Federation trooper Johnny Rico is ordered to work with a group of new recruits on a satellite station on Mars, where giant bugs have decided to target their next attack.
|Release Date||:||August 21, 2017|
|Genres||:||Action, Animation, Science Fiction|
|Production Company||:||Lucent Pictures Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sola Digital Arts|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Masaru Matsumoto, Shinji Aramaki|
|Casts||:||Casper Van Dien, Dina Meyer, DeRay Davis, Justin Doran, Luci Christian, Emily Neves, Scott Gibbs, Juliet Simmons, Chris Gibson, Leraldo Anzaldua, Greg Ayres|
|Plot Keywords||:||mars, space marine|
Enjoying the Starship Troopers franchise is a hard thing to do. From the excellent Paul Verhoeven live-action movie to the abysmal 2 sequels, the interesting Roughnecks animated series and the decent first CGI movie we now have again arrived at a low point. While the first CGI movie managed to combine elements of the book and the first movie into a gorgeous present to the fans, Traitor of Mars is a messy, hastily written mess, with dialogue so cheesy it makes you cringe. The sad part is that they clearly improved in the animation department, especially when it comes to the characters movements, which looked quite stiff in it's predecessor. You can also see that they spend a lot of time in designing believable equipment and sprinkling several nods to the franchise into the world. But all of this effort is negated by a lazy script, the unnecessary addition of one of the most boring villains in movie history, and voice acting so horrible it reminds you of children's cartoons from the 80s.