Mortal Kombat

1995, Movie, PG-13, 101 mins

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MORTAL KOMBAT
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We'll level with you: We enjoy video games about as much as periodontal disease. So you won't be surprised to learn that movies based on video games don't exactly bang our gong. That said, we'll concede that four-armed Prince Goro is a hoot, Christopher Lambert looks fabulous in a flowing white wig, and Talisa Soto, who plays some kind of princess, can lord it over us anytime. Expect lots of earsplitting music, garish visuals and badly staged martial arts action. We'd tell you about the plot, but there isn't one. Besides, if you care enough to have read this far, you've probably already seen the damn thing anyway. leave a comment

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