Tekken: The Motion Picture

Tekken: The Motion Picture

A wealthy mogul organizes a world fighting tournament on an offshore Chinese island. His hated son in search for vengeance and a pair of cops investigating the real reason for holding the tournament, secretly join the fighters.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:57 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Japanese,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   remake,   hero,  

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Tekken: The Motion Picture torrent reviews

Letitia L (au) wrote: To me, the magic of this movie lies in its virtually perfect screenwriting. The premise, escalation, main character's final decision, were all masterful. Cotillard is great and believable in it, but the visuals of this film are understated and not the focus. Thank you Criterion Collection for introducing me to this film!

Brent S (es) wrote: Pretty good...has a really good cast.

Keith B (gb) wrote: the movie is so good they should make a another one

Lind B (es) wrote: I didn't grow up knowing the tv show or previous movies, but I really enjoyed it. It was a little long, but if much was cut out it wouldn't flow as well. Great and funny action movie.

Greg R (es) wrote: Didn't need to be made, and I'm not a fan of all the pop-songs in this sequel, but there are somethings that i actually liked. Nothing great, but It's not awful by any means.

Johnny B (kr) wrote: Focus on the story, man.

Alex r (it) wrote: Trekkies is a well crafted documentary that takes a look at the fan base of the famed TV show Star Trek. Fans of the shows are truly dedicated and follow the series feverishly. The series has been extremely popular for many years, but Trekkies showcases the dedication of the most diehard fans of the show. I really enjoyed the film, and thought it was a great glimpse into the fandom of Star Trek. Obviously some people may find these fans to be quite obsessive and with good reason, but the thing is, is that if you love something and you're interested in the subject, why not devote your time to something positive. Trekkies is a fun documentary, one that documents a truly interesting subject. For Sci Fi fans, this is a must seem, for viewers that are not used to the fandom, well you might want to pass this up. However if you're looking for a well crafted documentary to watch, definitely give Trekkies a viewing. The film is at times imperfect, but it exposes its subject perfectly, and with that being said, you can appreciate the dedication of the fans, even if you think they at times push the limits a bit too far. Trekkies is entertaining for what it is, and it gives you a glimpse into pop culture like you never seen it before. You'll surely enjoy this if you love a good documentary, but if you don't appreciate the Star Trek phenomenon, you may want to pass this up. This film features lots of interviews with fans and actors, and it goes at the heart of the culture of Star Trek. Trekkies is a fun film from start to finish.

Lee B (br) wrote: Why did I actually enjoy this waste of time?

Dave K (mx) wrote: With HMV's shelves bulging under the weight of post Shaun of the Dead zombie "comedies" and cheap Lock, Stock knock-offs, it would be easy to dismiss this little-known title as an unimaginative attempt to flog both decomposing horses. To do so would be both thoroughly understandable and completely erroneous. Cockneys vs Zombies is a pretty funny and very well thought out film.Beginning with the unearthing of a sealed tomb by construction workers in London, the film follows the unfolding zombie apocalypse through the eyes of a group of young cockney misfits and residents of an elderly care home. Despite sounding like your usual zombie fodder, the film contains a well written and genuinely touching subtext about the continuing plight of working-class people in London (the very people who are such an integral part of London's identity and appeal), who are being increasingly subjugated, relegated and priced out of the capital, as an increasing radius of the city becomes a high-cost, fantasy playground for tourists and young professionals. Matthias Hoene manages to pull this off to a standard that is every bit as effective as Romero's early films (and certainly better than his more recent efforts).There are some hilarious scenes and fantastic performances from a very well picked cast. Of special mention are rent-a-cockney Alan Ford, the immortal Honor Blackman and (especially) the late, great Richard Briars, whose comedic talents got one final chance to shine in what transpired to be his last film.I thoroughly enjoyed this film and would recommend it to zombie fans and non zombie fans alike.

Gabriel C (it) wrote: Edward Scissorhands brings Tim Burton and Johnny Depp together for one of the greatest actor-director collaborations.

Daniel M (ca) wrote: Jodie's performance is great, although this thriller is convoluted, and even a little nonsensical.

Sara C (ru) wrote: Was ok not bad but not amazing . Had some funny bits

Jamie A (fr) wrote: "There's a scene where a wolf tells Kevin James to mark his terrority, and it then cuts to James peeing in a bush at a party. If that doesn't sum up this movie then I won't know what will."