Rushed and barely coherent, Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms turns into a mess that resembles more Dragon Ball than the franchise it's based on.
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While not memorable, Mortal Kombat successfully channels the videogame series and its violence, along with a movie-stealing performance by Josh Lawson.
Thin and ludicrous, Mortal Kombat doesn't wait for anything to happen, instead brawling from the opening moments to distract from contextual faults.
Finally bringing the videogame series' trademark brutality to the film movie/animated medium, Mortal Kombat Legends is familiar, but entertaining.
Gaming audiences would leave the movie parched, seeking a little bit more in terms of head ripping, limb shredding, and heart tearing.
This is the height of cheese, but cheese with a $30 million gold plating.