Imagen Televisión will broadcast a futuristic film that everyone made fun of, but which foreshadowed the police officers of the future

Imagen Televisión will broadcast a futuristic film that everyone made fun of, but which foreshadowed the police officers of the future
Imagen Televisión will broadcast a futuristic film that everyone made fun of, but which foreshadowed the police officers of the future

Well they say that, sometimes, reality surpasses all fiction, that is why we should not judge the stories that we see on the big screen from the comfort of our home to be truly exaggerated, since, sooner or later, we may be surrounded by all those that we call a mere fantasy. This is how Imagen Televisión closes this Saturday night: with a futuristic film where androids are at the service of society and take the place of the new police officers on the streets.

‘Android Cop’ (‘Android Cop’) is a film that shows us the story of a Los Angeles police detective and his new android partner, who enter the “Zone”, a dangerous section of the city plagued by an unknown disease and from which they have to escape alive in order to save the entire city.

As they investigate and delve deeper into their dangerous mission, they discover a conspiracy that threatens the entire community, one that involves the political powers and the police themselves.

Now, although the plot sounds extremely cool, we cannot ignore the fact that this movie, a 2014 DVD release by Asylumis truly one of its many muckbusters who took advantage of the rise of films with much higher budgets and promotional weight to hang on to their fame, just as it was at the time, a Sherlock Holmes fighting dinosaurs.

Although the film is (justifiably) compared to a Robocop with three zeros less money on your billit should be noted that the performances are not that bad at all: the friend chemistry between Hammond (Michael Jai White) and the android policeman is developed well and we are perfectly imbued with how life becomes more complicated in the future.

The film abounds with interesting ideas as part of its development, although some are more original than others, but at least the viewer has a lot to think about howAt least now, the use of robots as a security method is not so crazy after all (and as an example, we have Dubai), which is striking and stimulating.

Among the highlights of the film are the action sequences that, although simple and without much camera movement, manage to to offer us great stunts and not falter in terms of rhythmwhich also maintains quite ingenious dialogues in the script, making a film that “had some decent ideas that, if there had been a bigger budget, would have been a total success”, as commented in a review on Rotten Tomatoes.

‘Policia Androide’ will be broadcast today on Imagen Televisión at 8:20 p.m.

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