Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)

7 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: When the gods of water and fire arrive. Right before the god of fire speaks, he takes a HUGE deep breath then says "...in Mortal Kombat".

Correction: Yes? And? Is there something wrong with that?

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Corrected entry: When Kitana pulls out her swords and fights the ninjas, if you look at her swords you can see that they are made out of foam and are not sharp.

Casey Aaron Boulter

Correction: She's not using swords. These are her metal fans, but they're just folded up. Hence, they don't look like swords, because they're not swords. (They also don't look like foam.) Later in the scene, we even see her unfold them.

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Correction: These are not swords. They are closed metal fans. She even opens them later in the scene, proving they are now swords.

Corrected entry: In the scene where Sonya Blade is fighting Millena, Sonya gets knocked down in the mud and is covered in it. The next scene shows her walking with Jax perfectly clean.

Correction: Actually, Sonya tells Jax "I have to go find a river" before the scene changes, and the next scene with Sonya and Jax does not appear immediately after this scene, so obviously this is part of the plot. Who would want Sonya going around covered with mud through the whole movie...

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Corrected entry: In the beginning just before Kahn kills Johnny he grabs Sonya by the ankles and drags her across the ground. Then he steps on her stomach, but in the next scene his foot is on her neck.

Correction: Kahn steps on her chest, not stomach, and between shots he would have plenty of time to move his foot to her neck.

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Corrected entry: In the first Mortal Kombat, Raiden's hair is long and loose, in the second Mortal Kombat, which continues where the first one left off, his hair is tied up.

Correction: And? Is there a rule that says Elder Gods can't change hairstyles?

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Corrected entry: When Sub-Zero is flying in to help Liu and Kitana, the device holding him is very visible.

Correction: The device is really an ice ride that Sub-Zero used to slide to Smoke.

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Corrected entry: At the end of the first movie, Shao Kahn is gigantic and yellow. At the beginning of the second movie, he is small and normal colored.

Correction: At the end of the first movie Shao Kahn is seen as an illusion. He is seen in physical form throughout the second movie

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Revealing mistake: At the end of the Sub-Zero vs Scorpion fight, Liu Kang jumps over to help Sub-Zero and Scorpion teleports away. A few moments later you see a shot where you see all the actors, (Liu Kang, Sub-Zero and Kitana), if you look closely you can see Scorpion waiting in the background just waiting to pop up and snatch Kitana.

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Kitana: Mother! You're alive.
Sindel: Too bad you... will DIE.

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Trivia: Despite the poor critical and fan reception of this film, the continued popularity of the original "Mortal Kombat" movie led the producers to try and make a third film for nearly fifteen years, though the project was eventually shelved in favor of a theatrical reboot.

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Question: I'm posting this as a question since I'm not sure, but everything I know about Ermac is that he is multiple people in one body, so he refers to himself as "we". In the movie right after Shao Kahn kills Rain, he refers to himself as "I". Is there a reason for this, or is this a mistake?

Answer: This could have been a mistake but then again it could have been one of the people inside of him just stepping up and saying it to keep Shao Khan from throwing them over with Rain.

Rollin Garcia Jr
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