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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Undisputed cinematronic
  director

Walter Hill

cast

Wesley Snipes, Ving Rhames, Peter Falk, Michael Rooker, Jon Seda, Wes Studi, Fisher Stevens

year

2002

rating rating cinematronic
  Director Walter Hill, famed for crackling, violent B-movies such as "Streets of Fire," comes across with his latest burst of testosterone. It's almost a sure-fire proposition, since its central conflict involves charismatic actors Wesley Snipes and Ving Rhames pounding the stuffing out of each other. And they hit the mark. Taking a cue from the real-life travails of boxer Mike Tyson, "Undisputed" gets going when an undefeated heavyweight champion (Rhames) is convicted of rape and sentenced to a stint in a maximum-security prison that just happens to have an intramural boxing program — complete with a caged ring adorned by barbed wire. The prison's own undefeated champ (Snipes) has something to prove, so it's inevitable that the scrappy amateur will meet the thuggish pro in a vicious display of pugilism. An imprisoned, geriatric mob boss (ornery Peter Falk) arranges the unsanctioned bout; the oddsmakers go wild; and the climactic brawl doesn't disappoint. The "B" in this B-movie stands for ballsy.  
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