White Stars: , , , Duration: 96 Minutes Russian inmate Boyka, now severely hobbled by the knee injury suffered at the end of Undisputed 2. Namely that side in the Iceman's character, to be proud, fighting for his honor, made him one of my favorite characters I've ever seen. The cast especially actors Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins Kicks Ass! But when a new prison fight tournament begins — an international affair, matching the best fighters from prisons around the globe, enticing them with the promise of freedom for the winner — Boyka must reclaim his dignity and fight for his position in the tournament Reviews Scott Adkins is bad ass here. But if you want hard hitting, bone breaking action entertainment, this one is a must see! In my opinion the character is created perfectly for the atmosphere of the movie. This is a packed with action movie about an international prison mma tournament. Jetzt aber ist seine Angriffslust geweckt. .
Fighting scenes are superb done for a low budged movie made in post communist industrial bankruptcy of Eastern Europe. Für ordentliche Choreografien bürgt Britannias Martial-Arts-Koryphäe Scott Adkins sowohl als Berater als auch als Whites Filmgegner. Action Thriller Russian inmate Boyka, now severely hobbled by the knee injury suffered at the end of Undisputed 2. All characters are flawed like in real life. Michael Rooker plays a guard, Fisher Stevens, John Seda, and Master P co star. No longer the feared prison fighter he was, he has declined so far that he is now good only for cleaning toilets. Isaac Florentine and the action cinematographer did a very good job! Michael Jai had a hand in much of the production and his attention to detail in these scenes in particular shows.
But when a new prison fight tournament begins - an international affair, matching the best fighters from prisons around the globe, enticing them with the promise of freedom for the winner - Boyka must reclaim his dignity and fight for his position in the tournament. The story is not that new to movie-watchers, though there's some twist but still its some kind of a stereotype story. Sequel to the 2002 film. No longer the feared prison fighter he was, he has declined so far that he is now good only for cleaning toilets. Scott Adkins is also an incredibly adept martial arts performer and comes off as an appropriately menacing villain. This role gets him well, better then fancy good boy from Ninja. There's a no-nonsense brutality to the fighting that you don't often see these days.
Synopsis Sequel to the 2002 film. Movie Info Rating : 6. Reviewed by shawn-148 7 I attended the premiere at Paramount Studios and have to say I was impressed by the breathtaking fight scenes. Und zur Freiheit führt nur der Sieg. They were filmed at a very high speed, so there was a hyper-real crispness to them and interesting time changes throughout. Michael Jai plays George Chambers with all the hubris and latent anger you could want, but also with an undertone of humor not present in Ving Rhames' portrayal of the character. Sequel to the 2002 film.
Reviewed by coloss-1 10 As a martial art practitioner I want to assure the audience that the movie will like to those of you who expect to see a really tough fight! However Chambers has his world turned upside down when he is accused of rape and sent to prison. Things were slowed down and sped up to catch Michael Jai White's amazing choreography. This time Chambers, unlike, the previous part, will have to face much more devastating opponent in the person of the Russian prisoner Yurii Boika, whose character will take your attention from the beginning of the movie with his splendid moves on the ring. In that movie he is the same tough and proud guy, who, becomes clearly, that if you try to tell him what to do, he would crush at least your nose. Immediately there is bad blood with Chambers not wanting to be second to no one which leads to a lunch room fight between the men. This is no Jackie Chan hit-em-with-a-broomstick fest. The execution of the fight scenes, the action and stunt sequences are choreograph very nice and hard hitting.
Upon his arrival he hears talk about Monroe Hutchen Snipes who is the top ranked prison boxing champ 10 years running. Chambers weigert sich, wird gezwungen und im Kampf betrogen. Those of you who'll watch the movie, expecting something as good as the first part, wont be disappointed at all just because the director presents one well known of the audience Jorge Chambers. The last reviewer made a good point about this film having an 80's action feel to it. Droht will man Chambers zwingen, im Gladiatorenkäfig gegen den lokalen Champ Uri Boyka anzutreten.
No longer the feared prison fighter he was, he has declined so far that he is now good only for cleaning toilets. You will enjoy him and supporting actors; Mykel Shannon Jenkins aka Turbo and Mark Ivanir as Gaga. . . . . .
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