Something of an old-fashioned allegorical sci-fi drama, ROBOCOP 2 appears to be aimed at those moviegoers who stayed away from the original ROBOCOP because they were turned off by its futuristic nihilism. But that doesn't mean Robocop has gone completely soft in the sequel, which not only offers a plot that is all but a clone of its predecessor, but also features most of the original cast. However, it is the style and tone imposed on the film by director Irvin Kershner that most distinguish the sequel from the Paul Verhoeven-directed original. The shift in tone also has much to do with the Frank Miller-Walon Green script. Comic-book writer Miller's "Batman: The Dark ...