Universal Soldier: The Return is a 1999 American science fiction action film and the directorial debut of Mic Rodgers. It is a retconned film and the second theatrical film in the Universal Soldier film series, following two made-for-TV movies, Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms and Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business.
After barely surviving his experiences as a part-human/part-robot "Universal Soldier", Luc Deveraux has opted to stay out of the front lines and work with a military project to refine and perfect the system. However, something goes wrong, and S.E.T.H., the android supercomputer leading the new breed of soldiers, suddenly develops a murderous mind of his own. Soon S.E.T.H. is leading his fellow war machines on a rampage, and Luc is the only one who can stop them.
- Prepare to become obsolete
- Jean-Claude Van Damme as Luc Deveraux / GR44
- Michael Jai White as S.E.T.H.
- Bill Goldberg as Romeo
- Heidi Schanz as Erin Young
- Xander Berkeley as Doctor Dylan Cotner
- Justin Lazard as Captain Blackburn
- Kiana Tom as Maggie
- Daniel von Bargen as General Radford
- James R. Black as Sergeant Morrow
- Karis Paige Bryant as Hillary Deveraux
- Brent Anderson as Technician #2
- Lyle Kanouse as UniSol 2500 (voice)
- The role of Romeo was originally intended for WWF wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
- When S.E.T.H. cracks his kill-code, it flashes up on the screen, starting with "NCC1701", which is the registration code of the starship Enterprise.
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