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Tekken (Blu-ray + DVD)

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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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  • Actors: Kelly Overton, Gary Daniels, Ian Anthony Dale, Cung Le, Roger Huerta
  • Directors: Dwight H. Little
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 19, 2011
  • Run Time: 273 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,342 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Michael Seahorn on October 25, 2010
Format: DVD
If nothing else, "Tekken" gets in my good graces just for being what it is: a flashy and ultimately decent tournament-based martial arts movie bearing an impressive cast list. The film's eventual falling point, however, is that it's based on a video game series that's so much better than decent that I can't help but lament that it isn't as awesome as what I've been able to create on arcade screens for the past sixteen years. If judged solely on these latter disadvantages, my rating for this film would be lower, but in light of my genuine appreciation for the remaining content, I'm going to consider it from a rounder perspective and name it as one of the better adaptations out there.

Like in most video game flicks, the story suffers. It's played straight and high-tech, excluding all supernatural elements from the games and seriously watering down the triangle of contempt that serves as the canon plotline between the three main characters, Jin Kazama (Jon Foo, The Protector), Kazuya Mishima (Ian Anthony Dale, Mortal Kombat: Legacy), and Heihachi Mishima (Cary Tagawa, Mortal Kombat). The film takes place in a dystopian future where the Mishima-run Tekken corporation reigns supreme over a scarred earth and sponsors a regular fighting tournament to keep the masses entertained. After the death of his mother at the hands of the organization, Jin enters the tournament to avenge her while Kazuya plots the overthrow of his father.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Turner on August 15, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
It seemed that in the 90's tons of video games that were popular in the 80's were being turned into movies. It was a logical extension as there was tons of action taking place in each game and players were putting themselves into the middle of it. That is as long as the movies were based on first person action games and not things like Tetris. Most of those movies were popular enough with MORTAL KOMBAT going so far as to have a sequel, but the fad died off for a time. It's come back with a vengeance in the past few years and now yields TEKKEN based on the fighting game.

The year is 2039 and the world is ruled by corporations rather than governments. The old world fell some years back and the corporations filled the voice, taking over and controlling the masses. What was once the United States is now ruled by the largest corporation of them all, Tekken.

But things haven't changed with the exception of walls that divide one social class from another. Outside is a life of poverty and trying to survive, inside a world of luxury and technology. Protecting this way of life are the armed soldiers who rain down on the lower class should they try and move upward.

Jin Kazama (Jon Foo) is a young man who works the streets doing everything from stealing for the resistance movement to finding whatever it takes to survive. His mother Jun (Tamilyn Tomita) has done her best with him, training him in martial arts to learn the beauty of it more so than the power. But Jin still has much to learn.

When the Tekken soldiers raid the resistance and connect Jin to the latest tech theft, they set out to catch him. Their leader Kazuya (Ian Anthony Dale) makes the decision not to capture anyone in Jin's home but to blow it up instead with Jun and a few soldiers still inside.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on August 14, 2011
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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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Yu Narukami on January 23, 2013
Format: DVD
I love the tekken franchise, it has always been a pleasure playing them. I remember seeing the trailer for this, and I thought it looked awesome. So I had pre ordered it on blu ray/dvd/digital copy combo pack. Prior to this film, there was the hit tekken anime film from 1997.

Story: This film takes place in the future. Kazuya, Heihachi, Jun, and Steve Fox are older. The city is living under a marshall law, run by a military, and Jin is a skilled street fighter trained by his mother, Jun Kazama. After "Heihachi" fires a missle at jin's house, killing his mother, jin decides to join the Iron fist tournament. Jin wins an open fight call against marshall law. He is then known as the people's choice and is sent to the Iron fist tournament. Steve fox is guiding Jin through the iron fist tournament. The second and best fight of the film is Raven vs Eddie Gordo. Jin fights his way to get revenge on heihachi mishima, unaware that he is his grandfather, and kazuya is his father. Jin meets a sweet gal, Christie montero. The story is great, the concept is great, stays true to the game in every way.

Casting: Jin was casted perfectly, he has the hair, the tattoo, the body, the hoodie, and even the fighting style. Heihachi looks almost identical. Kazuya still has the scar on his face, he still has his sadistic side. Marshall law delivers some great fighting moves as he does in the game, good casting over there. Raven, again looks identical to the game, no joke. Eddie gordo, one of my favorite characters. Miguel roja, nice casting, looks like the character. Jun kazama looks great. Steve fox, he has aged because he is in the future, but he looks good. Sergei dragonov, another one of my favorite characters, well casted. Yoshimitsu, a master swordsman, looks awesome.
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