Undisputed III: Redemption
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Eight elite fighters--prisoners from maximum security prisons around the world--are brought together by a powerful underground gambling syndicate for a secret, survival-of-the-fiercest battle competition. The prize: freedom for the champion... and a payday of millions to the organizers. Except the syndicate really doesn’t plan on allowing anyone to walk free. Scott Adkins (the fearsome Weapon XI in X-Men Origins: Wolverine) returns as Boyka in a spin-kicking, iron-fisted, ground-and-pound fury of martial arts mastery. With the odds against him overwhelming, Boyka will take on the syndicate his way. If his gambit works, it might send the whole scheme crashing down around them.
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The movie takes place some years after LMS. Big, bad Boyka "the most complete fighter in the world" is now reduced to being "champion of the toilets" mopping up the prison's fecal matter. The nasty leg injury from years ago still plagues him. Boyka is denied parole due to his heinous crimes and won't be eligible for another 15 years. He realizes the only way he'll ever be free is to fight again or die trying. Boyka's chance at freedom comes in the form of a prison tournament featuring the best prison fighters from around the world. The winner gets his freedom and the crime syndicate hosting the fights earns millions of dollars. Of course things are never as they seem as the organizers have already chosen who they want to win.
I gave Undisputed II 5 stars. I would give this one 6 if I could. Boyka is a very interesting character and Scott Adkins again does an amazing job. What I think works so well in this movie is that you never really find out too much about the characters. It leaves you wanting more. Boyka's history is a complete mystery. We know Turbo (Mykel Jenkins) was accused of a double murder, but it seems he's innocent or at least that's what I believe. Mark Ivanir returns as the ever smarmy Gaga. You can't help but like Gaga, and hopefully he'll be back for IV. The acting in Redemption is much improved over LMS. Everyone is believable in their roles.
Many different styles of fighting are featured in this one and all the bouts are well choreographed. Adkins and Marko Zaror, as the extra creepy Raul Quinones, do an outstanding job during the fights and training montages. The action is top notch and never quits.
Buy this movie! It's the best $5 dollars you will ever spend on Amazon. I have seen it 6 times already, and it never gets old. I only wish there had been some extra content on the DVD like behind the scenes, bloopers, and commentary. I also wish they had marketed this movie better. Hopefully Undisputed IV will be in the works. There is still so much to learn about Uri Boyka. I want more in your face action!
Lots of great martial arts moves, decent story line, definitely worth watching.
so far this one and the second one are the best fighting movies in my opinion cause most MMA movies just have boxing,kickboxing,Muay Thai and just regular Brazilian jujitsu like in this movie it has each fighter with a different discipline's like dolor has wing chun,Bruce lee style. lateef has Capoeira.
Scott has a balanced style mixed with Muay Thai, Japanese jujitsu,judo and some karate in it judging from some the kicks when he fight's lateef
so yeah watch this movie i think its great in my opinion
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