Plot hole: Kahn's death makes no sense. In the film, Rayden explains that the dragon tattoos flee one's body upon the person dying. And yet, Kahn is still alive and not even close to death when his tattoo flees. (Which is what kills him, since it rips him open when it flees.) It's like they couldn't figure out how to kill him in the script, so he's just spontaneously is killed by his tattoo, even though it violates the rules the film set up.
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.
Question: Is there any story as to why the overall quality of this production was much less than the first Mortal Kombat? For example, the computer-animated creatures and morph effects seemed much worse than the first movies, and certainly worse than any other movie of the year. Also, the costumes and sets were of a lower quality than the first movie. Everything seemed to be a step down from Mortal Kombat 1. You would think that the sequel would have a bigger budget, but it seemed just the opposite with this movie.
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