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Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
(1997)
Reviewed by Justin Kosch
Rating: 10 Beans

CK!!!!! I can't believe I went to see this during opening weekend!!!! Okay, I had to take my dad, since the only showing available was after dark. But when the movie was over, I APOLOGIZED for taking him to it!
Here is another case of my-friends-are-idiots syndrome. After seeing this, my friends told me they loved it. Do I hang with the wrong people or something? I mean, I wanted so badly to walk out.
Anyway, bad acting reigns supreme in this super-terrible sequel. Wait till you get a load of who they got to play Raiden(James Remar). This is the worst performance I have ever seen. He didn't convince me one bit, and Jon Voight almost convinced me in Anaconda!
So the idiots ruling Outworld are going to do a merger with Earth unless the Mortal Kombat contestants from part 1 can beat the crap out of them. So we get a whole bunch of pointless fights and one liners from new characters.
As a matter of fact, during one of the fight scenes, all I could think of was that song. What's it called? Anyway......"Our House.....In the middle of the street."
Sorry. I trailed off there. So we get even more bad performances by Sandra Hess, Musetta Vander, Robin Shou, Brian Thompson, and the rest of the cast.
So then we get to the climax, which is the same as the first film. Then Raiden dies(The point where I almost stood up and cheered). But, he comes back at the end-and he didn't die at all.
Don't see this!!!!!! Please don't rent this!!!!!! DO IT FOR ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you.


Other reviews for this movie:

Chris Bjuland
Scott Murdock




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