What can I say? The 'Rebirth' supporters already have theirs and I couldn't find one set up already that expressed the desire of MK fans to stop this from becoming a feature length film. Now admittedly I haven't seen many online petitions have that much affect myself, but you never now.
Now I'll admit the previous movies were hardly stellar, but I do realise that you can't simply slap names on established characters that have nothing in common with their original incarnations. Nor is 'The Dark Knight' style gritty/realism a slap on cure all for badly thought out plot and characters.
So if you're a Mortal Kombat fan that realises that there is more to the story and characters than names, fatalities or dark brooding camera shots then please sign this.
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Jorge Casali, United States4 years ago Comments: Please stay true to the Mortal Kombat 1 game storyline, if you're going to do a reboot movie. It's really frustrating as a Mortal Kombat fan to see gritty, dark realism in a movie of its namesake, because it doesn't clash with what Mortal Kombat is about. For once and for all Hollywood, PLEASE STOP MAKING VIDEO GAME MOVIES. Video games are fine the way they are, and have a unique way of capturing a story, that can't always be translated well onto films. Hasn't the movie industry seen enough video game adaptation FLOPS, to realize that enough is enough already???
Lee, United Kingdom4 years ago Comments: Lets get this thing started (the petition. Not the film lol).
Matt Stoecker, United States4 years ago Comments: I'll give MK:R this- it had great production values and was fairly creative in its character reimaginings... even if those reimaginings were ill-advised. Mortal Kombat has always been about violent action, but more than that, it's about ninjas, magic powers, thunder gods, parallel dimensions, monsters, and most of all FUN! MK: R has taken almost all of that away, and thus, is a betrayal of what MK is all about.
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