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Plot: Every seven years in an unsuspecting town, The Tournament takes place. A battle royale between 30 of the world's deadliest assassins. The last man standing receiving the $10,000,000 cash prize and the title of Worlds No 1, which itself carries the legendary million dollar a bullet price tag. Runtime: 95 min Release Date: 08 Oct 2009
The Best Assassin Movie I have since in a long time (by rgoodyear_78)
This is by far the Best Assassin Movie I have seen since the movies Wanted and Assassins came out! Each movie has their own signature as well as to set them apart from each other with a great Cast and a awesome Story line. The cast in this Movie wasn't set on just one person, and everybody had their own, how you would say, time in the spot light. The Action in this movie starts off from the get go. I hate it when a Action movie comes out and its slow at the beginning. Ving Rhames was awesome! and the Preacher Robert Carlyle was pure gold as well as a great comic relief with everything <more>
going on which played out well for him. I have to say it again, Great acting and story line. Also, it is a must see! I am going to watch it again and again, it is now apart of my favorites! So please be sure to check this movie out.
I first saw the trailer and thought this would be really good, mainly because Kelly Hu was in it, and I like the occasional action movie...It's Hollywood's attempt at the great 'Battle Royale'. And this kind of succeeds.Every seven years the greatest assassins gather in a remote little town and battle it out. The last man or woman standing wins. Simple.I was impressed at how good this film was, some of the fight sequences are extremely well choreographed, fast and brutal with tons of blood, just in case. What was more impressive was the fact that this film takes place in <more>
Britain, Middlesborough of all places...I felt that the actors were all brilliant..I mean the script is just bad..the dialogue...But the actors pull through. Kelly Hu, was beautiful as always and here, you honestly didn't want to get her mad..Robert Carlyle was funny as the alcoholic priest, while Ving Rhames gave his usual, no nonsense drama.A nice action movie...
WHY SO HARSH? Good Entertainment, Lots of Stuff (by Worldofgrim)
This was a grand ole good movie. I like rating things 10 since there are so many bad films, ones that are 7 and above should just get a 10. It had a nice simple story, 30 assassins get together and kill each other off till there is 1. The story gets right into it! The action is constant throughout! Great impact martial arts, hot Chinese femme fatale with great MMA moves! Lots of gun fire with great impacts, some really bad assassins killing wanton, and blasting gore.There's a lot of great street car chases with MMA body work, car crashes, car collisions, truck blasts, epic, big, I mean, <more>
this felt like a BIG MOVIE! I'm actually shocked it didn't go on the big screen? At least in digital projected theatres!? Carlyle plays his role great as the drunken fallen priest who unknowingly drinks an assassin's locater that the assassin cheatingly removed. So there's more to it then just shootem up, there's the fallen drunken disparate priest affecting the Chinese femme fatale. So nice stuff... good stuff. ENJOYED.
Amazingly fun, if you can take it (by kenneth-187)
A great ride in an exciting world. Unrealistic compared to our own world, but if you want realism - look out your window. In it's imagined world it's realistic. It builds up nicely, a lot of action and some short stops to get your breath - but not so long that you get bored. Plot develops naturally, most people will guess what is coming, but I see no one blaming Matrix for having an easy plot. The action scenes are exciting. The different characters have their methods of killing without getting comical. It's practical, yet with entertainment in mind, in it's approach. Gory <more>
enough to remind us that this is not something that would be fun to do, but not too much to drive us away. A very well balanced action movie that deserves a lot of respect. I will watch it again pretty soon.
Very Underrated! Extremely Good Assassin Movie!!!!! Must See!!!! (by Jhoyle1990)
I haven't commented on many movies but I felt like I needed to comment on this one. This movie was extremely well made. It has barely over a six in the IMDb ratings and I think it deserves so much more. Granted it does not belong in the top 250 but it deserves much more credit than it is given.It has been done before, yes, but this movie was very well done. It is much better than other movies such as Wanted and other assassin movies such as that. I will put it up there with the Bourne movies. It is not anything like the Bourne movies but at the same time it is one of the greatest assassin <more>
movies that I believe are out right now.If you haven't seen this movie see it!!!! Very, very good assassin movie!!
