Tekken : Jin sure forgot about his girlfriend quickly

Jin sure forgot about his girlfriend quickly

can't blame the young guy thou we all would've done the same in his position

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I was wondering that same thing. I thought maybe I blinked and she had somehow gotten killed in the explosion when Jin's mother's house was raided. Then I saw her in the crowd watching the tournament and was confused. I guess what happens in Tekken stays in Tekken.

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"I guess what happens in Tekken stays in Tekken. "

Yes it has to be tekken for granted

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it's kinda weird, they make an effort to show the girl towards the end, waiting for Jin, then the movie just ends and he doesn't even meet back up with her..



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yes, this was one of the strangest thing of the film - I don't understand why they did even write this character in, the movie would have been the same without her and Jin wouldn't have become a cheater ;)

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Dat's because Jin is a playa.

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Yeah, there is a character as Jin's girl friend but there is no character for Paul Phoenix. You have to have Paul Phoenix or this is not Tekken.

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LOL! I thought the same thing!

Prostitute: What the *beep* are you doing?
Johnny: I'm gonna kill a bunch of people.

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lol movie made no sense

Lost in chronological order http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lost-in-Time/149569195173734

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Pointless tacked on love story that has no place and serves no purpose in this film like most love stories shoehorned into films for two reasons.

1. So the lazy writers can fill up a sizeable portion of the film by not having to write anything other than the same overdone cliché we've seen a thousand times before

2. So females can relate.
Problem with this is that a woman's going to watch this for mostly 2 reasons. Their boyfriend out partner is forcing them to watch it or they are fans of martial arts films or tekken.
In both cases neither are being swayed by the love story and they was going to watch it anyway but by adding a *beep* love story they are only going to hate the film more.

It's like that Natalie Portman dior advert where she jilts her fiancé at the alter to fly off where her lover.
Are we suppose to support her? Say oh she's following her heart.
No she's a two timing slag just like jin is in this film

Love subplots are almost always *beep* but this was particularly bad.
The point of the film was he wasn't going to be like his dad but he ended up being just like him apart from the fact he didn't beat and rape the two women but he did cheat and discard them both.

Some hero.


But it's a film based on a computer game so I suppose we can't expect much

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The fact that they still bothered to show his girlfriend and people he encountered in the bar before his hero's journey suggests to me the filmmaker's place of importance of each of the character's minor roles in helping Jin to the next event his life. It's a theme of people's actions affecting each other demonstrating how we are all in this together, a la universalism if you will.

Individually, everyone is inconsequential and what they do has no bearing on the story's plot alone. Together there is clearly an overarching interweb where, figuratively speaking, one door closed is another door opened.

~~/o/
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