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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 205075046
UPC: 043396160989
UPC 14: 00043396160989
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"Entertaining, engaging, exciting...  Christine James, Box Office Magazine
"...powerful entertainment that appeals to our most basic instincts.  George Powell, San Francisco Examiner
"Terrific entertainment.  Joe Baltake, Sacramento Bee
"The film's special effects are astonishing, but the most notable and unexpected thing is its tone.  Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
"This twisted space opera serves up carcasses in six-digit figures but is foremost a sendup for the ages.  Mike Clark, USA Today
"Wall to wall blood 'n' guts laced with surprisingly keen social satire, much of it targeting the fatuousness of media culture.  Russell Smith, Austin Chronicle
"A spectacularly gung-ho sci-fi epic that delivers two hours of good, nasty fun.  Todd McCarthy, Variety

Editor's Note
Dutch director Paul Verhoeven (TOTAL RECALL, ROBOCOP) mixes big budget bug bashing with twisted satire of old Hollywood movies in this adaptation of Robert Heinlein's classic sci-fi novel. It's the future, Earth is at war, and the kids are all going off to fight giant killer bugs on the remote planet of Klendathu. Casper Van Diem, Denise Richards, Dina Meyer, and Patrick Muldoon play some of the blandly attractive young recruits who engage in soap-opera style love triangles as they toughen up and learn to fight (and die) like soldiers. Michael Ironside is their gung-ho, one-armed leader. The real stars though, are the superbly animated bugs. Packed to the rafters with jaw-dropping special effects and insane violence, the film managed to be a box office hit though it undoubtedly left some audiences confused at Verhoeven's slyly deadpan humor. By the time Neil Patrick Harris (TV's Doogie Howser) starts marching around in a Gestapo-style uniform, for example, it will be apparent this isn't STAR WARS. What it is however, is a rousing experience for mature viewers in the properly ironic frame of mind.
Features
Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), English, Spanish, Subtitled, French, Dubbed & Subtitled
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/21/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 129 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 16098
Video UPC UPC: 00043396160989
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Denise Richards
Video Cast Info Blake Lindsley
Video Cast Info Bruce Gray
Video Cast Info Travis Lowen
Video Cast Info Matt Levin
Video Cast Info John Cunningham
Video Cast Info Matt Entriken
Video Cast Info Jake Busey
Video Cast Info Tami-Adrian George
Video Cast Info Robert David Hall
Video Cast Info Nathaniel Marshall
Video Cast Info Anthony Michael Ruivivar
Video Cast Info Tyrone Tann
Video Cast Info Armand Darrius
Video Cast Info Clancy Brown
Video Cast Info Brenda Strong
Video Cast Info Julianna McCarthy
Video Cast Info Patrick Wolff
Video Cast Info Dean Norris
Video Cast Info Brad Kane
Video Cast Info Ronald L. Botchan
Video Cast Info Neil Patrick Harris
Video Cast Info Curnal Achilles Aulisio
Video Cast Info Mara Duronslet
Video Cast Info Austin Sanderford
Video Cast Info Casper Van Dien
Video Cast Info Christopher Curry
Video Cast Info Eric DaRe
Video Cast Info Dina Meyer
Video Cast Info Teo
Video Cast Info Dale Dye
Video Cast Info Kai Lennox
Video Cast Info Eric Bruskotter
Video Cast Info Denise Y. Dowse
Video Cast Info Alexi Lakatos
Video Cast Info Michael Ironside
Video Cast Info Patrick Bishop
Video Cast Info Rhiannon Vigil
Video Cast Info Marshall Bell
Video Cast Info Ungela Brockman
Video Cast Info Hunter Bodine
Video Cast Info Seth Gilliam
Video Cast Info Steven Ford
Video Cast Info Timothy McNeil
Video Cast Info Michael Stockey
Video Cast Info Lenore Kasdorf
Video Cast Info Timothy Omundson
Video Cast Info Mylin Brooks
Video Cast Info Rue McClanahan
Video Cast Info Greg Travis
Video Cast Info Stephanie Erb
Video Cast Info Patrick Muldoon
Video Cast Info Amy Smart
Video Cast Info Walter Adrian
Video Cast Info Jost Vacano - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Boss Film Studios - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Ed Neumeier - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Alan Marshall - Producer
Video Cast Info Robert A. Heinlein - Story
Video Cast Info Basil Poledouris - Composer
Video Cast Info Allan Cameron - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Banned From the Ranch Entertainment - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Ellen Mirojnick - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Industrial Light and Magic - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Caroline Ross - Editor
Video Cast Info Mark Goldblatt - Editor
Video Cast Info Sony Pictures Imageworks - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Amalgamated Dynamics - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Tippett Studio - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Jon Davison - Producer
Video Cast Info Visual Concept Entertainment - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Paul Verhoeven - Director

