Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat

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Three unknowing martial artists are summoned to a mysterious island to compete in a tournament whose outcome will decide the fate of the world.

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Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Kevin ThomasIt is one continuous fight sequence from opening scene to final credits, but lacks the blood, profanity, and gore that would have merited a more adult rating.
Filmcritic.com - 9/10 by Christopher NullThis one's a howler that's so bad it's almost good -- almost.
AboutFilm.com - 9/10 by Carlo CavagnaIf the forces of darkness win ten mortal kombats in a row, the world will be subjugated to a tyrrany of evil and bad spelling
Más Gamers - 8/10 by Sebastian Zavala KahnA fun, visually appealing film with effective performances and well choreographed fights. [Full review in Spanish]
Variety - 7/10 by Leonard KladyWhere others have sunk in the mire of imitation, director Paul Anderson and writer Kevin Droney effect a viable balance between exquisitely choreographed action and ironic visual and verbal counterpoint.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Stephen HoldenThe most intriguing is a glassy-eyed follower whose right hand shoots out a hissing reptile that can extend itself for miles. Exotic creatures like these make watching Mortal Kombat feel like being in a high-tech fun house.
Washington Post - 6/10 by Richard HarringtonLikely to satisfy only the core audience already hooked on video and arcade games, and even that's not a sure thing.
Empire - 6/10 by Kim NewmanAll the head-crushing and thigh-flexing doesn't compensate for the monotony of a story that simply traipses from one combat (sorry, kombat) to the next.
Entertainment Weekly - 6/10 by Lisa SchwarzbaumAnd although director Paul Anderson treats the story with appropriate deadpan respect, there are enough sparks of humor (particularly generated by Linden Ashby as a shallow martial-arts actor who worries that he's a fake, with good reason) to amuse the adults accompanying the 10-year-old boys in the audience.
IGN DVD - 6/10 by R. L. ShafferHardly award-worthy entertainment, and pretty visually dated, but probably one of the better video game movies ever made comparatively.

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