I took such a big surprise with The Tournament.Before watching it, my expectations were neutral, but it ended up being an excellent film which was inexplicably condemned to the straight-to-DVD market.The screenplay from this movie may not be deep, but it is very well written and director Scott Mann's perfect work helps it to come alive.The precise way in which he builds the action sequences and Robert Hall's brilliant edition should be used in film schools as role models of clear and concise narrative, where the brutal rhythm does not avoid the sharp understanding of the scenes or the <more>
flow from the story the long list of Hollywood directors associated with the action genre who should urgently learn that lesson includes Michael Bay and Stephen Sommers, who try to hide their ineptitude with confusing edition and fuzzy "close-ups" .And besides of all that, The Tournament includes some delicious moments for the fans of "gore" like me , from stabbings and head-shots to car accidents and body explosions.As for the actors, they make a competent work: Robert Carlyle is credible and brings a good amount of energy to his character; Ving Rhames shows an excellent presence; and Kelly Hu also shows conviction on her role.So, The Tournament did not unseat Die Hard and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior from my list of favourite action movies, but I liked it very much, and it deserves a very enthusiastic recommendation.We really need more action films like this one.
When I decided to check out "The Tournament" the expectations were moderate. Actually I expected it to be a pleasant DTV title with a couple of cool actors.What I got instead was a thrilling actioner that surpasses most of the theatrical releases of the same genre. The action is hyperkinetic and violent, and Scott Mann has undisputed Hollywood potential.The plot about the assassin tournament is clean and simple, a lot like "Taken" and when it comes to comparison between these two films, only advantage for "Taken" is Liam Neeson. "The Tournament" <more>
provides solid acting but it doen't have such a potent star. Actually, if we consider its budget, "The Tournament" is really outstanding in terms of casting because it combines available theatrical-feature actors like Kelly Hu, Liam Cunningham,, Robert Carlyle and Ving Rhames with top DTV names like Scott Adkins. Scott Adkins' potential was obvious ever since he first appeared in Isaac Florentine films and in "the Tournament" he is accompanied by Sebastien Foucan, the parkourist we remember from "Casino Royale".Fight scenes are marvelously staged, with great fight choreography, but also outstanding gunplay and vehicle stunts. When it comes to the sheer amount of action "The Tournament" gives you the most for bang for the buck. It is very hard to invent some new kinds of action set-pieces and choreographies but in a couple of scenes "Rhe Tournament" does that.Also, you must bear in mind that action is very violent and gory. The sheer amount of gore is comparable to Neill Blomkamp's "District 9". Bloodletting is stylish and lavish and Scott Mann really has the guts quite literally to pull it off.I am surprised that this film failed to get theatrical release. I mean, it's quite obvious that American distributors wouldn't release because none of the stars are a draw in the US but I guess it should've worked quite well internationally.Writer Gary Young was lucky to move on into theatrical business with Matthew Vaughn production "Harry Brown". I hope Scott Mann will accomplish the same.
