Starship Troopers 3: Marauder

Starship Troopers 3: Marauder

The war against the Bugs continues! A Federation Starship crash-lands on the distant Alien planet OM-1, stranding beloved leader Sky Marshal Anoke and several others, including comely but tough pilot Lola Beck. It's up to Colonel/General Johnny Rico, reluctant hero of the original Bug Invasion on Planet P, to lead a team of Troopers on a daring rescue mission.

The war against the Bugs continues! A Federation Starship crash-lands on the distant Alien planet OM-1, stranding beloved leader Sky Marshal Anoke and several others, including comely but tough pilot Lola Beck. It's up to Colonel/General Johnny Rico, reluctant hero of the original Bug Invasion on Planet P, to lead a team of Troopers on a daring rescue mission. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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intuciic (de) wrote: quite unusual zombie movie

David D (fr) wrote: More a romantic amusement than a romantic comedy. A few parts are laugh out loud funny but much of this film will just make you smile. While there are a bunch of well written and very well enacted supporting roles, the film really revolves around and is carried by the two characters played by Vera Farmiga and Andy Garcia. And those two characters are superbly played. You wont laugh yourself silly watching this movie but, if you are at all like me, you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Nick P (de) wrote: What a blatant rip-off. We've SEEN this already, numerous times! The story is not only un-unique, but the script is atrocious, minus the decent dialogue in the opening 15 minutes. And then it just gets ridiculously sappy, as if its main goal was not to tell a story, but to make people depressed.

Zach D (de) wrote: Breaking out of the 90's grunge scene comes a group of sex-fueled "punks" who's love of music and genitalia come together to bring you Luster. The movie opens with a pile of naked flesh on a bed (which is on the DVD cover/poster), we meet the main protagonist Jackson, and his prominent, crazy blue hair. Slipping to the bathroom and out the door he goes to work, where we then meet the other main character, Sam, Jackson has been living with Sam for some time now, long time friends, Sam takes Jackson under his wing to keep him right. While skating about laying CD's out on the shelves (and yes, literally skating) Jackson bumps into this curious guy who evidently falls for him immediately, although, Jackson is more interested in the straight guy he met last night at the orgy to even notice him. Jackson leaves to goto a meeting, this is where we find out that he is an aspiring poet/song writer and he is meeting with this stereotypical Hollywood hotshot to show him his new work. Without spoiling too much the rest of the movie is basically Jackson chasing this boy he met the night before just to find out the deep secrets behind him. Quirky, funny, romantic and disturbing at times, this film is a must see for anyone who's interests would peak at the thought of a punky LGBT teen romance set in the underground scene of LA

Obisidiana B (it) wrote: funny! and so romantic, who knew reincarnation could be so grand?

Cesar A (kr) wrote: Very funny and action packed HK classic. Pretty much every scene change features a decent fight scene and this film is chock full of them. The parts where the film suffers are the romantic parts, especially Sammo who does not seem like to romantic lead type. The finale is especially great with bone crunching stunts and falls and a wincingly hard fight between Jackie and Benny Urquidez.

Harsh C (ca) wrote: Old and not much of a plot but had some interesting bits

Timothy D (nl) wrote: On est tout de mme un ton en dessous de "C'est Arriv prs de chez vous".Nanmoins ce film est plus que divertissant, contient quelques trs beaux plans, a un bon rythme mais reste pour moi un poil dcevant.

Rob S (us) wrote: This film introduced audiences to Robby the Robot, which had a spin- off career of its own from what I have heard. Sadly, this is the best aspect of Forbidden Planet. However, it is obviously a person in a suit rather than a believable robot since the robot doesn't walk rigidly, but rather as someone struggling with walking like they have a large weight as a burden.We know the man, Morbius, is hesitant to let others come to the planet, and this becomes evident when an invisible monster, outlined with animation by people firing their blasters at it lurks about the site of the visitors' spaceship and attacks the visitors.Later Commander Adam puts 2 and 2 together, and realizes that since Morbius was using a machine that taps into the subconscious that this monster was created by his id in an overly descriptive conversation about what the id does. If they could have played this a little more subtly instead of lecturing the audience of the power of the id, this concept would have been conveyed much better. It is a shame when writers/directors believe the audience to be stupid.Morbius' emotions which likely set this beast off on a rampage are his extreme protection of his daughter Eve, the sex symbol virgin at the heart of this film. Practically all of the crew hits on her, including Commander Adam (aha, Adam and Eve!) which makes for awkward sexual innuendos while they flirt with her or attempt to "show" her the arousal behind kissing. The film is quite sexist with the way it portrays Eve, prancing around in "little" clothing (dress codes were a lot stricter back in the day) while Commander Adam practically tells her it is her fault that men gaze at her for what she is wearing.This film strives for interesting ideas, and plays them off fairly well, but not as well as it could have.

Alejandro C (us) wrote: Horrorosa. No hace nada de gracia.

Sandra S (de) wrote: I like anything with Joaquin

Ashley K (ca) wrote: emotional movie had me drawn in. reminded me of thr notebook