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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006JDW0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #67,276 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gabe Johnston on Nov. 14 2002
Format: DVD
Even though it is a rip off of Mike Tyson, except this guy actually gets in a boxing match in prison, it's not bad. It reminds me of Digstown with out the humor. It's a fun movie, but if you psychoanalize it enough you can see plenty of problems with it.
In my opinon: Kick back, relax, and be entertained. It will never be as bad as ID4 and the IMAC, or Signs and the aliens who come to a planet that is 75% water and they are alergic to water.
This is fantastic boxing film. Wesley Snipes doesn't play the character he normaly plays. Yes, he plays an action hero, but for the first time in a movie...he is fairly quite and soft spoken. The best thing about this movie, is that it builds up the anticipation of the big fight at the end. It doesn't just show a story then thow an ending at you. Their is a lot of plot that is built up to give you a great fight at the end.
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By Wayne the welder on June 27 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Really great movie. I saw this movie on tv the first time on a day of channel surfing and really enjoyed it
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By jj on June 23 2003
Format: DVD
Another Great Movie That Seems Made For TV. I Actually Was On The Edge Of My Seat The Whole Time Wondering Who'd Win. It's Violent And Has A Scene With Peter Falk Cussing Like A Sailor. Who Ever Thought They'd See That. Well Overall I Really Liked It And Would Love To Own It.
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Format: DVD
Let me begin by saying that I didn't buy this DVD but watched it on Cable. I'm writing this review to deter folks from buying the DVD. It was a waste of time completely. Had I gone to see this film in theatres I would've been disappointed immensely. The plot was so dumb. If Columbo could get Ving Rhames out of prison, why couldn't he get Wesley out, better yet why couldn't he get himself out??? How dumb is that? This should have been a tv movie at best, never hit the big screen. Rhames and Snipes are two decent actors, too bad they weren't allowed to show any acting abilities from this poorly written script.
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By E. Lee Zimmerman on May 4 2003
Format: DVD
UNDISPUTED had many things going for it.
Wesley Snipes plays 'The Champ,' a felon behind bars for life who finds primary solace in remaining undefeated in prison league bouts. Ving Rhames plays 'The Champ,' the world heavyweight boxing champion sent to jail -- ala Mike Tyson -- for allegedly raping a young woman in his company. Director Walter Hill has more than his fair share of memorable action flicks under his belt. Peter Falk (in a supporting performance) brings an aging Soprano-esque performance as a mafia don behind bars manipulating the two champs, Vegas odds, and the entire prison system to see that this fight goes on.
However, in the end, the viewer is awarded a message that was delivered in the film's first ten minutes: just because the world recognizes you as the finest athlete around doesn't mean you're destined to remain "undisputed."
Sadly, the film goes nowhere except when it spends time in the squared circle. Snipes and Rhames trade punches but, sadly, the script only gives them a handful of chances to trade barbs outside the ring. Had the two been given the opporunity to use their charisma outside of left jabs and right hooks, this film might've been elevated above standard prison action fare; as it is, it's just "unengaging."
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This film is very straightforward. The scene is a prison, which has regular boxing matches between the inmates. Wesley Snipes, who is serving a life sentence, is the undisputed champion. And then Ving Rhames, the real world champion, is accused of rape in a very similar scenario to that of Mike Tyson. He's sentenced to the prison too. Naturally there is conflict as the two men lock horns.
There are no surprises in this film as it builds to its inevitable climax, with Peter Falk cast as a Mafioso inmate who arranges a boxing match inside the prison walls. The acting is uniformly good. And the script well written. That's about the most to be expected from this kind of film.
Frankly, I rather liked it. Maybe because it didn't try to be anything but what it was. Therefore I give it a mild recommendation.
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Format: DVD
This is got to be the lamest movie I have seen in a while. During the entire viewing, you already know the two main characters are going to fight. But the movie tries to place some diversions to make you think "oh no, the warden is mad, now the fight isn't going to take place." Give me a break. Not to mention during the character definitions, you already know who is going to win the fight before the movie is even into the first 20 minutes. If you still feel to so compelled to watch it, I would recommend skipping the whole story (because there really is no story) and go straight to the fight. At least you can recover an hour of wasted life.
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When I first saw the previews for this movie I have to admit I was pretty excited. It looked like a potential action blockbuster with two pretty decent actors in Wesley and Ving playing opposite each other. I really, really wanted to like it.
Guess I can't get everything I want.
Ving is the World Champion boxer imprisoned for raping a woman. In the prison we find that there is an underground boxing world run by the guards and an old mobster. The champion in this world is Wesley. Naturally the movie builds to the final conflict between the two.
The movie was, at best, bad. I kept watching hoping to see something emerge from this mess and it didn't. The plot, or what little there was, was pure cliche and a bad one at that. Neither actor really invested anything in the characters, both of which were also pure cliche. Ving's was arrogant and over the top. Wesley's was a Zen warrior.
Don't waste your time with this one. If you want to see a "bad" boxing movie then Play it to the Bone with Antonio and Woody is much more entertaining.
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