- 10 Speed Racer (2008) – Grand Prix
- 9 Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (2023) – High Sun Games
- 8 Balls of Rage (2007) – Underground Table Tennis Championship
- 7 Monsters University (2013) – scare games
- 6 Ready Player One (2017) – Holiday egg hunt
- 5 The Hunger Games (2012) – The Hunger Games
- 4 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004) – Las Vegas Dodgeball Open
- 3 The Karate Kid Franchise – The All Valley Champions
- 2 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) – Triwizard Cup
- 1 Mortal Kombat franchise – Mortal Kombat
Many of us love real-life contests and tournaments. Whether it’s sports or competitive reality TV shows, there’s just something about competition that draws audiences. However, it is the fantasy tournaments that really keep us involved.
Fantasy tournaments take everything we love about non-fiction tournaments, and elevate it entirely. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing heroes go through hell in an enchanting battle of skill, wit, and strength, before seeing them triumph in the end. Whether it is a deadly martial arts tournament, a fun sports tournament of the highest level, or a simple battle royal to the death, no matter what, we are always immersed in these competitions. So, with that in mind, here are the best fantasy heroines in movies.
10 Speed Racer (2008) – Grand Prix
fast racer is an underrated epic that was quickly judged for its overuse of CG and bright color palette, which, in fact, is what gives fast racer His character based on the cartoon. But what really draws viewers in the movie is the movie’s grand prize and the stylized action on screen. speed racer The Grand Prix is not much different from the typical Grand Prix seen in the likes Mario Kart And carsBut what makes this Grand Prix stand out is the visuals and the futuristic and dangerous track layouts.
9 Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (2023) – High Sun Games
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is one of the best movies of the year, filled with Easter eggs that board game fans are sure to love. There were more Easter eggs than the exciting games of High Sun, but unfortunately they were short-lived.
High-Sun Games sees players wade through an ever-shrinking maze, all while the Displacer monster is on their tail. In order to escape, players must find weapons in chests and get to the other side alive. However, some of these chests are bad imitators, which will quickly devour those who open them. To make matters worse, some of the gelatinous cubes that slowly melt the players alive are thrown for good measure. High-Sun is easily one of the best moments Honor among thievesAnd we hope to see more of them soon.
8 Balls of Rage (2007) – Underground Table Tennis Championship
Spoofing other starring films such as Mortal Kombat, blood sportAnd And Enter the dragonUnderground Table Tennis looks like a fun tournament that anyone would be happy to join. That is, until we find out that the losing players are killed instantly. Not as monstrous as death, but still our fate we do not particularly imagine.
Filled with very hilarious characters, this underground table tennis tournament is basically a ping pong competition to the death, in which the winner of the tournament gets away with his life.
7 Monsters University (2013) – scare games
See Sulli and Mike from Monsters Inc. Receiving a prequel that sees these two fan-favorite characters in college isn’t something we particularly wanted. but, monsters University It’s a movie we’re glad to have, despite its criminal offense list. however, monsters University Deliver a very exciting tournament that sees six of the university’s fraternities compete in several deadly rounds, eliminating the teams in each round.
Although the League is full of all kinds of monsters, some of these games definitely break some codes. One round sees teams run through a dark tunnel with deadly purple sea urchins blocking their path, instantly causing the character’s body part to swell up to the touch. Plus a tour that sees a senior librarian kick students out of her library through a roof hatch.
6 Ready Player One (2017) – Holiday egg hunt
This could be a simple cheat, as the Quest for Holiday’s Egg game is not necessarily a tournament as it is an Easter egg hunt, which entitles the person who finds the egg the full royal of the virtual world, The Oasis. However, this tournament is peppered with some of the best pop culture cameos in history. The first quest sees the Hunters battle a deadly race packed with iconic vehicles like the Batmobile, DeLorean, Christine, A-Team van, and Magnum Opus to name a few, as well as iconic characters like King Kong, Ryu, and the T-Rex from Jurassic Park.
From there, our heroes travel to the Overlook Hotel the shining Before they end up in a huge war filled with many easter eggs. Single player ready It has its faults, but the compelling heroism and large assortment of cameos certainly aren’t.
5 The Hunger Games (2012) – The Hunger Games
“Battle royale” is a commonly used term by today’s standards, especially for gamers. But 2012 was one of the first to delve into the idea of throwing several individuals into a large arena to fight each other. hunger Games. The premise was that one child from each district is immersed in a large arena littered with weapons, where they must defeat their opponents and survive.
Yes, this is basically a take on the idea of a great Japanese thriller battle royale And he presents it to a Western audience that lacks a bit of originality. While the final product is nowhere near as captivating or entertaining, The Hunger Games is nonetheless an intense and terrifying fantasy tournament.
4 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004) – Las Vegas Dodgeball Open
dodgeball is one of the best comedies from the early 2000s. A great cast, clever jokes, and absurd dodgeball starring it all cap off a ridiculously good time. It is simply one of the best heroic films ever made.
The Las Vegas Dodgeball Open is being treated as a very important sports competition, perhaps even bigger than the Superbowl. This larger-than-life dodgeball tournament is full of silly characters, who take their dribbling seriously, yet offer a fully entertaining fantasy tournament.
3 The Karate Kid Franchise – The All Valley Champions
Championship movies are at their best when there is nothing more important in this world than said heroism, and few are as important as All Valley starring than karate Kid being. The All Valley Championships has been a staple in pop culture since 1984, and now with Cobra KaiMassive success, the championship is bigger and more important than ever.
The tournament sees kids, teens, and young adults from all over San Fernando take part in an epic karate fight. While starring was great in the first starring movie, Cobra Kai It totally elevated that competition, delivering some exceptional martial arts scenes full of tension and stakes as our favorite characters from different dojos battle each other.
2 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) – Triwizard Cup
wizarding world Harry Potter Incredibly expansive. It is a world full of mythical and terrifying creatures, impressive spells, and mysterious artifacts. So, of course, this world has a very captivating tournament. However, this tournament, like Hogwarts, is very serious. Young people’s lives are put on the line as they battle dragons, Mer creatures, and a deadly maze whose walls can devour players.
Triwizard Cup as featured in Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireExciting, exciting and amazing, while we certainly don’t want to get involved, it would be great to watch this tournament live.
1 Mortal Kombat franchise – Mortal Kombat
Martial arts tournaments are easily some of the most entertaining tournaments in movies, but few are as deadly as the Mortal Kombat tournament, which sees a largely bloody fight to the death for the fate of the contestants’ worlds. The tournament sees fighters, or should we say Combatants, land deadly blows, brutal special moves, and deep fatalities to be the last ones standing and save their worlds.
Although heroism is at its best in video games, the movies have done a great job of recreating that magic. The ’90s movies certainly aren’t great examples, nor is the poorly shot 2021 movie Mortal Kombat. Instead, the best animated picture example of Mortal Kombat comes with the WB animated films, Mortal Kombat: Legends. Fans of the hit video game will adore these films, as will those who love a good starring movie.