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Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li -- Interpol agent Chun-Li (Kreuk) enters an underground fighting tournament, with her eyes set on M. Bison (McDonough), the contest's founder and leader of a crime syndicate who may have been responsible for the death of Chun-Li's father.

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Writer:
Justin Marks (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 February 2009 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Some fight for power. Some fight for us.
Plot:
When a teenager, Chun-Li witnesses the kidnapping of her father by wealthy crime lord M. Bison. When she grows up, she goes into a quest for vengeance and becomes the famous crime-fighter of the Street Fighter universe. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Directed by
Andrzej Bartkowiak 
 
Writing credits
Justin Marks (screenplay)

Produced by
Patrick Aiello .... producer
Ashok Amritraj .... producer
Manu Gargi .... line producer
David Harfield .... executive producer
Keiji Inafune .... executive producer
Russell D. Markowitz .... co-producer
Toshi Tokumaru .... executive producer
Haruhiro Tsujimoto .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Stephen Endelman (music by)
 
Cinematography by
Geoff Boyle (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Derek Brechin (edited by)
Niven Howie (edited by)
 
Casting by
Nutjaporn 'Bow' Swasdiprom 
 
Production Design by
Michael Z. Hanan 
 
Art Direction by
Suchartanun 'Kai' Kuladee 
Arlan Jay Vetter 
 
Set Decoration by
Suzanne Caplan Merwanji 
 
Costume Design by
Shirley Chan 
 
Production Management
Nancy Kirhoffer .... post-production supervisor
Raweeporn 'Non' Srimonju .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Thomas A. Keith .... second assistant director
Dion Lam .... action director
Sylvia Liu .... first assistant director
Inthira Sawantrat .... first assistant director
Fei Wong .... first assistant director: action unit
 
Art Department
Ted Boonthanakit .... storyboard artist
Sirimas Gamm Chaimeeklin .... art runner
Pattamawan Chaiwattananan .... art coordinator
Sarawut Chincharoen .... property master
Marjorie Eber .... set dresser
Sorayuk Mookleemas .... assistant property master
Samavee Pummoung .... set dressing coordinator
 
Sound Department
Joshua Adeniji .... foley editor
Odin Benitez .... supervising sound editor
Paul Clark .... sound mixer
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Levent Erdogan .... foley editor
Arthur Farkas .... sound editor
Tammy Fearing .... adr editor
Jason Gaya .... sound recordist
Judah Getz .... adr mixer
Eric Gillingham .... sound effects editor
Corey J. Grasso .... foley mixer
Aaron J. Green .... manager: sound services
Alla Green .... voice over artist: voice
Darrell Hanzalik .... adr & dialogue supervisor
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Annop Jaikaew .... boom operator
Richard Kitting .... re-recording mixer
John Kwiatkowski .... dialogue editor
Cliff Latimer .... dialogue editor
Tiffany Lentz .... assistant sound editor
John Leveque .... supervising sound editor
Zach Michaelis .... foley recordist
Rory Oleson .... additional sound effects
Paul D. Poduska .... sound librarian
Charles W. Ritter .... sound effects editor
Bruce Tanis .... sound effects editor
Todd Toon .... sound effects editor
Jonathan Wales .... re-recording mixer
Kevin Warendorp .... first assistant sound editor
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Gabriel Bloomberg .... visual effects assistant
Sean Findley .... digital supervisor
Jason Gottlieb .... visual effects artist
Shahen Jordan .... supervising matte artist
Shant Jordan .... digital effects supervisor
Kareem K.H. .... digital compositor
Kris Kelley .... digital artist
Marc Kolbe .... visual effects producer
Marc Kolbe .... visual effects supervisor
Claudia Lari .... visual effects artist
Shoban Narayanan .... cg supervisor (as Shobanbabu)
James Payfer .... rotoscope artist
Karthik Ramasamy .... digital paint artist
Karthic Ramesh .... digital paint artist
Davis Reynolds .... visual effects editor
V. Samundeswari .... senior compositor
Diego Vida .... visual effects artist
Stephen Wilson .... digital compositor
Panneer Selvam .... compositor: Imageworks India (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Jonathan Eusebio .... co-fight choreographer
Xianglong Ge .... stunts
Sam Hargrave .... stunt double: Neal McDonough (re-shoots )
Seng Kawee .... stunt coordinator: Thailand (as Kawee Sirikhanaerut)
Supoj Khaowwong .... assistant stunt coordinator: Thailand (as Supoi Khaowwong)
Dion Lam .... fight choreographer
Dion Lam .... supervising stunt coordinator
Chongchong Liu .... stunts
Junwei Liu .... stunts
Yujing Liu .... stunts
Sui Wa Tang .... assistant stunt coordinator (as Tang Sui Wa)
Jon Valera .... co-fight choreographer: reshoots
Xia Wang .... stunts
Tin Hung Yee .... first assistant stunt coordinator (as Yick Tin Hung)
Zhang Zhiye .... stunts
Yuanzhang Zhuang .... stunts (as Zhuang Yuanzhang)
Brahim Achabbakhe .... stunts (uncredited)
Anis Cheurfa .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Matt Cho .... stunts (uncredited)
Jared S. Eddo .... utility stunts: re-shoots (uncredited)
Cullet Eric .... stunts (uncredited)
Justin Rodgers Hall .... fight stunts (uncredited)
Anton Kalinitchenko .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Erik Markus Schuetz .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Heidi Moneymaker .... stunt double: Moon Bloodgood (uncredited)
Ming Qiu .... stunt double: Kristin Kreuk (uncredited)
Marc Redmond .... stunts (uncredited)
Charlie Ruedpokanon .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kenny Groom .... first assistant camera
Ossie Jung .... gaffer
Zak Katz .... video assist: main unit
Christopher TJ McGuire .... Steadicam operator
Christopher TJ McGuire .... camera operator
Igor Meglic .... director of photography: action unit
Shaun Mone .... gaffer: action unit
Ryan Nguyen .... camera operator: Los Angeles Unit
Bridger Nielson .... director of photography: Los Angeles
Suriyun Santitharangkun .... video assistant
Chesda 'Pop' Smithsuth .... gaffer (as Smithsuth 'Pop' Chesda)
Picha Srisansanee .... camera operator: action unit
 
