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Street Fighter -- Col. Guile and various other martial arts heroes fight against the tyranny of Dictator M. Bison and his cohorts.

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Steven E. de Souza (written by)
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23 December 1994 (USA) See more »
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The ultimate battle. See more »
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Col. Guile and various other martial arts heroes fight against the tyranny of Dictator M. Bison and his cohorts. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Why I defend Street Fighter to this day. See more (273 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jean-Claude Van Damme ... Colonel Guile

Raul Julia ... Bison

Ming-Na Wen ... Chun-Li

Damian Chapa ... Ken

Kylie Minogue ... Cammy

Simon Callow ... A.N. Official

Byron Mann ... Ryu

Roshan Seth ... Dhalsim

Andrew Bryniarski ... Zangief

Grand L. Bush ... Balrog

Robert Mammone ... Carlos Blanka

Miguel A. Núñez Jr. ... Dee Jay
Gregg Rainwater ... T. Hawk

Kenya Sawada ... Captain Sawada

Jay Tavare ... Vega
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo ... E. Honda (as Peter Tuiasosopo)

Wes Studi ... Victor Sagat
Gerry Day ... Lab Guard
Sander Vanocur ... GNT News Anchor
Adrian Cronauer ... A.N. Forces D.J.
David Green ... MP Guard
Kenzo Tsujimoto ... A.N. Commander

Edward R. Pressman ... Lonely Cook (as Ed Pressman)
Ray Swenson ... Bison's Architect
Joe Bugner ... Bison's Torturer
Brian Moll ... Bison's Scientist
Maria Dickson ... Bison's Scientist
Norman Steiner ... Bison's Scientist
Andrew Cottgrove ... Bison Trooper
Seng Kawee ... Waiter
Kamilyn Kaneko ... A.N. Soldier
David De Souza ... A.N. Soldier (as David de Souza)

Scott Rosen ... A.N. Soldier
Renzo Colla ... Studio News Anchor
Ric Curnow ... Studio News Anchor
Efthymios Kallos ... Studio News Anchor
Alex Ivacheff ... Studio News Anchor
Maow Krungvong ... Studio News Anchor
Françoise Le Cosset ... Studio News Anchor (as Francoise Le Cosset)
Saleh Saqqaf ... Studio News Anchor
Rosanna Wong ... Studio News Anchor
Christine M. Walton ... Bison Computer (voice)

Darcy LaPier ... Guile's Date
Jeri Barchilon ... Blanka's Date
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

James Costas ... Streetfighter (uncredited)
Ross Marsden ... Allied Nations soldier (uncredited)
Ong Soo Han ... Thug with Toy Gun (uncredited)

Benny Urquidez ... Sagat Gang Member (uncredited)

Gordon Waddell ... Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
Steven E. de Souza 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Steven E. de Souza (written by)

Produced by
Jun Aida .... executive producer
Jeri Barchilon .... associate producer
Sasha Harari .... executive producer
Grant Hill .... line producer
Kenichi Imai .... associate producer
Hiroshi Nozaki .... associate producer
Edward R. Pressman .... producer
Akio Sakai .... associate producer
Kenzo Tsujimoto .... producer
Tim Zinnemann .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Graeme Revell 
 
Cinematography by
William A. Fraker 
 
Film Editing by
Edward M. Abroms 
Donn Aron 
Dov Hoenig 
Anthony Redman 
Robert F. Shugrue 
 
Casting by
Steve Brooksbank 
Mary Jo Slater 
 
Production Design by
William J. Creber 
 
Art Direction by
Lek Chaiyan Chunsuttiwat 
Ian Gracie 
 
Set Decoration by
Lesley Crawford 
Jensen Toms (uncredited)
 
Costume Design by
Deborah Kramer  (as Deborah La Gorce Kramer)
 
Makeup Department
Janice Alexander .... key hair
Zoltan Elek .... key makeup artist (as Zoltan)
Maggie Fung .... makeup artist
Maggie Singh .... make-up assistant
Margaret Stevenson .... makeup artist
Cheryl Williams .... hairdresser
 
