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Future of the Week: Starship Troopers 3: Marauder

September 16, 2009 Future No Comments

Source: This Future of the Week is presented by Starship Troopers 3, sequel to the hysterical Starship Troopers, and dull Starship Troopers 2.

Premise: In an unspecified but distant future, the United Citizen Federation wages a difficult war against the “Bugs,” even resorting to bunkering down in trenches to defend against the seemingly endless swarms. Protesters of the war are presented harshly by the media and their executions celebrated. Jolene Blalock is still hot.

Utopia or Dystopia: Surely, the sheer cheesiness of this future would bring about utopian glee.

Prescience: Well, governments are pretty good at controlling media, using religion to control their populations, and fighting endless, useless wars. Provided humanity eventually finds some giant bugs to kill, this future will be realized.

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