Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

The fighters prepare for the last battle, and Raiden decides to fight his brother (Shao Kahn) but he has completely lost his powers and is now mortal. Kahn shoots a fireball at Raiden and Raiden dies. The last battle has begun,Sonya vs. ErmacJax vs. MotaroKitana vs. Sindeland obviously Liu Kang vs. Shao KahnJax manages to take the robotic enhancers off and kills Motaro, Ermac makes a clone of himself but they are both defeated by Sonya and Kitana puts a hold on her mom and all of them watch the big ass battle between Kahn and Liu Kang, because of breaking the rules, the elder gods take human form and make Kahn mortal for punishment. Liu defeats Kahn and everything goes back to normal. Raiden returns from the dead but, he is not the god of the realm of Earth. He is now an Elder god.

Mr.hankey

Continuity mistake: In the final battle between Motaro and Jax, Motaro breaks Jax's bionic arms and hold it up to Shao Kahn. The cloakless Shao Kahn, who has been fighting Liu Kang, all of a sudden has his cloak on again.

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Liu Kang: Rayden, you cannot die.
Rayden: I am proud to die... a mortal.

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Trivia: When Rayden fights it is actually Ray Park fighting, the guy who played Darth Maul in Episode 1. He also played Toad in X-Men.

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Question: How is Scorpion back in this movie when Johnny Cage killed him in the first one?

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Chosen answer: The films never address this but in the games Scorpion is an undead revenant and can't really be killed in a conventional sense.

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