Crude. Disjointed. Nonsensical. Offensive. Plotless. Loved every minute of it!!
The sequel to a *Paul Verhoeven* Hollywood film has BIG robo-shoes to fill, and it never comes near the mark of the original's biting take-off on police militarization and Reagan-era corporate power. I enjoyed it more than I was expecting going in, less so from Irvin Kirshner's stale direction but more from screenwriter Frank Miller's vision of cyberpunk dystopia and American decline (shades of his Gotham City from "The Dark Knight Rises" on the streets of R2's 80s Detroit). With…