Excerpt: OK Let's get this straight. Van-Damme starred in the original and was killed off and resurrected as a super soldier. Now in the sequel, he's human again? How screwed up is that. Not only that this 2nd movie to Van-Damme's original is essentially the 4th movie removed to the fact that two TV sequels...
Summary: I really don't get why most people heavily criticize this movie. Actually, I had a really fun time watching this flick. Maybe the reason why so many people dislike it is because they just take it too seriously. Fans of the first movie who expect a serious sequel won't get what they're hoping for.
Summary: The mind boggles at exactly what about Universal Soldier merited a sequel. Since the real star, Dolph Lundgren, would not be able to reprise his role from the original, there is already scant reason to indulge oneself in this obvious tax write-off.
Summary: This movie is just so bad it's good! The acting may look a bit "forced" at times (ok, perhaps "painfully horrible" would be a better expression) but really folks... did you honestly expect an award winning performance from Van Damme or Goldberg?
Summary: whoa - lots of spoilers here. this has got to be one of the most unappreciated cult movies in history. around every corner are clever and interesting twists that leave me, and other hungry van dammage fans, panting for more. the main source of this shining light is lord of the jews: goldberg.