Malayalam Movie Download Starship Troopers
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original title: Starship Troopers
duration: 2h 9min
tags: Forget the insecticide, bring on the nukes!
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The time is the future. Johnny Rico joins the military after graduation to become a citizen and for the love of his high school sweetheart. In the war against the bug aliens of Klendathu, the military is a very dangerous place to be. Johnny works his way through
several battles and with the help of his friends and comrades, helps turn the tide of the war, and save the human race. Humans in a fascist, militaristic future wage war with giant alien bugs in a satire of modern world politics. Starship Troopers is a very
underestimate cult film that shows our present world in the future. Like the US in Iraq the army in this movie against the bugs is a simular story. It is A sciencefiction world but not as far as you think. See and believe these wargames. Especially the TV
broadcasts between the fights are simular in CNN, ABC. Very sad but funny that it is so recognizable. Think... See... Hear... Believe... Entertaining and deep at the same time: Just like the main characters look "hollow" by the first glimpse, that's only the
surface. Under the surface they are just normal human beings.
Verhoeven is a genius. From "Turkish Delight" to this, all of his films (that I've seen) have been good and interesting, and on top of that every one of them is different from each other. I don't particularly like neither science fiction or war movies: This is both, but I like it. That tells something of Verhoeven's talent.
The whole package is perfect (serves the purpose): The music, visuals, editing... I have to mention the casting separately: It's brilliant.
I remember seeing this as a teenager, right when it came out in -97. Then it felt more twisted and "sick" (in a good way) than now. Now it's just, well... Reality. Faithfully represents Heinlein's militarism, his Big Brother state, and a value system in which the highest good is to kill a friend before the Bugs can eat him. The underlying ideas are the most interesting aspect of the film. There are two songs, both performed by Zoe Poledouris (daughter of the film score's composer, Basil Poledouris). First, "Into It" was composed by Poledouris herself, and is available on the Starship Troopers soundtrack CD. The second song is a cover version of David Bowie's "I have not been to Oxford Town", with the word "paradise" instead of "Oxford Town". Zoe's version is unavailable; Bowie's original version is on his album "Outside". The Workprint is a pretty final cut of the movie. Some scenes, which focus on Carmen's love life have been removed for the Theatrical Release. In the Workprint it is clear that she sleeps with Rico, but after his supposed death shares some intimate time with Zander and finally gets back to Rico at the end. These scenes were removed because they caused a lot of animosity towards Carmen during test screenings(according to Paul Verhoeven, some viewers even asked him to "kill the slut"). Otherwise there are minor extensions/alternate scenes. Yes, Rasczak's provocative dialogue about Hiroshima has been cut out. Yes, and Paul Verhoeven proudly confirms this fact on the commentary track of the dvd, saying that "everything you've heard about this scene is true".
Verhoeven wanted to show that equality between men and woman in the military had come to the point where they even shower together. For realism, he therefore demanded that the actors leave their modesty behind, and do the scene together and completely naked. However, the actors kept stalling and when Verhoeven kept insisting, they dared him to do the same. Without hesitation, Verhoeven and director of photography Jost Vacano undressed and the scene was filmed. Yes and no. It is true that Paul Verhoeven was interested in doing a sequel, so leaving the movie open-ended was partially intentional. However, Verhoeven intended the sequel to be a big-budget movie comparable to the original. Due to the somewhat disappointing box office result of Starship Troopers (1997), this idea was scrapped; the two sequels that have since been released were produced for the direct-to-dvd market on a significantly lower budget.
But more importantly, on the dvd commentary, Verhoeven explains that the final scene was primarily intended as a very cynical coda: it shows that Johnny Rico has become a full-blown mindless war machine just like Lt. Rasczak (he has even copied his war cry "Come on, you apes, you wanna live forever?") and that mankind still thinks they can win this war through superior firepower. In this context, the final tag line 'They'll keep on fighting' can be read as 'They still haven't learned anything'. Verhoeven admits that many viewers and critics entirely missed this subtext of the movie, and misinterpreted the final scene as a statement of militarism, or a simple allusion to a sequel.
- The novel features an all-male Mobile Infantry and very little actual combat is described, while the film focuses on heavy action scenes and the love triangle between Johnny, Dizzy and Carmen. The romantic subplot does not appear in the novel; The Mobile Infantry is an all-male unit and the character of Dizzy Flores is a male trooper who dies in the first chapter.
- The novel is told exclusively from Johnny's point of view, describing his hero's journey from indifferent high school student (Appreciation of Television is listed on his transcript) to elite cap trooper, and details the maturation process that entails. The film changes point-of-view focus between Johnny and Carmen (who in the novel never had any relationship beyond friendship).
- The absence in the film of the power armor that was a central plot device in the novel, and had an entire chapter devoted to its description and use (the power armor was eventually used in Starship Troopers 3: Marauder (2008)).
- While the original novel has been accused of promoting militarism, fascism and military rule, the film satirizes these concepts by featuring news reports that are intensely fascist, xenophobic and propagandistic. Verhoeven stated in 1997 that the first scene of the film (a conscription advert for the mobile infantry) was adapted shot-for-shot from a scene from Leni Riefenstahl's "Triumph of the Will" (an outdoor rally for the Reichsarbeitsdienst). Other references to Nazism in the movie include the Gestapo-like uniforms of commanding officers, Albert Speer-style architecture and the propagandistic dialogue. (Violence is the supreme authority!)
- The Bugs in the film are portrayed as generally mindless insectoid beings, ruled and organized by an extremely intelligent overmind. However, at the beginning of the film, when Rico and Carmen dissect Arkellian sand beetles, the biology teacher states that the Bugs have millions of years of evolution behind them and are, in the case of survival capability, the perfect species. They have the ability to colonize planets "by hurling their spore into space" and possess a social structure which fits their mental capabilities. In the novel, it is established that the Bugs have spacecraft, beam weapons and other advanced technology, far from the mindless insects of the movie. The book also describes them as looking like "a madman's conception of a giant, intelligent spider." Interestingly, the book also reveals that the Bugs "see by infrared:" though pitch dark to human eyes, the underground corridors of a Bug colony are well lit when viewed by the infrared "snoopers" used by the Mobile Infantry. Bug society is based on a caste system in both the films and the book. In the book, the "Worker Caste" and the "Warrior Caste" are both mentally controlled by the "Brain Caste", which works on behalf of the "Queen" of each Bug colony.
- Johnny Rico (Juan) is Filipino in the book, although this isn't clarified until the final chapter. He specifies his native language is Tagalog and he suggests that there should be a starship named after Raymond Magsaysay (former President of the Philippines) due to his actions clearing Japanese soldiers from the Philippines in WWII.
- The characters of Mr. Dubois (one of his high school teachers) and Lieutenant Rasczak are separate individuals in the book (Mr. Dubois was a former MI Colonel before becoming a schoolteacher and at some point lost one of his arms; Lt. Rasczak is an able-bodied commander that leads Rasczak's Roughnecks before being killed in action).
- Many elements from the book were used in the film, sometimes in a different context or way. These include: the book also opens in the middle of the story, and then makes a flashback to the beginning; Johnny's father disowns him after Johnny enlists in the army; school teachers trying to discourage students from enlisting in the army (a tactic to scare off applicants without sufficient conviction; Johnny Rico getting flogged as punishment for making a tactical mistake; Buenos Aires getting destroyed in a bug attack (which is a culmination of a string of earlier incidents with the bugs); Johnny's mother dying in the attack (but not his father, as is implied in the movie - in the book it turns out later his father also joined the MI following the destruction of Buenos Aires); the defeat at the battle of Klendathu.
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