• Publication date: September 2, 2012

Mortal Kombat

For thousands of years the balance of power in the universe has been decided through an ancient martial arts tournament between the different realms. Now the dark Outworld has amassed 9 successive wins. Should they beat the Earth realm a tenth time, then Earth will be lost to the invading forces of Darkness. What stands between them and Earth domination are Lord Raiden and his mortal combatants…

Program data

Duration: 120

Production Year: 1995

MBC 2:

December 26, 2016 12:15 (KSA) ~ December 26, 2016 11:15 (CLT)

(mbc.net) Based on the now-legendary videogame bearing the same name, and considered one of the best videogame film-adaptations ever, Mortal Kombat is the world's most ancient martial arts tournament. For millennia worlds have competed in this tournament for dominion over other worlds. The goal is to win 10 successive championships for the loser to hand over the power to the tournament winner.

Outworld's Emperor Shao Kahn is set on his sorcerer Shang Tsung (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) clenching this tenth and final victory for him, that he may spread his dark powers over Earth realm as well. Standing in their way is Earthrealm's defender, the god of lightning and thunder, Lord Raiden (played by Christopher Lambert). Raiden has picked 3 warriors as humanity's last hope; Liu Kang (Robin Shou) a shaolin monk whose brother Chan was killed and his soul absorbed by Shang Tsung, Hollywood superstar Johnny Cage (Linden Ashby) that wants to prove to his critics that he didn't get a free-ride to the top, and that he is the real deal, and the third member of the pack; US Special Forces combat specialist, officer Sonya Blade (Bridgette Wilson), whose partner was killed by one of Shang Tsung's henchmen- crime lord Kano (Trevor Goddard). Yet with their mixed reasons for being there, none is more important than saving Earth from a future of pure evil…

Starring :

  • Robin Shou
  • Christopher Lambert
  • Linden Ashby
  • Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
  • Bridgette Wilson
  • Talisa Soto

Directed by : Paul Anderson

Rating : PG-13 for non-stop martial arts action and some violence.