Search - WWE No Way Out 2007 on DVD


WWE No Way Out 2007
WWE No Way Out 2007
Actors: John Cena, Batista, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Bobby Lashley
Genres: Television, Sports
NR     2007     3hr 0min

The viewer comes out on top no matter how you look at it with this competition featuring dozens of stunning, sensual dancers. All competing for one prize, each woman shows off her stuff in an attempt to be crowned the winner.
     
     
5

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: John Cena, Batista, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Bobby Lashley
Genres: Television, Sports
Sub-Genres: Television, Wrestling
Studio: World Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 03/20/2007
Original Release Date: 01/01/2007
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

Similar Movies

WWE - Backlash 2007
3
   NR   2007   3hr 0min
WWE Judgment Day 2007
3
   NR   2007   3hr 0min
WWE One Night Stand 2007
4
   NR   2007   3hr 0min
WWE Unforgiven 2007
4
   NR   2007   3hr 0min

Similarly Requested DVDs

WWE WrestleMania 22
Director: Kevin Dunn
8
   NR   2006   8hr 0min
   
WWE WrestleMania 21
Director: Kevin Dunn (III)
   NR   2005   7hr 0min
   
An All Dogs Christmas Carol
Directors: Gary Selvaggio, Paul Sabella
   G   1998   1hr 13min
   
WWE Bad Blood 2004
5
   NR   2004   3hr 15min
   
Click
Special Edition
Director: Frank Coraci
   PG-13   2006   1hr 47min
   
WWE SummerSlam 2007
5
   NR   2007   3hr 0min
   
Friday the 13th
Director: Sean S. Cunningham
   R   1999   1hr 35min
   
VeggieTales An Easter Carol
   G   0hr 49min
   
Triple H King of Kings - There is Only One
9
   NR   2008   6hr 0min
   
WWE SummerSlam 2006
5
   NR   2006   3hr 0min
   
 

Movie Reviews

Another Average Pay Per View
presypclhs | New Jersey USA | 02/19/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"WWE's No Way out 2007 was just another average pay per view. There were one or two good matches and a couple poor matches. Let's take a look at the matches:

The Hardy Boyz and Chris Benoit versus MNM and Montel Vontavius Porter:
This was a great way to kick off the show. These guys were given about fifteen minutes and they put a lot of effort into the match and it really shows. Although MVP looked a little out of place here, everyone else worked really well together. It's a shame that they have no storyline for Chris Benoit, but at least they found a way to work him into the pay per view.

Cruiserweight Open:
This was a decent match, but, as usual, the cruiserweights were not given a fair amount of time to show what they can do. The surprise entrant at the end of the match was a little predictable, but it was nice to see that the defending champion was not even involved in the conclusion of the match. The cruiserweight division has been stagnant for some time. But WWE needs to offer an alternative to TNA's X-Division, so the cruiserweights should be given more match time in the future. This match was a good way to start that off.

Finlay and Little Bastard versus the Boogeyman and Little Boogeyman:
There isnt a whole lot to say about this match as it was, really, more of a comedy than an actual match. There was a decent about of humor, and a little wrestling, but nothing outstanding in either regard.

King Booker versus Kane:
This was a really good match. Both Kane and Booker can wrestle and they were given enough time to put on a solid show. The match benefited also from a clean ending, which is so often absent from King Booker's matches. Kane has looked really good since moving over to Smackdown! and this match is no exception.

Paul London and Brian Kendrick (C) versus Deuce N' Domino:
It's a shame that there really is no tag team division to speak of. London and Kendrick are both capable of putting on very good matches. Although Deuce and Domino are not terrible wrestlers, they really could not keep up with London and Kendrick. Because of that, neither of the tag champions were not really able to show off, and this match did not amount to much of anything.

Bobby Lashley (C) versus Mr. Kennedy:
Although this match was better than expected, it was not a very good match. It was a typical Lashley match, so if you enjoy his work, you'll like this one. Mr. Kennedy did his best here, and made Lashley look acceptable, but this match really is not worth watching.

Diva Talent Invitational:
Another opportunity to squeeze the ladies in there. If you like the typical diva segment, than this will work for you. But it is nothing special or unique.

Batista and the Undertaker versus John Cena and Shawn Michaels:
This was easily one of the top two matches of the night. The buildup for this match has been wonderful, and it fits in perfectly with the overall buildup towards Wrestlemania. Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker carried this match and, as a result, both Batista and John Cena looked pretty good out there. Definitely worth a watch.

