Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li

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As the Street Fighter saga celebrates its 20th anniversary, fight fans are invited to follow along with fearsome fighter Chun-Li Smallville's Kristin Kreuk as she faces off against a series of formidable opponents in this feature adaptation of the popular video-game franchise directed by Exit Wounds' Andrzej Bartkowiak. Previously adapted for the screen in the 1994 Jean-Claude Van Damme film, the series continues to thrive as eager gamers across the globe go toe-to-toe to determine who is the most skilled and ...
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As the Street Fighter saga celebrates its 20th anniversary, fight fans are invited to follow along with fearsome fighter Chun-Li Smallville's Kristin Kreuk as she faces off against a series of formidable opponents in this feature adaptation of the popular video-game franchise directed by Exit Wounds' Andrzej Bartkowiak. Previously adapted for the screen in the 1994 Jean-Claude Van Damme film, the series continues to thrive as eager gamers across the globe go toe-to-toe to determine who is the most skilled and powerful warrior in the video-game universe. Michael Clarke Duncan, Chris Klein, Rick Yune, and Neal McDonough co-star in the 20th Century Fox production.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Includes both the Theatrical Version and Unrated Cut of the film; Unrated Cut Commentary by Producers Patrick Aiello and Ashok Amritraj, and Actors Neal McDonough and Chris Klein; Deleted Scenes; Becoming a Street Fighter Featurette; Chun-Li: Bringing the Legend to Life Featurette; Fox Movie Channel presents Making a Scene; 3 Galleries: Game-to-Film Comparisons, Storyboards, Production Stills
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
There's something special about this underwhelming mess of a Street Fighter reboot that many cinematic cheese-lovers will find very appetizing. The fact is that The Legend of Chun-Li is not at all a good flick, but it's filled with so much cornball ineptitude that one would think some rather broken mad movie genius was behind it. Broken, because for all the movie's unintentional laughs, there are plenty more dull moments and barely inspired fight scenes to yawn at in between chuckling at poor voice-overs and hammy performances. In its own way, it is a fine follow-up to the orange-haired Van Damme original in that they're both bonkers, but while the 1994 effort took the cartoonish route, this reinvention tries hard to find a balance between nonsense and fairly grounded dramatics. Sadly, it's this kind of bipolarity that undoes the flick, even through the eyes of a bad movie lover. Simply put, if you are going to go full-tilt bananas, then, by all means, commit to it. Largely, the big winner's circle in this stinker has to start with Chris Klein, the American Pie doofus who, at some point, thought it'd be a great idea to switch from his sensitive Keanu-clone persona to bootleg Jack Nicholson. From his first onscreen entrance to the finale of him leaping from a digital explosion, Klein raises the bar of suave overacting to a delicious degree. Also on the chopping block is lead Kristin Kreuk, who handles the combat scenes with vigor, but supplies a sloppy voice-over meant to connect the dots, yet only ends up connecting the laughs. Finally, fulfilling the trifecta of sorry performances is Neal McDonough as Bison, who's a far cry from the wide-eyed Raul Julia incarnation of years past, but thankfully, he made sure to give the character a junkshop Irish accent just to spice up the stupidity. Through it all, one wishes that the filmmakers had just decided to go all-out crazy à la DOA: Dead or Alive, or just not at all. To be sure, Asian audiences and gaming nuts will be sorely disappointed in how little of what they know and love ended up on the screen. Instead, they get a modern action film that at its best is a ho-hum distraction that doesn't seem to know how silly it comes off. Fight scenes, while admirable for shaking off the shaky-cam aesthetic of their big-screen brethren, neither inspire nor find a good balance between martial arts and FX-laden power punches. Instead, the film is just there. Sleep-inducing at times and giddily fun at others, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li needs to step up its game if it dares survive another installment. Hopefully the producers will realize just what kind of crummy movie gold the new incarnation of Chris Klein really is -- or they'll just simply do the right thing and hire a talented Asian director to finally do justice to what its built-in audience wants to see, in place of what they think general audiences will flock to.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/16/2012
  • UPC: 024543837213
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Rating:

  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristin Kreuk Chun-Li
Chris Klein Nash
Neal McDonough Bison
Robin Shou Gen
Moon Bloodgood Maya Sunee
Josie Ho Cantana
Taboo Vega
Michael Clarke Duncan Balrog
Edmund Chen Xiang
Cheng Pei-Pei Zhilan
Technical Credits
Andrzej Bartkowiak Director
Patrick Aiello Producer
Ashok Amritraj Producer
Geoff Boyle Cinematographer
Derek Brechin Editor
Shirley Chan Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Endelman Score Composer
Ku Fang Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Z. Hanan Production Designer
