Universal Soldier

Synopsis: An elite team of soldiers has been used against terrorists where they use astounding physical capabilities to overcome them. Victoria, a reporter, follows them and discovers a part of their secret. When one of the team kills her cameraman she tries to escape. Luc, one of the soldiers begins to have flashbacks and turns sides and helps her as the remainder of the team follows to protect their secrets.
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Roland Emmerich
Production: TriStar Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

Look at me. Calm down. Calm down!

What happened to the others? Look at me.

F***ing dead! The whole f***ing platoon!

- The Sarge totally lost it, went nuts. Killed everyone!

- What?

Get off me! Let me go!

They're all dead! All f***ing gone!

Ah, you


Let's get the f*** outta here!

Come on, man, let's move.

Move! Come on, man. Come on!


What the hell happened here?

They wouldn't listen.

The village was cleared.

These people are innocent.

They're all f***ing traitors.

You turn around and

they stab ya in the back.

Hey, Sarge?

My tour's up. I just want to go home.

Come on. Let's go home.

Let's go.

Just like the others.

You just want to leave.

Like none of this sh*t ever happened?

It happened! And it

doesn't just go away.

You just can't walk away, d'you hear me?

Do you hear me?

You're a traitor, too.

aren't you, farm boy?


Prove it.

Kill her! Kill that

motherfuckin' traitor.

That's an order!

Get up. Come on!

Come on!

Come on.



You got four minutes! Four minutes!

- Okay, next.

- Four more.

- I mean, I can't find his tags.

- Excuse me, sir.

All right, here we go. What the-

Oh, Jesus Christ!

Nice touch. I'd hate to

be the poor schmuck...

who has to explain this sh*t

back home to Ma and Pa, huh?

Sir, how do we write this one up?

I mean, what do we say happened here?

Nothin'. Nothin' happened here at all.

MIA. We didn't find

anyone. d'you understand me?

What. they're gonna call this MIA?

Lincoln, this is Eagle. Come in.

I've got a code zebra. Can you copy?

Only a few hours ago.

At least ten bodies.

- Yes, sir. Pack 'em in ice.

- We're movin' out.



Let's move it, move it,

move it! Let's go, go, go!

All right. How's the picture?

- Pretty ugly.

- Very funny. Very funny.

I need a ladder.

Can you see me? How's my hair?

Let's go.

- Somebody my size. Yeah.

- Systems check.


- How's the focus?

- Next.

Good. Let's go.

Okay, brother, go.

All right, so we got 'em all.

We don't have much time.

- Position seven, status.

- They're bringing the next one out.

Excuse me. Excuse me, please. I'll have a

statement for you later on, okay? Thank you.

Colonel, they just

killed another hostage.

- Current status.

- We can't even take one of them down.

They're all linked

to an intercom system.

They're in the water.

Colonel. where'd you drop 'em off?

- About a mile and a half away.

- Mile and a half? We got 13 minutes.

- Ah, yo!

- Hold on a minute. Hold on.

Hi. I'm with the press, CNA. Uh.

they're waiting for me right there.

Right through there.

- I'm cancelling the remote.

- Aw, Charles, will you relax?

- We're supposed to go live here in one minute.

- He's gonna kill me.

- He's absolutely gonna kill me.

- Look out.

- Hey, where you goin'?

- See? There she is.

I know. I'm running a little late.

- A little?

- Well, you know that traffic killed me.

- Veronica, we're live in 20. -

Twenty? - Where the hell were you?

- I've been phoning your hotel for hours.

- Your mark?

- I got my mark.

- Come on, come on, come on.

- We're on the satellite.

- Glasses. - Glasses.

- Mike.

- Mike. Okay.

- Ten. nine. eight,

seven- - Nice shoes.

- No feet.

- Hey, stop screwin' around. Come on.

- Three, and live.

- Cigarette!

With nearly 30 hostages held inside the

power station at the base of the structure.

the gunmen claim that they will not

release any of their prisoners...

until various of their comrades are

released from federal penitentiaries...

- across the United States.

- Checkpoint two, all clear.

Checkpoint three, all clear.

Keep your eyes open.

Shut up!

I said shut up!

Hey, do as you're told

and you won't get hurt.

Quiet down.

Checkpoint three, all clear.

- Colonel, they're at the tower. -

We need a unit. - A mile and a half...

under four minutes?

They're eight seconds behind schedule.

This is Veronica Roberts

reporting live for CNA.

- And we're out.

- See? What'd I tell ya? No problem.

No problem? This network

does not revolve around you.

Well, what are you saying, Charles, I'm

not the center of the universe? Is that it?

- Don't crack wise with me.

- Come on, lighten up, Charles.

I mean, okay, I don't play the game by

your rules, but I always get you the story.

You think just because you broke a

few stories that you're indispensable.

Well, I had a little chat

with the network today,

- and you know what. Ronnie?

- No, what, Chuck?

You're fired.

They're entering the drain-off tunnels.

GR13, take aim and hold fire.

- Checkpoint one, all clear.

- Checkpoint two, all clear.

GR44 is in position. Take aim. Fire.


Move in and secure the objective.

Clear that image up.

Clear it.

Got it.

Interceptors are secured and powered.

- Begin playback.

- Playback.

- Rolling.

- Checkpoint one, all clear.

Checkpoint two, all clear.

Checkpoint three, all clear.

They're buying it.

Who the hell are these guys?

- Okay, okay, here we go. here we go.

- Terminate objectives.

Checkpoint three, all clear.

Activate interceptors now.

I think homeboy's

startin' to like this sh*t.

Don't be ridiculous. Continue playback.

Checkpoint three, all clear.

- Okay, we're inside.

- Begin phase two.

Phase two initiated.

- Look at this guy.

- How the hell did he-

- Hold it there, buddy!

- Hey! Hold it, pal!

Two gunmen, semiautomatic,

fully loaded, main target to rear,

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Dean Devlin

Dean Devlin is an American screenwriter, producer, television director and former actor. He is the founder of the production company Electric Entertainment. more…

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