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.
Michael Clarke Duncan
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Bison, the ruthless leader of the international terrorist organization Shadowlaw, has been desperately searching for the greatest fighter on the planet for years. He finds it in Ryu, a ... See full summary »
Two of three powerful artifacts allow Rugal Bernstein, a man of evil intent, to enter and control an alternate dimension where gamers have been entering into martial arts combat for fun. From there, he awaits adversaries, killing them rather than defeating them so that he alone will remain as The King of Fighters. As Rugal possesses lesbian lovers Vice and Mature to aid him, undercover CIA agent Mai Shiranui teams up with Iori Yagami and Kyo Kusanagi to stop him before he can unleash a dread spirit named Orochi upon Mankind. Written by
The King of Fighters 2010 has only 7 characters from the game The King of Fighters '96 (which had 29 fighaters) with 2 bosses from previous K.O.F. games and 1 exclusive fighter who plays himself as a Mr. Big-like, boss-character. The fighters who made there appearances in this movie are: Kyo Kusanagi, Terry Bogard, Mai Shiranui, Iori Yagami, Chizuru Kagura, Mature, Vice, Saisyu Kusanagi (from The King of Fighters '95), Rugal Bernstein (from The King of Fighters '94) and Sam Hargrave (exclusive character). The fighters who are absent in this movie are: Benimaru Nikaido, Goro Daimon, Andy Bogard, Joe Higashi, Ryo Sakazaki, Robert Garcia, Yuri Sakazaki, Ralf Jones, Leona Heidern, Clark Still, Athena Asamiya, Sie Kensou, Chin Gentsai, Chang Koehan, Kim Kaphwan, Choi Bounge, King, Kasumi Todoh, Leopold Goenitz, Geese Howard, Mr. Big and Wolfgang Krauser. See more »
Hey, I'm not the one pitting two of our suspects together in a vicious love triangle that threatens to unleash an evil force into our world, potentially unraveling the fabric of our universe. I mean, I don't know, if I was you and that were true, I might feel a little guilty.
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I've been watching video game adaptations ever since I was little and pretty much have a realistic sense of what to expect in movies like these, i.e., they tend to be less than stellar and deviate severely from the source material. I saw King of Fighters after I saw Tekken, so the latter became my point of comparison and, therefore, wasn't expecting much from the KOF movie. However,KOF just epically sucked.
Based on the credits, there seemed to be so many people involved in this movie and I can't understand how, with all these people, they couldn't come up with a decent movie. The movie had a pretty good A list cast that are all mostly well-experienced and well-respected in the action movie industry, but they all deliver their career worsts in this one movie.
The story was idiotic and the script was pointless. The movie runs at a snail's pace and all the action scenes were bland, at best, because just when you think that it's going to be better, it just disappoints.
I'm usually very forgiving of movies and understanding of their flaws, but this movie was an epic fail. Maggie Q, Will Yun Lee, Ray Park, and Sean Farris should all be ashamed. It looked like they just did this movie to pay the bills. This is a great example of what not to do in a movie, not just for video game adaptations. They'd have been better off making a porno.
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