When a teenager, Chun-Li witnesses the kidnapping of her father by wealthy crime lord M. Bison. When she grows up, she goes into a quest for vengeance and becomes the famous crime-fighter of the Street Fighter universe.
Michael Clarke Duncan
Two of three powerful artifacts allow Rugal Bernstein, a man of evil intent, to enter and control an alternate dimension where gamers have been entering into martial arts combat for fun. From there, he awaits adversaries, killing them rather than defeating them so that he alone will remain as The King of Fighters. As Rugal possesses lesbian lovers Vice and Mature to aid him, undercover CIA agent Mai Shiranui teams up with Iori Yagami and Kyo Kusanagi to stop him before he can unleash a dread spirit named Orochi upon Mankind. Written by
[Rugal knocks Kyo down. Kyo crawls and reaches for his sword]
Come on. This is boring. Let's mix it up a bit.
[Rugal throws his quarter-staff away and is thrown a backhoe]
No. Too violent.
[He throws the backhoe and is thrown a stick with nails on it]
Ooh, too barbaric, isn't it?
[He throws the stick in the air and is thrown a baseball bat]
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There are some movies that if you are fan of what is about to be told in that movie, you can say "errr.. It's a bad movie i know but what can i do? i love this cartoon/anime/video game etc."
i have been playing KoF games more than 11 years but i have never imagined that a movie about this game would be so painful to me. It was total agony. All the characters obviously have been killed by the script writers. Cast is dead. There is a soundtrack in the movie but believe me, if the movie would be a movie without soundtrack no one would argue that.
Everything was 'so' awful in this movie that i couldn't believe this movie took rating more than 2.
Total mediocre. Pain. Agony. Disaster. Catastrophic.
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