After the terrible events of the original Universal Soldier testings, the budget has been slashed by the government. Under the orders of a CIA director, a gang of mercenaries take control of the new line of Universal Soldiers and try to use them into helping to smuggle diamonds to the highest foreign buyer. When Luc Deveroux, survivor from the first incident, continues to cause problems he newly found younger brother is taken prisoner along with his news reporter friend Veronica Reynolds.
The Universal Soldiers are used to smuggle diamonds for a CIA Director, but Luc Deveroux continues to cause him problems. Apparently whoever made this horrible sequel didn't pay attention to the end of the first one, Andrew scott or GR-13 is ground up by a combine or wood mulcher of some sort at the end of the first one, unless they cloned him or something else before hand, i don't see them out there picking up little pieces of him to get him back together, and if they did no wonder in every plot line of these movies there is a budget cut. Think about how much it would cost the government to go out and search for little small pieces of a unisol, just to piece him back together, The labor alone would be worthless. Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb movie.
A far from a perfect movie on various counts.The action set pieces are clunky, the dialogue interminably dire, and the plot beyond non-existent.The 'performance' strewn from Matt Battaglia manages the near impossible task of making one yearn for the acting prowess of a Van-Damme or a Lungren.Never have I been less excited at the prospect of near invincible super soldiers than when navigating this film. You may now be justifiably wondering why i have awarded this film the remarkably high score of nine out of ten?GARY BUSEY!Thats right;all Its many many flaws are entirely belittled by the awesome sight of Gary Busey outdoing himself(this being no meagre task)I give it nine out of ten for his performance alone:watch it!
No. The TV movies produced by Rigel Entertainment are set in a standalone continuity loosely based on the first feature film, "Universal Soldier" (1992). So they are unrelated to the theatrical sequels, "The Return" and "Regeneration" (2009), as well as the upcoming final film in the saga "A New Dimension" (2012). 7cb1d79195