Liu Kang – Shin Koyamada
Kung Lao – Mike Moh
Johnny Cage – Matt Mullins
Sonya Blade – Kathryn Winnick
Kano – Darren Shahlavi
Sub-Zero/Bi-Han – Kevan Ohjitsi
Scorpion – Ian Anthony Dale
Raiden – Mark Dacascos
Reptile – Lateef Crowder/Ray Park
Ermac – Kim Do Nguyen
Jax Briggs – Michael Jai White
Kitana – Sam Tjhia/Celina Jade
Jade – Krystal Vee
Shang Tsung (old) – Cary Tagawa
Nightwolf – Jason Mamoa/Marko Zaror
Baraka – Scott Atkins
Cyrax (human) – Shane Warren Jones
Sektor (human) – Peter Shindoka
Fujin – Jet Li/Don Tai
Goro – CGI
Great Kung Lao – Paolo Montalban
Tundra (Kuai Liang) – Harry Shum
Noob Saibot (in shadow)
Sub-Zero/Tundra/Kuai Liang – Lee Byung Hun
Kurtis Stryker – Eric Jacobus
Kabal – Taboo
Smoke/Tomas Vrbada – Gary Daniels
Rain – Johnny Bosch
Sindel – Natassia Malthe
Noob Saibot/Bi-Han – Kevan Ohjitsi
Shang Tsung (young) – Johnson Phan
Quan Chi – Andy On
Mileena – Michelle Lee
Skarlet – Kristanna Loken
Kenshi – Daniel Southworth/Jon Foo
Cyrax (cyborg) – Shane Warren Jones
Sektor (cyborg) – Peter Shindoka
Shao Kahn – Aleks Paunovic
Tanya – Michelle Rodriguez
The original SF movie is cheesy fun. It was obviously made with kids in mind and it’s harmless and has a couple of laughs. Not a masterpiece or anything but it’s hard to imagine anyone getting really pissed off that this movie exists. And when you think about how mainstream SF2 was at the time the Animated Movie was pretty ballsy. You would never see something like that today where popular characters die, get the shit tortured out of them, and take their tits out.
MK movie was okay. Nothing special. Nothing terrible either. Paul W.S. Anderson has never made a good film and I’ve seen Event Horizon.
Silent Hill was good but the fanboys hated it.
I think the Super Mario Bros flick is so bad it’s good personally. I mean, when you really think about it what kind of movie could you make about Super Mario Bros? The film tried to somehow make sense of it all, it failed, but it tried and that’s admirable.
I always think of this Dennis Hopper quote in regards to his role as King Koopa:
At least the movie cleared up why they’re called the Mario Brothers:
Sergeant Simon: Name.
Sergeant Simon: Last name.
Sergeant Simon: And you?
Sergeant Simon: Luigi Luigi?
Luigi: No, Luigi Mario.
Sergeant Simon: Okay how many Marios are there between the two of you?
Luigi: Three: Mario Mario and Luigi Mario.
I hated Event Horizon when I was about 10 when I first saw it and I hated it when I re-watched it many years later. It does have some cool visuals and Laurence Fishburn so I give it that much. But it just didn’t do very much with the concept for me and was pretty underwhelming.
Also, believe it or not it’s a rip off of a 1981 flick called Galaxy of Terror which has the same exact premise with a rescue team going on board a ship where everyone died and they’re picked off one by one by what they fear most.
Plus you get to see that chick from Joanie Loves Chachi head explode:
Man everytime I think of the Super Mario Bros live action movie it makes me laugh. I would watch it right now if I could. It contained such gems such as Mario using a jetpack, John Leguizamo as Luigi [strangely enough, everytime I see a movie with him in it, it’s almost guaranteed it’s going to be shit], “Yoshi” looking terrifying, Bowser with a flamethrower and perhaps the slowest chase scene in any movie ever.
Not to mention the abandoned Sequel Hook “You will never guess what I saw” yeah, we will never guess because there was no sequel. Geez
The Super Mario Bros movie, Street Fighter Live Action movie, and Double Dragon live action movie were the first three video game movies I ever saw. The Double Dragon movie however was very forgettable and I absolutely hated it.
1 and 2 were somewhat ok tho and had some RE elements. I kinda liked the 2nd re movie.
but yeah someone(different director!) needs to make a REAL resident evil movie. call it resident evil origins and go back to the mansion. there is more than enough material to put together a nice 2 hour zombie flick(think 28 days later).