Mortal Kombat Review & Info
Release Date April 8, 2021
|CAST:||Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson, Tadanobu Asano, Mehcad Brooks, Ludi Lin, Chin Han, Joe Taslim, Hiroyuki Sanada|
|GENRE:||Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Fantasy|
|DURATION:||1 hours 50 minutes|
Review: Hollywood has forgotten how to deal with the human body. This truth has penetrated into all types of movies today. Musicians lack originality and understanding, because a story can tell more than just one person. Superhero movies and intellectual property franchise have had an unfortunate influence on the adaptation of “Mortal Kombat” which was adapted this year. “Mortal Kombat” was released simultaneously in theaters and HBO Max last Friday, which once again sadly reminds people that Hollywood has left the world. The real fun of action movies lies in aiming at the camera. Let a person in motion show his beauty and ferocity. When I entered Mortal Kombat, my goal was to combine the stupid, brutal and playful physique provided by the video game itself. I don’t need depth, wisdom or high attitude. Subversive activities. I want hot men and women to fight terrible monsters in the bloodiest and most creative way. I want to see people pulling out thorns and shoveling swords. In the eye sockets of his enemies. With this in mind, “Mortal Kombat” is the last movie to be explained.But writers Greg Russo and Dave Callaham have adopted a complicated narrative method, so I think it is necessary to make an explanation: the original text follows Johnny Cage (Johnny Cage) , Liu Kang and Sonya Blade (Sonya Blade), various warriors are required to participate in the competition, in doing so, determine the destiny of the world and the earth. Although ensemble as a whole, this reinterpretation revolves around the only surviving member of Scorpio (one of the most iconic characters in the series, depicted here combining revenge and Sanada Hiroyuki’s determination), Cole Young (Extremely slim Lewis Tan).
Once a talented fighter, now participating in vulgar low-cost games and brought here by Soviet Brad (Jessica McNamie) and Army veterans Mehcad Brooks and Sonia Brad (Jessica McNamie) This kingdom, and Sub-Zero (Sub-Zero) is one of the biggest enemies of the outside world-Saga (Saga) is drawn into it. Start chasing him Cole begins training, hoping to defend Earthrealm and your family from threats like Chin Han and his group of evil skin lovers (including Sub-Zero). It must be interesting. Sounds interesting. But the artists involved in this film seem to be angry about this and prefer gravity rather than the fun and joy it should bring. I think the audience is very eager for excitement, so we indulge in low-quality entertainment to eliminate the monotony and pain of loneliness. Defines the last year of American life. But shouldn’t we get the best?I can get sloppy scripts from Mortal Kombat. I admire the work of some actors approaching their roles with stern determination (while others have no necessary charisma at all). I cannot agree that one important thing is missing: visually clear and interesting battle scenes. The film first looks back to Japan in 1617, which set the stage for the hatred between Hanzo Hasashi (Hadayuki Sanada) and Bi-Khan (Joe Taslim), who became Scorpio and Sub-Zero. respectively. This is one of the most successful action scenes in “Mortal Kombat”, but the problems that plague the rest of the film are obvious here.
Having a CGI pedigree will never let me leave this moment, but this is a trend in Hollywood that seems to be so entrenched that it cannot end soon. At first glance, the scene is well-formed. However, after careful inspection, it turns out that not all battle scenes have been set up correctly. What breaks them is continuous cuts, each of which jumps at a different angle. The battle scene loses momentum and reduces chaos, making it difficult to track actions and reactions at every moment of a potentially violent incident.The soldiers did not breathe. This choice undermines the ability to define the character’s personality through the character’s physique. It contains some great ideas-a closed-door battle between Sonia and Kano finally completes their intense interaction. Liu Kang has beaten Kano many times with excellent skills, but relying on these ideas-managing Simon McQuoid’s memory, sloppy editing, frustrating coverings-finally turned this team and the game into Lost. One of the benefits of having great fun in a video game is the diversity of its roles, which makes the movie completely free of any Asian women, which is strange because the entire series is inspired by Asian culture. Beloved) nowhere to be found. Scripting issues are not easy to ignore. The story continues to move forward, which is jaw-dropping (out of all the twists and turns of this movie, none of them involve the actual game.)
“Mortal Kombat” isn’t that bad, it’s just disappointing and points to the main problem of blurring in Hollywood movies. There are exceptions, such as the extensive John Wick series written by Keanu Reeves. But even so, in terms of sequels, I still want to see their sources of inspiration (such as the lively 2017 Korean movie “Merry”). I like action movies because they are exhilarating, brave and surprising. They can be human bodies. A well-designed slap slap can make you stand up and yell on the screen. For a long time, when I watched a new movie, I didn’t feel that way. I really want to experience it again.