Starship Troopers (Verhoven, 1997)

This is Paul Verhoven at his most nasty and subversive. Starship Troopers gives you something new with each screening, and I still can’t believe it was made in the first place. Verhoven crafts a startlingly funny and scary vision of mass slaughter, terrorism, and youth, all framed by some truly amazing special effects, and this type of combination might not be seen again from Hollywood.

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