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Masterpiece.Mortal Kombat as it should been from start
At first I thought I was viewing a trailer of a new Mortal Kombat movie. I can't believe the quality of this short film.It's atmosphere is so dark and tense that remind me of a horror movie. I hope they ask this director for the next Mortal Kombat movie. The characters are excellent and they don't have super unnatural powers. They are real twisted people. A thriller background can be feel all around the film and puts Mortal Kombat franchise on another level. This is not for kids but hardcore fans of the first game are now grown up (at least 25 years old) so that's not a problem.
This is the closest to reality that Mortal Kombat can get.
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