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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: March 23 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003439LJ6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,192 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Product Description

Actors: Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa - Christopher Lambert - Linden Ashby - Robin Shou. Director: Paul W.S. Anderson. Format: Blu-ray. Runtime: 101 Mins. Language: English. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 1. Rating: Unrated. Genre: Action. Release Year: 1995.

Special Features

Tie-In Animated Adventure Mortal Kombat: The Journey Begins Theatrical Trailer --This text refers to an alternate Blu-ray edition.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Banno on April 26 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Mortal Kombat came in the mail today with its sequel, MK:A.

On the outset, the story plays pretty decently, most of the characters portrayed are from the first game, with the exception of Kitana. Though, in the novel, Meleena was also featured.

The video is definitely an improvement over the DVD, though as many have stated, it is not the best master. It is definitely an upgrade.

Though the audio is for the most part crisp and clear, it is in fact low. But, if you want to think of it as a reason, it does allow you to have one to kick up your suround sound up as loud as you ultimately want.

Features are non-existant, though from what I know, there really wasn't much worthy of porting over from the DVD release. At least the DVD that I own.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Aug. 25 2011
Format: DVD
You know those movies that you know you should theoretically hate -- they're cheesy, they're weird, and they're predictable.

But somehow... you just can't do it. "Mortal Kombat" is a cheesy, weird, predictable movie that is basically all about an Evil-For-The-Sake-Of-Being-Evil Villain, some wooden characters, and and an expanse of over-the-top action sequences. But somehow it's so unpretentiously video-gamish (well, DUH) that it's impossible to hate.

Brief backstory: Mortal Kombat (with a K!) is a once-a-generation tournament in which fighters battle for the sake of their respective worlds. If the evil sorcerer Shang Tsung (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) and his evil minions win this one, he gets the Earth.

And he's successfully manipulated three humans into going: Liu Kang (Robin Shou) who wants to avenge his brother, actor Johnny Cage (Linden Ashby) who wants to revive his career, and agent Sonya Blade (Bridgette Wilson) who wants to avenge her dead partner. They're guided by the mysterious thunder god Raiden (Christopher Lambert), who... doesn't fight. He's just kind of a Yoda.

But even before the three fighters arrive at the island where the tournament will take place, they're confronted by danger -- Shang Tsung has brought his deadliest three fighters to destroy all three of them, and they don't care much about rules. Can the gang overcome their personal issues and win Mortal Kombat? Can you guess? Do I even need to ask?

I openly admit it: I have never played "Mortal Kombat" video games, so I had no preconceptions about what this movie would be like.
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Format: Blu-ray
Is this movie a flawless victory? No. There is no menu screen and no extra's. The sound level is a bit low (I had to turn my system up about 5 clicks beyond normal) but from there it sounded pretty good but nothing great, in fact I think the sound needed more work than the video transfer because although the transfer is showing a 1080i on my TV screen (and on the case itself), the movie looks VERY clean to my eye. WELL worth the upgrade from DVD!!

I can't say the movie itself has aged particularly well, but I've seen far worse from '95. I'd say Mortal Kombat is a slow starter with an awesome middle and a rather lackluster ending that unfortunately only inspired the dreadful sequel. However this movie suffers from nothing that capsized the next installment as all the parts are firmly in place here; the cast is superb, the effects are practical/effective, and the story is simple and yet engaging..

Please do NOT pass on this as purchase based on the negativity here regarding the transfer, especially at the paltry sum of $10! Mortal Kombat is the best videogame to movie vision around so you may as well enjoy it in 1080i Blu Ray because there is absolutely NO word of a U.S. release or a 1080p transfer, so why wait forever??

This is a region 1 release, it plays flawlessly in my U.S. PS3.
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By Hudson on June 27 2004
Format: DVD
if u are a kung foo fan like me u should get this movie it is so fun to watch ive probly watched it more then any other movie besides star wars empire. it has every person from the first game in the movie. including my favorite charector reptile. he rules but what i hated was he never used a special attack when he was in his ninja form. but he did use the poison spray in lui kangs eyes once and he was invisible as the lil lizard type form of himself. i cant wait till mortal kombat deception comes out that game is gonna be awesome and you should all buy it because deadly alliance was awesome and it uses the same type of fighting as that game and it includes new modes of fighting...online play...a new cool story mode...and new charectors but the problem is reptile wont be in it. when u beat deadly alliance with reptile it says a roaring beam of light enters his body and twists and transforms him the dragon king has returned...does this mean he turned into the dragon king of the the dragon king killed him? because it would explaine how he evolved so many times...oh yea and if your mad i didnt talk about the movie enough cry me a river.
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Format: DVD
Mortal Kombat is probably my favorite fighter out there. It's been around for more than a decade and just got better and better through the years. The movie may loosely be based on the game, but many characters from the game are present, including Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, Kano, Raiden, Sonya Blade, Sub Zero, Scorpion, Reptile, Goro, Shang Tsung, and Jax. All of them are true to their fighting style in the video game. Liu Kang has his trademark special kicks, Johnny Cage pulls off his nut punch, and, best of all, Scorpion's got his spear attack. Movies based on games are generally weak and get a lame score in the B.O., but this was the opposite.
Sure, it's kinda corny, but it's older than people realize. It came out in 1995, and the series was pretty young then, as was the use of computer generated technology. Nowadays, the C.G. enhancements would make the movie even more spectacular, but thems the brakes. Anyways, if you are a fan of the franchise (I have been since age 7), check it out.
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