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Mortal Kombat: Legacy
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Tear into the origins of the legendary tournament that pits the world's greatest warriors against the forces of Outworld in the fight to save our planet. Discover never-before-revelead storylines that deepen the mythology of the Mortal Kombat multiverse and the backstories of your favorite characters, including Jax, Sonya, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden, Johnny Cage, and more! This is kombat taken to a whole new level, more gritty and raw than anything you've ever seen before. FIGHT!
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Go into it with an open mind. The director had only 18 days (and his own wallet) to shoot 9 episodes, each one about 10 minutes in length. It is very apparent to me that the director made the wise choice to put his money into good martial artists rather than into great actors. Also, the first two episodes (Sonya/Kano) are kinda dumb, but the others are better. My husband never really played MK, so he thought the series was really dumb. My brother and I, however, grew up playing it, so we both really enjoyed it.
Well done, they have a very set story that he was able to dive into and flesh out. It's a shame the actress portraying Sonya didn't have more 'fight' experience before filming. When watching the special features of the film, it tells that she was kept as was due to that. That is all the detail I will use for the sake of not being a spoiler to the episode plot.
• Johnny Cage
I love the spin with him. It stayed true to his dwindling acting career and elaborated. Screw 'You Got Saved', 'You Got Caged' has turned into a funny tagline for a few nerd friends and myself. I love how they bring Shang-Sun in as himself instead of the imitation mentor like in the first movie.
Always ALWAYS have I loved the drama surrounding the pair. This was so greatly done. I adore the facial shifts with the Tarkatan blood becomes dominant in Mileena. Sindel was weakly portrayed, but then again it was her character to be a passive, weaker character. Loving, kind etc etc. I will note the first time they say Sindel’s name, they mispronounce it. As a fan I cursed the TV, pointed and verbally reprimanded them. They only do it once ;) I showed them. I’m not a huge fan of King Jarrod, and I think there could have been a little more time spent on the encounter towards the episode end. [Again, skipping over detail so not to spoil.] Baraka is a badass, his portrayal excites me.
I was so hesitant on the disclaimer that showed before the episode and watched with bated breath….
Amazing. I love Blue and truly hope she somehow comes back, even just in references, later in the series. The fact that they put him in an asylum made me happy, but I did update my facebook status in horror right before they resort to more archaic methods. As though. ‘-_-
The twist on the end of this is something I don’t want to spoil for those not familiar with it already. Pissed me off, in a good way. Hanzo Hayashi [Scorpion] is a wonderful character. Just brilliant. Well casted, well played, well defined.
This story made me cry. This two-part was my favorite of the nine episodes.
The only two characters I did not identify immediately. In my defense, duh I didn’t. They are robots XD It was Ironman meets Transformers and I loved it. This was all action and fight scene. I like that it was brought back around to Kano BEFORE his surgery, making this episode end BEFORE the first one began.
Every time I think Mortal Kombat, I close my eyes and see the Actors and Actresses from Mortal Kombat & Annihilation so it was a bit difficult getting my head around the new cast. :p Any fan would have the same visual issue! But well done! Sonya was a bit old, but it’s cool. Kano is a sexy beast. I like the childish yet rugged look of Johnny. Adore Raiden and Scorpion. The makeup on Baraka and Quan Chi are worth mentioning, more so Baraka’s. Ahh. It was just fun and it is something worth supporting.
Everything down to the 5 ‘extra’ pieces they include// all worth it.
Only drawback? So short! It was like popcorn! Or the analogy I used on Facebook:: It was like this amazing ice cream that you get just a lick or two off of before you accidentally drop it into the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Yeah, I wish there was more, can’t wait and am beyond willing to pay for it.
1. It cost this guy money to make this web series. And If you liked it. Why wouldn't you want to support it?
2. This wasn't even supposed to turn into a big series. Originally, Mortal Kombat: Legacy was just some video this guy made to show WB to say "Hey. A good Mortal Kombat movie can be made....you just need the right direction...." And due to the trailer he created being leaked (because someone found it and thought it was the coolest thing for Mortal Kombat in a long time) it became insanely popular and WB allowed it to be made into a series. Which leads me into my next two points.
3.Say that supporting him would get us another Season like this? A well made look into Mortal Kombat that we'll never get from filmmakers that don't understand.
4. They will be watching this releases sales. If it does well. Who knows? We could just get the Mortal Kombat movie we've all always wanted.
So there you go. Maybe this doesn't persuade any of you. It IS still free to watch on the net. But just remember. It DID cost money to make. If you liked it. And you want more of it. Support it. That's the best I can say. Plus. I bet it will be pretty great to have em all on disc and watch em in a row on your giant TV in 1080P. I'll be buying it. That's for sure.