Starship Troopers (1997)
Clips of Casper from SST are used in the first episode.
Footage from this movie is used.
Ten years after the film the game starts up where the film left off.
The scene with the new recruits
The psychic commercial opens the same way as plan 9 from outerspace
Brain sucking scene is referenced.
Rico recuperates in a large tank, similar to the bacta tank where Luke is treated.
"the drop" and "bug hunt" as well as the cargo-loader exoskeleton were from Aliens.
A ship resembles the StarSpeeder 3000, and the scene it appears in is similar to the ride video.
Michael Ironside loses an arm in both films
The spaceship is cut in half and the other half of the spaceship explodes like in Generations.
There is an item about this movie's release
Movie poster on a wall.
The 3rd segment is named "Starship Pooper" and uses the same font and logo as this film.
In "Saving Private Lion" when told they will never understand what war really like, one of the grandchildren says "I do, I saw Starship Troopers 10 times! It was cool!".
At the start of the film Jim McAllister is reading a newspaper that has a little picture of Rico at the top for an article inside.
The gag on this show was that they were constantly referencing films, and a very unfamous brother of a megastar was always saying he was in nothing roles. "In Starship Troopers, I played the guy that got squished by the giant cockroach."
Plot, characters, dialogue and creatures are referenced.
The military uniforms worn in G-Saviour are the same as those worn by the Marines in Starship Troopers
The Crash Nebula show sees aliens that want to suck humans brains out, much like in this film.
General Hein named for Robert A. Heinlein, author of ST, which influenced the military theme of FF
the Alliance armor is from this movie
The giant cockroaches' legs look and move as the "infantry" Bugs' do.
David Giler talks how Fox had trouble finding enough studio space as major productions like Starship Troopers
As the whole game has a 'Verhoeven' SciFi flic kinda feel, that also includes 'ST'. Particularly the PR videos ('Would you like to know more?') are integrated throughout the game incl. the 'patriotic/proud' monolog and 'tone' of voice.
"bug attack" at the beginning of the game resembles the one in the movie
Antlion aliens strongly resemble the bugs from the 1997 sci-fi film
mentioned once in extended version
A customer wants to rent this film, but Scotty talks to him about taking the widescreen version.
The Aparoid enemies, especially on the Katina stage, act similarly to and resemble the insect-like "Bugs" from Starship Troopers.
"Come on Marine! you want to live forever!"
Referenced in Spy Glass
Opening scene parallels Klendathu invasion.
The movie that the SG-1 team is going to watch on Movie Night.
Open reference by a character
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of NFL Tour (2008) (VG)
Ron Fox tells NPH that he became a federal agent because he was inspired by Starship Troopers.
One of the Brotherhood of Steel soldiers spurs on his comrades by asking whether they want to live forever.
Film Brain compares many scenes of Transmorphers to this film
Ji Lan talks about a war against the insects from planet Klendathu, which are the enemy of the 'troopers' in Verhoeven's film.
During the Top 5 Movies segment, Brett Erlich considers adding the joke Starship Poopers to the show
The beginning of the "Join the Empire" recruitment advert is reminiscent of the one at the beginning of this film - The swooshing title and the Death Star spinning like the Federal Network logo.
Alien bug miniatures seen in Phil Tippett's office.
Eli Roth mentions this movie during interview
One of the prominent props in this episode is a ship model used in the movie.
Duke: "I'm from Las Vegas, and I say: Kill 'em all!"
It is referenced.
Neil Patrick Harris: "I was Carl Jenkins in Starship Troopers"
The film is mentioned.
"I always wondered when they'd turn Starship Troopers into an '80s kids' show."
The last names of some of the characters are the same: Ibanez, Flores, and Rico
Alec Gillis refers to the large scale animatronics of Starship Troopers, and the "brain bug" is seen hanging from the wall of studioADI's machine shop.
It is referenced.
Eli Roth compares stepping on a sea urchin to a scene from the film
"You've seen Starship Troopers."
When Rocket is piloting the gliding ship out of the prison, he hits a floating guard who hits and slides off the ship's windshield much like in the 1997 satire film.
Mention in dialog
Ashens compares Desktop Boyfriend to insects from this movie.
Rich and Jack state that, much like Starship Troopers, Helldivers has a satirical tone
"Would you like to know more?"
Mentioned in dialogue
One of their picks.
Features clips from this film.
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
Ebert discusses Star Wars' influence on the movie
A clip is shown.
Clip included; editing analysed.
Footage from this is featured.
Features footage from film in music video
Footage from this film is shown
Brett's #2 Coolest Future
Mike praises the original
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
Johnny Rico is listed among Plinkett's protagonists
The #2 Coolest Future
Clip of giant bugs attacking fortress
Mike praises the original
Clip is shown
movie is discussed and analyzed
Clip inserted into Conner O'Malley's version of "The Blacklist"
A clip is shown.
The mysterious leaders of the alien planet are called "Brain Balls", which references the "Brain Bugs" of Starship Troopers.
the ad in the beginning of Monsters Inc spoofs the ad at the end of Starship Troopers
The "Jesus looks into the future" ending mirrors the "brain bug" ending, quotes dialog, etc.
A character from the film offers advice on how to survive an alien attack
This musical is described as a combination of Starship Troopers and The Little Mermaid
a soldier speaks directly into the camera in the middle of a battle against bugs