Tekken: The Motion Picture (1998)





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This animated feature (based on a popular video game) concerns the violent consequences of a family feud between Heihachi Mishima, the son he abandoned, and the boy he is raising as his heir.
Action & Adventure , Animation , Anime & Manga
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ADV Films


Edi Patterson
as Jun Kazuma
Adam Dudley
as Kazuya Mishima
Gray G. Haddock
as Lei Wulong
David Stokey
as Lee Chaolan
John Paul Shepard
as Heihachi Mishima
Ellie McBride
as Nina Williams/Operator 3
Claire Hamilton
as Anna Williams/Operator 2
Lucy Faris
as Young Jun
Jacob Franchek
as Young Kazuya/Jin
Jessica Robertson
as Michelle Chang
Mark O'Brien
as Jack 2
Jessica Schwarz
as Jack 2's Little Girl
David Jones
as Narrator
Douglas Taylor
as WWWC Chief
Ken Webster
as Dr. Boskonovich
Peter Harrell Jr.
as Bruce Iervin
L.B. Bartholomee
as Thug 2/Competition Fighter
Gary Dehan
as Thug 3
Amy L. Gamber
as Operator 1
Rolee Rios
as Operator 4
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But not good enough. The king of iron fist tournament felt more like the king of iron fence tournament. Much of the movie seemed rushed. I liked it for the first 30 minutes, but then it sort of falls. A good watch and a good time waster, but all in all it didn't really hit the jackpot. The games are so much better. Even the story lines in the games too.

Robert Alley
Robert Alley

Not a good adaptation of one of my favorite game franchises. You cant just focus of the Mishima's story arc and not bring in the other supporting characters. And the voice acting was horrible. Hope they don't screw up the live action like they did with Dragonball.

Jason Watson
Jason Watson

Well the film does manage to have a complex story. Complex and utterly fucking stupid. Some guy is thrown off a cliff and sells his soul to the devil, there's a generic fighting tournament on some island where there are invisible dinosaurs and boxing kangaroos. There's also some sister rivalry and a robot trying to save a little girls life. All this in 60 mins...yes I did say invisible dinosaurs. It's too much to take in for non fans and not long enough for actual fans of Tekken. King and Armor King are by far the coolest yet just stand in the background. The animation is mediocre and conforms top far to many anime cliches resulting in hilarious moments of parody. There's some interesting stuff here but there are enough plot strands to fill an entire television series and as such there is no time for the fighting we all came to see.

Luke Baldock
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