Production Management
Rosslyn Abernethy .... production manager
Wan Allen .... production manager: Thailand
Brendon 'Moose' Boyd .... unit manager
Gregory A. Gale .... post-production supervisor
Kim Gladman .... assistant unit manager
Grant Hill .... unit production manager
Vicki Popplewell .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vera Biffone .... third assistant director
Christopher Dow .... second assistant director: second unit
Topher Dow .... second assistant director
Keith Heygate .... first assistant director: second unit
James McTeigue .... second second assistant director
Michael Mercurio .... third assistant director: second unit
Don Munro .... second assistant director: Canada
Don Munro .... second assistant director: reshoots
Peter T. Nathan .... second assistant director
Charlie Picerni .... second unit director
Brett Popplewell .... first assistant director
Chad Rosen .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jo-Ann Beikoff .... props buyer/set dresser
Bob Booker .... art department runner
Nic Brunner .... props buyer/set dresser
Martin Bruveris .... set painter
Michael Chorney .... set designer
James Cox .... standby props
Rohan Dawson .... brush hand
Beverley Dunn .... assistant set decorator
Justine Dunn .... set dresser
Genevieve Duraire .... art department auditor
Brian Edmonds .... property master
Andrew Gardiner .... construction foreman
Bill Howe .... boat construction coordinator
Michael Iacono .... props buyer/set dresser
Eugene Intas .... graphic artist
Glen W. Johnson .... set dresser
Jacinta Leong .... graphic artist
Catherine Mansill .... draftsperson
Jamie McLennan .... carpenter
Jim Millett .... props maker
John O'Brien .... construction coordinator
John Parker .... construction coordinator
Ray Pedler .... scenic artist
Amanda Sallybanks .... art department coordinator (as Amanda Selling)
Larry Sandy .... assistant standby props
Brock Sykes .... greensman
Gregg Thomas .... greens supervisor
Jeffrey Thorp .... props designer (as Jeff Thorp)
Susan Torri .... assistant art director
Randy Vellacott .... graphic artist
Dave Weston .... leading hand
Callie Williams .... props maker
 
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound editor
Michael J. Benavente .... dialogue editor
Ed Callahan .... sound editor
Rick Canelli .... adr recordist
Kevin E. Carpenter .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Chock .... dialogue editor
James Christopher .... dialogue editor
Mark Coffey .... sound transferer
Joe Dorn .... adr editor
John Dunn .... supervising sound editor
Julia Evershade .... supervising adr editor
Stephanie Flack .... sound editor
Donald Flick .... sound editor
Galen Goodpaster .... assistant sound editor
Jeffrey J. Haboush .... sound re-recording mixer
Warren Hamilton Jr. .... sound editor
Michael Herbick .... sound re-recording mixer
Hilda Hodges .... foley recordist
John Hulsman .... sound editor
Donlee Jorgensen .... foley editor
Pamela G. Kimber .... assistant adr editor
R.J. Kizer .... adr editor
Nicholas Vincent Korda .... adr editor (as Nick Korda)
Mary Jo Lang .... foley mixer
Mark Lewer .... stereo sound consultant: DTS
Patricio A. Libenson .... dialogue editor
Dean G. Manly .... sound editor
Courtenay Marvin .... assistant sound editor
Kathy McCart .... sound re-recordist
Tom McCormick .... optical negative
Donald O. Mitchell .... sound re-recording mixer
Oscar Mitt .... assistant sound editor
Frank A. Montaño .... sound re-recording mixer
James Morioka .... apprentice sound editor
Robert Morrisey .... assistant sound editor
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Peter Pantages .... adr background
Peter Pantages .... sound: additional recording
Jeena M. Phelps .... assistant adr editor
Gary Ritchie .... sound re-recordist
John Roesch .... foley artist
Alexandra Root .... assistant sound editor
Geoffrey G. Rubay .... dialogue editor
Greg P. Russell .... sound re-recording mixer
Victoria Rose Sampson .... adr editor (as Vickie Sampson)
Solange S. Schwalbe .... sound editor (as Solange Schwalbe Bouisseau)
Ralph Stuart .... assistant sound editor
Carolyn Tapp .... foley recordist
Marvin Walowitz .... sound editor
Mark J. Wasiutak .... boom operator
Gary Wilkins .... sound recordist
Brian Williams .... sound designer
David Wolowic .... assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Mark Brims .... special effects
Rodney Burke .... special effects
Steve Carpenter .... special effects
Steve Courtney .... special effects (as Steven Courtney)
Brian Cox .... special effects supervisor
Mont Fieguth .... special effects (as Monte Fieguth)
Paul Gorrie .... special effects
David Hardie .... special effects
Jenny O'Connell .... special effects coordinator
Brian Pearce .... special effects
Marty Scurrah .... special effects
Steve Szekeres .... special effects
Walter Van Veenendaal .... special effects
David Young .... special effects (as Dave Young)
 
