In 1992 two of the world’s most popular action superstars were brought together to create one of the most unforgettable martial arts/action/sci-fi cult classics of its time. The film was Universal Soldier, the stars were Jean-Claude Van Damme (JCVD, Legionnaire, Bloodsport, Kickboxer) and Dolph Lundgren (Rocky IV, The Punisher, Direct Contact). In 2010 director John Hyams (NYPD Blue, One Dog Day, The Smashing Machine) has brought these legends of action cinema together again for the ultimate future killing machine showdown, Universal Soldier: Regeneration.
The world is in danger and the government is being threatened. Crazed terrorists are on the loose and will stop at nothing to cause death and destruction. Using stolen technology they have created their own version of the Universal Soldier: a lethal robot warrior whose only programme is to kill and kill again. The government’s only hope is to regenerate Luc Deveraux, a decommissioned Unisol and expert assassin. His mission: to infiltrate a highly armed fortress, slaughter the enemy and save the world from nuclear disaster. But somebody – or something – is waiting for him, something intent on crushing the future into oblivion. Let the combat commence.
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Cinema snobs are going to hate it but hey, they hated the original. This is a perfect example of giving the fans what they want, and it's a smashing sequel. Great to see Dolph back, and JCVD is on fine form. I watched this twice in two days and still wasn't bored with it. Great film, looks grand in Blu-Ray too.