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Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business (1999)

The Return Luc Deveraux and Veronica Roberts continue their attempts to expose the Universal Soldier unit.

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Luc Devereaux and Veronica Roberts continue their attempts to expose the Universal Soldier unit. But after a hostage situation mistakenly leaves Veronica a fugitive, the two escape the city and go into hiding. CIA Deputy Director Mentor and Dr. Walker are also in the middle of literally 'growing' a powerful new Universal Soldier clone of Luc's brother Eric to assassinate him and Veronica. Now it may leave Luc no chance to end it all. Written by Wallace Entertainment

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Back in action and deadlier than ever!

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Rated R for violence and some language | See all certifications »
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Produced with Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms (1998) for Showtime / The Movie Channel as a miniseries meant as a backdoor pilot for a TV series. See more »

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Features Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms (1998) See more »

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Dance with the Devil
Written by W. Sobczak, S. Kendall, M. McCullock, D. Manson, H. Yoosuf and J. Pickersgill
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Courtesy of Attic Productions Limited and Raggadeath Music/Warner Chappell Music Canada (SOCAN)
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Why...Why...Why...: May I continue...its only temporary.
6 September 1999 | by (Plymouth, MN, USA) – See all my reviews

Where to begin. The story is fine, the acting is pure, even when Luc is supposed to be human he is worse than Star Trek DATA, and it this really Universal Soler III or IIb? As you can tell, this spinoff of the series is messed up. The acting would be solved if they had meant money on Van Damme (to go with Gary Busey, Burt Renolds, and a Bill clinton voice impersonator). Unfortunately they dont, and this "high tech" looking TV-seried (parts one and two) finds the need to recreate the end of Universal Solder I and then erroniously place the date as 1998 not 1992. Berronlia and West are merely Canadian versions of the Universal Soldier I characters and it shows. Like other movies (aka The Jessee Ventura story) the Canadians come off as fake and crude (especially in the Canadian business scene). Anyway not to bash on Canadians as the movie does have one of the funniest lines I can remember.

Burt Reynolds: "General Clancy, I need a favor."

Clancy: "Whats that sir?"

Reynolds: "I need you to die. Don't Worry its only temporary."

Hopefully this teo part blip and Burt Reynolds fakish Scotch Irish accent are only temporary.


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