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Street Fighter Film Navigation menu VideoStreet Fighter - Colonel Guile vs General Bison
One hostage is Guile's friend Sergeant Carlos "Charlie" Blanka , who Bison orders taken to his lab for his captive doctor and scientist, Dhalsim , to turn into the first of his supersoldiers.
Though Charlie is severely disfigured by the procedure, Dhalsim secretly alters his cerebral programming to maintain Charlie's humanity.
American con artists Ryu Hoshi and Ken Masters attempt to swindle arms dealer Viktor Sagat by providing him with fake weaponry. Sagat sees through the ruse and has Ryu fight his cage champion, Vega , but Guile bursts in and arrests everyone present for violating a curfew.
In the prison grounds, Guile witnesses Ryu and Ken fighting Sagat's men, and recruits them to help him find Bison in exchange for their freedom, since Sagat is Bison's arms supplier.
They are given a homing device and win Sagat's trust by staging a prison escape and faking Guile's death. However, news reporter Chun-Li , whose father was killed by Bison, and her crew, former sumo wrestler Edmond Honda and boxer Balrog , who are out for revenge against Sagat for ruining their careers, stumble across the plan, and over Guile's objections, attempt to assassinate the two warlords at a party.
To maintain Bison's trust, Ryu and Ken stop the assassination and reveal the conspirators to Bison. Returning to his base, Bison inducts Ryu and Ken into his organization and orders Honda and Balrog imprisoned and Chun-Li taken to his quarters.
Ryu and Ken break Balrog and Honda out of confinement and rush to confront Bison, who is fighting Chun-Li, but Bison escapes and releases sleeping gas, sedating them all.
Guile plans his assault on Bison's base. He is impeded by the Deputy Secretary of the A. At the base, Dhalsim is found out by a security guard; during the ensuing fight, Charlie is released, and he kills the guard to protect Dhalsim.
Guile arrives and sneaks into the lab, where he encounters Charlie. Guile prepares to shoot Charlie to end his suffering, but Dhalsim stops him.
Bison prepares to kill the hostages by unleashing Charlie on them, but Guile emerges and engages Bison's guards until the remaining A.
After Bison makes it clear that he will not surrender peacefully, Guile orders his allies to rescue the hostages and engages Bison in a personal duel.
As Guile and Bison fight, Ryu and Ken defeat Sagat and Vega. Bison's computer expert Dee Jay flees through a secret passage, joined by Sagat, while Bison's bodyguard, Zangief , engages Honda in a fight until learning from Dee Jay that Bison was the true enemy, and sides with Ryu and Ken to save the hostages.
Guile gains the upper hand against Bison and kicks him into a bank of hard drives, electrocuting him. A revival system restores Bison and he reveals that his suit is powered by electromagnetism, enabling him to fly and fire electricity.
Bison takes control of the fight, beating Guile viciously, and moves to deal the death blow, but Guile counters by kicking Bison into his monitor wall, finishing him off and overloading the base's energy field.
The hostages are rescued, but Guile stays behind to convince Dhalsim and Charlie to return with him. They refuse, with Dhalsim wishing to atone for his part in mutating Charlie.
Guile flees the exploding base and reunites with his comrades. In a post-credits scene , Bison is revived once again amidst his ruined command center to try his hand at world conquest one more time.
Among other points, they mandated a December release date, which required the cast and crew to maintain an aggressive filming schedule.
Capcom had long envisioned Jean-Claude Van Damme as Guile and asked him to be cast. By the time he received the request the only part not cast was that of Cammy.
De Souza first learned of Minogue from her cover photo on a "World's 30 Most Beautiful People" edition of Who magazine.
The cast's physical training was handled by Hollywood trainer and world karate champion Benny Urquidez. This led to an environment where the cast would be trained only right before their scenes—sometimes only hours ahead.
De Souza stated that he did not want to make a generic martial arts movie and described the film as cross between Star Wars , James Bond and a war film.
In addition, he indicated that he also did not want to shoehorn in elements from the games, citing the previous year's poorly received Super Mario Bros.
De Souza said that he avoided the supernatural elements and powers from the games but would hint at their use for a sequel.
Street Fighter was filmed mostly in Queensland, Australia along the famous Gold Coast during the second and third quarters of with most of the interiors and exteriors filmed on soundstages in Brisbane.
Some exterior scenes were filmed in Bangkok, Thailand which were used as the backdrop for the fictitious Shadaloo City. The MPAA gave the first submitted cut of the film an R classification which was unacceptably high for Capcom,  who had stated from the start that it should be a PG film.
In a post-credits scene, Bison's computer is reactivated from solar power and the revival system restores Bison again.
His fist smashes through the rubble and a computer screen is shown selecting "World Domination: Replay". This scene was omitted from the theatrical release "out of deference to Raul Julia".
A soundtrack was released on December 6, by Priority Records featuring mostly rap music. Upon its release on home video in the United Kingdom, the soundtrack was given away free with every purchase of the VHS tape at branches of Tesco for a limited period.
