Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars. Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars.
Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars.
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Mortal Kombat movie review: gleefully violent video game adaptation a treat for fans of game franchise

  • Director Simon McQuoid understands and honours the film’s video game origins, including memorable lines of dialogue and signature fight moves throughout
  • Don’t expect a nuanced character drama – when they’re not fighting, characters bicker and spout pseudo-spiritual idioms until it’s time to square off again

Topic |   American films
Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars. Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars.
Lewis Tan (right) and Ian Streetz in a still from Mortal Kombat (category III), directed by Simon McQuoid. Hiroyuki Sanada co-stars.
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