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Undisputed II - Last Man Standing (2007)

Scott Adkins , Michael Jai White , Isaac Florentine  |  R |  DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Eli Danker, Ben Cross
  • Directors: Isaac Florentine
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000K7UC2Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,793 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Undisputed II - Last Man Standing" on IMDb

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  • Commentary by director Isaac Florentine and stars Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins
  • Behind-the-scenes featurette

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Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing (DVD)

Michael Jai White replaces Ving Rhames in Undisputed II: Last Man Standing, a sequel to the 2002 Undisputed, in which a heavyweight champion boxer is sent to prison as a ruse to get him to fight a champion pugilist on the slammer circuit. White is serviceable as "Iceman" Chambers, this time arrested in Russia (framed for drug possession) and sent to hard time in a horrible prison. There Iceman resists efforts to convince him to fight a champion kickboxer (Scott Adkins), but the system is determined to break him or get him to cooperate with the plan. This brutal adventure is pretty much by-the-numbers as follow-up features go, but it is generally exciting, and martial arts buffs will certainly enjoy the taut action sequences. --Tom Keogh

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
By morgoth
I wish that I could fully describe how great this movie is but I will try. If you are a fan of B-movie martial arts flicks then you will know this storyline well. It is your typical prison movie where they have kickboxing matches between the inmates. What makes it stand out from the rest of the pack is that it is the most groundbreaking martial arts movie I seen in a very long time. It has a ton of top notch Hong Kong action type of moves, new, inventive ones I might add, but the mixed martial arts incorporated into the fighting is equally impressive. There has never been a definitive movie that showcased MMA properly. 'Undisputed 2' does not take a Ken Shamrock fight move by move and shoot it on screen, but the realism in the fights cannot be matched by any other movie. Spinning back kicks come out of nowhere. Leg, arm, and ankle locks are worked seamlessly into the fights without cutting frames or using trick editing. It has numerous techniques applied and you will watch this over and over just so you can take it all in. There is a bit of undercranking and some film tricks are used, but no wires, and some of the moves being pulled off are jaw dropping. A fantasy film for fight fans and it has the most realistic yet stylishly choreographed one on one fights imaginable. J.J. Perry has to be mentioned for choreographing these brilliant fight scenes making it look like an event you would actually pay to see.

Michael Jai White from 'Tyson' and 'Spawn' stars as the current boxing champion who gets framed while working in Russia and goes to prison. He actually takes on the role that Ving Rhames played as George "The Iceman" Chambers in the first 'Undisputed' but this movie is pretty different. The prison is owned by the mob who hold illegal UFC types of fights.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars superb May 21, 2007
just like every other reviewer here, i was surprised by how good this movie was. i was in awe while watching how quick these fighters moved and i was extremely glad that someone recommended this to me because i wouldn't have even thought twice about it.

not much to say about the plot other then it has been done to death by other movies. don't let that discourage you, it's still well worth a watch. the only thing that i wished was different was that it wasn't a sequel to the first undisputed. the character differences of Iceman were unbelievably noticeable and that is why i would like to make it clear that i rated this movie as a movie all on it's own, not as a sequel. there were no references to the first one and if it weren't for the name of the champ as well as the movie title, you wouldn't even know they were one in the same.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A sequel that out does the original February 5, 2007
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Not often do sequels come out better than the original especially when you're talking about B-Movies but this film is the exception to the rule. I rented it and I swear I didn't want to give it back. This movie shows that you can have good action fighting without biting the Matrix. If you like fight flicks then you'll love this one. I'm sure this will become an underground classic.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars better than the first undisputed December 12, 2006
michael jai white performed an amazing role in this feroucious fighting movie. although a quite cliched jail fight screenplay, but he played so well and so convincingly sincere that made this movie one of the best boxing and martial art mixture movies ever made. added up with tony yaa's two great movies, 'ong bak' and 'the protector/honor to the beast', together these three movies viewed in 2006 have been a great satisfying pleasure.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kicks You in the Face and Leaves You Begging for More December 21, 2012
By TXGal
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I grew up watching every Jean-Claude, Chuck Norris, and Steven Segal movie of the 80's and 90's. If it had action in it, I watched it. I recently saw Expendables 2 and got a bit nostalgic. I was very impressed by the fight scene between Jason Statham and Scott Adkins even though it was short. I liked Adkins' fighting skills, and that made me think of all the stars I mentioned earlier. I wasn't familiar with his work, so I got on Amazon and found Undisputed II. Now I'm even more impressed with Adkins skills.

I never saw the first Undisputed and it's not necessary for the story. Michael Jai White is George Chambers a former boxing champ who gets set up and thrown in a Russian prison to fight against "the most complete fighter in the world" Uri Boyka, played by Scott Adkins. People outside the prison place bets on the fighters. The mob owns the prison and is losing money since no other fighter can beat Boyka. They're counting on Chambers to turn their fortune around.

The story may seem like it's been done before but not with this kind of action. The fight scenes are gold. Adkins is truly amazing and steals the spotlight. All of his moves left me in awe. If you're a fan of MMA or action movies, see this movie now!!! I can't believe it took me this long to find this movie. The DVD has some extra features including commentary while the movie plays. I was willing to pay much more for this movie but got it super cheap on Amazon. There's no excuse for not owning this one. I plan on watching it again with the commentary even though I just watched it yesterday. Yes, it's that good!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Overall pretty good, but not as good as the original February 26, 2010
This movie is actually pretty good for a sequel, as most sequels usually range from bad to terrible. The main focus and forte of this movie are the actual fight scenes, as both of the main stars in this flick do really have martial arts skills and use no doubles in any of the fight scenes (save for the dining area brawl where the two guys crush a table). As a result, the fight scenes are really cool, but for me the fighters lack the personality and charisma of Wesley Snipes and Ving Rhames in the original (who are mainly actors and not real boxers, of course). Still, there are some fine supporting performances in this sequel given by Ben Cross and Eli Danker.

The story line is kind of weak in places. For starters, George Chambers comes to the prison as strictly a boxer, and within a few weeks of training by an old inmate (at least that's the timeline I inferred), he's ready to kickbox toe to toe with the undefeated champ--ehh, not likely! Also, when Chambers makes a deal with the head mobster, he demands that all the prisoners that were banished to stay outside in the cold be given brand new, expensive coats to wear to keep warm. Hello--how about demanding that they be brought back inside? What's the point of keeping them outside if they're going to stay warm in their coats?? Save some money!

Which brings me to my other nitpick...Chambers' character and personality changes too much between the beginning and end of this movie. At the beginning, he has the same chip (boulder) on his shoulder attitude as Rhames displayed in the first movie, rude, crude, and obnoxious... "F--" this, "F--" that.
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