Universal Soldier: Regeneration

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When terrorists threaten nuclear catastrophe, the world's only hope is to reactivate decommissioned Universal Soldier Luc Deveraux…

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 5.4/10 (11,189 voted)

John Hyams

Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Andrei Arlovski

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".

Writers: Victor Ostrovsky, Richard Rothstein


Jean-Claude Van Damme

Luc Deveraux

Dolph Lundgren

Andrew Scott

Andrei Arlovski


(as Andrei 'The Pitbull' Arlovski)

Mike Pyle

Captain Kevin Burke

Corey Johnson

Col. John Coby

Garry Cooper

Dr. Porter

Emily Joyce

Dr. Sandra Flemming

Zahary Baharov

Commander Topov

Aki Avni

General Boris

Kerry Shale

Dr. Colin

Yonko Dimitrov


Violeta Markovska


Stanislav Pishtalov

P.M. Musayev

Marianne Stanicheva


John Laskowski


The ultimate fight in cinemas 28 Jan


Official Website:
Foresight Unlimited [United States] |
Official site [Japan] |

Release Date: 7 January 2010

Filming Locations: Bulgaria

Box Office Details

Budget: $14,000,000


Opening Weekend: $31,304
(10 January 2010)
(17 Screens)

Gross: $845,197
(28 September 2010)

Technical Specs


Did You Know?


Dolph Lundgren's first sequel.


As the initial kidnapping scene is ending and the car chase is about to begin, the final gunman fires off rounds at civilians and one last guard as the back door to the vehicle is closed from the inside. The next shot shows the door wide open again and the gunman entering it unhindered.

User Review

Above average, Way above.

Rating: 8/10

This was great entertainment, Story:well scripted to avoid the many
pitfalls the this kind of movie could have fallen in to. More layering
and character development that you could ever expect from a film like
this. Acting: no Oscars gonna be won here… but hey it's a JCVD flick
and he and the rest of the cast do a good job in it. Action (fights):
No Jason Bourne, or Taken, but pretty close!, you can see how much went
in to choreography and rehearsal, very well done. Production: Nice
cutting, great timing, superb use of location. Maybe the only weakish
spot was the score, it sometimes felt out of context and/or

Anyway: Director sure knew what he was doing here, and i liked it a

Please Mr Hymas (Sr and Jr?) find a big budget, a great script and go
do a Jason Bourne movie!