History Anime / StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie

17th Apr '18 4:52:49 AM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* PantyShot: There are several glimpses, including two close-ups, of Chun-Li's bra and panties, during her fight with Vega. Facilitated by [[KickChick her frequent use of kicks]], while wearing a nightshirt, [[ClothingDamage which gets torn]] by Vega's claw.

to:

* PantyShot: There are several glimpses, including two close-ups, of Chun-Li's bra and panties, during her fight with Vega. Facilitated This is facilitated by [[KickChick her frequent use of kicks]], while wearing a nightshirt, [[ClothingDamage which gets torn]] by Vega's claw.
17th Apr '18 4:43:54 AM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Despite being a main character in the game itself, Ken's role [[MinorMajorCharacter is minor]]. ''The Animated Movie'' changed this by fleshing out his history with Ryu and reveals that his iconic red headband [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUlZnM-Trd0 used to be Ken's hair ribbon.]] This was later canonized in ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Street Fighter]]'' ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKG699RzsrE Alpha 2]]'', albeit under different circumstances.[[note]]In ''The Animated Movie'', Ken ties it around Ryu's forehead as a form of apology after accidentally injuring the latter during one of their sparring sessions. In ''Alpha 2'', Ken simply gives it to him as reminder of their promise to settle their rivalry once and for all.[[/note]] Ken is also given plot relevance, by having Bison target him as a means to get to Ryu, and makes him jointly responsible for Bison's defeat at the end.[[note]]In the ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, Bison has no interest in Ken. In addition, Ken has never taken part in any of the major battles against the series' main villains.[[/note]]

to:

** Despite being a main character in the game itself, Ken's role [[MinorMajorCharacter is minor]]. ''The Animated Movie'' changed this by fleshing out his history with Ryu and reveals that his iconic red headband [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUlZnM-Trd0 used to be Ken's hair ribbon.]] This was later canonized in ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Street Fighter]]'' ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKG699RzsrE Alpha 2]]'', albeit under different circumstances.[[note]]In ''The Animated Movie'', Ken ties it around Ryu's forehead as a form of apology after accidentally injuring the latter during one of their sparring sessions. In ''Alpha 2'', Ken simply gives it to him as reminder of their promise to settle their rivalry once and for all.[[/note]] Ken is also given plot relevance, by having Bison target him as a means to get to Ryu, and makes him jointly responsible for Bison's [[spoiler:Bison's defeat at the end.end]].[[note]]In the ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, Bison has no interest in Ken. In addition, Ken has never taken part in any of the major battles against the series' main villains.[[/note]]
17th Apr '18 4:39:40 AM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AllMenArePerverts: Even Bison and ''a friggin' cyborg'' can't resist perving on [[MsFanservice Chun-Li]].

to:

* AllMenArePerverts: Even Bison and ''a friggin' cyborg'' Monitor Cyborg'' can't resist perving on [[MsFanservice Chun-Li]].



** Cammy's full name first appeared in this film.

to:

** Cammy's full name first appeared in this film.movie.
16th Apr '18 4:27:48 PM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ViolenceDiscretionShot: For the first minute or so, the audience is treated to a shot of Chun-Li's living room while she and Vega are heard scuffling in her bedroom. In between muffled thumps against the wall and sounds of breaking furniture, she can be heard crying out in pain, until Vega finally kicks her through the door, hard enough to knock it off its hinges. Soon after, she knocks over the phone, right as Guile is trying to call her. It then becomes [[Administrivia/InUniverseExamplesOnly an in-universe example]], since all he hears through the receiver are her screams.

to:

* ViolenceDiscretionShot: For the first minute or so, the audience is treated to a shot of Chun-Li's living room while she and Vega are heard scuffling in her bedroom. In between muffled thumps against the wall and sounds of breaking furniture, she can be heard crying out in pain, until Vega finally kicks her through the door, which is hard enough to knock it off its hinges. Soon after, she knocks over the phone, right as Guile is trying to call her. It then becomes [[Administrivia/InUniverseExamplesOnly an in-universe example]], since all he hears through the receiver are her screams.
14th Apr '18 7:18:30 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ViolenceDiscretionShot: For the first minute or so, the audience is treated to a shot of Chun-Li's living room while she and Vega are heard scuffling in her bedroom. In between muffled thumps against the wall and sounds of breaking furniture, she can be heard crying out in pain, until Vega finally kicks her through the door, hard enough to knock it off its hinges. Soon after, she knocks over the phone, right as Guile is trying to call her. It then becomes [[InUniverseExamplesOnly an in-universe example]], since all he hears through the receiver are her screams.

