Undisputed III: Redemption
Scott Adkins returns as Uri Boyka, an inmate trapped in the toughest prison in the world and ready to make his comeback in a lethal boxing competition for a shot at freedom.
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An exhilarating and spectacular action-packed thrill-machine with tons of non-stop, heart-pounding excitement and pulse-pounding fight sequences from start to finish. This film is an explosive winner. A sharp, well-crafted and thrilling action flick. It puts the wow back in action movies and truly showing that you can be blown away. The fight scenes are brutal, crushing and eye-popping. It dose not fail to satisfy one bit and leaves you wanting more. It's jaw-dropping, bone-crushing, mind-blowing and utterly breathtaking. A powerful action movie that makes you feel the force after every hit all the way to the end. Scott Adkins is terrific, he's truly the king of cool in this film and is for sure going to be one of the screens best and most compelling action heroes. This is the best film in the series yet. I loved it. Martial arts films don't get better than this.
- allan913, Monday, November 12, 2012
Not bad for it's genre. Delivers what you would hope for and not much else.
- Beefy, Thursday, June 3, 2010
Scott Adkin, the lethal Weapon XI in X-Men Origins: Wolverine) returns as Russian inmate Boyka in a spin-kicking, iron-fisted, ground-and-pound fury of martial arts mastery. Boyka, now severely hobbled by the knee injury suffered (am assuming from Undisputed 2) is no longer the feared prison fighter he was, and has been relegated to cleaning toilets. He longs to be back in the ring again to prove that he's still "worth something." Boyka's warden, Gaga (Mark Ivanir), who knows his abilities, enters him in the contest, and off they go to Georgia, along with fighters from North Korea, Croatia, Greece, France, Brazil, Columbia, and the U.S.A. Of Boyka's competitors, the main ones are "Turbo" (Mykel Jenkins), a well - oiled cocky American fighting machine, and Dolor (Marko Zaror), the tournament favorite from Colombia. Although the odds against him are overwhelming, Boyka endeavors to take on the syndicate his way. The fight scenes are incredible with the fighters practically killing each another in their bouts, with apparently very few rules and no holds barred. There is a referee involved, but I'm not sure what his function is except to stay out of the way of the fighters. This movie is a must see for all action fans and Scott Atkins kicks some serious butt with just one knee. "F**k cholesterol....winning makes me hungry!"
- xxdebxx, Wednesday, June 2, 2010