I could go on to point out how truly hopeless the sound, lighting, camera-work and direction are but we all know that this sort of film has its own audience, and that mindless audience will doubtless love it. What I will say is that, as a fan of decent action films, there's precious little action, and what little occurs happens so predictably that not only could I work out how a scene was going to end just as it began, but I could even predict, with about an 80% success rate, what the next camera angle and/or "combat" move was going to be. If you compare it to something done a long time ago, but well, like for instance the first Lethal Weapon, or maybe even the original Predator, then you'll find it sadly lacking in all departments.
Universal Soldier: Regeneration is nothing more than a poor cash-in. It looks cheap, the lighting is TV-ish, camera movement substandard, the action scenes plain boring.
1.5 / 5