Although this was the only way for anybody in the UK to purchase the CD, "Straight to My Feet" by Hammer was still released as a single, which charted 57 in the UK.
User Polls Wire Fu Movies Your Favorite 70's Action Film? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Shin'ichi Chiba Takuma Tsurugi Terry as Sonny Chiba Yutaka Nakajima Sarai Chuayut as Doris Nakajima Chiyoko Kazama Yang Gei-Cheun Etsuko Shihomi Nachi Shikenbaru as Sue Shiomi Goichi Yamada Rakuda Zhang as Gerald Yamada Nobuo Kawai Tetsunosuke Tsuchida Akira Shioji Liang Dung-Yat Chico Lourant Bondo as Chico Roland Tony Cetera Abdul Jadot Osman Yusuf Inspector Chan Tetsuo Torisu Edit Storyline Terry is a tough, mercenary, master of martial arts.
Taglines: If you've got to fight Edit Did You Know? Goofs When the Yakuza attacks "Terry" in his apartment after learning who leads them, one of the Yakuza members drops to his knees before Terry gets to him so he can vault off his back to kick another Yakuza member.
Alternate Versions The version shown on the FX network is "between" the R-rated and X-rated cuts in that it surprisingly shows more violence than the R-rated cut such as when Junjo has to stab his sister through her back , but is still missing some violence present in the X-rated cut such as when blood spills from the blind swordsman's head when attacked by Terry.
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Edit Details Country: Japan. Language: Japanese. Runtime: 87 min 75 min R-rated 91 min unrated.
Sound Mix: Mono. Color: Color Eastmancolor Black and White. Edit page. Clear your history. Tsurugi captures Sarai and challenges the entire dojo to a fight.
He brutalizes the rank-and-file students before Masaoka fights him to a standstill—then recognizes him as the half-Chinese son of a karate master he knew long ago.
Ultimately, Tsurugi offers to protect Sarai, and Masaoka agrees, against Sarai's protests. Meanwhile, the Yakuza's allies in Hong Kong , led by Kowloon boss Dinsau, recruit Shikenbaru to avenge his siblings by killing Tsurugi.
The gangsters make several attempts to kill Tsurugi before they successfully kidnap Sarai. Tsurugi manages to rescue her, but gets captured himself.
Rakuda gives up Sarai's location to save Tsurugi, causing Tsurugi to forsake him. When Tsurugi struggles fighting with a blind samurai working for the Hong Kong gangsters, Rakuda dies by his sword in a reckless attempt at redemption.
Tsurugi finally tracks the gangsters down to a shipyard and fights his way through their guards. In the end, Dinsau permits Tsurugi to duel Shikenbaru.
Nachi sacrifices herself to give her brother a free shot with a sai , but Tsurugi survives and rips out Shikenbaru's vocal cords. Critically wounded, Tsurugi is helped to his feet by Sarai and Dinsau in the final shot of the film.
The Street Fighter was the first film to receive an X rating solely for violence. A similarly violent scene involves Tsurugi delivering a powerful punch to an henchman's head, followed by a cut to an x-ray shot of the skull being completely shattered and blood gushing from the man's mouth.
Since then, the film was re-released in its entirety. Consequently, the English dub of the uncut version suffers from inconsistencies to the soundtrack quality, as the restored footage was dubbed by a different studio using different voice actors.
In the English dubbed versions of The Street Fighter and Return of The Street Fighter , Chiba's character is identified as "Terry Sugury" in the credits but dubbed by the voice actors as "Terry Tsurugi".
In The Street Fighter's Last Revenge , however, the voice actors call him "Terry Sugury. On November 7, , it was announced that Shout!
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Rate This. Guile and various other martial arts heroes fight against the tyranny of Dictator M. Bison and his cohorts.
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Top 25 Highest-Grossing Video Game Movies at the U. Box Office. Video Game Adaptations. Video Game movies.Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, known as Street Fighter II Movie (ストリートファイター II MOVIE, Sutorīto Faitā Tsū Mūbī) in Japan and Australia, is a anime film adaptation of the Street Fighter II fighting game written by Kenichi Imai, directed by Gisaburō Sugii and animated by Group TAC. The Street Fighter was the first film to receive an X rating solely for violence. The film was especially controversial because of a scene in which Tsurugi castrates the rapist Bondo with his bare hands; it is this scene (among others) that reputedly gained the film its 'X' rating. Street Fighter: The Battle for Shadaloo (also known as Street Fighter: The Ultimate Battle, Street Fighter: The Movie, or just simply Street Fighter) is a American action film written and directed by Steven E. de Souza based on Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (). The movie features an international and multicultural cast and was also produced in the United States by. Street Fighter () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Street Fighter is a Live-Action Adaptation of the wildly popular Street Fighter fighting game series. In the remote southeast Asian country of Shadaloo, the power mad dictator General M. Bison (Raúl Juliá) is trying to usurp power and take over first the country, then the world.