to:

* ViolenceDiscretionShot: For the first minute or so, the audience is treated to a shot of Chun-Li's living room while she and Vega are heard scuffling in her bedroom. In between muffled thumps against the wall and sounds of breaking furniture, she can be heard crying out in pain, until Vega finally kicks her through the door, hard enough to knock it off its hinges. Soon after, she knocks over the phone, right as Guile is trying to call her. It then becomes [[InUniverseExamplesOnly [[Administrivia/InUniverseExamplesOnly an in-universe example]], since all he hears through the receiver are her screams.
19th Mar '18 10:24:50 AM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the English version, Chun-Li asks Guile if he's man enough to check out her other abilities during their second encounter, which is most likely a reference of his "Are you man enough to fight with me?" win quote.

to:

** In the English version, During their second encounter, Chun-Li asks Guile if he's man enough to check out her other abilities during their second encounter, abilities, which is most likely a reference of his "Are you man enough to fight with me?" win quote.
13th Mar '18 5:35:28 AM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* RealityEnsues: Chun-Li realized she's at a disadvantage against Vega, since she's unarmed, with little more than a nightshirt for protection. So she [[ImprovisedWeapon tries to even the odds with her bedroom lamp]], which predictably, doesn't last long. Even though Chun-Li ultimately wins the fight, she sustains life threatening injuries which causes her to spend the remainder of the film in intensive care. [[spoiler:She does recover at the end]].

to:

* RealityEnsues: Chun-Li realized realizes she's at a disadvantage against Vega, since she's unarmed, with little more than a nightshirt for protection. So she [[ImprovisedWeapon tries to even the odds with her bedroom lamp]], which predictably, doesn't last long. Even though Chun-Li ultimately wins the fight, she sustains life threatening injuries which causes her to spend the remainder of the film in intensive care. [[spoiler:She does recover at the end]].
9th Mar '18 3:50:57 PM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** This is played straight when Vega attacks her.

to:

** This is played straight when Vega attacks her.Chun-Li.
9th Mar '18 3:48:34 PM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** In the English version, Chun-Li asks Guile if he's man enough to check out her other abilities during their second encounter, which is most likely a reference of his "Are you man enough to fight with me?" win quote.
9th Mar '18 3:26:24 PM PF
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Special Moves in general. In the games, Special Moves are simply unique, command-input attacks. Depending on the ability, they may do more or less damage than regular attacks. In this film, however, Special Moves are almost an InstantWinCondition.

to:

** Special Moves in general. In the games, Special Moves are simply unique, command-input attacks. Depending on the ability, they may do more or less damage than regular attacks. In this film, movie, however, Special Moves are almost an InstantWinCondition.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Cammy is portrayed in her Delta Red outfit, not her Shadaloo one, but is still employed as Bison's assassin at the beginning of the film. This is justified in that this movie predates ''Alpha'', where the Dolls debuted.
* AdaptedOut: There is no sort of TournamentArc whatsoever. This film takes the "''Street Fighter''" title literally. Even Ryu's fight with Sagat, which was supposed to be the final round of the first ever World Warrior tournament, is done in a completely empty field in the middle of the night.

to:

* AdaptationalVillainy: Cammy is portrayed in her Delta Red outfit, not her Shadaloo one, but is still employed as Bison's assassin at the beginning of the film.movie. This is justified in that this movie predates ''Alpha'', where the Dolls debuted.
* AdaptedOut: There is no sort of TournamentArc whatsoever. This film movie takes the "''Street Fighter''" title literally. Even Ryu's fight with Sagat, which was supposed to be the final round of the first ever World Warrior tournament, is done in a completely empty field in the middle of the night.



* AntagonistAbilities: Bison. To whit, his Psycho Power has {{Flight}}, {{Deflector Shield}}s, VillainTeleportation, DeathFromAbove, MindManipulation, and many other abilities that ''no one'' comes even close to countering. [[spoiler:The ''only'' reason Ryu and Ken manage to defeat Bison is because they double teamed him after he decided to [[WillfullyWeak fight them on their level]]]].

to:

* AntagonistAbilities: Bison. To whit, wit, his Psycho Power has {{Flight}}, {{Deflector Shield}}s, VillainTeleportation, DeathFromAbove, MindManipulation, and many other abilities that ''no one'' comes even close to countering. [[spoiler:The ''only'' reason Ryu and Ken manage to defeat Bison is because they double teamed him after he decided to [[WillfullyWeak fight them on their level]]]].



