debuted as a Midway
arcade game in 1992 and has since become a cultural phenomenon among the millennial generation. Countless iterations of the video game have been released across various systems from Super Nintendo to Gamecube to Playstation. But its 1995 movie adaptation, while making for horrifying nostalgia, did not do the source material justice.
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's Mortal Kombat Movie
series Mortal Kombat: Legacy
did marginally better than the first adaptation, but still wasn't quite what fans wanted. The Mk universe has another chance with the slated 2021 reboot. Here are five things we want to see in it and five we don't.