Dead or Alive 3D Blu Ray 2006

Dead or Alive 3D Blu Ray 2006

Year: 2006
Country: United States
Producer: Corey Yuen
Duration: 1h 22 min.
Cast: Jaime Pressly, Devon Aoki, Sarah Carter
Conversion 2D to 3D by: JFC
Type 3D: Conversion
IMDB: 4,8
3DHD: 8.33
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Dead or Alive 3D is an action-packed martial arts film based on the popular video game series "Dead or Alive". The story revolves around an invitation-only martial arts tournament held on a remote island, where the world's best fighters, each with their unique skills and backgrounds, compete for glory and a substantial cash prize.

In this visually dynamic 3D adaptation, viewers are immersed in the intense world of high-stakes martial arts battles. The film's 3D effects enhance the depth and excitement of the fight sequences, showcasing the characters' acrobatic moves, powerful strikes, and intricate combat techniques. The technology immerses audiences in the fast-paced action, capturing the essence of the video game's fighting experience.

Dead or Alive 3D not only delivers adrenaline-pumping fight scenes but also weaves a plot of intrigue and rivalry among the diverse cast of characters. With its visually striking choreography, impressive stunts, and the thrill of the tournament setting, this film offers an engaging and visually immersive cinematic experience for fans of martial arts action and video game enthusiasts.

Dead or Alive 3D Blu Ray 2006 originally was not released in 3D but has been converted to 3D specifically for the 3D-HD.CLUB, offering viewers an enhanced visual experience of the thrilling action sequences and special effects in the movie.

3D conversion by JFC

3DHD rating - is score of the 3D quality:
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Overall 3D Score: 8.33 out of 10 (votes: 1)
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Latest comments (1)
  1. edgar
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    11 February 2024 03:16
    I think the film is unfairly poorly rated. If you like tournament fighting films that are structured similarly to Mortal Kombat oder Street Fighter, you will be well served here. It's a good game adaptation with expected weaknesses in the story, deliberately exaggerated fight scenes and lots of sex appeal to distract from said weaknesses. Anyone who gets involved knows what to expect. There are no shortage of impressive but sometimes totally exaggerated fight scenes and the main actresses are all a feast for the eyes. The entire film is also set in picturesque locations and scores with great shots of a wonderful backdrop throughout. Anyone expecting an Academy Award film will probably have no fun, but who expects something like that from a game adaptation. The 3D is integrated very harmoniously and the many distance scenes from different camera perspectives are excellently implemented. Great depth, some nice decent pop-outs and a supportive interpretation of the material at hand make DOA a pleasure in 3D. Anyone who didn't particularly like the film, but generally didn't completely reject it, will recognize a significantly improved version. Anyone who already liked the film in 2D will be impressed again not only by the fight scenes because of their good depth. In particular, the 3D implementation of the filming locations and the action scenes have been massively upgraded. The overall impression of this unassuming film is impressive in 3D. If you can't do anything with films like this, please don't be disappointed, the good 3D doesn't make the fight scenes any less exaggerated and the plot does not make any better sense. But it's definitely an eye-catcher, and I don't just mean the pretty actresses.
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