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Mortal Kombat

Released on 10 May 2004

Featuring: Linden Ashby, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa & Robin Shou

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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In the dark and foreboding realm of the Outworld the world's greatest warriors must survive the supreme battle between ultimate good and absolute evil.

Led by sorcerer Shang Tsung, the evil Shokan prince Goro has been Kombat champion for nine generations. If he triumphs for a tenth time the portals of Earth will be opened and the desolation and despair that has flourished in the Outworld will reign over the earth for Eternity.

Guided by the mighty thunder god Rayden (Christopher Lambert), three humans must delve deep within their souls to discover the power they need to conquer a host of insurmountable games and vanquish their diabolical superhuman enemy.

Mortal Kombat is not just a battle to the death, it is the final battle for life!
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
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 Average rating (13 reviews)

 "..F I G H T.."

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Not many game adaptations into films usualy capture the spirit of the game but this one does! Ok it may not be as bloody as the game but it does have some cool fight scenes and faithful interpretations of some of the cool characters like sub zero and scorpion. It maybe slightly low budget and have some cheesy acting moments but its not to be taken seriously, its pure fun and a classic film, if you love mortal kombat the game and are a bit of a retro fan then you should enjoy this more!!

 SIMPLE, UNDEMANDING ASS KICKING FUN!

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Director Paul W.S. Anderson has come a long way since he directed this cheap and cheerful video game to film tie-in. Although the film is very silly and the acting very amateurish there is still enough to entertain in this beat-em-up. The fight scenes are still great and the techno soundtrack really adds to the action, the characters from the film are faithfully recreated, but some of the main characters in the film do tend to have little screen time,But Scorpion and SubZero to make up for some of the short comings. But now the film does seem really dated and very unspectacular. At the time this film was the best game to film adaption, now it seems very run-of-the-mill.
The film is still worth watching as it is still undemanding fun, and if you put it up against he terrible sequel and the pathetic Van Damme Street Fighter, it still managers to kick there asses, with one arm tied behind it's back!

 SIMPLE, UNDEMANDING ASS KICKING FUN!

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Director Paul W.S. Anderson has come a long way since he directed this cheap and cheerful video game to film tie-in. Although the film is very silly and the acting very amateurish there is still enough to entertain in this beat-em-up. The fight scenes are still great and the techno soundtrack really adds to the action, the characters from the film are faithfully recreated, but some of the main characters in the film do tend to have little screen time,But Scorpion and SubZero to make up for some of the short comings. But now the film does seem really dated and very unspectacular. At the time this film was the best game to film adaption, now it seems very run-of-the-mill.
The film is still worth watching as it is still undemanding fun, and if you put it up against he terrible sequel and the pathetic Van Damme Street Fighter, it still managers to kick there asses, with one arm tied behind it's back!

 A Good Video Game to Movie translation

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I've watched this film originally in the theatres. I love this film so much. Bridgette Wilson-Sampras fit that role of Sonya Blade very well. Mortal Kombat was a phenomenon. Linden Ashby fit Johnny Cage's role very well. Goro looked fierce, but was no problem for Cage. My favourite part was when Johnny Cage does the ballbreaker move on Goro. Cary Hiroyuki-Tagawa looked ugly enough to portray Shang Tsung.

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ActorsLinden Ashby, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Robin Shou, Bridgette Wilson, Talisa Soto, Christopher Lambert & John Fujioka
DirectorPaul W.S. Anderson
Certificate18 years and over
Year1995
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesDolby Digital (2.0) Stereo: English
SubtitlesEnglish
Duration1 hour and 38 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.