Solid, hyper, and violent action flick with several twists and turns (by templegod2)
Languishing in development and production hell for what seems to be an eternity, Scott Mann's film THE TOURNAMENT finally gets a proper DVD release Oct 20th. The "combat death game" genre has been inundated with several films throughout the years such as BATTLE ROYAL, BLOODSPORT and THE ULTIMATE GAME. THE TOURNAMENT makes its mark by delivering a knockout punch with over the top action and enough plot twists to keep the viewer interested.The story opens seven years ago with Ving Rhames character in a final bloodbath in a sordid meat packing company with two other assassins vying <more>
for the title of "World's Greatest Assassin". The scene is ultra sadistic, chaotic and bullets are flying like candy from an out of control mechanical Pez dispenser. As soon as Ving wins the battle, the environment rapidly shifts forward to the present day and the next tournament begins.The present day battle, taking place in England, centers on 30 contestants all vying for a 10 million dollar prize and a chance to be hailed as the "World's Greatest Assassin". Each of the contestants is fitted with a two way tracking device which not only allows them to be seen by the game's ringleader, but also to be tracked by each other, on a blackberry type gadget. There are street cams, sat cams which are logged in with real time feeds to record the action for high stakes gamblers relaxing comfortably in front of jumbo screens surveying this game of death.Each one of the devices contains a personal explosive as in the movie FORTRESS. The devises are heat sensitive and the tracking lights go out when either removed or the person expires. This is never fully explained, nor is it consistent. This fact is a major incongruity and contradiction, while also rather confusing. The relative ease as to which one of the contestants removes their device is bizarre. Probably the 10 million dollar prize would force people to want to stay in the game? THE TOURNAMENT is a "story on the fly" auctioneer. The audience learns on the go about the characters, their faults, past history, and special skills while the action is occurring. There are several twists as the action unfolds and to divulge more about them would deter from the enjoyment of the fast paced, diversified story, which includes an unwilling participant who happens to be a priest. Revealing anything about him or why he is involved would deter from a plot complication which occurs quite early in the film.Kelly Hu from "X-Men 2" and Martial Law plays a Chinese assassin named Lai Lai Zen with a strong set of hand to hand combat skills, combined with lightning fast reflexes. She has several interesting fights in the film. The filming style used when she is involved is like the Jason Bourne series, close up in your face action. The edits are sometimes a bit quick. This slightly deters from the action, but keeps the viewer engaged. The stunt martial duties are expertly performed by 3rd degree black belt Tea Kwon Do instructor, stunt woman Kimberly Chiang. Ms Chiang is currently working on KING OF FIGHTERS having more than 50 films to her credit.Kelly Hu has astonishing on screen presence in THE TOURNAMENT especially as her character is drugged to implant the chip. She has to go through a wide variety of emotions throughout the film and commands the screen with her intensity and fortitude. A lead part such as this might catapult her back into the action realm.Ving Rhames plays Joshua Harlow the past winner of the contest and a grieving husband. The story unfolds revealing find out his wife was murdered by one of the contestants. Usually relegated to big scary guy in his films, Rhames plays the role with passion and perhaps delivers one of his most dominant performances in his career.This movie is so unbelievably violent and the pace is astonishingly frantic almost in the style of SHOOT 'EM UP. THE TOURNAMENT also contains a variety of elements to offend everyone. Not for the faint at heart, this movie includes nudity and violence in the same scene, as a strip club becomes a war zone. One of the characters, playing up his crazy cowboy mentality, kills people and dare I say an animal not even in the game just for fun. If these facts are bothersome by all means stay away, the audience has been warned.The twelve million dollar budget was used to full effect with hand to hand combat, knife fights, gunfights, and a battle on a Double Decker bus! The action is nonstop for 90 straight minutes. Oddly there is a bizarre montage in the middle with the slowest music possible, bullets and bodies are flying. Perhaps this is some sort of an attempt of a dichotomous allegory or maybe simply budget or time constraints.Even with the incongruities, distractions, rather bad box art, and plot holes this is an unyielding, forceful, and memorable action film. THE TOURNAMENT features several blink and you miss it sequences and is worth repeat watching and should have had a theatrical run. The recommendation is a strong rent even a buy, especially if you liked SHOOT 'EM UP or BATTLE ROYAL.
Not sure what some people are expecting.. (by mvgiordano)
If you are expecting something cerebral, insane amounts of plot, and tons of character development then you are looking in the wrong place. If you are looking for gun play, martial arts, some well choreographed fight scenes, and enough blood to make Dracula himself look away in disgust then this movie is worth 90 minutes of your time.This is an action movie, nothing more, nothing less. That being said it happens to be a very good action movie, especially for one that went straight to video. The acting is also surprisingly good for a movie of this type.If I have any complaints it would be that <more>
several characters simply do not get enough screen time. I would have liked to see more of Sebastien Foucan and Scott Adkins. Adkins especially.With all the garbage that makes its way to theaters it really is a crime that "The Tournament" didn't get a chance at the big screen. However, I have a feeling that it will become quite popular nonetheless.If this is not your sort of thing then don't waste your time, but if you know exactly what you are getting into I confidently give "The Tournament" 8 out of 10 smoking guns.