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IMDb Rating 6.2 10 25198


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Fisher Stevens as James 'Ratbag' Kroycek
Michael Rooker as A.J. Mercker
Wesley Snipes as Monroe Hutchen
Peter Falk as Mendy Ripstein
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Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 6 / 10

That awkward moment when the Sequels are actually better..

When heavyweight champion George "Iceman" Chambers lands in prison, the resident gangster arranges a boxing match with the reigning prison champ. The Undisputed Series is probably one of the most weird Franchises ever made and the reason why it's because the original film was directed by Walter Hill (Red Heat, Bullet to the Head) and starred Wesley Snipes (Blade Trilogy), Ving Rhames (Mission Impossible Franchise) and Michael Rooker (Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1 and Vol. 2) and yet somehow it's a pretty forgettable movie to be honest. Just put this film next to 2,3 and 4 and you'll see what i'm talking about the movie doesn't have anything to be remembered by except the Cast and the Name, the characters are not that good, the boxing sequences aren't that impressive and even the soundtrack is just meh with some good moments only. They even turned the American anthem into a rap song for some reason, Peter Falk tries way too hard to be the next De Niro of this film and Ving Rhames is basically kinda of a bully and i gotta say i'm glad that they chose Michael Jai White for the sequel to portray George 'Iceman' Chambers he portrayed the character in a much much better way. The best part of the film is Snipes as Monroe Hutchen his character was likable and pretty much the entire saving grace of this film and i know that i sound like i hated this movie but i didn't i just founded a fine and forgettable boxing movie nothing more and nothing else. (6.1/10)

Reviewed by Richard Dominguez 8 / 10

Excellent Fight Movie

Damn This Is A Good Movie ... The Iceman (Ving Rhames) Is Stripped Of His Heavy Weight Title And Sent To Prison For Rape, Where He Runs Into the Prison Champion (Wesley Snipes) ... The Tension In The Movie Is Great As You Never Know When The Battle Will Begin ... The Great Peter Falk (Colombo) Is A Mobster In Prison On Tax Evasion And Arranges The Battle Of The Century ... Great Actors Squeezing In Great Roles And A Good Story Line Culminate In An Amazing Boxing Match (Much Like The Greatest 3 Rounds In Boxing History "Hagler Vs Hearns) ... Directed By Walter Hill (The Warriors) This Is A Great Movie For Fans Of Snipes, Rhames, Falk, Michael Rooker, Jon Seda, Fisher Stevens, Wes Studi And More Or Just Fight Fans In General ... On Top Of All That Snipes Character Portrays A Very Zen Philosophy That Is Rarely Seen In This Genre (Except For Some Of The Early Seagal Movies) ...

Reviewed by disastrousdallas 7 / 10

Just a place holder for the rest of the series

What can i say apart from after watching the sequels that were Direct to DVD, i was surprised, I came in expecting Rocky in prison and i got more than that.

Although Wesley Snipes and Ving Rhames are both Brilliant Actors on there own merits, they were both miscast in this film, Neither come off as convincing Physical fighters, both are better with weapons rather than hand to hand combat.

The most character development is in a minor character who has memory problems and can remember many historical fights, and he wants to see one more legendary fight before he passes, although he comes off more as a clone of Micky from Rocky than anything else.

The Fight scenes whilst entertaining and well edited lack when compared to later films in the series, they don't hold a shot long enough and cut away during most of the blows obviously showing that they've been faked.

Overall a great movie by it's own accord but when compared to it's sequels it's a mediocre film at best, but still a good watch if you're a fan of either of the top billed actors.

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