A Team Firing: Despite the amount of bullets exchanged in the climax, only a few people are shown to get shot. Absurdly Sharp Blade: Otomo’s katana cuts through pretty much anything. Action Insurance Gag: The protagonist says something to this effect when shooting at a hotel McDagget and the Rehabs are staying in. Arm Cannon: RoboCop can now detach one of his forearms and attach a combination machine gun, flamethrower, and rocket launcher when he knows he’s facing a serious firefight. Or when he’s just plain pissed off. Army of Thieves and Whores: After the police force calls it quits, McDaggett hires the Splatterpunks to aid the Rehab forces. Asshole Victim: The driver of the sports car at the beginning. Ate His Gun: Flex tells Johnson that suicide by jumping off a building is too showy, saying that he’d eat a bullet instead. He lives up to that promise. Attack Its Weak Point: The Splatterpunks get the idea to shoot RoboCop in the mouth, reasoning he’s weak there. One protests (“cyborg eat bullets”) but the other adds that they’ll set him on fire, too. Subverted in that Robocop’s face is only a superficial layer of skin as it’s all metal beneath. Bestiality Is Depraved:Lawyer: This is entrapment! My client was visiting close personal friends in that motel.
Metafictional Title: The title is based on the book that Dr. Nix wrote with Dr. Waldheim. Multi Gendered Split Personalities: Carter has several split personalities http://courtneylansdowne.com/hardik-patel-has-reportedly-asked-the-congress-leadership-to/, who are leftovers from the research he went through as a child. One of them is a quiet, intimidating woman named Margo, who takes over to make him escape the police, and go after the real villain of the story. Name of Cain: Cain, who is the most amoral of Carter’s personalities. Never Found the Body: Dr. Nix’s body was never found after his apparent suicide. Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: While taking his last breath, Dr. Nix accidentally shoots the spike that was in danger of impaling Jack as he tries to catch falling Amy. Not Quite Dead: After being suffocated with a pillow by Cain, Jenny wakes up in the trunk of her car just when it’s going underwater. The Oner: The four minute shot of Sgt. Cally and Lt. Terri escorting Dr. Waldheim to the morgue in the police station. The Quiet One: Margo is the only split personality of Carter who doesn’t say anything onscreen. Can be averted however, when Carter/Cain imagines one of his split personalities Josh to speak to him in a woman’s voice, it can be likely Margo was speaking through Josh or Margo and Josh combined in Carter’s psyche based on what he’s thinking. The Reveal: Carter’s father Dr. Nix isn’t another split personality of him, he has been Faking the Dead and is pulling the strings. Jenny is still not dead, even after we saw her go down with the car! Sinister Shades: Cain sports these whenever he talks to Carter. Split Personality Takeover: Margo takes over Carter, and if the ending is to be believed, stays in control. Use Your Head: When Dr. Waldheim tries to talk to Carter’s split personality Margo, she headbutts her as part of his/her escape. Verbing Nouny Villain Protagonist: Carter/Cain would qualify. Your Cheating Heart: Jenny with Jack.
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