I haven't seen this in years and was compelled to give it another view (totally forgetting that the reboot is on it's way to us). I was kind of surprise to find that Peter Weller is… well… he's not a great actor. He's fine when he's playing a robot, but that's largely because that's what his acting range in this film seems to fit (that said, he was great in his stint on Dexter, so hard to give him too much shit). I think this is a film that's so easy for people to slush off as a bizarre 80's flick, but it's so rife with social commentary and imagery that it makes it kind of amazing. It's an allegory wrapped around a b-movie. I don't think I've ever seen the follow-ups, and I'm not sure I'd be interested in it. The re-make trailer seems to miss the central point of the original which is, really about how you can't remove the soul from a living creature, no matter how much technology you throw at it. Morality survives. It's on netflix if you feel the need to revisit - I'm glad I did!