Universal Soldier: Regeneration

Universal Soldier: Regeneration

When terrorists threaten nuclear catastrophe, the world's only hope is to reactivate decommissioned Universal Soldier Luc Deveraux. Rearmed and reprogrammed, Deveraux must take on his nemesis from the original Universal Soldier and a next-generation "UniSol".

A group of terrorists led by Commander Topov kidnap the Ukrainian prime minister's son and daughter and hold them hostage, demanding the release of their imprisoned comrades within 72 hours. In addition, they have taken over the crippled Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andy F (it) wrote: I have always had an interest in this story. The film was good, but the music was not of that time period.

Tim B (us) wrote: I thought it was a good old fashioned war movie. Good acting, special effects, and storyline.

Michel W (us) wrote: excellent film de Dupontel, dans la veine de Bernie

Colette C (gb) wrote: very scary. eye opener. people need to be aware of the patenting of seeds...that was the most disturbing.

l i n d (au) wrote: I really got the christmas spirit after watching this. Funny and cute movie. Love it!

Juli N (es) wrote: The perfect mood setter for Halloween!

Jon C (us) wrote: there is no actual 'chopping' in this mallthere's still heads getting blown up, incinerations, and pokes and suchit doesn't mean this still isn't a fun 1980's B-movie to sit back and relax toorobots were the craze in cinema back in the day and ranged from everything to these killbots to Number 5 in 'Short Circuit' to BB in 'Deadly Friend'I'm actually happy this movie zips by so fast because of the over-the-top moments it producesbut really did the manufacturers stop to think and not equip these damn robots with the most dangerous arsenals available, even just to catch thieves at the mall after hours?!I smell a lawsuit since the lightning storm caused them to malfunction destroying everything in their pathand it's easy to spot the music being composed the way it is, it gives that robotic synthesizer vibethankfully only 2 teen characters are the worst to be killed off and you feel more for the rest of them to make it out in one pieceif you have a drink on standby that'll make this silly horror flick twice as much fun

gary t (it) wrote: WOW......WOW......WOW.....WOW.....STUNNING......FANTASTIC......GENIUS.......AMAZING......I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that james garner (.R.I.P.), brian Bedford, yves montand (.R.I.P.), Antonio sabato, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this drama/classics movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch.........I think that this is such cult classics movie 2 watch......I think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch....... The film includes real-life racing footage and cameo appearances by drivers including Formula One World Champions Phil Hill, Graham Hill, Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt and Jack Brabham. Other drivers who appeared in the film include Dan Gurney, Richie Ginther, Joakim Bonnier, Bruce McLaren and Jo SiffertThe making was a race itself, as John Sturges and Steve McQueen planned to make a similar movie titled Day of the Champion. Due to their contract with the German Nrburgring, Frankenheimer had to turn over 27 reels shot there to Sturges. Frankenheimer was ahead in schedule anyway, and the McQueen/Sturges project was called off, while the German race track was only mentioned briefly in Grand Prix.The F1 cars in the film are mostly mocked-up Formula 3 cars made to look like contemporary F1 models, although the film also used footage from actual F1 races.[citation needed] Some of this was captured by Phil Hill, the 1961 World Champion, who drove modified camera cars in some sessions during the 1966 Monaco and Belgian Grands Prix. This was some of the earliest experimentation with in-car cameras for Formula One.The actual level of driving ability of the actors varied wildly - Bedford couldn't drive at all and was only ever in the car for close-up shots. Sabto was very slow and nervous, Montand himself scared very easily early in filming and was often towed rather than driving the car, but Garner was very competent and even took up racing and entering cars as a direct result of his involvement in the film. So impressive were Garner's driving skills that some of the real Formula One drivers, including Graham Hill and Jack Brabham, reportedly told Garner that he could have been a successful Grand Prix driver if he had not gone into acting.The helmet design that James Garner's character uses is that of then-Grand Prix race driver Chris Amon from New Zealand. The only difference was a silhouette of a Kiwi bird that was normally on the side of Amon's helmet that was left off Garner's, as his character was an American. Brian Bedford's character used a helmet design that was the same as that of real life 1966 BRM driver Jackie Stewart. As Bedford couldn't drive, this was done so that they could shoot footage of Stewart driving the BRM (with a balaclava over his face to hide that it wasn't actually Bedford driving) and pass it off as Bedford.Circuits featured in the film include; Circuit de Monaco (Monaco), Clermont-Ferrand (France), Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), Circuit Park Zandvoort (Netherlands), Brands Hatch (United Kingdom), and Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Italy). The Nrburgring (Germany), Watkins Glen International (USA), and the Autdromo Hermanos Rodrguez (Mexico) were all mentioned in the film but there was no footage shown.The camera car used on the tracks was a Ford GT40 driven by Phil Hill. Cameras were mounted at the front and/or rear of the GT40 with front and rear body panels being removed as necessary. Aerial shots were filmed from an Alouette III helicopter.During the making of the film both Frankenheimer and Garner were interviewed by Alan Whicker for the BBC television series Whicker's WorldNon-actors appearing include broadcaster Raymond Baxter, who interviews Nino Barlini after he wins the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch.I think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is such a really sad movie 2 watch but it is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch......it is such a fantastic drama movie 2 watch, its got such a brilliant cast throughout this movie......I think that james garner (.R.I.P.), was absolutely brilliant throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch with such a brilliant cast throughout this movie.......

cody f (au) wrote: Good but not great. Typical Warner Brothers Gangster film about 2 guys being released from Sing Sing,one goes straight(Raft) and one goes back to crime(Bogart). One thing that makes this film enjoyable is the young William Holden as Raft's younger brother.Raft has seen the errors of his ways and is forced to go back to crime in a effort to keep his brother out. Another nice surprise is that Bogie isn't your typical bad guy. He is honorable, likable and he never does anything too despicable. This movie is worth seeing for the three heavies, they are great and it's 15 years before Bogie and Holden teamed up for Sabrina.Sadly this film is hampered by the Hayes Code crime does not pay rule.

Chris C (br) wrote: Not quite to the level of all other Batman animated films Ive seen. Penquin was poorly done. Story was predictable.

Steve S (au) wrote: I don't think this script knew what it wanted to be; it just wanted to kill a bunch of people.

Robbie N (au) wrote: Perhaps not quite to the standards of Sacha Baron Cohen's last mockumentary Borat, but Bruno still delivers it's plethora of laughs. An insight into America's ignorance towards homosexuality, Bruno ridicules the less educated and creates this offensive, disgusting and surprisingly hilarious movie. Hopefully, another unscripted, outrageously crude Baron Cohen movie is not far away.

Dan H (nl) wrote: I liked it. Not knowing anything about it going in I was pleasantly surprised. I kinda like those end of the world movies and how people act in these different situations. Well acted, the young girl did a good job. Worth a watch.

Steve S (au) wrote: Hard R...very sexual.

Henry M (de) wrote: h...liian laahaava. Ja lopputulos on tiedossa jo alusta piten. Ravolta on kyl ahdistunu....