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Tekken [Blu-ray]

3.6 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Jon Foo, Kelly Overton, Carey-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Luke Goss
  • Directors: Dwight H. Little
  • Producers: Benedict Carver, Steven Paul
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Studiocanal
  • DVD Release Date: 2 May 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VD5RZW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 62,246 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The year is 2039 and the world wars have destroyed everything and territories are run by corporations. The mightiest of which is TEKKEN. In the midst of the ruined society, one warrior rises from the streets. A young man with street smarts and raw fighting skills who is driven by nothing more than vengeance must defeat the world’s most elite fighters in the greatest tournament ever known and become the “King of Iron Fist”.

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Format: DVD
This is a five-star movie for those who like to watch other people play video games. In our corporate run post-apocalyptic world, society has digressed to those who work for corporations and those who thrive off the black market in the slums. Jin, who has been taught marshal arts by his mother, is an excellent street fighter. When his mother is killed by the corporation, Jin, who was a side line player, vows revenge against the leader of the corporation Tekken. He then enters the Iron Fist competition as the "People's Choice" as a way to get access to the leader ("Death Race 2000").

The movie copied many memorable aspects of other fight/apocalyptic movies. It bares similarities to "Soylent Green," "Running Man," "Rollerball," and "Thunderdome." One fighter says, "Do you know where you're at? You're at [not Thunderdome] Iron Fist." Similarities between this and various "Rocky" films is also noticeable. The movie uses a heavy metal grinding music for its many fight scenes.

The movie takes a number of small twists as there are forces within Tekken that want Jin to succeed, but more powerful forces that want him dead.

Lines form other movies come to my mind: "Two men enter, one man leaves." "Luke, I am your father." "Get up Rock!" and "I'm not going to kill the Agorn."

The movie runs fairly cliche and is designed for a young teen (male) audience.

No f-bombs, brief sex scene, and was that brief nudity at the disco? Kelly Overton's butt crack.
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It could have been so much more, but ends up being neither awful nor brilliant, but just another average game tie-in with little love for the source material. Don't go expecting the original line up of characters or many characters at all form the massive roster, or even everyone's favourite Mr-kicky-death-hell Baek,, but do expect some gratuitous editing, nonsensical plotting and characterisation and lots of people hitting each other. Repeatedly. Which is why I bought it in the first place. It's a film based on a beat-'em up and you get exactly what you expect. Like Mortal Kombat, Streetfighter, Double Dragon and Dead or Alive before it, there is only so much that you can do with the genre. Dead or Alive was more fun, Streetfighter was more unintentionally funny (Jean Claude van Damme and Kylie Minougue version), Double Dragon more laugh out loud awful and Mortal Kombat had Christopher Lambert as a God. It's okay if you like this sort of thing, but it does try to be overly gritty and serious and loses some of the essential fun that is needed in these type of cross-overs. If the tongue was meant to be in it's bloodied cheek, I missed it.
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Poor story, even worse acting, terrible fighting scenes, the only thing good about this movie is Christies bum and you don't see much of that either. Not true to original game this is just a quick money rip off movie......
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I'm going to make this short and simple. The people who created this movie had no love or understanding for Tekken and it's characters at all. The film is shallow, generic and worst of all the characters are very poorly represented. Jin looks and acts like a little wimp, Kazuya is just a regular evil guy, who uses weapons to fight and Heihachi is just an old man who can't fight at all. Many of the important characters to the Tekken franchise aren't even there at all (Paul, King, Ling and Lei).

This movie will surely disappoint anyone who is looking for a good movie. Even fans will not enjoy this one. The people who gave it 4 or 5 starts are truly biased and don't know what the hell they're talking about.

Do NOT buy it!
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As someone who fondly remembers the 80's action movie style cheese of Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter, Tekken was a chore to sit through. Simply, it just isn't very FUN. The producers had to get in on that 'dark and gritty' action that helped The Dark Knight cross the $1 billion mark, but the end result is a city (Called Tekken City...) where the sun never comes out and everything is covered in video screens and neon lights. Most of the tournament takes place in a club that has 'Tekken, King Of Iron Fist' written on the back wall, in neon. The fighters themselves aren't fighting to prove they're the best, it's for the sake of the corporations backing them called things like Vectrocorp, shown on video screens in neon colours. And did someone mention Tekken Dollars, in completely serious fashion?

All those exotic environments from the game are referenced by a hologram of the stage that appears for 3 seconds before disappearing. What? Why?
Apart from Christie, all the fights are pretty generic and considering Tekken is about 80% grounded in reality that's very disappointing. I understand the lack of Hadokens in SF and the decapitation free MK, but when most of the fighters have distinctive styles like TKD, Judo, JKD, etc. it's very baffling to see it all brushed aside.

On top of the lack of fun, the guy playing Jin isn't good enough to carry a film, looks about 19 Years Old and the big twist is obvious to anyone who knows who Jin's parents were from reading the instruction manuals.

There's nothing particularly offensive, but it's all been done better in the past by MK and SF.
If you're after flashy fights in modern cinema check out any of Donnie Yen's vehicles such as Kill Zone, FlashPoint or Yip Man.
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