him into becoming one with Skynet.
But of course, the picture climaxes with Murphy turning the tables on Skynet, hacking into a factory network long enough to build a new sleeker, faster body with lighter armor - so as to better convince Peter Weller to return to the role - with which he begins to dismantle Terminators by the droves left and right. The final duel involves Skynet having taken direct control of a flesh-covered T-101 - the Governator once more playing the only movie role he's ever been consistently good at - as the factory blows up all around them and Terminators start dropping like flies, culminating in the first major victory for the human resistance. But Murphy's fate remains a mystery...:D
And those fanmade trailers are friggin' insane. :wow: :woot:
12-31-2006, 03:25 PM
Well not trailers. Their episodes.
12-31-2006, 05:23 PM
Well not trailers. Their episodes.
Or webisodes, I guess is the word, isn't it?
12-31-2006, 06:46 PM
I guess you're right. But I can agree, I can't wait for episode 3. Good find, ain't it?
01-05-2007, 06:46 PM
These are AWESOME. I love RoboCop. :D :up: Kudos to the max to the maker of these films!
Love the "Kick your @ss mode" part. :D
01-05-2007, 06:59 PM
the editing is amazing, but everybody would know that Robocop takes the cake in this fight...
01-05-2007, 07:32 PM
Well, of course. RoboCop's the MAN.
Well, the half-man.
:) Warm fuzzies...
01-06-2007, 07:18 PM
Could someone rip these?
01-07-2007, 08:19 PM
this is so well done it's bordering on brilliant
01-07-2007, 11:04 PM
I know. But could someone rip it?
01-21-2007, 04:19 PM
RoboCop demands the third installment.
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