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  • Actors: Sean Faris, Maggie Q, Ray Park
  • Directors: Gordan Chan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: July 26, 2011
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004WSA4E8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,568 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Kyo Kusanagi (Sean Faris), his rival Iori Yagami (Will Yun Lee) and other stars of the Japanese video game sensation King of Fighters come to adrenaline-filled life in this butt-kicking martial arts extravaganza from ace action director Gordon Chan. The exciting fighting-tournament adventure also stars David Leitch as Terry Bogard, Maggie Q as gorgeous Mai Shiranui and Ray Park as the powerful criminal Rugal Bernstein.

Customer Reviews

Overall this is the first film I can proudly say I would not recommend you go out and watch even if your a fan of KOF.
R. Alvarez
I give the movie credit in the creation of a virtual world tournament and the attempt at a story line. deviation from the source is not a good thing.
Apollo Latimer
Characters: I don't really think the movie made that much of an effort to stay the least bit truthful to the actual characters in the game.
RPGer

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By RPGer on March 16, 2012
Format: DVD
I normally wouldn't take my time to write a review for something like this, but here I go. First off, I've probably seen every fighting game movie they've made, with the last 15 or so years at least (Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Dead Or Alive, Tekken).

Story: You're going to have to remember that the story for any video game movie is never going to be excellent, partially because the games themselves lack a solid story. The story of this is your basic bad guy steals powerful relics to release and evil power in order to take over the world. Cue the good guys have to find another relic in which they need to enlist the aid of a typical hero who doesn't think he's good enough.

Characters: I don't really think the movie made that much of an effort to stay the least bit truthful to the actual characters in the game. Terry is middle-aged, and they "try" to dress him like the Terry in the game towards then end, but he looks so way off. He's a guy in his 40's dressing like someone in his 20s. Plus there are only a handful of charcters in the movie. They talk about the tournament and all that, but it's the same 6 people fighting. Where's the tournament?! Oh, and since when does Mai start using lightning? Doesn't she use fire from her also missing fan?

Fighting: This is where, for me at least, most fighting games make up for everything else they lack. Sadly, this one fails on that aspect as well. It's as if they filmed the fight sequences with a hand-held camera. It's that shaky. You can't appreciate any of them because you get a headache just watching.

The only reason why I didn't give this movie 1 star is because I like some of the people in it. This is the first fighting movie, however, where I actually had to complete it in two spearate sessions because I got bored part way through.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on August 10, 2012
Format: DVD
The movie hits you with a bunch of stuff that normal people won't follow. There is a mirror,a shield, a necklace, a sword, and the real sword. These are all related in a story with too much information to follow. But don't worry. You don't have to. The story line is simpler than the complex explanation: Good guys fight bad guys.

People fight in games in an alternate dimension, that is made virtual with ear pieces. It combines magical ancient oriental artifacts with Bluetooth technology. There is also an evil spirit that can be let loose which will make the games real. Maggie Q fights in a short skirt with stockings. She dates a man who was a former champion. But is really not her boyfriend...

While the fighters are having a meeting, a man (Rugal, Ray Park) decides to bring a gun to a fist fight, runs off with the artifacts, and physically goes into that other dimension. The CIA is monitoring the activity. Maggie Q is instructed to go find a man who is in a mental institution, one where all you have to do is go up to the front desk and ask to speak to a patient and they unlock the door for you.

Rugal has taken control of the games and issued a challenge to all the remaining reality fighters, except they don't know they will be fighting with their own lives!

Once he beats up all the fighters, he gets the title "King of Fighters" for what it is worth. (What is that? Like a level 72 in WOW?) At this point, unless Rugal (I would have named Nigel) wins and rules the world, the plot is predictable. Maggie is not much of an old world traditionalist. She likes the "R" word: reason. Sean Faris plays the son of a former fighter (the man in the mental institution). He is into Zen and motorcycle maintenance. (Oh!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on October 5, 2011
Format: DVD
Yet another live-action version of long-running fighting game series, "King of Fighters" spends so much time telling us the back stories of the characters most uninitiated viewers including me do not care. What we (and avid fans of the original game) need is thrilling actions, but sadly the film fails to deliver them.

The film is about the "tournament" in an alternate dimension, where participants including Mai Shiranui (Maggie Q) battle with another fighter. It was supposed to be just fun, but not so any more when Rugal Bernstein (Ray Park) steals the relics - three treasures based on a Japanese myth - in order to use the powers of "Orochi." Battles of the fighters to stop Rugal begin.

Director Gordon Chan (Jackie Chan's enjoyable "Thunderbolt" and not-so-enjoyable "The Medallion") makes no attempt to bring any style or pace into the film. The film's mid-section is painfully boring with characters who keep talking about "Orochi" and things we don't really care. In the terribly choreographed fight sequences such talented players as Maggie Q and Ray Park are wasted because of the too quick cuts and the camera that refuses to stay still.

"King of Fighters" suffers from sluggish pace and bland actions. Martial arts combat scenes lack power and originality, worse than those in "Tekken." Bad acting doesn't help, and neither do cheap effects and production designs.
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By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was okay in some parts but overall it was a b movie for martial arts. had some CGI energy blasts and whatnot but overall cheap sets. some of it was good but i wouldnt care if I lost it. wouldnt really recommend it and I'm not usually one of those people who writes harsh reviews on movies. i generally like most movies. the trailer for this makes it seem better than it is
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