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Street Fighter Alpha (1999)

Street Fighter Zero (original title)
A dark power threatens to consume famed fighter Ryu, who is visited by a long-lost little brother. Meanwhile, a mad scientist wishes to harness this power for himself.

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Ryû (voice)
Kazuya Ichijô ...
Ken Masters (voice)
Yumi Tôma ...
Chun-Li (voice)
Tomomichi Nishimura ...
Gouki (voice)
Ai Orikasa ...
Rose (voice)
Chiaki Ôsawa ...
Sakura Kasugano (voice)
Reiko Kiuchi ...
Shun (voice)
Bin Shimada ...
Wallace (voice)
Miki Nagasawa ...
Kei Chitose (voice)
Ken Yamaguchi ...
Gôken (voice)
Daiki Nakamura ...
Professor Sadler (voice)
Hisao Egawa ...
Rosanov (voice)
Kazuyuki Ishikawa ...
Balrog Fabio La Cerda / Dan Hibiki (voice)
Hidenari Ugaki ...
Zangief (voice)
Kokoro Shindô ...
Kid (voice)
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Shadoloo's leader, Vega (Bison in the English version), sponsors an unpublicized fighting tournament. Shotokan devotees Ryu and Ken revive their rivalry, while foolish former-Shotokan student Dan seeks revenge on Sagat, the man that killed his father. US Army Colonels Guile and Nash (AKA Charlie) attempt to stop Vega's ways, alongside countless other fighters fighting for their personal reasons. Did Ryu find the ultimate challenge? What happened to Nash? And what is the story behind the evil entity known as Gouki (Akuma in the English version)...? Written by Trevor-12

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This animated movie is based on a CP System-II game called Street Fighter Alpha 2 (also known as Street Fighter Zero 2 in Japan, Asia, South America and Australia) The street fighters that have appeared in this animated movie are: Ryu, Ken Masters, Chun Li, Sakura Kasugano, Rose, Zangief, Akuma, Dan Hibiki, Birdie, Adon, Dhalsim, Guy, Sodom and Rolento F. Schugurg. The street fighters that are absent are: Charlie Nash, Master Bison, Sagat (only mentioned twice) and Gen. The street fighters that made cameo appearances are: Vega (from Street Fighter II: The World Warrior) and Ibuki (from Street Fighter III: New Generation). The street fighters exclusive to this movie are Wallace, Shun, Rosanov, S.A.D.L.E.R.B.O.T. and Sadler. See more »

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Ryu's eyes change from light gray to brown and back in several scenes. See more »

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Gouki: Where I walk, I walk alone. Where I fight, I fight alone.
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A good Street Fighter adaptation.
7 January 2004 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

This movie was not quite what I hope it to be. I mean, is good in terms of animation, script and voice acting, but lacks in story impact for the fans of the game (and we know that the real Street Fighter story would work better than this one, while this has at least some basis). In this movie, we know a young martial artist named Ryu. His sensei Gouken was killed some time ago by a man named Gouki (we, the game's fans, know that Gouki and Gouken were actually brothers, but this is not mentioned in the movie at all, maybe because is just not relevant). This Gouki uses the power of the Satsui no Hadou, wich is no other that the 'Evil Intent'. Ryu is feeling that power inside him, and try to find out how to defeat it. Just in this stage of his life, a kid shows up reclaiming being his young brother. This boy also has the power of Satsui no Hadou and manifests it. Things are not getting any good to Ryu. The script open many storyline gates, but the one that really matters is Ryu's internal fight, while not the character's life itself. So, when the movie ends, all other storylines remain opened, while only the important one closes. This is very risky for a script, but I think it works fine. I mean, in the real life at the end of one dilemma, other possible dilemmas might not get solved. This is what happens to Street Fighter Zero. However, some of this dilemmas actually needed to be solved, like Sakura's. For example, Chun Li has her own dilemmas, but she actually gets in Ryu's way, so to know some about her was obvious. But what impact had Sakura on Ryu's trial? None. It was, in fact, in the other way: Ryu has a strike on Sakura's trail. That would work for a Sakura movie, but not for a Ryu movie. I felt Sakura's incursion very rushed, like a fan service thing. However, in the whole, Street Fighter Zero is a good, but not excellent movie. It could be better, just that. And an advice: This movie is not for those who look for a lot of anime action. This is more like Ang Lee's Crouching Tigger, Hidden Dragon. It has some action, but the spirit lays in the inner fight.


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