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Universal Soldier

Universal Soldier ★★ 1992 (R)

A reporter discovers a secret government project to design perfect robo-soldiers by using the bodies of dead GIs, including tough guys Lundgren and Van Damme who were killed in Vietnam. But the knowledge is going to get her killed until Van Damme has flashbacks of his past (the soldier's memories have supposedly been erased) and agrees to help her. Lundgren doesn't have the same compassion and goes after them both. Big-budget thriller with some good action sequences and a lot of violence. 98m/C VHS, DVD, UMD . Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Ally Walker, Ed O'Ross, Jerry Orbach; D: Roland Emmerich; W: Dean Devlin, Christopher Leitch, Richard Rothstein; C: Karl Walter Lindenlaub; M: Christopher Franke.

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