I cannot recommend that you buy this event. Like most WWE pay per views, there are one or two good matches and the rest of the matches are poor. As far as WWE events go, this was not bad, so if you typically buy the WWE dvds, you will not be disappointed. But if you generally do not buy the events, No Way Out 2007 is not for you."
Just As Much Bad As There Is Good
D.P. | California | 02/28/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I've been saying ever since No Mercy 2004 that SmackDown has been on a streak of good PPV's but unfortunately I had to say that came to an end here for a disappointing No Way Out...and I was there live. The show wasn't bad but there was more bad than good for this show.

Hardy Boyz & Chris Benoit vs. MNM & MVP - First of all, WWE had originally advertised a rematch from the Armageddon Ladder Match but then it was cancelled at the last minute & we ended up getting this match...plus is was just weird to see Benoit in a opening filler match. Putting that aside, the match itself was good for an opener as everyone worked really hard.

Crusierweight Open: Crusierweight Champion Gregory Helms vs. Funaki vs. Jamie Noble vs. Daivari vs. Shannon Moore vs. Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Chavo Guerrero - The match itself was decent but with this "gauntlet" format, nobody really has much time to show off what they can do. With that in mind, the match was decent but really disappointing for two reasons. One was the end of the Gregory Helms record setting title reign without a real storyline to it. And the second was that Chavo Guerrero came out as "a surprise entrant" but his picture was on the WWE.com website advertising the match so the surprise came off really flat & him winning the title was predictable.

Boogeyman & Little Boogeyman vs. Finlay & Little Bastard - This was just more of a comedy match than anything else but it got real dry at parts (ala whenever they went for their worms) and the ending made me laugh. Besides that, you'll either laugh or hate this one.

Kane vs. King Booker - Better match than I expected as Booker was able to give his first outstanding performance since those horrible series of matches with Batista and Kane has really revived his career since his move to SmackDown as this match will show. Plus the ending was a shocker since it ended cleanly.

WWE Tag Team Champions Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Deuce N' Domino - This is the second time that London & Kendrick have faced a rookie tag team just thrown together to give them something to do but unlike James & Stevens at No Mercy, the "Grease" rejects were just too green and it showed heavily in this match as I was really bored...which I'm normally not during a London & Kendrick match. This match looks even worse when you think that WWE cancelled the tag team Ladder Match in favor of this match. The only outstanding moment here was how the ending came together.

ECW Champion Lashley vs. Mr. Kennedy - I have to mention to check out the great heel promo Kennedy cut before this match. Unfortunately, Lashley didn't have an opponent like Test who makes him look better in comparison or someone like Finlay who can carry him to a good match. Kennedy did his best by telling a story in the ring & constantly working on the legs throughout the whole match but Lashley just was on the defense for most of the match. Eventhough the DQ finish happened & Lashley ended up beating the hell out of Kennedy...it didn't save face, as this was just a bad match for Lashley.

Diva Talent Invitational - Who would have ever thought the Miz was actually the best part of a diva segment? The ECW strippers did their "dance" with Kelly Kelly being off key as usual followed by Jillian attempting her William Hung impersonation before insulting all the divas who then came out for a catfight. Then Ashley came out & took off her top to show Playboy bunny pastries over her boobs while he Playboy cover was in the background. This was just to promote Ashley in Playboy magazine but overall, this was just even more stupid & dumb than a normal diva segment is.

Batista & Undertaker vs. John Cena & Shawn Michaels - We all know that we can depend on Undertaker & HBK to give us a match of the night while Cena & Batista have bad reputations for being champions "who can't wrestle." However, I'll go on record as to say that Cena upstaged Batista because Batista did his normal moves & normal effort he's shown since coming back from his injury while Cena stepped his game up by doing such moves as a legdrop for the top rope & his old "throwback." And the ending was just perfect to continue both storylines leading into the WrestleMania main events. This was better than last years "Main Event vs. Main Event" match on Saturday Night's Main Event.

Usually on the SmackDown PPV's...there's around 1-2 matches or segments to skip & enjoy the rest of the show but here, half the show was average to good while the rest was just bad. I recommend this for a rental & judge for yourself.
"
WWE No Way Out 2007 spoilers!
D.P. | 01/31/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"These are just rumored matches:

WWE Tag Team Championship: Paul London and Brian Kendrick vs. Deuce 'N' Domino

WWE United States Championship: Chris Benoit vs. Chavo Guerrero

NO DQ Match: Matt Hardy vs. Joey Mercury

WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Gregory Helms vs. Mystery Oppenent

Ken Kennedy vs. MVP

Matches That Might Happen:

Kane vs. King Booker

Finlay vs. The Boogeyman

John Cena and Shawn Michaels vs. Batista and Undertaker"