Visual Effects by
Lawrence E. Benson .... visual effects executive producer
Steven R. Benson .... visual effects supervisor
Suzanne M. Benson .... visual effects producer
Ashley Brooks .... cg animator
Dena Chang .... digital scanner
Rob Conn .... digital effects artist: PHOTON
Barney Dogette .... cg animator
Robert Hill .... optical cameraman
Shant Jordan .... cg animator
Donna Kaufman .... title artist
Carson Kiel .... optical cameraman
Dee McClelland .... telecine colorist dailies
Richard E. Olson .... optical line-up
Dean Sadmune .... CGI supervisor
Greg Shimp .... wire removal
A. Sorokin .... cg animator
Aliza Sorotzkin .... cg animator
David Spaff .... animation: lightning
Grant Fraser .... digital compositor (uncredited)
James Rogers .... digital artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Shea Adams .... stunts
Roni Avigdory .... stunts
Danny Baldwin .... assistant stunt coordinator
Sue Baldwin .... stunts
Udo Bartschat .... stunts
Kenny Bates .... stunts
Damian Bradford .... stunts
Nick Brett .... stunt rigger
Dianne Cassilis .... stunts
Mark Chique .... stunts
Lazaro Cifuentes .... stunts
Mick Corrigan .... stunt rigger
Paul Doyle .... stunts
Collin Dragsbaek .... stunts
Nash Edgerton .... stunts
Kyle Edwards .... stunts
Sam Elia .... stunts
Sebastian Foxx .... stunts
Andy Gill .... stunt rigger
Dean Gould .... stunts
Scotty Gregory .... stunts (as Scott Gregory)
Steve Harman .... stunt performer
Seng Kawee .... stunts
Nigel King .... stunts
Gabriel Kozulin .... stunts
Jeff Langton .... stunts
Master Lee .... stunts
Tony Lynch .... stunts
Rick MacLure .... stunts
Steve Markey .... stunts
Steve Morris .... stunts
Michael Morteo .... stunts
Graeme O'Connell .... stunts
Rene Perrin .... stunt player
Zoran Petrovic .... stunts
Paul Phillips .... stunt performer
Charlie Picerni .... stunt coordinator
Brett Praed .... stunts
Ernie Reyes Sr. .... stunts
James Richards .... stunts (as Jim Richards)
Yasca Sinigaglia .... stunts
Ong Soo Han .... stunts
Melody Sorensen .... stunt double: Kylie Minogue
Melody Sorensen .... stunt double: Ming-Na Wen
Melody Sorensen .... stunts
Mark Stefanich .... stunts
Adam Stripp .... stunts
Glenn Suter .... stunts
Darko Tuscan .... stunts (as Darko Tuskan)
Benny Urquidez .... stunts
Ron Vreeken .... stunts
Gordon Waddell .... stunt performer
Eddie L. Watkins .... stunts
Darryl Young .... stunts (as Daryl Young)
Nancy Young .... special assistant to stunt coordinator
Derek Brassell .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Philippe Deseck .... stunts (uncredited)
Alex Kuzelicki .... acrobatic double: Van Damme (uncredited)
Mark Stefanich .... stunt double: Jean-Claude Van Damme (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Bird .... best boy grip
Ray Brown .... key grip
Dean Bryant .... assistant rigging electrician
Daniel Clark .... grip (second unit)
Glen Dawe .... assistant rigging electrician (as Glenn Dawe)
David E. Diano .... director of photography: second unit
Sally Eccleston .... focus puller: second unit
Reg Garside .... gaffer
Stephen Grey .... electrician
Justin Hammond .... video split operator: second unit
Gary Hill .... best boy
Kerry Jackson .... grip
Darrin Keough .... focus puller
John Lee .... electrician: second unit (uncredited )
Brett Marks .... grip
Brett Matthews .... clapper/loader
Marty Naucler .... first assistant camera
Mick O'Brien .... assistant rigging electrician
Lex Rawlins .... focus puller
Simon Russell .... video split operator
Brad Shield .... camera operator
Boo Slattery .... electrician
Matt Slattery .... rigging gaffer
Paul Smith .... grip
Jim Townley .... still photographer
Anna Townsend .... clapper/loader
Michael Vivian .... grip
Marcus Watson .... assistant rigging electrician
Steve Wells .... grip
Rick Whitfield .... video supervisor
David Williamson .... camera operator
Colin Wyatt .... electrician
Damian Wyvill .... first assistant camera: second unit
Steve Bruce .... additional electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Judith Cruden .... extras casting
Liz Mullinar .... casting: australia (as Liz Mullinar & Associates)
Ann Robinson .... casting: australia
Trish Wallace .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julie Barton .... stand-by wardrobe
James Colmer .... costume prop maker
Christelle Coroneos .... wardrobe assistant
Phil Eagles .... wardrobe supervisor
Suzanne Head .... wardrobe assistant (as Susanne Head)
Matthew Kinman .... costume breakdown person
Alan Lazowick .... urban armor
Arabella Lockhart .... wardrobe assistant
Helen Mains .... wardrobe assistant
Penny Neilson .... wardrobe assistant (as Penny Nielson)
Gwendolyn Stukely .... costume assistant
Kerry Thompson .... wardrobe supervisor
Marilyn Vance .... costume designer: Bison
Susan J. Wright .... costumer: Raul Julia
 
