The Most Pause-Worthy Moments In Starship Troopers

When Paul Verhoeven’s "Starship Troopers" came out in 1997, its provocative presentation garnered it a whole lot of scrutiny. With gory action, an infamous shower scene, and over-the-top satire of fascist ideology, it was virtually guaranteed that the film would ruffle some feathers in the late ’90s.

The elements that made "Starship Troopers" so controversial upon its release are the same things that make it a cult classic to this day. Any fan watching the film for the second, third, or tenth time is bound to pause it on at least a few occasions to get a closer look at Verhoeven’s vision. Would you like to know more? These are the most pause-worthy moments of "Starship Troopers."

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The internet, but fascist | 0:00
The blind biology teacher | 1:36
Disable its hand | 2:40
The shower scene | 4:06
Death from above | 5:12
Rasczak’s arm | 6:23
The tanker bug | 7:30
Mind meld | 8:14
Brain drain | 9:12
The kids aren’t alright | 10:17

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