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Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and martial arts action, and some sensuality.

PG-13 In Theaters 02/27/2009 , 96min.
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56%
Viewer score based on 64 ratings
17%
Critic score based on 11 reviews

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September 17, 2010
justinitalianmb
The only reason to see this movie is to make fun of it.
November 18, 2009
Wmac212
I remember watching the first street fighter movie. It sucked, really bad. I didn'******* it but I heard that the movie even my brother's friend thinks that this movie made the first on look like a masterpiece.Yeah if it's that bad it says a lot.So I give it a quick 1 out of 5.
June 30, 2009
skejtoijiogjoiew
This movie isn't as bad as everyone said it is. I mean, the central characters are the same. It doesn't follow the video game down to the last detail, but the general jist of it is sound. The movie has a story of it's own and it was quite good. The acting by some (like Charlie and his partner) was cheesy. Kristen Kreuk held this movie together. I don't understand what's the deal with the
June 30, 2009
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March 19, 2009
MCBandit98
Kristen Kreuk deserves credit for her efforts to make Chun Li believable and more interesting than the usual kung fu movie hero.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Neither the best nor the worst of movies derived from videogames, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li at least gives action fans plenty to ogle besides the titular heroine (Kristin Kreuk), whose original incarnation, legend has it, was among the first distaff figures controllable by joystick. Full Review
Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
Don't be fooled by the low grade: This sequel-in-spirit to Jean-Claude Van Damme's 1994 dud doesn't even succeed in being memorably bad. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Director Andrzej Bartkowiak ("Romeo Must Die") works hard to supply the appropriate grittiness, but other than a few reasonably well-staged fight sequences, the proceedings are dull and visually uninspired. Justin Marks' solemn screenplay lacks any trace of wit. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
Reveling in the vivid Bangkok locations, Geoff Boyle's photography is crisp and bright, and Dion Lam's action choreography unusually witty. Full Review
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle
It boggles the mind that The Legend of Chun-Li is as vapid and dull as it is. Full Review

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