RoboCop quotes

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About RoboCop

[Clarrence enters Bob Morton's house, draws a gun on him and brings him into his living room, where he notices two women are sitting down.]
Clarence Boddiker: Bitches, leave!

[Boddicker meets with Sal in the latter's drug factory.]
Clarence Boddicker: I dunno, I dunno, maybe I'm just not making myself clear. I don't want to **** with you Sal, but I've got the connections, I've got the sales organization, I got the muscle to shove enough of this factory so far up your stupid wop ass, that you'll shit snow for a year!
Sal: Frankie, blow this **** sucker's head off.
[Sal's men pull weapons on Boddicker and his crew, who draw their own weapons.]
Clarence Boddicker: Ooh, guns, guns, guns! Come on, Sal! The Tigers are playing...tonight! I never miss a game.
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[RoboCop bashes his way into the factory.]
RoboCop: Come quietly or there will be trouble.
Steve Minh: Aww, **** you!

RoboCop: You're in big trouble!

[Dick Jones gloats over RoboCop's inability to arrest him because of "Directive 4".]
Dick Jones: Any attempt to arrest a senior officer of OCP results in shutdown. What did you think... that you were an ordinary police officer? You're our product. And we can't very well have our products turning against us, can we?

[Jones tosses Boddicker RoboCop's tracker.]
Dick Jones: Destroy it.
Clarence Boddicker: Gonna need some major firepower. You got access to military weaponry?
Dick Jones: We practically are the military.

[Boddicker spears RoboCop/Murphy with a sharp metal pole.]
Clarence Boddicker: Sayonara, RoboCop!

[Seriously wounded Lewis and RoboCop/Murphy look at each other across a muddy pit.]
Lewis: Murphy! I'm a mess!
RoboCop/Murphy: They'll fix you. They fix everything.

[Robocop forces the doors open on a high level conference meeting of OCP senior personel.]
Old Man: How may we help you, officer?
Robocop: Dick Jones is wanted for murder.
Dick Jones: This is absurd! a violent, mechanical psychopath!
Old Man: These are some serious charges. What is your evidence?
[Robocop moves toward the TV monitors, and plays back Dick Jones confessing "I had to kill Bob Morton because he made a mistake; now it's time to erase that mistake."]
[Jones pulls a gun on the Old Man in a board meeting.]
Dick Jones: I want a chopper! Now! We will walk to the roof, very calmly! I will board the chopper with my hostage. Anybody tries to stop me, the old geezer gets it!
[Robocop aims his firearm in the general direction of Dick Jones, but makes no intention to shoot him.]
Robocop: My program will not allow me to act against an officer of this company.
The Old Man: Dick, you're fired!
[Directive 4 disappears from RoboCop's vision.]
RoboCop/Murphy: Thank you.
[Robocop shoots Jones out of the window]

The Old Man: Nice shooting, son. What's your name?
RoboCop/Murphy: Murphy.

RoboCop, a futuristic story about a policeman shot to death and then revived after all parts of his body have been replaced by artificial substitutes, introduces a more tragic note: the hero who finds himself literally "between two deaths"—clinically dead and at the same time provided with a new, mechanical body—starts to remember fragments of his previous, "human" life and thus undergoes a process of resubjectivication, changing gradually back from pure incarnated drive to a being of desire. (...) [I]f there is a phenomenon that fully deserves to be called the "fundamental fantasy of contemporary mass culture," it is this fantasy of the return of the living dead: the fantasy of a person who does not want to stay dead but returns again and again to pose a threat to the living. Slavoj Žižek, Looking Awry: An Introduction to Jacques Lacan through Popular Culture, p. 22. ISBN 026274015X

[Antonowsky reaches for a shotgun.]
Murphy: Go ahead and do it. Dead or alive, you're coming with me.

RoboCop: Excuse me, I have to go. Somewhere, there is a crime happening.