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Mortal Kombat (Blu-ray) by GameStop Inc.

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Mortal Kombat (Blu-ray) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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  • Platform: DVD
  • Publisher: GameStop Inc.
  • Developer: GameStop Inc.
  • Category: Movies & TV

Three reluctant fighters are drafted for an intergalactic martial-arts tournament that will determine the fate of the human race in this special-effects-driven adventure. Inspired by the popular and notoriously bloody video game, Mortal Kombat provides a semblance of a plot as an excuse for rampant mayhem, with the evil alien forces challenging humanity to a kung fu battle to decide the Earth's fate. Following the failure of several previous human defenders, mankind's last chance lies with egotistical action film star Johnny Cage Linden Ashby, tough but beautiful special agent Sonya Blade Bridgette Wilson, and vengeance-minded hero Liu Kang Robin Shou. Under the guidance of inspirational sorcerer Lord Rayden Christopher Lambert, this unlikely trio faces off against a series of terrifying alien adversaries. As in the video game, the martial arts battles are the true point, with standard fighting combining with magical touches supplied by computer-generated effects. The dramatic content often resembles a Saturday morning cartoon, but Jonathan Scott Carlson's appropriately dank production design and the visually spectacular battle sequences made the film a hit amongst younger fantasy-action fans, spawning a sequel and a TV show.

    Rated 4 out of 5 by from best mk to date This was a good mortal kombat remind this came out 95' i still like this movie til this day the follow up to this was dumb so if you are a fan of MK get this movie
    Date published: 2015-03-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A well made film that stays true to the games While most Video Games movies tend to suck Mortal Kombat is one of the few that are good. The story is well written it is based off of MK 1 with elements from MK II. The story has some plot holes, but it is written well that you need to look hard in order to find them (Also this movie was made when only MK 1 and MK II were out with MK III almost at launch so the story was still pretty vague). The acting was excellent specifically Christopher Lambert as Raiden, Trevor Goddard as Kano, Robin Shou as Liu Kang, and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Shang Tsung they portrayed their roles very well. The fights were entertaining and well done. There is also a lot of references to the games that will definitely crack a smile on an MK fan's face. The special effects look pretty dated and some look bad by today's standards, but some still look good. Overall, Mortal Kombat is a really well made film it has every single character from the first Mortal Kombat game and the story stays true to the games and this movie is worthy of the legendary Mortal Kombat name (but not the sequel though)
    Date published: 2014-08-03
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