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A behind-the-scenes look at director Paul Verhoeven's imaginative re-telling of Robert Heinlein's classic science fiction novel. Includes interviews with the cast and crew of the film and ... See full summary »

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A behind-the-scenes look at director Paul Verhoeven's imaginative re-telling of Robert Heinlein's classic science fiction novel. Includes interviews with the cast and crew of the film and provides a glimpse of all of the work that went into making Verhoeven's vision a reality. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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good movie that has nothing to do with Original story

direct quote "A behind-the-scenes look at director Paul Verhoeven's imaginative re-telling of Robert Heinlein's classic science fiction novel". WHAT CRAP while I liked the movie, Mr Verhoevan trashed the real story I bet Heinlein is rolling over in his grave, Did he even read the book before he rewrote it where is the powered armor where where the skinny's there where many moments in the book that should have been in the movie like when Johnny dropped a speaking bomb into a skinny habitation and it said I am a 30 sec bomb I am a 30 sec bomb 29 28 27 etc etc oh not to mention they changed a guy's role into a female role and which I could live with since he put the totally awesome Dina Meyers into the role but the original dizzy Flores was a dude and his friend, but back to my gripe why completely change a story that was far better than what you changed it to Im sorry But Robert Heinlein was one of the best SciFi Writers that ever lived and this was an insult to him period.


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