Tekken 2011 R CC

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The year is 2039. 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.

Starring:
Jon Foo, Kelly Overton
Runtime:
1 hour, 32 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Thriller, Action
Director Dwight H. Little
Starring Jon Foo, Kelly Overton
Supporting actors Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Ian Anthony Dale, Cung Le, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Luke Goss, Mircea Monroe, Tamlyn Tomita, Candice Hillebrand, Marian Zapico, Gary Daniels, John Pyper-Ferguson, Roger Huerta, Lateef Crowder, Anton Kasabov, Kiko Ellsworth, Louis Herthum, Jourdan Lee, Jonathan Kowalsky
Studio Anchor Bay Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars

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24 of 27 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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jerry baxter on August 27, 2013
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Show was very entertaining and funny. The plot was very close to the game and the characters were very close to the game. Highly recommend you watch it if you like the game, you wont be dissapointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HereWeGo on February 14, 2015
Format: DVD
This tekken film was just unwatchable. Why such a bad ratings ? Let me start off by saying that i've been playing tekken games since it's early stages and it was just bad mind you not as terrible as the sequel that followed, but still sucked none the less has it was not a tekken film. The storyline of this movie does not fit in the time line of the tekken video game series. There have been 6 tournaments so far & the movie does not adept any of them, but mixes up everything & makes a huge mess out of it. Everything is just misplaced. For example: jun kazama (jin's mother) dies in tekken 2, miguel caballero rojo joins tekken 6 to avenge his sisters death, sergei dragunov entered tekken 5 to infiltrate mishima zaibatsu lab, and eddy gordo enters tekken 3 to find the murderer of his father etc. In tekken, every character has his or her own purpose of entering the tournament. In this film the actors didn't even know what they were doing there. NONE of these actors fitted the shoes of their characters.
In conclusion I mainly thought this film sucked because it just doesn't bring justice to the tekken franchise or fanbase, it just brings a random action flick however i did like the sexy christy character she was a total stunna being the only good thing about this mediocre film.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tygoin on August 5, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
A different spin on the Tekken story line not horrible but far from . Impressed with some of the picks for some characters(Carey-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Heihachi, Jon Foo as Jin, and Kelly Overton as Christie), but disappointed in development of main and side characters. Definitely let down in the script, but this movie had potential. Reminded me of the the second Mortal Kombat.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hazel on May 22, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
I bought this movie at Movie Stop bc I had finally found it after waiting 2 years for it. The Tekken Movie is another one of those failed adaptions, right there with the Street Fighter movie, and Dragonball Movie. Much better than the Dragonball movie, but probably even with the Street Fighter movie. Complete lack of thought as far as the story is concerned. Not 1 reference to the Devil curse (Which can be excused). Kazuya Mishima has major character flaws. He is too whiny, and not nearly vicious enough to be the real Kazuya Mishima. Plus he has a goatee in this movie (O.O) wtf?! Heihachi Mishima was ok but yet more character flaws. He was a much more honorable man in the movie than he is in the games. In the games he is a bitter old man with a hatred for his son and grandson. Not the case in this movie. Jin Kazama was probably the better part of the movie. The outfits were all spot on, but relevance and character was lacking big time. Jin has a smaller build than he should have had which can also be excused considering it is supposed to be a younger Jin Kazama. You can tell its a low budget film as the entire Anvil part of the movie looks like stage props from a play. The only other issues I care to point out are Christie and Nina. Nina Williams has always been one of the 5 Star fighters in the games. She was always a pain in the ass to beat but Christie disposes of her like she is nothing. Unacceptable. Also Christie is not using Capoera like she, and Eddy Gordo use in the games. Eddy uses it in the movie but not Christie. Beside these great flaws in the movie, it was worth 1 watch but I am going to trade it in a movie stop. If you know nothing about the Tekken story then you will likely enjoy it, the fight scenes are excellent minus the fighting style mishaps. 2 Stars.
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