Undisputed Reviews

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December 29, 2010
A forgettable prison boxing movie.
April 29, 2009
It's dead in the water before the climax.
December 6, 2005
January 7, 2005
As with any boxing movie or fight card, the main event doesn't come until the very end, and like too many pay-per-view packages the undercard is underwhelming.
September 20, 2004
We have no idea where these characters have been, so we don't care where they're going.
April 6, 2004
Too reliant on its already-dated "topicality" and listlessly coasting on a laundry list of prisonyard plot points.
July 25, 2003
A histria se desenvolve de forma curiosa, mas a luta final deixa a desejar.
June 27, 2003
In a better movie, we wouldn't feel compelled to choose which fighter to root for.
May 20, 2003
February 21, 2003
"Undisputed" could have been compelling, but it ultimately plays out as a standard prison action movie.
December 17, 2002
At 90 minutes this movie is short, but it feels much longer.
December 16, 2002
Undisputed barely rises above the ordinary, but it does combine action, prisons, and boxing, boasts a good cast, and throws in some undisguised sociopolitical commentary.
December 8, 2002
October 28, 2002
Can best be described as Animal House with bars, a fantasy musical maximum security joint.
September 26, 2002
With flashbulb editing as cover for the absence of narrative continuity, Undisputed is nearly incoherent, an excuse to get to the closing bout ... by which time it's impossible to care who wins.
September 6, 2002
[Hill] stretches credulity to the breaking point is in asking us to believe that there are actually two pro athletes in America who would have to stay in prison long enough that the arrangements for such a fight could be made.
September 6, 2002
Hill looks to be going through the motions, beginning with the pale script.
September 4, 2002
Gives us the option of choosing to root for either a vicious, unrepentant murderer or a vicious, unrepentant rapist.
September 1, 2002
August 30, 2002
Dispiriting and obvious. ...a potentially complex movie drained of all complexity, and a drama drained of all consequence.
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