Lyon Gaultier is a deserter in the Foreign Legion arriving in the USA entirely hard up. He finds his brother between life and death and his sister-in-law without the money needed to heal ... See full summary »
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
Rocky has been holding the title as the heavyweight champion until he is defeated by a brutal challenger, and now must regain his fighting spirit through a big rematch, trained by an unlikely ally: his old nemesis Apollo Creed.
After iron man Drago, a highly intimidating 6-foot-5, 261-pound Soviet athlete, literally destroys Apollo Creed in an exhibition match, Rocky comes to the heart of Russia for 15 pile-driving boxing rounds of revenge.
Michael Jai White ("Iceman" Chambers) stated that despite being on screen rivals, he and Scott Adkins (Boyka) got along very well off camera because neither of them were method actors. "On camera, we'd have on our mean faces and be trying to intimidate one another. But as soon as the director yelled 'Cut!', we were back to talking about places to eat good salads." See more »
When George and Yuri first meet in prison, after George spills water on Yuri's face he tries to trip him with a bench. There is a low angle shot of Yuri coming up to the bench and kicking through it. On the next high-angle shot of the kick George is nowhere to be seen, whereas he should be within feet of the bench. See more »
[after learning that Markov has left George out in the snow for days]
I told you to do nothing, nothing, without asking me first.
Shut the fuck up! If anything happens to him, I will strip you naked and hang you by the balls from the watch-tower. Open the door!
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As a martial art practitioner I want to assure the audience that the movie will like to those of you who expect to see a really tough fight! Even this time the creators made the fight scenes even more interesting, mainly because this time you will see not only clear boxing (as the previous "Undisputed"), but also you'll see very exciting moves by kicks, knees and even grappling. This time Chambers, unlike, the previous part, will have to face much more devastating opponent in the person of the Russian prisoner Yurii Boika, whose character will take your attention from the beginning of the movie with his splendid moves on the ring. In my opinion the character is created perfectly for the atmosphere of the movie.
Those of you who'll watch the movie, expecting something as good as the first part, wont be disappointed at all just because the director presents one well known of the audience Jorge Chambers. In that movie he is the same tough and proud guy, who, becomes clearly, that if you try to tell him what to do, he would crush at least your nose. Namely that side in the Iceman's character, to be proud, fighting for his honor, made him one of my favorite characters I've ever seen.
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