Katsuhiro Harada's new Tekken movie is pretty good, But as I've already mentioned
Just to give you an idea of the whole story, it mainly concerns Xiaoyu being an accidental spy. She was "forced" by G corporation (Kazuya's group) to fly to Kyoto, go undercover and look into a certain boy named Shin Kamiya. There she meets and befriends Alisa and the rest starts from here.
The movie was dragging for the first 60 minutes. There's a lot of gabbing, fanservice, and comedic attempts that ensued before it actually got me into it(albeit, not very).
Honestly speaking, I did not like the Shin Kamiya character, he was lame Mishima wannabe at the beginning, and turned much more insignificant in the later part. In my opinion, the story could've been so much better had it not been for this guy. He was like Steven Seagal in "Executive Decision" (if you've watched the film, you'd know what I mean :P)
I don't know why they used Ling Xiaoyu (aside from the fact that she's a "friend" of Jin Kazama) as the protagonist in here, but... I don't really know what to think. She was... how do I say this.... errr.. uhm.... *scratches head* a slightly more interactive audience, I guess. Ok, let me put it this way, you can basically put any character in her shoes and end up with the same story. But thinking about it, maybe she really WAS the best candidate *cough fan-service cough cough*
Alisa being there was nice. I could totally see why she was there. No, I'm not being biased. I'm not a fan of hers (I'm a Lily Rochefort/Nina Williams fan) so I'm seeing this with an open mind. (Oh! Oh! Her fight scene with Xiaoyu was awesome!!)
Fight scenes = insane
Mishimas = insane
Devil forms = insane
The fight scenes, as one would expect, never disappointed. They were able to make jawdropping choreography with some of the characters' trademark techniques. Watching the 3 Mishimas duke it out for supremacy was the part that made me cry rivers of blood. The redesigns of the Devil forms of Kazuya and Jin were great. I especially liked Kazuya's because it reminded me of the live-action Devil Man :D
The OST was good. The scores fit the scenes very well, which helped(as for any movie) build the mood.
There weren't a lot of featured characters, but I suppose it was just right. If they tried putting any more, then the story would've been in total disarray(since it's not a tournament-set movie).
Story - 7/10
BGM - 9/10
graphics - 10/10
voice acting - 8/10
rewatchability - 8/10
over-all score - 8.4/10
*pictures were from random sites found in google*