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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Louis Léonard's rating of the film Soldier

    Got that great Cannon feel to it... not necessarily making it a good film anyway.

  2. Endre's rating of the film Soldier

    Paul W.S. Anderson is good at instrumentality, not pathos; programmed feelings, not real ones (that's why Resident Evil: Retribution works so fantastically). The humans in this, suggested as a strong contrast to the military robots, are only instrumentally representing warmth and empathy, looking like ridiculous clones of humanity. Not without its cheesy charm, though. Liked it as a kid.

  3. Blumes's rating of the film Soldier

    Always enjoyable when it came on cable in the early 2000's.

  4. Matt Rolls's rating of the film Soldier

    The themes could have been interesting with a better director at the helm, this is just a worse version of Universal Soldier.

  5. Ghostman's rating of the film Soldier

    Anderson's aesthetics are amazing but the story is way too thin and cliched, which I find to be weird since David Peoples wrote it. Feels like a lot of stuff was cut out. Has some great set pieces though.

  6. Colan Belshaw's rating of the film Soldier

    5 stars for effort, but really is crying out for a remake that will shed that awful 90s cheapness. Laced with inspiration from Rambo and Universal Soldier all shot in a n 'Aliens' style universe; worth a watch, even if only once.

  7. Jason Callen's rating of the film Soldier

    Probably Anderson's best film, which is saying very little. Made slightly more interesting do to David Webb Peoples proclaiming that he wrote it to take place in the same universe as Blade Runner.