The 1987 film "RoboCop" isn't just a slick action thriller with a dollop of humanity. It's a cynical look at what happens when corporations invade on the "public good."

That’s enough reason for Andrew Heaton and his merry “EconPop” warriors to deconstruct the film’s political messages.

“The Economics of RoboCop” ignores the mediocre 2015 remake, focusing on Peter Weller’s transformation from cop to robotic crime fighter. Along the way, the film shows what would happen if a dastardly corporate executive tried to fight crime with his own robot army.

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We all know what happened next, but Heaton explores the intricacies surrounding the public good, the current sorry state of Detroit and how corporations can be held accountable for their actions.

Please to enjoy another smart, hilarious eco-lesson from Heaton.