Boyka: Undisputed IV (2016)
In the fourth installment of the fighting franchise, Boyka is shooting for the big leagues when an accidental death in the ring makes him question everything he stands for. When he finds out the wife of the man he accidentally killed is in trouble, Boyka offers to fight in a series of impossible battles to free her from a life of servitude.
Now many people (rightfully)say this kind of story is been done so many times. However the previous installments built up the character of Uri Boyka so well in characteristics & abilities we can't help but be involved in his current goal for redemption.Good performances -especially Scott Adkins, whos character Boyka is already a cult favorite- along with fight sequences that are even more inventive than the previous films make this a worthy addition after Undisputed 2 & 3. The only criticism I have is the beating & injuries Boyka receives near the end are a long stretch in terms of survival, but I'm giving it a pass because I enjoyed this flick a lot.Boyka: Undisputed is definitely worth the buy!
What I liked most about this movie is the fighting scenes, they were so real, and Boyka's performance was awesome. This movie had twists, and a meaningful ending, not much of a unique story but it served the purpose. I wasn't a big fan of Boyka but I needn't that to like this movie. I watched it with my friend and we both liked it.7/10
This movie is the 4th installment in this amazing fighting franchise it was of great experience where we get to see a soft side of Boyka from his usual ruthless aggression which makes the viewers see a good side of him. So the movie starts in a way we see he is trying to get into the big leagues that's when he causes a death by accident then after that follows the whole events with accordance to that incident. Am not going to explain more as it will ruin the movie don't want to be a movie spoiler. Scott Adkins is back as Boyka for the 4th time he did justice to his role yet again with some amazing action sequences. The story has not been repeated of course the ending is predictable but each scene keeps us at the edge of our seats I have enjoyed all the installments till now and the heroine was also really good with her acting skills .So it's good for a one time watch. Rated R for brutal violence and language throughout. The movie is directed by Todor Chapkanov. The writers were Boaz Davidson and David N. White. The movie was shot in Bulgaria. Notable acting Scott Adkins (Boyka) known for his acting in the movies Doctor Strange, The Expendables 2 and The Bourne Ultimatum Teodora Duhovnikova (Alma) Alon Aboutboul (Zourab) known for his acting in the movie The dark knight risesGenre: Action, Crime and Thriller My Rating: 8/10
I'm still a bit puzzled by the rating at the top of the page. That rating was the reason I decided to watch the movie in the first place. Sadly the movie was even worse than the previous ones. The sounds of the chanting crowd is edited in so bad, it made me cringe. Punches and kicks are missed by a mile, but still sound like bone shattering hits.I should have known better, but I got fooled once again by an IMDb rating that seems to be affected by people who have something to do with producing the movie, or haven't watched it themselves. There's no way a production like this should get the high ratings and positive reviews it does.