Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing

Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing

Sequel to the 2002 film. This time, Heavyweight Champ George "Iceman" Chambers is sent to a Russian Jail on trumped-up drug charges.

Heavyweight Champ George "Iceman" Chambers forced to fight for his life in the brutal world of Russian prison boxing. Imprisoned in Russia and forced to rely on his street-fighting skills as a means of surviving, Chambers soon discovers that in the unforgiving Russian penitentiary it's one's willingness to break the rules - not play by them - that could mean the difference between life and death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing torrent reviews

Rupa B (it) wrote: I liked it! The plot wasnt anything new but I found the characters and the relationships interesting. The weed-dialogs were funny. (And Ashley Johnson's gorgeous!)

stefn birgir s (ca) wrote: The loss of Divoff killed the franchise.

Jess i (ru) wrote: ITS REALLY GOOD!!!!!!!!!

Suanne L (us) wrote: 3 men one women, love, hate, jealousy...

Brandon S (au) wrote: All of the brilliance in this film comes from Levinson's passion and the fascinating premise. What sinks all of that is the poor pacing and Samuel L. Jackson's horribly hammy performance that doesn't really strike any kind of intrigue or mystery.

Kay L (us) wrote: Pretty funny. Surprising this never made it on my radar sooner.

Jenna I (mx) wrote: A very sober follow up to Thunderball, You Only Live Twice shines best in its theme song and it's basically downhill from there. I admit I had a hard time staying concentrated on this one, a whole lot of talk and not enough action. It wasn't bad, but it felt like it would have been more exciting had I never heard of anything Japanese and this was my first exposure to the culture or something. It had that weird touristy vibe, like it was banking hardcore on people being really fascinated by Japan (in lieu of the whole space rocket plot!!![????]) to make up for the mish-mash plot. I will say, at least for a 60s movie it stars actual Japanese people, shock and awe.

Jonathan P (au) wrote: Bruce Willis seems a bit out of place but Harts War is still a good film.

Jim S (mx) wrote: Just rewatched this crazy film and I have to admit that I still like it as much as the first time I saw it many years ago when it was first released. It's wild and wacky fun with great characters, cheesy effects and Lisa Marie as the "Martian Girl" is a standout classic.

Cthonus C (it) wrote: Cerebral puzzler which never quite manages to engage despite the stallwart cast.