Awards


Oscar (1998)
   Video Award Name Phil Tippett, et. al., Nominee, Best Effects, Visual Effects

MTV Award (1998)
   Video Award Name Starship Troopers, Nominee, Best Action Sequence

Memorable Quotes

"Would you like to know more?"----a slogan that appears frequently in newreel clips

"Violence has resolved more conflicts than anything else. The contrary opinion that violence doesn't solve anything is mearly wishful thinking at its worst!"----Rasczak (Michael Ironside) to his students

"Everyone fights, no one quits. If you don't do your job, I'll shoot you myself."----Rasczak to his troops

"You see a bug hole, you nuke it!"----Rasczak to his troops

"M.I. does the dying. Fleet just does the flying."----Rico (Casper Van Dien) referring to the downside of being in the mobile infantry

Professional Reviews

Sight and Sound
"...Fascinating....Featuring astonishing effects and some of the most harrowing battle scenes in movie history..." 01/01/1998 p.53-4

USA Today
"...Director Paul Verhoeven is back in his subversively nimble ROBOCOP groove with the uproariously cheeky STARSHIP TROOPERS" -- 4 out of 4 stars 11/07/1997 p.2D

Entertainment Weekly
"...A letter grade would do a disservice to a movie that sees relentless entertainment and brilliant pop-culture fraud as two sides of the same media coin....The Most Ironic Hollywood Blockbuster Ever Made. See it for yourself and decide..." 05/15/1998 pp.104-5

New York Times
"...The film's main events are its wild bugfights, with hordes of extraordinarily dynamic special-effects creatures....These bizarre marauders are really something to see..." 11/07/1997 p.E14

Box Office
"...Entertaining, engaging, exciting....With game, energetic, winsome performances...and effects that live up to the hype..." 01/01/1998 p.47

ReelViews 8 of 10
Probably the best way to approach Starship Troopers is to divorce it from its intelligent and gripping pedigree. Many of the most intellectually stimulating aspects of the book have been stripped away, and those that remain are only shadows of their former selves. (It's still a lot smarter than Independence Day, however.) Viewers offended by the "watering down" of themes in this summer's superlative motion picture version of Contact will be horrified by what has happened here. Nevertheless, taken on its own terms, the movie entity Starship Troopers offers an enjoyable two hours. At its best, the film recaptures the kind of taut, visceral thrills offered by James Cameron's Aliens...Starship Troopers represents director Paul Verhoeven's comeback attempt after the disastrously-received NC-17 cult favorite, Showgirls. This time around, Verhoeven returns to the genre that has been most kind to him. Starship Troopers is his third science fiction endeavor, following in the footsteps of Robocop and Total Recall. And, as was true for both of those films, Verhoeven applies his own unique style to the material. Much of Starship Troopers is presented tongue-in-cheek, and the level of violence and gore (bodies being ripped limb-from-limb and so forth) is so extreme that viewers will quickly become desensitized to it. - James Berardinelli

Reel.com 10 of 10
Starship Troopers might be one of the most brilliant science fiction movies ever made -- and it's definitely one of the most misunderstood. On the surface, it's a crowd-pleasing tale of a group of clean-scrubbed youths who join tomorrow's space-faring armed forces to fight a race of giant arachnids. But when the special-effects-packed epic was released in 1997, it was pilloried by most critics. Many pooh-poohed director Paul Verhoeven for laying on the gore with a trowel. Others scoffed at the Beverly Hills, 90210-worthy romance between cheesecake pin-up Denise Richards and Teen Beat cover-boy Casper Van Dien. But most reviewers were horrified at Verhoeven's brazen use of fascist imagery, dressing up his fresh-faced stars in Nazi-inspired uniforms and spurring them into battle with propaganda clips straight out of Triumph of the Will...What those critics -- and the public -- didn't understand, was that that was the whole point. When Robert Heinlein wrote the novel Starship Troopers in 1959, he intended it as a sincere argument that democracy was doomed, and that some sort of enlightened authoritarianism was humanity's only hope. Although a fan of the book, screenwriter Ed Neumeier thought Heinlein's vision was ridiculous. But rather than condemn it outright, he decided to satirize it from within. - Tor Thorsen

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