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Genres: Adventure , Action
Actors: Kevin Nash , Brian White , Steve Howey , Eric Roberts , Matthew Marsden , Kane Kosugi , Natassia Malthe , Sarah Carter , Holly Valance , Devon Aoki , Jaime Pressly , Collin Chou , Derek Boyer , Silvio Simac , Fang Liu
Director: Corey Yuen
Country: United Kingdom, Germany, United States
Year: 2006
IMDB Rating: 4.7/10 (29031 votes)

A number of fighters are invited to DOA, an invitational martial arts contest. They travel to the tournament island by plane, until they have to jump out mid-flight with parachutes, and then have until sundown to reach the main island to be entered into the tournament. Fighters are then pooled against one another in a knock-out style tournament, with the loser of a battle sent home, and the winner progressing to the subsequent round. The plot revolves around four female fighters who begin as rivals, but subsequently find themselves teaming up against another force.

Film Review

This was based upon a video-game series (in)famous for its shameless depiction of hawt, busty women in physical combat. I mention this for the sake of anyone unsure, as well as to remind everyone of the maturity level that this was always going to be on. As I have not played any title from the franchise myself, I can draw no comparisons. This does make efforts to feel like you're watching a VG(which, as many of us already know, tends to make us feel like turning off the DVD player and start up the PC or console, instead), and it certainly does do all in its power to keep clothes(beyond a bikini or underwear) off the females in it(not to mention put them in steamy situations). It isn't a secret that this is purely for the teenage boys; and it does what it can to be "extreme", without actually raising the rating above a PG-13. Thankfully, this doesn't at all attempt to hide or run from what it is, so it does deliver about what you'd expect(fans of the sourc…

Not much to say with this film. I know literally nothing of the video game series it is based on aside from it possessing a ton of eye candy…which this film supplies. While the script, storyline, and characters are a little weak, it would appear most everyone involved is aware of this and focus on making the action sequences and actresses look as amazing as possible. At this, it succeeds.If you watch this movie expecting anything other than a B- grade martial arts flick, you will be disappointed. if you watch it expecting to watch attractive women smack people around and deliver cheesy lines for ninety minutes, then you will enjoy it. It is action fluff with an emphasis on eye candy. No more, no less.

DoA: Dead or Alive is quite a good movie but you can tell it's pretty much going to be two thumbs-up for men. The story is pretty basic and doesn't really go into much detail but it's good and it's mildly entertaining. In the games, the characters have their own individual stories so the movie is different to the game but the movie works. The acting isn't bad although there were times when it could have been much better. The actress who stood out to me was Jaime Pressly who was pro-wrestler Tina Armstrong, I thought she gave out a great performance and it was nice to see her in this movie. However the same can not be said for Devon Aoki who lacked showing any emotion as Kasumi. The characters were fantastically done and stuck to the game brilliantly and they also look like their characters too so that was also a plus. The cinematography and the camera-work were very well done and the choreography for the fight scenes were brilliantly executed.As a fan of the D…

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