Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
The Highest Fighting Animated Film
Early in 1990s, we saw a fighting game make revolution all over the earth. You know, it was caused by Street Fighter II. Then, may we say, that could be the most successful fighting game today.
You can play game and get excited for sure. But it cannot get over yourself since it is all by your control. If you would like excitement behind your limit, you must take a look at an animated movie released in 1994 summer. That is “Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.”
Based on the game, they created the animated film and then, its story is played by all characters from the original game, like Chun-Li, Ryu, Ken and so on.
At its beginning, Japanese martial fighter; Ryu is fighting with Muay Thai champion; Sagat blowing in the wind. A wild plain holds their battle tightly. Finally, Ryu makes Hadohken to lead them to the end. The action scene tells us it is the highest fighting anime film.
Supervised by Andy Hug; a Swiss late kick boxer famous in Japan, the anime shows us real battle actions. They all move and fight as they are truly alive. Please gaze at their muscles for the fight. I have never watched the fighting animated movie to make combat realer than this.
Some speak ill of the film, saying like “Poor is their voice expression!” “The characters never change their costume?” “It is too far from a sophisticated story!”
Do you usually long to be pretty touched by Jurassic Park? Nothing can have everything. It does enough as their expressed melees. To thrill you most, no need to include extra materials.
about Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
・Directed by Sugii Gisaburō
・Produced by Imai Kenichi
・Originally Written by Capcom Co., Ltd.
・Written by Imai Kenichi and Sugii Gisaburō
・Running time: 102 minutes
・Released on August 6, 1994
・Distributed by Toei
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