Editorial Department
Lynn Abroms .... assistant editor
Matthew Booth .... first assistant editor
Matthew Cassel .... assistant editor
Albert Coleman .... assistant editor
Nicolas De Toth .... assistant editor
John Finklea .... second assistant editor
Sandra Grubb .... assistant editor
Al Hansen .... post-production
Lee Harry .... editor: title sequence
Phil Hetos .... color timer
Brian Johnson .... assistant editor
Carole A. Kenneally .... first assistant editor
Geoffrey Lamb .... assistant editor
Lisa Morlas .... assistant editor
Craig Nisker .... first assistant editor
Beverly Pinnas .... assistant editor
Stacy Plavoukos .... post-production coordinator
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter
Florent Retz .... apprentice editor
Bob Shugrue Jr. .... first assistant editor (as Robert F. Shugrue Jr.)
 
Music Department
George Acogny .... composer: songs
Daniel Gaber .... assistant music editor
Mark Gasbarro .... additional orchestrator
Eric Harryman .... music supervisor
Larry Kenton .... additional orchestrator
Ken Kugler .... additional orchestrator
Barry Levine .... executive music producer
Barry Levine .... music supervisor
Graeme Revell .... orchestrator
Andrew Shack .... music consultant
Tim Simonec .... conductor
Tim Simonec .... orchestrator
Dan Wallin .... music scoring mixer
Brian Williams .... music sound designer
Joshua Winget .... music editor
Toby Wood .... assistant scoring engineer
 
Transportation Department
Drew Michel .... driver: cast
John Suhr .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Rosslyn Abernethy .... australian production liaison
Kenneth Abrams .... l.a. production assistant
Trevor Adams .... black and white film laboratory technician
Valerie Alvarez .... l.a. production assistant
Dale Arthur .... production coordinator
Sam Bernstein .... auditor
Kevin Bestt .... armorer
Joseph Bogadanovic Jr. .... l.a. office coordinator
Brian Burns .... armorer
Michelle Callahan .... assistant: Edward R. Pressman
Jodie Carrette .... unit publicist
Silla Childs .... production secretary
Jeff Conner .... marketing consultant
Gary Conti .... l.a. production assistant
Liza Daley .... craft service
Stephanie Dalton .... l.a. production assistant
Rhonda Fortescue .... payroll clerk
Rea Francis .... unit publicist
Sean Hartley Francis .... l.a. office production assistant
Joëlle François .... press attache: France
Roger Garrod .... unit projectionist
Pamela Godfrey .... marketing executive
Vanessa Green .... production assistant
Julie Hansen .... post-production accountant
Bruce Hofert .... l.a. production assistant
Dean Hood .... assistant accountant
Scott Johnston .... production assistant
Hazuki Kataoka .... l.a. production assistant
Angela Kenny .... assistant auditor
Anne Lara .... press attache: France
Richard Lawrence .... videowall effects
Melaini Lewis .... travel coordinator
James Linville .... first assistant accountant
Tricia McInally .... assistant production coordinator: second unit Thailand
Mike McLean .... location manager
Peter McLennan .... production assistant
Gary McNamara .... boat wrangler
Christopher Otto .... assistant: Edward R. Pressman
Andrew Parris .... videowall effects
Jamie Platt .... runner
Scott Popjes .... assistant to director
Ray Quiroz .... script supervisor
Jacquie Ramsay .... set nurse
Jacquie Robertson .... unit nurse
Howard Samuelsohn .... dialogue coach: Mr. Van Damme
Curtis Schroeder .... financial consutlant (as Curt Schroeder)
Wes Selwood .... additional video playback assistant
Steven D. Simpson .... assistant production accountant
Greg Stuart .... safety officer
Michelle Tabet .... craft service
Kenichi Tanaka .... production associate
Laurie Thornton .... marketing executive
Robert Threadgold .... production accountant
Kathy Troutt .... caterer
Benny Urquidez .... trainer (as Benny 'The Jet' Urquidez)
Emily Zalenski .... l.a. production assistant
George Zammit .... armorer
Craig Ingham .... magic advisor (uncredited)
Daniel Wheatcroft .... studio executive (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Raul Julia .... in memory of
Master Lee .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for non-stop martial arts and action violence
Runtime:
102 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Trivia:
Thought the film was the worst film based on video game and panned by both critics and fans, it did became a commercial success and Juliá's preformance was praised.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: While Guille watches a video of him, Blanca and their wives, the Brazilian flag stitched on Blanca's uniform is clearly backwards.See more »
Quotes:
[Ryu and Ken have been grabbed by the neck by Sagat during the ambush of Bison's party]
Victor Sagat:[raging] Are you with me, or against me?
Ken:[desperate] Uh... is that multiple choice?
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Trampoline Ninjas (2009) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
PandemoniumSee more »

