Tekken: Blood Vengeance

Tekken: Blood Vengeance

Set in the rich Tekken universe, Tekken: Blood Vengeance 3D follows Xiaoyu Ling, seasoned martial artist and high school student, tasked by the G Corporation to infiltrate an international school in Kyoto to gather information on the mysterious student Shin Kamiya. Before she can make any progress in the investigation, Shin is kidnapped by an unknown assailant. Digging deeper into Shin’s background in an attempt to rescue him, Xiaoyu learns about the frightening underbelly of the Mishima Zaibatsu. Jin Kazama, Kazuya Mishima… and the late Heihachi Mishima’s conspiracy that’s stained with blood.

Rival clandestine organizations use a schoolgirl and robot disguised as a schoolgirl to go undercover at a high school to gather information on a student named Shin Kamiya, a victim of secret genetic experiments and may hold the key to the M Cell. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tekken: Blood Vengeance torrent reviews

Alex K (es) wrote: Adam Sandler Was A Producer On This.

Samantha S (ru) wrote: Christian Bale is criminally underused in this movie, which is empowered strictly by the skill of Frances McDormand. I didn't like it but Frances McDormand is always superb.

Tim M (ag) wrote: Over two hours we follow the story of a 17th century violin as it travels from Italy to Austria, to England to China to Canada. Interesting story, well shot, but boring.

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Felipe F (gb) wrote: Memorable set pieces, catchy songs and Julie Andrews' enchanting performance help to elevate Mary Poppins, a Disney musical quite overrated.

Bert B (es) wrote: Surprisingly engaging and compelling.

GM W (ru) wrote: Sanctum, I saw this film way back in 2011, in the theaters when it first came out, in 3D. It was awesome in 3D, I eventually bought it on DVD, I recorded it on DVR when it was on TV, then I got it on Blu-Ray. Awesome movie, loved it!