However, this is not a good return. Chronologically, it takes place at least ten years after the first movie, since Luc Deveraux is widowed with a ten-year-old daughter. He had married the reporter from that film. Now, he's helping the government with a new batch of UniSols, as exhibited by the first scene where he's being chased through the Florida swamps. He's also human, no longer a modified soldier. The main "bad" Universal Soldier is Romeo (Bill Goldberg), this big bulldog like guy. The other bad guy is S.E.T.H., which is actually a computer brain that has taken control of one of the new soldiers.
And what the hell, they threw in another reporter for him to protect, to make it sort of like the original.
On one hand I can see that they wanted to make the sequel different from the first, and that's a plus. But this film is so inferior to the Roland Emmerich original that I was just shaking my head. From my recollection, those two direct-to-tv television sequels were much better sequels, which is saying alot.