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14 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Why I defend Street Fighter to this day., 27 November 2010
Author: solidgameboy12-1 from Troy, Montana

Street Fighter is a strange video game movie. The game is an amazing 2D fighter with a wide array of characters from different continents who battle it out for...something.

The Movie, surprisingly, has more plot than you would think. M. Bison (Raul Julia, in his final performance) is now portrayed as a megalomanical super villain who has dreams of causing collapse to the entire world, such as killing a large number of hostages unless paid a ransom worthy of Dr. Evil standards, creating a breed of super soldiers and kidnapping the Queen of England and create his own world based off of his image. Trust me, it is as silly as it sounds.

Lt. Guile (Jean Claude Van Damme) approaches the situation in that he has to save the hostages and hopefully put Bison on ice, once and for all, thus stopping his plans for world domination.

From there on in, the movie is basically an almost two hour fan service with various subplots with almost all the characters from the Street Fighter universe. Zangief and Dee Jay work for M. Bison as Muscle and Computer Technician, respectively. Chun-Li, Balrog and E. Honda are all out for get revenge and Ken and Ryu are professional fighters hoping to score a battle against the vain Vega and evil Sagat.

Like I said, the rest of the movie is nothing short of fan service, since all the actors deliver some truly awful one liners aside, Van Damme's Guile almost sounds like Tommy Wiseau ("The Room") when you close your eyes, and the whole plot itself is actually quite boring.

Well, why in the world would someone defend this movie then? I'll give you three reasons, two are part of the movie, and one is a personal thing.

1. Raul Julia's M. Bison. A villain who looks rather powerful should be given a great performance. While Raul Julia did die after this movie was over, there is no denying that he went out with a bang rather than whimper. His performance is laughably over the top, but at no point do you look at his face and see a man who seems to think he's in a movie, and as a result, he makes the movie quite amazing. If anything, he gives us a theatrical villain which, for his character, works very well.

2. There was a lot of room for potential here. Let's be honest, writing a movie is easy, but writing a good movie is hard. The director (Who is also the writer) took a fighting video game and crafted a movie out of it, and a fairly well done one at that. Sure, not in execution, but in originality, it works.

3. It was a movie from my childhood. I was a child of the 90's, and as such, I can remember my parents letting me watch this at a very young age, and it was awesome. Damn the Nostalgia factor, but it's what makes this movie really good. I can remember how intimidated I was in the final battle scenes, and how cool M. Bison was to me (in that over the top Saturday Morning Cartoon style of cool).

This movie is a very easy one to attack for just not being good, but understand from my point of view, even knowing how bad it is, having no character development, some truly cheesy one liners and awful performances, including Van Damme giving a performance that makes him sound like Tommy Wiseau if he smoked cigarettes for ten years and you closed your eyes real tight, I still like it.

It's cheesy, terrible and ridiculous, but all you need to know is that Raul Julia delivers some of the best lines for years to come, and you know you are dealing with a kind of cult classic when one of the film's greatest lines is, "This is merely superconductor electromagnetism. Surely, you've heard of it." In other words, go see this movie if you haven't already.

7/10.

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