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Mortal Kombat 2: Annihilation

Mortal Kombat 2: Annihilation
Mortal Kombat 2: Annihilation
Mortal Kombat 2: Annihilation
  • PG-13
  • 1h 34m
  • 1997
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A handful of heroic warriors have only six days to save the planet in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. To succeed they must survive the most spectacular series of challenges any human or god has ever encountered as they battle an evil warlord bent on taking control of Earth. Sequel to the film Mortal Kombat and based on the popular video game.
© 1997 New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

Critics Consensus: With its shallow characters, low budget special effects, and mindless fight scenes, Mortal Kombat - Annihilation offers minimal plot development and manages to underachieve the low bar set by its predecessor.
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Dated video game adaptation has fantasy violence, peril.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is a fantasy adventure movie and the second in the live-action movie series inspired by the Mortal Kombat video games. Led by Raiden (James Remar), virtuous fighters such as Liu Kang (Robin Shou) and Sonya Blade (Sandra Hess) use their skill and courage to combat evil forces. The cast has a range of ethnicities and a gender balance among the main groups. It also places male and female warriors on an equal footing, with female combatants overpowering male adversaries on several occasions. Violence is constant but there is no blood on gore. Instead, the near-constant stream of fight scenes see characters utilize regular martial arts and fantastic powers as they face human-like foes, as well as monsters. This results in some death, the most graphic of which cause people to be turned into skeletons before disappearing. The most realistic on-screen death is a character having his neck broken. Characters shoot fire and other projectiles, while also using weapons such as blades, bats, and chains. Swearing is mild and infrequent, although there are a couple of instances where female characters are objectified by males.

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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action, Fantasy
  • Release Date:November 21, 1997
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
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  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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