Undisputed

 (2002)


  • User Rating 23 votes
  • Critics Rating 24 critics
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User Reviews

serious wesly snipes a boxer
Dec 25, 2008
tylhend - yahoo.com
worst movie ever.. for boxing.. skinny guy wins. not a true boxing movie it hollywood! Grimes let him do that movie.. sux'd if that fight was really it would have been a B rank but it gets F for unreal stupid... Full review
I think the plus comments here are written by steroid abusers.
Mar 04, 2008
SergeantDudfoot - imdb.com
I'm sorry if that comes across as harsh but this film is a complete mess, both in the editing room and to the bewildered acting from some usually tidy performers. The plot is a straight forward one that doesn't call... Full review
I think the plus comments here are written by steroid abusers.
Mar 04, 2008
RockySullivansRedemption - imdb.com
I'm sorry if that comes across as harsh but this film is a complete mess, both in the editing room and to the bewildered acting from some usually tidy performers. The plot is a straight forward one that doesn't call for... Full review
Almost Perfect
Nov 15, 2006
highc_13 - yahoo.com
This movie is probably one of my favorite wesley snipes movies.....it would have been better had there been more of a detailed backround for his character... Full review
the greatest movie ever
Mar 12, 2006
jwatson364 - yahoo.com
this is the greatest movie ever. it should have been movie of the year when it came out u i loved this movie grea... Full review
Wesley Snipes is Great as The Champ of Prison!
Mar 12, 2006
ladytink_534 - yahoo.com
I thought it was pretty good. I really like Wesley Snipes as Monroe Hutchens, but didn’t feel sorry for Iceman Chambers (Ving Rhames) at all because he’s really full of himself and seemed very capable of doing what he was accused... Full review
'They call me the champ'
Mar 12, 2006
apollocreed85 - yahoo.com
This movie had everything, a great story, excellent acting, and good visuals. Ving Rhames gives a strong performance, while Snipes stays kind of quiet. The highlight of the movie would be where Monroe K.O.'s the 'Iceman' in the 5th round. People... Full review
When heavyweight champion of the world James "Iceman" Chambers is found guilty of rape of a showgirl he is sent to a new prison in the Californian desert where they send all the more unsavoury prisoners to avoid contaminating those... Full review
Directed By Walter Hill ?
Jan 14, 2006
Theo Robertson - imdb.com
As soon as this prison movie starts you realise it was directed by a young inexperienced director who has been influenced by rap videos on the MTV channel and multiple viewings of OZ . As soon as a character is... Full review
Why should I care?
Jan 12, 2006
zinvicta - imdb.com
I watched this movie on FX last night and the further along I got the only thing I kept asking myself is why I was watching it and why should I care for any of the characters in the movie.... Full review

Critics Reviews

| Dec 17, 2002
DVD Town
The movie provides a good "what if" premise. Undisputed" barely rises above the ordinary, but it does combine action, prisons, and boxing, boasts a good cast headed by Wesley Snipes, Ving Rhames, and Peter Falk, and throws in some undisguised sociopolitical commentary, making it a decent ninety-minute rental, if nothing else. ... Full Review
| Dec 17, 2002
DVD Town
boxing, boasts a good cast headed by Wesley Snipes, Ving Rhames....were trained by the best experts in the field, their scenes of combat are unconvincing..... ... Full Review
| Sep 05, 2002
Christianity Today
Undisputed is a good-looking film, but it could have been much better with the right chemistry between the two stars. A heavyweight boxing champion (Ving Rhames) is sent to prison for rape and butts heads with the prison's notorious fighting champion (Wesley Snipes). ... Full Review
| Aug 30, 2002
Salon
Aug 30, 2002 | It's a special talent, and one that's underappreciated these days, to be able to make a good B movie. There's no shame attached to making old-fashioned genre entertainment, and "Undisputed" would feel much more right and natural if it had been treated as exactly that. ... Full Review
| Aug 23, 2002
San Francisco Chronicle
Still, the script can go only so far -- not only are there no surprises but there also can be no surprises -- so that for all of Hill's effort, "Undisputed" still seems routine, and its hold on the audience is casual. The character touches throughout "Undisputed" are a cut above the ordinary. ... Full Review

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