When aliens misinterpret video feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth in the form of the video games. The movie follows a group of videogame experts who are recruited by the government to help deal with the threat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Murder C (us) wrote: At a young age, Chun-Li's (Kristin Kreuk) father get kidnapped by a crime lord named Bison (Neal McDonough). Fast forward a few years, a older Chun-Li with some training by a man called Gen (Robin Shou) is ready to confront Bison and get her father back. So as we all know, this is a movie based of the video game with the same name, a previous attempt to make the fighting game into a movie was done back in 1994 with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Raul Julia in the main roles. This movie has no ties with the 1994 movie and is a attempt to give "Street Fighter" a new chance for a life outside a game controller. Sadly, this is nothing but a forgettable b-action movie with a weak storyline, terrible characters (with a serious lack of popular Street Fighter characters) and worst of all boring and bad choreographed fight scenes. Michael Clarke Duncan and Neal McDonough seem to try to do their best in their roles, but it is all in vain. "Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li" will not have you engaged or entertained. The 1994 movie is considered to be a terrible film, dumb, sure but at least it was somewhat entertaining and starred most of the characters from the video game series, while this is a forgettable bore of a film that probably killed "Street Fighter" from ever getting another chance for a movie franchise.
Mary G (us) wrote: rent it! great movie!
Jesus C (br) wrote: Its funny sometimes and its annoying sometimes, but I have to agree that the matches are pretty well done and the plot is kind of interesting. But, its not a technically a good movie.
Pim C (mx) wrote: Middle eastern borefest, story and direction all over the shop, tedious watch, muddled story, the only enjoyable part was when it ended.
Leo L (kr) wrote: Not quite as hilarious as Welcome Back, Mr. MacDonald, but still enjoyable.
Shaun B (it) wrote: Enjoyable actor coast in this romantic drama.
Rahman S (br) wrote: seems too many undercover appeared here...lol
Tanner B (fr) wrote: -IGNORE THIS RATING3/4Travolta gives one of the best performances of his career as a Brooklyn teen who feels his only chance to get somewhere is to be a successful disco dancer. Flawed, but still entertaining, with lively Bee Gees soundtrack. Major criticism: Heavy use of street language. Followed by: Staying Alive.
conner m (gb) wrote: Jumper is a really annoying movie. The concept is good and they have the setup for what could be a good movie (I suspect because it is based on a book), but then the director turns it into a typical action movie. It's not even a good action movie. The most annoying part is the ending. The main character meets his mom that left him when he was five. He basically just says hello, they hug briefly, and he jumps off to a beach with his slutty girlfriend. It's such a shitty ending that I don't even think I really spoiled anything for you. The opportunity to impart substance on the movie was staring them in the face, and they decided to spit at it. A good movie would have at least made an attempt at an emotional connection with the audience, but Jumper doesn't try. A son tracking down his mother that abandoned him had potential to make people feel something, but it didn't. The Simpsons did a better job with that plot line, and I'm only scratching the surface of the problems by focusing on a big one. The writing and directing are awful. I imagine the few decent parts were ripped from the pages of the book.
Rory Fyfe S (it) wrote: Good movie. Very rude. Got better as it went on.
Tom M (br) wrote: It is entertaining to see Ian McKellen play the famous role of Sherlock Holmes and Mr. Holmes may not have edge of your seat thrills but it has realistic drama about an aging detective.
Karsh D (nl) wrote: a financial TV show host is held hostage when an investment tip goes belly up.