I started watching this film wasn't expecting much from it but it was just surprisingly good! I especially love the music and editing especially the camera work, all the slow mo and "shaky-cam" weren't over done but rather put together in a graceful yet exciting manner, got to love a movie that can convey the heart of a fighter from the screen to its audience - and this is often rather difficult to pull off, prime example of such failure can be seen in movies like "fighting", for instance. I'm thoroughly surprised and impressed and would recommend it to anyone who like fight movies! Be warned though this movie does contain quite a bit of violence (obviously...) and a fair bit of nudity - and i'm definitely not complaining..AT ALL!
Unrivaled (2010) 720p YIFY Movie
Unrivaled is a movie starring Hector Echavarria, Steven Yaffee, and Nicholas Campbell. The best fighter in the world works two jobs. The only problem... he doesn't know he's the best. Ringo Duran, the son of Gracie Duran, a famous...
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The Synopsis for Unrivaled (2010) 720p
The best fighter in the world works two jobs. The only problem... he doesn't know he's the best. Ringo Duran, the son of Gracie Duran, a famous Argentinian kick boxer, works two jobs to make ends meet. His passion, full contact fighting. His goal, fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a professional fighter. Ringo has put off attempts at a professional career for so long he has nearly succumbed to age. When the Maximum Cage Warrior(MCW) league, the preeminent full contact fighting promoters, announce a competition to select the best undiscovered fighter, Ringo's friends urge him to join. Ringo, once again, claims he is not ready. Even KARA, Ringo's love interest, pushes him to join, but Ringo resists. Will he fulfill his life long dream and continue his mothers legacy? Will he be the best fighter in the world?
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The Reviews for Unrivaled (2010) 720p
Thoroughly surprised about how good it was!Reviewed byxxZirusxxVote: 7/10
I really enjoyed this movie. I put this movie on as something to fall asleep to but it turned out to be a really interesting movie. Unrivaled is a great movie. With lots of action and a great story line. I can't wait to see what movie Hector Echavarria comes out with next. The one thing that I do wish they had done in Unrivaled is add more information in regards to Ringo Duran's mother and what happened to her. They don't have much information about her and I think it would have made things a bit better to be able to know more information on the mother of one of the best fighters. Other then that I think Hector did an excellent job and think that he will continue to produce and write some of the best martial arts films that we will see for quite some time. Maybe he will also have the chance to act with some of the other famous martial arts actors?
Each and everyone of Hector Echavarria's movies that I have seen so far as exceeded my expectations on all accounts.
This can't really be described as a movie, it's more a collection of music videos with terrible acting, fairly average fight scenes and stupid amounts of female nudity.
The storyline is the standard underdog story and, although it's not very original, it could of made a half decent sports movie if the acting was better. The main thing which annoyed me was the terrible direction, apparently the director began in music videos and it really does show; heavy rock songs have to play out from start to finish even if it means six minutes of watching a naked woman gyrate. Don't get me wrong, I'm a teenage boy and I'm usually up for a bit of nudity but at least make it relevant to the storyline rather just trying to stretch the running time.
The cinematography really ticked me off, in most films all the scenes are recognizably from the same movie, in this the look of the film is constantly changing and it doesn't work. One minute one minute you're watching a stylized fight scene, the next you're watching a brightly lit daylight scene with fast shaky cam action, where's the consistency?
This film was obviously made on a small budget (it's often obvious the fighting's being filmed in a cage surrounded by an audience of 8 people) so why waste time and money doing 360 swivels round buildings etc...
Don't even bother watching this, the fight fight scenes are less than average, if you want to see a good low-budget fighting movie watch "Blood and Bone"!