I had a free ticket for Robocop for buying the original Robocop Blu-ray and was pleasantly surprised by it. It's a good movie with a few silly decisions (such as the visor comment "totally stoned"). Would you like to elaborate on some specific things you didn't like about it other than "it's not as over-the-top violent like the original"?
*light spoilers follow*
I quite liked how they changed Murphy's progression. In the original he began as a cold machine and slowly gained back his humanity over the course of the film. In the remake the corporation attempted to make Murphy as human as possible, but when that became inconvenient and was deemed "inefficient," they slowly and purposefully eroded his humanity until the point where Murphy was "human" in name only and completely unrecognizable by his loved ones. It is also interesting that the movie has no true, big-bad villain, just various people doing not so great things to protect their own interests.
With Almost Human it also didn't help matters that they aired the season completely out of order (yes Fox is still doing that) so the central relationship between the two partners appeared slightly bi-polar and any of the slightest bits of serialized touches would be nonsensical due to improper order.
Bad opinions solidify quickly, they didn't have months to come up with a plan to change the Xbox Ones DRM, they needed to stop bleeding immediately while more casual gamers were still paying attention.
What's really weird about Mario Kart 8 is the Wii U is in trouble and more than ever the game really needs to succeed to sell consoles so why would they go out of their way to annoy a subset of those who play the game by gimping battle mode? The new kart game doesn't have any of the traditional arenas, the only maps you can play on are the normal race tracks with teams driving in opposite directions.