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Undefeatable

4.2 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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With the help of a police detective, a martial-arts expert tracks the serial killer who victimized her sister.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Cynthia Rothrock
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Henstooth Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 16, 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0024F08FQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,855 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Undefeatable" on IMDb

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Format: VHS Tape
This is an instant cult classic. They tried their best to make the movie serious, but no prevail. It stars Don Niam ( Stingray ) a ruthless serial killer with a troubled past who is obsessed with his Mommy. He participates in death matches and because of his uncontrolled rage he beats his wife. His wife leaves, tired from the abuse. From that moment on he goes on a rampage killing every woman with a flower dress because he thinks it's his wife Ana or his Mommy? The rest is a suprise... Filled with action, cheesy acting, and lines you repeat over and over with friends. LOL! Enjoy with a large body of friends.
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By A Customer on July 17, 1999
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If you're in the mood to watch a no holds barred action/martial arts flick,sit back and endeaveur Cynthia Rothrock kicking all manner of butt in a highly enjoyable stuntfest.
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Martial Artist throughout the world now Cynthia Rothrock (one of two non-Asian Queens of MA) who is well know for combining Chinese Martial arts with Karate. If you ever attended a B, AA or AAA martial art tournament on the west central west or east coast worth anything she was there. I met her and Keith Cook at two of these events when I was an (Hung Gar/ Tang Lang) exhibitionist in the late 1970's until mid 1980's.

I can honestly say few people know about the Hung style (except of watching Shaw Brothers movies). Nor are people familiar with several of the Hung systems subdivisions. let's meet Sifu Don Niam. Sifu Niam is a master of Hung Fot Kung Fu (10 animal system) which is one hardcore subdivision. If you are familiar with Hung Gar (5 animal-5 element system), Hung Kuen or even Choy Li Fut (5 animal systems) you will be entertained by this movie. Although a "B" rated movie it delivers in power and shows you that this system was designed to be fluid as well as take and deliver punishment. The acting of Sifu Niam and Sifu John Miller (who is also a Hung martial artist) both need a lot of work. I guess that's why Sifu Niam is not well known except for in the MA cult classic world. However if you like action, this movie delivers. Also, for people who know the true meaning of WuShu and Kung Fu you will understand why I didn't say Gung Fu (which is the correct term for southern systems) - Except can be interchangeable for systems which incorporate northern and southern techniques i.e. Wu Shu Wu meaning 'martial' = techniques/skill and Shu meaning 'art' of war/fighting
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By A Customer on February 28, 1999
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I really enjoy watching movies of all sorts but I really enjoyed the characters within UNDEFEATABLE. Stingray (Don Niam) kept me glued to my seat wanted to see what he would do next in his journey to find Ana. Cynthia Rothrock couln't have done a better job. Her martial arts skills added to the magnificent fighting scenes that we all only wish we could do. The Red heads in the movie were to die for. So, I really encourage anyone who enjoys a good well rounded movie to get this and e-mail me to let me know what you think.
A satisfied viewer, Chris
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Ok, I'm going to make this as simple as I can because I'm sure everyone has already said the same things over and over
"The acting sucks!"
"Dialogue is horrible!"
"Whats with the writing?"
"Why can't they stop yelling when they fight?"

So I'll just tell it to you straight. This movie is the best/worst movie of all time. It has so many parts that are genuinely entertaining (fighting) and mindbogglingly bad (dialogue) that it manages to be more entertaining every time you watch! The production quality is so bad that its hard to call it a B movie, more like a C or something. The performances are solid from Donna Jason, Cynthia Rothrock and Don Niam, but the main guy who plays Nick DiMarco (forget the actors name) cannot act his way out of a cardboard box. He alone is hilarious from his wooden performance to his final "Yeah. C'ya!"

Ok let me try to get it across on a simple level that bad movie lovers will understand. If I had to compare it to other bad movies it would be like this: Troll 2 is entertaining because its so "what were they thinking" stupid, Samurai Cop is entertaining because its train wreck bad, but Undefeatable finds such a tight balance of every negative in film that its been reversed and ends up being an entertainingly awesomely terrible film that EVERY B movie lover should own.

If you have not bought this movie yet then there is something wrong with you. Get it. GET IT NOW!!!
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With lines like "They're all a bunch of crackheads!", how can this movie not be taken seriously?? I must say, if you want to see a good movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then don't rent this. Rent "Moonwalker" with Michael Jackson, but for God's sake, not this. Even the Pee Wee movies have more suspense than this!
But if you want to honestly say to all of your friends "I've just seen the worst movie of all time.", then rent it. Stingray (Dahnny Niam) had to be the funniest part in the movie, because he has crazy hair and broad shoulders!! Oh yeah!! Rent this!!
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Yes, this is THE Undefeatable, one of the best cheesy movies ever made. Godfrey Ho's modern day masterpiece. The acting is beyond horrible, and the way the actors deliver their lines is bound to cause laughter.

The movie starts off with a woman talking to her psychiatrist about her abusive husband Paul. She says Paul used to be a mechanic but has changed since he became a fighter. He fights in death matches and thinks he is undefeatable. Paul is nicknamed Stingray. He gets home one day and sexually abuses his wife. She finally leaves him and Stingray goes crazy. He starts kidnapping any woman that has a flower dress and red hair like his wife. The cops start to take notice after finding the women dead. There are a lot of clues, but these cops are not the brightest people. Ray Niam, an unknown actor to me, plays the cop that is investigating the murders.

Cynthia Rothrock is a gang member who fights on the street to earn money. She has a job as a waitress but needs the extra money to pay for her sister's college tuition. Her sister just so happens to have red hair and wears a flower dress. She is kidnapped and killed, and Rothrock teams up with the cop to take down the killer.

The fight scenes are not too bad. Stingray is hilarious. He is very muscular, kind of looks like Michael Douglas, and has a crazy mullet fro thing going on. His acting is so bad that he comes across as being mentally handicapped. He is not believable at being scary, but he is still a lot of fun to watch. His movements are very akward and his facial expressions had me bursting out with laughter.

The first fight scene introduces Ray Niam as the cop. This guy is a horrible actor.
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