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Street Fighter II Animated Movie

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  • Actors: Kôjiro Shimizu, Kenji Haga, Miki Fujitani, Masane Tsukayama, Masakatsu Funaki
  • Directors: Gisaburo Sugii
  • Writers: Gisaburo Sugii, Kenichi Imai
  • Producers: Akio Sakai, Kenzo Tsujimoto, Megumu Sugiyama, Mitsuhisa Hida, Takeshi Sekiguchi
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Manga Video
  • Release Date: July 18 2006
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000FA57T4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,780 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: DVD
Don't get me wrong: This is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the best animated motion pictures I have ever seen -- and this is coming from someone who hates SONY (the publisher of the US release). My only problem with the DVD is that, as far as special features, this is less than bare bones: no deleted scenes, no commentaries, no language selection, no chapter selection menu (you can still skip, though), no subtitles, no Street Fighter video game to play on your PC. At least the VHS has captions for those who have the right televisions. Wait, don't stop reading!
That being said, this is still a great purchase if you love action with bits of story. The voice acting (with the possible exception of Ken Masters) is excellent. Ted Richards (Ken) isn't absolutely nauseating, but he sounds like he's reading a storybook to children in a classroom. Okay, back to the positives. I'm not much of an alternative rock fan, but I can still appreciate the music submitted by Alice in Chains and, uh... like I said, I'm not into alternative rock. The instrumentals are okay, but nothing like the video games.
As the story goes, M. Bison is hi-tech using monitor cyborgs to search for street fighters he can turn into minions to do his evil biddings. All seventeen fighters from Super Street Fighter 2 TURBO are in this film. However, only Chun-Li, Guile, Ken, Ryu, and Bison have very big parts. Fei Long, Cammy, Vega, Balrog, Sagat, Edmond Honda have much smaller parts, you just briefly see Dhalsim, Thunder Hawk, Blanka, Dee Jay, and Zangief, and you have to look carefully if you want to see Akuma.
Note: The M in M Bison stands for Mike, because that is the Japanese name for Balrog the boxer. In Japan, the name Balrog belongs to Vega, the Spanish fighter with the deadly claw. In Japan, M.
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Format: DVD
It never fails. The formula for any game-to-movie is simply this:
-Put in as many of the characters as you can.
-Put in as many fights as you can.
-Have a big showdown with the nominal "villain."
-Plot and storyline be damned.
Street Fighter II does this. Now, you're probably thinking, "But thats good if you like the Street Fighter games!" Well yeah, I've always been a big fan of the SF2 saga, but this movie was a disappointment.
Essentially, there are four or five different storylines or plots in this movie. They all concern Bison to some degree, but no real single story to follow. This makes the whole thing boring.
It especially gets boring after the famous Chun-Li/Vega fight. Its a great fight, and probably the only reason to watch the movie, but after that every thing is just predictable and dragged out. In fact, this entire movie pretty much feels dragged out.
Its in no way a reason to buy, save if you're switching your video collection over to DVD. The film is still edited (as seen by the edited Chun-Li shower scene). There's also the god-awful American soundtrack left in. If you liked the bad hard rock music from the video, you won't mind it, but if you don't like releases from Japanese countries being adulterated, then there's a problem.
So its pretty much a waste of a DVD.
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Format: DVD
SFII:TAM is a great anime if what you're looking for is hard-core action. The main stars are the [butt]-kickin' Ryu, rich brat Ken, bad boy Guile and babe, Chun Li. They are all out to bring down the evil Bison and his lackeys, who want to take over the world (surprise surprise)
Everyone from the game makes at least a cameo appearance in the film, and the brilliantly animated fights make up for any inconsistancies in the plot, such as the way that Guile, Honda and Balrog all survive a 100 foot fall, and why Bison doesn't use his psychic powers to kill off Ryu and Ken, even when he starts to lose the fight.
Also, Guile and Chun Li come across as having a relationship in the film. One example is Guile's concern for Chun Li when she's getting shredded by Vega, and another is the way he actually shows an emotion other than anger when he's with her.
There is a lot of swearing and blood that wasn't cut out of the special edition, as well as a shower scene especially for male Chun Li fans. It's not a film for little kids.
Bottom line: The fights are so well animated that you get the feeling you could do a Dragon Punch if you practised hard enough.
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Format: DVD
This one came after the horrid STREET FIGHTER II movie with Jean Claude Van Damme and I have to say, that I'm glad that this one came out because it made me forget that the live action Street Fighter ever existed. This Anime is really good. The action is very good, the animation is very fluid, the fight scenes are excellent and this stays a little closer to the actual Street Fighter story lines.
The story follows the elusive, vagabond fighter Ryu. After defeating Sagat, he travels the world looking for a good fight and a great challenge. And he also reminisces about his friend and classmate, Ken. Ken is also looking for Ryu. But not far behind Ken is Bison who is also looking for Ryu and for different reaosns. Bison's Shadowlaw crime syndicate is kidnapping the best fighters in the world, erasing their memories and sending them to assassinate world leaders. But Bison should be worried as well because tracking him are Guile and Chun Li. It's a race for Guile and Chun Li to stop Bison and for Bison to find Ryu and Ken to find Ryu before Bison does (boy that's confusing!). It's a non-stop action Anime from beginning to end.
Like I said before, I would take this any day over the Street Fighter live action. This one makes a much better attempt at staying true to the Street Fighter name and the action in this movie is amazing. Honestly, I could not pick out a best fight because there are a lot of them. I did have a dumbest fight and that was T-Hawk vs. Ken. I wasn't too fond of that fight and Blanka vs. Zangief could have been better.
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