* CurbStompBattle: Guile gets his ass handed to him by Bison, who's TeleportSpam made him untouchable. After he exhausts himself trying to hit him, Bison [[OneHitKO one-shots him]], making it a VictoryByEndurance.

to:

* CurbStompBattle: Guile gets his ass handed to him by Bison, who's whose TeleportSpam made him untouchable. After he exhausts himself trying to hit him, Bison [[OneHitKO one-shots him]], making it a VictoryByEndurance.



* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:The film ends with Bison trying to run down Ryu in a semi-truck]].
* HeroicBuild: You can count the number of guys who ''don't'' have super-muscular builds on one hand. Sagat and Bison notably take this to almost TopHeavyGuy proportions.

to:

* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:The film movie ends with Bison trying to run down Ryu in a semi-truck]].
* HeroicBuild: You can count the number of guys who ''don't'' have super-muscular super muscular builds on one hand. Sagat and Bison notably take this to almost TopHeavyGuy proportions.



* ImprovisedWeapon: During her fight with Vega, Chun-Li tries to defend herself from his claw by using the lamp post in her apartment, which he cuts in half. But when he cuts her cheek and makes a show of LickingTheBlade, she retaliates by throwing her couch at him.

to:

* ImprovisedWeapon: During her fight with Vega, Chun-Li tries to defend herself from his claw by using the lamp post in her apartment, bathroom lamp, which he cuts in half. But when he cuts her cheek and makes a show of LickingTheBlade, she retaliates by throwing her couch at him.him.
* {{Irony}}: Despite telling Dee Jay to be vigilant of any Monitor Cyborgs, Guile and Chun-Li don't realize that one is standing above them on a roof.



* MaleGaze: Since Chun-Li provides the film's T&A, she's the subject each time it happens:

to:

* MaleGaze: Since Chun-Li provides the film's movie's T&A, she's the subject each time it happens:



* MythologyGag: An unintentional one on the part of the animators, but in the comments section of different Website/YouTube videos of fight between Ryu and Sagat, fans have snarked that Sagat was a noob for using an unsafe jump in and not expecting Ryu's Shoryuken on wakeup.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Ken Masters and Cammy White are given their full names in this movie.[[note]]Although the "Masters" surname predates this movie, as it was given to Ken in Hasbro's ''Street Fighter II'' action figure toyline to avoid confusion with Barbie's boyfriend of the same name.[[/note]] Subverted with Ryu and Ken's sensei, who was given the name Goutetsu in the script, but goes unmentioned in the actual movie.[[note]]Goutetsu eventually became the name of Gouken and Akuma's sensei in the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series.[[/note]]

to:

* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
**
An unintentional one on the part of the animators, but in the comments section of different Website/YouTube videos of fight between Ryu and Sagat, fans have snarked that Sagat was a noob for using an unsafe jump in and not expecting Ryu's Shoryuken on wakeup.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: ** The truck that Ken Masters and Cammy White are given their almost runs into has the Capcom logo on it.
* NamedByTheAdaptation:
** Cammy's
full names name first appeared in this movie.[[note]]Although the "Masters" surname predates this movie, as it was given to Ken in Hasbro's ''Street Fighter II'' action figure toyline to avoid confusion with Barbie's boyfriend of the same name.[[/note]] film.
**
Subverted with Ryu and Ken's sensei, who was given the name Goutetsu in the script, but goes unmentioned in the actual movie.[[note]]Goutetsu eventually became the name of Gouken and Akuma's sensei in the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series.[[/note]]



* NotWorthKilling: Bison invokes this after humiliating Guile. Just as it seems he's about to finish him off, Bison stifles a laugh and decides Guile isn't worth the effort.

to:

* NotWorthKilling: Bison invokes this after humiliating Guile. Just as it seems he's about to finish him off, Bison stifles a laugh and decides Guile isn't worth the effort.it.



* PantyShot: We're given several glimpses, including two close-ups, of Chun-Li's bra and panties, during her fight with Vega. Facilitated by [[KickChick her frequent use of kicks]], while wearing a nightshirt, [[ClothingDamage which gets torn]] by Vega's claw.

to:

* PantyShot: We're given There are several glimpses, including two close-ups, of Chun-Li's bra and panties, during her fight with Vega. Facilitated by [[KickChick her frequent use of kicks]], while wearing a nightshirt, [[ClothingDamage which gets torn]] by Vega's claw.



