Both #MortalKombat movies were done as extremely low-budget affairs, with the first Mortal Kombat being made for just $18 million. Because of this trait, both projects were kept from embracing the most beloved grandiose visual flairs of the video games. Annihilation’s subpar box office total isn’t the only aspect of these live-action Mortal Kombat movies that went awry. While the 1995 Mortal Kombat film has developed a cult following, the widespread perception of both Mortal Kombat motion pictures has been negative for a myriad of reasons. For one thing, both of these projects were rated PG-13. That alone has remained a sore point for fans of the video games for decades thanks to how the extreme violence of the Mortal Kombat video games has become one of its most beloved elements. #MortalKombatMovie #PJExplained

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