Casting Department
Gregory T. Eismin .... casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna .... adr voice casting (as Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson)
Tanawat Punya .... extras casting
Supattra 'Pum' Punyadee .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Corinne Bogdanowicz .... digital intermediate colorist
Gilbert Carreras .... color timer
Ben Howdeshell .... first assistant editor
Matthew W. Johnson .... digital intermediate editor: Post Logic Studios
Betsy Solorzano .... digital intermediate producer
 
Location Management
Somchai Santitharangkun .... location manager
 
Music Department
Avner Dorman .... conductor
Avner Dorman .... orchestrator
Mason Kaye .... assistant orchestrator
Christopher Kennedy .... music editor
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music supervisor
Tyler Westen .... scoring mixer
 
Transportation Department
Amornwich Emeim .... transportation captain: action unit
Ronnarit Kowanich .... fuel man: action unit
Chidchanok Plodripu .... transportation coordinator
Patima Thampirak .... transportation assistant
Prawat Ui .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Russell Geoffrey Banks .... stand-in
Nattinee Buapong .... assistant to line producer
Lloyd Bunnak .... voice-over artist
Thanadda Donkitphai .... production secretary
Mike Dougherty .... assistant to Ashok Amritraj
Sue Field .... script supervisor
Tracey Grimes .... account executive: Post Logic Studios
Aaron Horwitz .... epk director
Alexandre Kyriakidis .... production assistant
Jim Lau .... adr loop group
Bob Lewis .... production finance controller
Kimi Porter .... production coordinator
Plinn Pratoommas .... production assistant
Navarutt Roongaroon .... script supervisor
Robert Rothenborg .... double (as Vega)
Robert Rothenborg .... stand-in: Chris Klein
Jason Ruitenbach .... digital restoration
Surawit Sae Kang .... adr voices
Asakorn Sirisujarittham .... choreographer
Vasit Suchitta .... prosthetic effects
Mattana Suthammasa .... assistant production coordinator
Don Thai Theerathada .... voice-over artist (as Don Tai)
Natthawan Uapahurat .... production accountant
Chanida 'Chompoo' Yasiri .... assistant: director
Ron Yuan .... voice
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and martial arts action, and some sensuality
Runtime:
96 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
This movie only has 7 world warriors taken from Capcom's "Fighting Game of 2008" titled Street Fighter IV (originally, the game has 25 characters) with the legendary world warrior from Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams [1995] (also know as Street Fighter Zero in Japan, Asia, South America and Australia) known as Charlie Nash being a special guest to this movie rather than reusing the hybrid-character "Carlos Blanka" from Universal Pictures's Street Fighter [1994], The world warriors that made there appearances are: Chun Li, Gen, Crimson "Maya" Viper, Rose, Balrog, Vega, Master Bison and Charlie Nash. The world warriors that are absent are: Ryu (who is mentioned by Gen once), Ken Masters, Major Guile (who is replaced by Charlie Nash), Blanka, Edmund Honda, Zangief, Dhalsim, Sagat, Cammy White, Fei Long, Akuma, Dan Hibiki, Sakura Kasugano, Able, El Fuerte, Rufus, Gouken and Seth.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Bison asks Vega to take care of Chun Li, and Vega looks at the photo of her, his hand is white. The Vega double is Scandinavian and Taboo is Hispanic.See more »
Quotes:
Charlie Nash:His name's Bison. I've tracked him through eleven major cities on four continents and never come close, not once. This guy walks through the raindrops. Anybody that's against him is either dead, or on their way.See more »
Soundtrack:
Guns HighSee more »

FAQ

Why won't Ryu and Ken be featured in the film?
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14 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
very disappointing, 7 March 2009
Author: Floated2

When i first saw the trailers of this movie, i thought that it was gonna be great and entertaining. I remember playing the video games of street fighter while growing up and remembering the characters so i got excited for this. But this was a big disappointment. I can honestly say that the script was just plain awful. Since the script was crap i cant blame the actors for there performances. Except for Nash (Chris Klein) he was truly terrible, how the hell is he able to be an actor and who is the idiot that decided to pay him for it. they should of really ran through the script and made sure it all made sense. The first fight scene was actually good so i thought it was going to be a good movie, all though i did not like the intro to the movie since it dragged on. I hate movies where the characters tell their story and when their telling it from their prospective. That was how it started for street fighter. Vega was over too quick and not great, the club scene was all right until Chun-Li did her upside down kick it was way poorly done. And the ending was really weird. While Chun-Li and Gem are talking, Gem mentions Ryu's name..it must be a hint that there will be a sequel. Hopefully if there is one, it will be better than this.

The movie was very confusing to watch and I just didn't understand what exactly was the point. I just got cheesed off at a point. They ruined another video game movie...way to go. I would not recommend this movie to anyone, seriously bad

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