* PragmaticAdaptation: While the movie is lauded as one of the most faithful video game adaptations ever made, some things obviously had to be changed, mostly to make the special moves look more believable. Perhaps most noticeably, Ryu's [[HurricaneKick Tatsumaki Senpukyaku]] in his fight against Fei Long was changed from hovering through the air spinning around on one leg like a top with his other foot extended, to multiple midair roundhouse kicks with alternating legs. Similarly, Chun-Li's Spinning Bird Kick against Vega is actually done by rapidly handstanding in circles, rather than floating across the ground. An added benefit of these changes is that it [[AdaptationalBadass makes the special moves more "special"]]- Guile's Sonic Boom goes from a small yellow frisbee he can spam out in front of him every two seconds to an ''[[RazorWind actual sonic boom]]'' that takes him several seconds to charge and ''cut E. Honda's hut in half!''

to:

* PragmaticAdaptation: While the movie is lauded as one of the most faithful video game adaptations ever made, some things obviously had to be changed, mostly of the Special Moves were changed to make the special moves them look more believable. An added benefit of these changes is that it [[AdaptationalBadass makes them more "special"]]:
**
Perhaps most noticeably, in his fight with Fei Long, Ryu's [[HurricaneKick Tatsumaki Senpukyaku]] in his fight against Fei Long was is changed from him hovering through the air spinning around on one leg like a top with his other foot extended, extended to him throwing multiple midair roundhouse kicks with alternating legs. Similarly, legs.
**
Chun-Li's performs her Spinning Bird Kick against Vega is actually done by rapidly handstanding in circles, rather than floating across the ground. An added benefit of these changes is that it [[AdaptationalBadass makes the special moves more "special"]]- ground.
**
Guile's Sonic Boom goes from a small yellow frisbee he can spam out in front of him every two seconds to an ''[[RazorWind actual sonic boom]]'' that takes him several seconds to charge and ''cut ''cuts E. Honda's hut in half!''half''.



** Guile was made a U.S. Air Force Captain whereas the original game hadn't specified what branch of the military he was with, or his rank. It also marked the beginning of the collaboration between the U.S. Air Force and Interpol in the game series itself.[[note]]There is one key difference: in the ''Alpha'' series, Chun-Li was partnered with Charlie, rather than Guile. She doesn't meet him until near the end of her story mode in ''Alpha 3''.[[/note]]

to:

** Guile was made a U.S. Air Force Captain whereas the original game hadn't specified what branch of the military he was with, served or his rank. It also marked the beginning of the collaboration between the U.S. Air Force and Interpol in the game series itself.[[note]]There is one key difference: in the ''Alpha'' series, Chun-Li was partnered with Charlie, rather than Guile. She doesn't meet him until near the end of her story mode in ''Alpha 3''.[[/note]]



** In this film, just before Bison fights Ryu and Ken, he removes his cape, the first time he does so in the entire film, and declares that he will "fight them on their own level". Afterwards, he displays no Psycho Power (aside from briefly hovering) and is [[spoiler:defeated by Ryu and Ken without using any of the StoryBreakerPower he'd used throughout the movie]]. In the ''Alpha'' series, it's established that Bison's cape is an AmplifierArtifact which allows him to use all of his power (similar to Rose's scarf). In some games, he is shown removing it during a pre-battle cutscene.

to:

** In this film, movie, just before Bison fights Ryu and Ken, he removes his cape, the first time he does so in the entire film, and declares that he will "fight them on their own level". Afterwards, he displays no Psycho Power (aside from briefly hovering) and is [[spoiler:defeated by Ryu and Ken without using any of the StoryBreakerPower he'd used throughout the movie]]. In the ''Alpha'' series, it's established that Bison's cape is an AmplifierArtifact which allows him to use all of his power (similar to Rose's scarf). In some games, he is shown removing it during a pre-battle cutscene.



* TitleTheAdaptation: ''Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie'', which is the film's overseas title.

to:

* TitleTheAdaptation: ''Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie'', which is the film's movie's overseas title.



* YouHaveFailedMe: Bison nearly does this Ken when the latter breaks free of his brainwashing. Ken is about to recover through meditation.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Just before departing for Cambodia, Bison orders Sagat to eliminate Cammy and Vega, since he no longer had a need for the former, while the latter failed to carry out his assignment to kill Chun-Li.

to:

* YouHaveFailedMe: YouHaveFailedMe:
** Just before departing for Cambodia, Bison orders Sagat to eliminate Vega since he failed to carry out his assignment to kill Chun-Li.
**
Bison nearly does this Ken when the latter breaks free of his brainwashing. Ken is about to recover through meditation.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Just before departing for Cambodia, In the same scene where Bison orders Sagat to eliminate Vega, he also orders Sagat to eliminate Cammy and Vega, since he no longer had has a need use for the former, while the latter failed to carry out his assignment to kill Chun-Li.
her.
This list shows the last 10 events of 273. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Anime.StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie