Mortal Kombat: Annihilation


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Brian Thompson as Shao-Kahn
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James Remar as Rayden
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Ray Park as Raptor #3 / Tarkatan
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Musetta Vander as Sindel
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698.53 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
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1.40 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 2 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Fella_shibby3 / 10

An annihilation of the series. The tag line itself states, "destroy all expectations". We have James Remar doing lots of wire fu.

I had seen bits n pieces of it in the early 2k on a cable tv channel.

Saw the entire movie recently on a fast forward mode.

This is the second installment in the Mortal Kombat film series based on the video game and the story picks up immediately after the last film ended.

While the first part was at least entertaining, this one is sheer lousy.

We have James Remar's body double doing all the wire fu stunts and unlike Christopher Lambert, James Remar got bored with his long hair n white monk gown. He does a crop cut n wears a designer waist coat n military boots.

I found Sandra Hess as Sonya Blade more attractive than the previous part's gal.

Talisa Soto who played Kitana is only 4 years younger to Musetta Vander who played Kitana's mother. I found Musetta more attractive than Talisa.

Brian Thompson as the main villain is no match to Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.

Reviewed by MartinHafer2 / 10

It's based on a videogame...isn't that enough to say?!

Traditionally, movies made from videogames are best. While you might have a very hard time thinking of any good ones, horrible films like "Super Mario Brothers" and "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation" quickly come to mind. Why? Well, because videogames don't need to be deep, have much plot or even make sense if the game play is good. Here, however, as a passive observer, all the lack of substance in the game plots are obvious as you sit and watch the silliness. Think about it....this is based on a game whose only plot is people punch and kill each other!

I ahve not seen the first "Mortal Kombat" and the only reason I saw this one is that it's on IMDB's infamous Bottom 100 list...the lowest rated 100 films which have received at least 10,000 votes. This means independent and almost forgotten films aren't on the list...just the bigger named, widely distributed crappy movies.

From what I gathered, humans winning the first movie guaranteed that the Earth would be safe for like 100 or a bazillion years. However, here, the baddies from another world are back only two years later. So much for continuity. In the initial portion of the movie, they tried to explain this away to all the human characters, as they also realized the plot problem! That's clumsy. So, the rest of the film consist of some human warriors somehow overcoming Shao Kahn's evil gang of fighters.

So is this any good? Of course not...10,000+ voters aren't wrong in this case. But there are some good things about the film. For 1997, the special effects are very nice--which is important since the story is essentially ALL special effects and crazy costumes. Also, they captured the look of the game quite well. But, no the other hand, the film is simply one insane fight after another after another after another. Not much plot...and it all makes your brain very numb very quickly. In fact, after about 20 minutes of this, my brain was screaming for a break! Overall, a pretty dull film despite its almost constant action and nutty fight scenes. I simply didn't care about any of these characters and just wanted it all to stop! My verdict...just go play a videogame're bound to have more fun.

Reviewed by bkoganbing4 / 10

The rules are broken

Leaving off where the first Mortal Kombat ended the earth was to have a generation of peace since our martial arts heroes won the last tournament. But the rules are broken and dimension portals are opening. A warlord from another dimension says in 6 days all kinds of unearthly creatures will be laying waste to good old mother earth and its populace.

Only Robin Shou is back from the original Mortal Kombat. Other players/martial artists are back in other roles, particularly James Remar plays the wizard that gathered them together for the first film.

Not being an aficionado of either martial arts or video games I am missing a lot in reviewing this. But for me it's more of the same from the first Mortal Kombat film. If you like that stuff I'm sure you'll enjoy Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.

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