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by Patch871 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:01 am
Jordan Mishima wrote:You seem to be a good guy but what the **** are you talking about ? The tekken movie was great.Only bad was that the story wasn't the same but this happens in every game.It was a nice movie
by ComicCollecterNL » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:04 amFinal Fantasy XIII is good too! I'd like to a movie from this one!
by Patch871 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:11 am
ComicCollecterNL wrote:Final Fantasy XIII is good too! I'd like to a movie from this one!
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by dr_DOOM69 » Tue Sep 28, 2010 8:18 pmI voted YES!
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by R103-Delphinus3 » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:19 pmThe film story should be based on Tekken2 since It's the most serious out of all, and the most epic obviously.
by ComicCollecterNL » Wed Sep 29, 2010 1:13 amI think this a good opportunity to put things right. The motion picture of Tekken (anime) is based on the Tekkens at hand at that time. With so many new characters I'd say it's time to make a restart, what Tekken is all about, and, as posted earlier, with limited number of major.
by Patch871 » Wed Sep 29, 2010 5:51 am
R103-Delphinus3 wrote:The film story should be based on Tekken2 since It's the most serious out of all, and the most epic obviously.
Everything should be based on Heihachi's path to the final shodown against Kazuya, with flasbacks about Tekken1, the Kazuya's mysteryous "partner" (only heihachi knows about this and Jun later when she is kidnapped), etc.
A grim and obscure atmosphere would be a must throughout the movie, with a glorious and epic heihachi's final fight against first Kazuya on the main Zaibatsu's tower (with that old Kazuya's music playing), and once Kazuya is defeated, he rises again in the form of Devil, manipulates Heihachi's mind trying to confuse him during the fight (Heihachi is now sorrounded by mirrors while fighting Devil), until Heihachi eventually wins.
Last part of the movie should be Jun Kazama living in that "morning field", having Jin, teaching him in the Kazama arts (images with both of them practicing in that field), and so on until he reaches the age of 18, starts having nightmares with Devil (Devil's offering), until the night Jun is obliterated while buying some time for Jin to flee from Ogre.
The film would end with Jin's pact with the Devil that night in that forest claiming for vengeance against his mum's murderer.
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by Jordan Mishima » Wed Sep 29, 2010 9:22 am
Patch871 wrote:it was nice movie for somebody who never heard about Tekken...FF Advent children were much better than this and as I always says, the original Mortal Kombat was better too..
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