Niven Howie Editor
Keiji Inafune Executive Producer
Sylvia Liu Asst. Director
Russell D. Markowitz Co-producer
Justin Marks Screenwriter
Michelle Silverman Musical Direction/Supervision
Toshihiro Tokumaru Executive Producer
Haruhiro Tsujimoto Executive Producer
Jay Vetter Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
1. Nothing Lasts Forever (Main Titles)
2. Bison
3. The Spinning Bird
4. Gift From A Stranger
5. Last Man Standing
6. A Prison Is a Prison
7. A New Path
8. Ticket To The Dance
9. The Journey Begins
10. Gen
11. The True Self
12. Hostile Takeover
13. Embrace The Darkness
14. Clubbing With Cantana
15. Who Is This Girl?
16. The Young Bison
17. Good Night, Baby
18. Vega
19. Family Reunion
20. On The Run
21. Recovery
22. Back To The Docks
23. The Battle Against Bison
24. Barlog's Match
25. The White Rose
26. Closing In
27. Avenging Angel
28. Home For Now/End Titles
1. Nothing Lasts Forever (Main Titles)
2. Bison
3. The Spinning Bird
4. Gift From A Stranger
5. Last Man Standing
6. A Prison Is a Prison
7. A New Path
8. Ticket To The Dance
9. The Journey Begins
10. Gen
11. The True Self
12. Hostile Takeover
13. Embrace The Darkness
14. Clubbing With Cantana
15. Who Is This Girl?
16. The Young Bison
17. Good Night, Baby
18. Vega
19. Family Reunion
20. On The Run
21. Recovery
22. Back To The Docks
23. The Battle Against Bison
24. Barlog's Match
25. The White Rose
26. Closing In
27. Avenging Angel
28. Home For Now/End Titles
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
   Theatrical Version
      Play
      Language Selection
         Audio
            English 5.1 Dolby Surround
         Commentary by Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough and Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only)
         Subtitles
            English
            French
            Spanish
            Subtitles: None
      Scene Selection
      Special Features
         Go To Unrated Version
         Commentary By Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough and Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only)
         Deleted Scenes
            Play All
               Chun-Li In The Subway
               Thug Steals Money
               Nash and Maya On Stakeout
               Nightclub Bathroom
               Chun-Li And Nash
               Bison Confronts Xiang
               Chun-Li Waits
               Chun-Li Researches The White Rose
               Chun-Li Goes Home
               Nash Receives A Note
               Chun-Li's Shrine For Her Parents
               Gen Counsels Chun-Li
               Chun-Li Surprises Nash
               Nash Explains To The White Rose
         Marvel vs. Capcom 2: Sneak Peek
         Becoming A Street Fighter
         Chun-Li: Bringing The Legend To Life
         Fox Movie Channel Presents Making A Scene
         Recreating The Game: Arcade To Film Comparisons
         The Fight In Black And White: Storyboard Gallery
            Conceptuals and VFX Scenes
            Airbus
            Limousine Ride
            Xiang And Chun-Li Montage
            Kitchen Fight
            Piano Concerto
            Mriganka Island
            Jeanne's Funeral
            RPG
            Rooftop Tryst
            Giant Crane
            Harbor Rumbles
            Engine Room
            Bison's Office
         Trailers
            Play All
               Miss March
               The Marine 2
               Possession
   Unrated Version
      Play
      Language Selection
         Audio
            English 5.1 Dolby Surround
         Commentary by Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough and Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only)
         Subtitles
            English
            French
            Spanish
            Subtitles: None
      Scene Selection
      Special Features
         Go To Theatrical Version
            Commentary by Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough And Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only): On/Off
               Commentary by Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough And Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only): On
               Commentary by Patrick Aiello, Ashok Amritraj, Neal McDonough And Chris Klein (Unrated Version Only): Off
            Deleted Scenes
               Play All
                  Chun-Li In The Subway
                  Thug Steals Money
                  Nash and Maya On Stakeout
                  Nightclub Bathroom
                  Chun-Li And Nash
                  Bison Confronts Xiang
                  Chun-Li Waits
                  Chun-Li Researches The White Rose
                  Chun-Li Goes Home
                  Nash Receives A Note
                  Chun-Li's Shrine For Her Parents
                  Gen Counsels Chun-Li
                  Chun-Li Surprises Nash
                  Nash Explains To The White Rose
            Marvel vs. Capcom 2: Sneak Peek
            Becoming A Street Fighter
            Chun-Li: Bringing The Legend To Life
            Fox Movie Channel Presents Making A Scene
            Recreating The Game: Arcade To Film Comparisons
            The Fight In Black And White: Storyboard Gallery
               Conceptuals and VFX Scenes
               Airbus
               Limousine Ride
               Xiang And Chun-Li Montage
               Kitchen Fight
               Piano Concerto
               Mriganka Island
               Jeanne's Funeral
               RPG
               Rooftop Tryst
               Giant Crane
               Harbor Rumbles
               Engine Room
               Bison's Office
            Behind The Fight: Production Gallery
               Kristin Kreuk/Chun-Li
               Chris Klein/Nash
               Moon Bloodgood/Maya
               Michael Clarke Duncan/Balrog
               Neal McDonough/M. Bison
               Robin Shou/Gen
               Taboo/Vega
               Josie Ho/Cantana
               Elizaveta Kiryukhina/The White Rose
               Ensemble Images
               On Set With Director Andrezej Bartkowiak
               Fight Sequences
               FX Shots
               Scenes From The Set
               Prop Design
            Trailers
               Play All
                  Miss March
                  The Marine 2
                  Possession
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