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Universal Soldier: The Return

Universal Soldier: The Return ★★ 1999 (R)

The creators of superwarrior Van Damme have doublecrossed him and he's out to get even in this sequel (although technically it's the fourth installment after two straighttocable releases). After Defense Department cutbacks short circuit the Universal Soldier program, the cyborgs start a rebellion led by an evil computer. Van Damme must battle the renegade warriors while attempting to not muss his hair. The Muscles from Brussels goes back to a proven winner after a series of box-office stinkers in hopes that he can kick-start his flagging career. 82m/C VHS, DVD . Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Jai White, Daniel von Bargen, Heidi Schanz, Xander Berkeley, Justin Lazard; D: Mic Rodgers; W: John Fasano, William Malone; C: Michael A. Benson; M: Don Davis.

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