Undisputed III: Redemption [Blu-ray]
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The story: after his defeat by George Chambers, former prison fighting champion Yuri Boyka (Scott Adkins) is left unable to fight with a debilitating knee injury, but his warrior's spirit doesn't die. Rehabilitating himself, he earns both the renewed esteem of the warden (Mark Ivanir, Schindler's List) and entry to an international prison tournament where the prize is freedom.Read more ›
He succeeds, of course, and is packed off to Georgia where he meets his opponents. The brash American. The Brazilian capoeira expert. The North Korean tae kwon do expert. A Greek. A Croat. And, most to be feared, the Colombian(Mark Zaror).
The fix is in, of course. While all of the other fighters are forced to do hard labor, the Colombian - the fighter backed by the host prison - is left to live in relative luxury. While the others are denied basic food, the Colombian has drugs hand delivered by the warden.
ScottAdkins plays Boyka - the villain of the last installment - here as a gruff antihero looking for personal redemption. All the story stuff works as it should.
Scott Adkins ("Ninja", "X-Men Origins: Wolverine") returns as Uri Boyka, former prison fighting champion, who now has a bum knee after his crushing defeat at the end of "Undisputed 2". He wants Russian mob boss Gaga (Mark Ivanir, who makes a very welcome return) to enter him in the first international prison tournament where the grand prize is total freedom. Gaga refuses, knowing of his bad leg and absense from competition, until Boyka absolutely wastes the current Russian champ. Boyka then packs for the Republic of Georgia and the 8-man elimination contest. There are fighters from France, Croatia, Brazil, Greece, Korea, America, and the favorite, Columbian born Dolor (Marko Zaror, "Kiltro"), resident of the host prison. If the odds were not already stacked against Boyka, prison officials and mob bookies may have a few tricks up their collective sleeve to favor Dolor.
The fights? Awww, yeah!Read more ›
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this is not one of them.Actually this movie and ninja 2 are his best movies.This is just non stop martial arts action with great choreography.Published 1 month ago by M.B
Scott Atkins is amazing to watch in some of his movies. This one is good and even has a decent story line to it. A good watch.Published 2 months ago by Joseph M. Cone
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