Soldier (1998 American film)

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Soldier is a 1998 American science fiction and action film about a soldier who is dumped on a waste disposal planet and lives among a community of crash survivors on the planet. He takes it upon himself to defend his new home when genetically engineered soldiers are ordered to eliminate the crash survivors.

Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. Written by David Peoples.
Left for dead on a remote planet for obsolete machines and people, a fallen hero has one last battle to fight.


Slade: I don't see how you cannot remember how you got here Sergeant. You're not a deserter, are you Sergeant?
Sgt. Todd: No, sir.
Slade: Then how come you're not with your unit?
Townsman: Oh come on Slade, will you let the man eat?
Slade: It's not an unreasonable question. How 'bout it Sergeant?
Sgt. Todd: I was replaced.
Mace: Replaced...
Sgt. Todd: By a better soldier, sir.
Sandra: How do you know they'll be back?
Sgt. Todd: Because they're soldiers, sir, like me.
Sandra: Why are they doing this?
Sgt. Todd: They're obeying orders, sir. It's their duty.
Sandra: Do you know how many they'll be?
Sgt. Todd: Seventeen more, sir.
Sandra: You can't fight 17 on your own. You have to organize us. We're not cowards. We'll do as you tell us. We'll fight.
Sgt. Todd: No.
Sandra: Why not?
Sgt. Todd: Soldiers deserves soldiers, sir.
Sandra: But one soldier... ...against 17? What are you gonna do?
Sgt. Todd: I'm going to kill them all, sir.
Lt. Sloan: Are any of you men out there? Can any of you men hear me?
Sgt. Todd: Your men... ...are obsolete.


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