Saturday, March 29, 2014

Netflix'd :: Clearing Out the Instant Que :: The Only Good Bug Is a Dead Bug in Shinji Aramaki's Starship Troopers: Invasion (2012)

As for what happens next, Would you like to more? Well, Citizen, then do your part and give Starship Troopers: Invasion a spin as soon as possible to find out. Look, I know heeding my highly volatile film enthusiasm is kinda like dealing with an errant puppy when it comes to recommendations, in that malicious intent is never intended, and it could be considered adorable in some circles, but, in the end, I still missed the paper and the carpet is now soiled. However, when dealing with an animated movie from Japan that fetishizes the merging of men and women, rubber, and machine into the ultimate killing machines, with lots of cartoon boobies, mindless violence, dismemberment, animated nookie, giant robot chainsaws, big damn arachnids, and Johnny F@cking Rico -- make that General Johnny F@cking Rico, all compressed into a giant cheeseball of Oo-RAH! awesome stoopidity, then, I say, What's not to love? In other words: C'mon, you apes. You wanna live forever?!?

Starship Troopers: Invasion (2012) Sola Digital Arts :: Stage 6 Films :: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment / EP: Edward Neumeier, Casper Van Dien / P: Joseph Chou / D: Shinji Aramaki / W: Flint Dille, Robert A. Heinlein (novel) / M: Tetsuya Takahashi / S: Luci Christian, David Matranga, Justin Doran, David Wald, Emily Neves

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