Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation

Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation

In the sequel to Paul Verhoeven's loved/reviled sci-fi film, a group of troopers taking refuge in an abandoned outpost after fighting alien bugs, failing to realize that more danger lays in wait.

In the sequel to Paul Verhoeven's loved/reviled sci-fi film, a group of troopers taking refuge in an abandoned outpost after fighting alien bugs, failing to realize that more danger lays in wait. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation torrent reviews

Joe M (mx) wrote: This was a great movie, with tender moments. If you have a heart and don't have a tough exterior, then you will enjoy this movie. Guess what folks--as much as you think that it's not cool to have feelings, it really is ok. There was no killing, swearing, sex, crass behavior--and that's a problem to the critics??? This was a wholesome, good movie.

Christine D (au) wrote: Slow in the beginning but then it came around. Good movie and kept me a bit jumpy or grossed out wondering what was going to happen next. It had a very disturbing storyline so if you are the emotional type it might not be a good idea to watch it.

Lloyd B (gb) wrote: mind-numbingly boring but was determined to finish it - took me four months.. interesting for the visuals of Tehran and Negar Shaghaghi only..

John B (ca) wrote: The du Pre sisters played by a couple of fine performers. I imagine that sisters will get the most out of the experience but it I certainly enjoyed it.

Paul P (kr) wrote: Alot of 'I Stand Alone' is spent hearing The Butcher's narration while his face is completely blank. He says alot of shocking, disturbing things. And at first it works. Its like a warped French version of Taxi Driver but Noe strips away any likability from The Butcher. But after a while you become a little numb to it. I admire Noe because he doesn't flinch. Your not supposed to relate, understand or like every character in the movies. The ending is one of the most twisted happy endings i've ever seen, eesh!

Adam D (au) wrote: It's actually much better than you might think it sounds

Audra M (br) wrote: Alan was so incredibly sexy in this strange, sad tale. Can you imagine his hands on your temple, his lips near your ear, that voice of his deep and sensual whispering words only to you? This is how Dr Mesmer tried to cure his patients, through a type of hypnosis. Tragic and fascinating tale.

Brett H (ag) wrote: Barton Fink is a unique and highly unpredictable film about a successful playwright who moves to Hollywood to begin writing screenplays and spends weeks suffering in his own private hell: writer's block. Barton checks into a hotel for a little privacy, and finds that he is frequently distracted by flies buzzing around his room, the constant peeling wallpaper, and most importantly: an extremely loud neighbour who can't seem to leave him alone. This is one of the Coen Brothers' more underrated films that sadly doesn't get talked about enough, and without spoiling anything, this film goes to some dark places in very unexpected ways with multiple ways to interpret the events that take place. The film stars Coen regulars such as John Turturro, John Goodman, and Steve Buscemi; with Turturro and Goodman giving stellar performances as Barton and the neighbour respectively. Their interactions begin innocent-enough; Barton fascinated by his blue-collar tales of being a traveling insurance salesman, but things take a sharp turn when we realize that Goodman's character is not who he says he is. This film is filled to the brim with visual and metaphorical symbolism, with an ending that still divides critics as to the true meaning. It's very difficult to discuss this film without spoiling the experience, so I will simply end by recommending this film highly for Coen Brothers completionists and for fans of the principle actors' work!

Nathan C (jp) wrote: I Fast Forward all the way to the end and couldn't wait for the movie to finish!!!Superman 4: The Quest For Piece Deserves a Razzie for the late 80's.Score: 0.5/10

I dont know w (br) wrote: Rip offs are always bad.

Michael L (kr) wrote: A terrible film with a great score by Jerry Goldsmith. Ever want to see a man get eaten by armor-plated cockroaches? Now you can!

Kristen E (de) wrote: I really couldn't fault this film - definitely one of my favourites. One of the few instances where a remake more than holds up to the original (Tarkovsky's 1972 Solaris).

Katherine M (it) wrote: These series are addicting...

Sophina (es) wrote: an okay movie, had never heard of it before nor any of the songs which where sung

Catnip I (it) wrote: Kirk Douglas is so sexy in this movie

Pavan R (de) wrote: Fabulous documentary this one, giving one a great and surreal insight into a past reconstructed with the aid of the paintings and objects found in this long lost cave. Thank God access is restricted

Dana C (it) wrote: Way better than the so called critics said it was. I really enjoyed it. Don't be influenced by other people. Make your own assessment. Watch the Directors Cut. It is the way it should have been released in the first place!