DOA: Dead or Alive

DOA: Dead or Alive

3.6 3
Director: Corey Yuen

Cast: Corey Yuen, Jaime Pressly, Holly Valance, Sarah Carter

     
 

View All Available Formats & Editions

Legendary Hong Kong action director and choreographer Corey Yuen brings Tecmo's best-selling video-game franchise to the big screen in a martial arts extravaganza featuring an impressive quartet of female fighters including Devon Aoki, Sarah Carter, Jaime Pressly, and Holly Valance. Tina (Pressly), Christie (Valance), Kasumi (Aoki), and

Overview

Legendary Hong Kong action director and choreographer Corey Yuen brings Tecmo's best-selling video-game franchise to the big screen in a martial arts extravaganza featuring an impressive quartet of female fighters including Devon Aoki, Sarah Carter, Jaime Pressly, and Holly Valance. Tina (Pressly), Christie (Valance), Kasumi (Aoki), and Helena (Carter) are four skilled martial artists whose outwardly sexy appearances betray their true lethal natures. When the fearsome females each receive an invitation to take part in an illegal martial arts competition to be staged on a remote Asian island, the prospect of a ten-million-dollar top prize is only sweetened by the fact that they will be facing off against some of the toughest fighters on the planet. Now, in order to defend their honor and search for the answers to life's greatest mysteries, Tina, Christie, Kasumi, and Helena will check their inhibitions at the beach and prepare for a series of fights that will test not only their strength, stamina, and endurance, but the very foundation of their dedication to the martial arts as well.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/11/2007
UPC:
0796019796941
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Weinstein Company
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:26:00
Sales rank:
1,396

Special Features

East Meets West: Behind the Action of D.O.A; Theatrical Trailer.

Related Subjects

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jaime Pressly Tina Armstrong
Holly Valance Christie
Sarah Carter Helena Douglas
Devon Aoki Princess Kasumi
Kane Kosugi Hayabusa
Natassia Malthe Ayane
Matthew Marsden Max
Eric Roberts Dr. Victor Donovan
Steve Howey Weatherby
Brian J. White Zack
Kevin Nash Bass
Collin Chou Hayate

Technical Credits
Corey Yuen Director
Paul W.S. Anderson Producer
Jason Bentley Musical Direction/Supervision
Jeremy Bolt Producer
Steven Chasman Executive Producer
Chan Chi-ying Cinematographer
Wong Ching-ching Art Director
James Choo Production Designer
Bernd Eichinger Producer
Mark Gottwald Co-producer
Andreas Grosch Executive Producer
Adam Gross Screenwriter
Seth Gross Screenwriter
Eddie Hamilton Editor
Frank Helmer Costumes/Costume Designer
Granz Henman Screenwriter
Cheung Ka-Fai Editor
Venus Keung Cinematographer
Daniel Kletzky Executive Producer
Robert Kulzer Producer
Keung Kwok-man Cinematographer
Keung Kwok-man Cinematographer
Julie Siu Wai Lau Asst. Director
J.F. Lawton Original Story,Screenwriter
Peggy Lee Co-producer
Mark Altman Producer
Martin Moszkowicz Executive Producer
Robyn Ray Casting
Andreas Schmid Executive Producer
Susumu Tokunow Sound/Sound Designer
Junkie XL Score Composer
Chan Chi Ying Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- D.O.A. Dead or Alive
1. Kasumi [4:23]
2. Tina [2:59]
3. Christie [3:25]
4. Arrive at the Compound [5:55]
5. Welcome to D.O.A. [3:21]
6. Day One [9:48]
7. Room Service [4:33]
8. Day Two [6:49]
9. Bamboo Battle [4:55]
10. Day Three [5:51]
11. Stairway Scuffle [:04]
12. The Future [7:21]
13. Put to the Test [5:03]
14. The Vault [2:34]
15. Pod Release [4:59]
16. Self Destruct [2:46]
17. Ocean Rescue [2:32]
18. End Credits [1:57]

Videos

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

DOA: Dead or Alive 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kurtboard More than 1 year ago
I used to play the video game DOA2 on my Playstation2 so I recognized the title. I ended up buying this title one on a whim. I was expecting something like the Mortal Combat sequels. I have to say unlike the mortal combat movies, I enjoyed this title. Obviously it didn't hurt that the acting cast is full of eye candy, but the fight choreography was entertaining, the special effects good, and the story even had more to it than just show up fight and prove you are the strongest in the world. While I watched the movie I was actually kind of looking forward to see how the plot played out. It's not a movie you're going to watch over and over, but it is fun for the first viewing, and I can even see myself pulling it out sometime for a guy's movie night.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago