Mortal Kombat


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 55%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 109468


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 02, 2021 at 09:16 AM



Jessica McNamee as Sonya Blade
Lewis Tan as Cole Young
Damon Herriman as Kabal
Josh Lawson as Kano
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1010.06 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 50 min
P/S 296 / 4,064
2.03 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 50 min
P/S 780 / 8,373
4.91 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 50 min
P/S 70 / 486

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ThomDerd 6 / 10

Not bad. 1st part of the trilogy, check it out.

Great visuals, excellent fight scenes, good choices on most of the cast (e.g Kano, Scorpion, Sub-Zero) and just a fun movie overall. If you are familiar with the game, you will like it.

Keep in mind that it's a trilogy, so this first film tries to add some background! Luckily there's not much time spent on meaningless conversations and the scenes get into the action parts faster than you would expect. Runtime of 1h 50min is works well; you will not be bored.

Fight scenes get more rewarding halfway through, closer to the game style.

Also, the idea to rotate this film's story around the rivalry between scorpion and sub-zero worked; it gave some background. Maybe the lead protagonist is not that interesting compared to the other characters but he seems necessary to keep the story moving forward.

So, this first film does the job and although not everyone from the game is in it, I m sure all the other favorite characters will appear in the next 2 films and I m looking forward to that.

6,5/10 good effort bringing the game on film screen.

Reviewed by jota-b 7 / 10

2021 Special Effects, 1990 storyline

I believe that I'm speaking for most fans when I say that I was expecting this to be loyal to the original storyline - a thought that the movie trailer ended right away. Instead we were presented with lots of deviations, and a sort of "prequel" that states a hope to build a cinematic universe around Mortal Kombat for the coming years, which don't get me wrong, is a very good thing. What I do think it's bad is the general acting - regarding some exceptions - along with character build up. Outworld characters appear to fall from the sky with little to no storyline attached to who they are and where they came from, when there was a lot to tell, especially about Shang Tsung, Mileena and Kabal. Actors playing Liu Kang, Kung Lao and particularly Raiden were close to average, along with their argument which was little to none. Kabal's voice was also not adequate to its figure. The guy's breathing through a metal mask and is stuck in an "iron lung" and sounds like a young wannabe highschool bully.

Now the big elephant in the room, Cole Young. Adding a new character isn't that bad, but a new protagonist... that's an entire different thing. It's a very risky move, mostly because not only shatters the whole storyline, but also because a main character needs to be likeable to the general audience in order to stand. Personally, I found him closer to indifferent than good or bad, just kind of there. Fortunatly we can see that at the end, there's an intention to bring Johny Cage, who should already be present nonetheless along with Kitana (how can we have Mileena without Kitana?).

Also there were some unecessary scenes, like Nitara (totally random choice by the way) literally appearing on screen just to die in the following second, following the footsteps of Rain in MK Anihalation. One way to get around that and other unsuited scene changes would be to increase the movie's lenght or simply not screening the character at all.

On the upside, Kano's role is incredibly well performed and gives the movie its whole humour, bringing balance and a reality feeling to it. The fighting sequences are good, well shooted from a nice different set of angles, with a lot of movement variety. It's also noticeable they gave enourmous attention to Sub-Zero's special effects, which I think is one the best things in the movie along with some easter eggs like Shinnok's Amulet or Kitana's Fan. Goro's animation is also on a good note.

Last but not least, the final standoff between Scorpion and Sub-Zero didn't let down. Very well shooted with an original choreography, and still managing to be loyal to some of the most iconic original moves from the game characters.

To summarize, it's a generally well done remake. Although needing a lot of work, mostly on actor's performance and argument, has potential to set the foundations for an upcoming cinematic universe to be explored, which after all these years, MK absolutely deserves.

Reviewed by tnsurferboy11 6 / 10

No need for Cole

I like the brutal fight scenes and the actors chosen for the characters. Unfortunately, the battles were often very short and characters killed quickly, some of which should never have been in a pre-tournament movie. This movie felt pointless and the addition of Cole is not necessary. Just make Cole die next movie and bring Scorpion back. That's the only way this trilogy works. The new character Cole is so annoying and not even a real MK fighter so what's the point.

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