Exo-Squad is highly unlikely to be an atempt to reconcile the book and the movie, unless it's creators have prophetic powers I'm unaware of.Body Snatchers came from him? Huh.
But I'd say for Starship Troopers itself, I think both the book and the movie have a place, but, to burrow from another thread, the best version of it is probably Exo-Squad(I think that's the name), which is an animated series that tried to reconcile the book and the movie, from what I understand.
Otherwise, I think the book demonstrates, potentially, the value of creating a society that isn't meant to be a utopia, or a dystopia, but just different, and I think Heinlein makes that case worse by trying to defend the society depicted, although that may have helped book sales. Stuff like the Moon is a Harsh Mistress arguably does this better, I don't know, but, its the way I'm trying(I often fail), to analyze the society in the book.
For comparison, Stranger in a Strange Land seems very... tied to its time? A lot of what is commenting on seems, well, not gone, but just, stuff we've seen commented over and over and over again to the point where it may be difficult for the original book to really stand out.