Hollywood has kind of given up on the fight movie. Every now and then one slips past the guards and ends up on the big screen, but for the most part you have to dive into the Pacific Rim if you want to find a good, simple action movie that pits one man's fist against another man's face with no CGI malarkey to get in the way. Now there's nothing wrong with Asian fight films - I love me some Tony Jaa and Donnie Yen as much as the next guy - but the patriot in me wishes there were more American-made fight films worth talking about these days.
That's why it brings me enormous pleasure to be able to recommend to fellow fight film fans Undisputed III: Redemption. Now, I know what you're thinking: "But I haven't seen Undisputed one or two!" Doesn't matter. I think we all know that people don't turn to fight films for their understanding of Greek tragedies; they turn to them for the adrenaline rush of seeing badass fights between badass fighters. That's it. And let me tell you, Undisputed III has got some of the best bone-crunching throw downs around.