A calm and sweet nurse who has crush with Kazuya. The movie's main character is Kazuya and it is set before the events of the first film. For the Minster's revenge or are they just too crazy? This movie is a 3 star movie. .
Then, it turns out that Brain used to be one of the Minister operative as well, but he got out. After Heihachi kills Laura, Kazuya trys to fight Heihachi, but we learn in this movie he has special teleporting skills? After defeating the two combatants, Kazuya accepts his bloodline and has Rhona accompany him to find Heihachi, who stands over the skyline of Tekken City. He befriends a tenant named Laura after saving her from a couple of muggers. That movie looks like it takes place several years later after Kazuya's kid is all grown up. I barely made it through. Where it gets hot and heavy.
I think Laura kissed Heihachi because he was brainwashed her and then, he killed her because he just wanted to make Kazuya feel defeated and week. K wants to get out too and wants Brain to help him, but Brain only tells K how to get out, but he doesn't directly get involved with this. He meets this person calling himself the Minister. He says something like he be waiting for Kazuya and let the games begin. Waking up in an apartment by himself, K has no memory of who he is or how he got there.
Then, a few second later he gets attacks from soldiers that want to capture him, but he manages to get away. When he wakes up again, he then finds himself in a prison like environment. If you have to, watch it because you liked the games, but trust me, don't expect anything out of this. This movie started out okay, got better in the middle, then it gets confusing at the end. This movie had nothing to do with the games, and it was just a waste of time. During a mission to assassinate a man named Brian Fury, Kazuya finds that his target harbors clues to his true identity.
With Anna's help, K tracks down the clues leading him back to the place where he first lost his memories. K has to prove himself that can be one by fighting people in the prison. After removing the explosive and resting, K still continues to have visions of his past. Minster is dead, so they could had all left the prison but instead here they are trying to kill K and Ronda. He saves her from two thugs and the relationship kicks off.
Heihachi tells K that he is his father and brainwash K to forget everything after they fought. This however turned out to be false. The only thing he knows how to do is to fight. Soon after that, his female assassins mark him. It has nothing to do with the first movie.
Under the watchful eye of his handler, a beautiful and lethal woman named Anna, K leads his life under the ironclad rule of the Minister while continuing to seek out the truth of his identity. Shortly after, a group of armed military personnel arrived with the aim to take the protagonist dead or alive. Then, you see the colosseum right behind him and this is where the very first Tekken will be held. They do this by going after the Minster and his people The Minster is easily killed with no problem. He then asks Laura to dissect him and remove the explosive.
Fight scenes were poorly done, and believe it or not, I would rather the first 'porn' actor that played Kazuya than the guy they got for this one. Here, he will finally confront his past and the ominous man of his nightmares — Heihachi Mishima, face the ultimate betrayal, and Ieam the truth about who, and what, he really is. So, the movie focuses on Kazuya only. K goes saves Laura with Ronda help. K stops them with ease and Laura appreciate this. A young man, Kazuya Mishima, wakes up alone in an unfamiliar hotel room without any recollection of who he is or how he got there.
K befriends a woman named Laura, his neighbor who is a nurse. Then, K passes out again because he get's the letter K branded on his body after the Minister names him. K now wakes up again and slowly finds out that the Minister needs highly skilled fighters to be his operatives to go on secret missions. After telling Rhona that he'll track down Fury personally, Rhona agrees to buy K some more time. Now the middle of the movie is about K living his days as a operative of the Minster.