History Anime / StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie

10th May '16 4:05:41 PM PF
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* NamedByTheAdaptation: Ken Masters and Cammy White are given their full names in this movie (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). Subverted with Ryu and Ken's sensei, who was given the name Goutetsu in the script, but goes unmentioned in the actual movie (Goutetsu eventually became the name of sensei's sensei in the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series).

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* NamedByTheAdaptation: Ken Masters and Cammy White are given their full names in this movie (although 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). 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 (Goutetsu movie.[[note]]Goutetsu eventually became the name of sensei's Gouken and Akuma's sensei in the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series).series.[[/note]]
10th May '16 2:13:08 PM Saurubiker
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* NamedByTheAdaptation
** This was the first piece of ''Street Fighter'' media (outside Hasbro's action figure line) to use the last name "Masters" for Ken. Cammy was also given her last name (White) in this film.
** Subverted with Ryu and Ken's master. He was given the name Goutetsu in this movie, but he ended up being named Gouken instead, while Goutetsu became the master of the master.

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* NamedByTheAdaptation
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NamedByTheAdaptation: Ken Masters and Cammy White are given their full names in this movie (although the first piece of ''Street Fighter'' media (outside Hasbro's action figure line) to use the last name "Masters" for Ken. Cammy surname predates this movie, as it was also given her last name (White) to Ken in this film.
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Hasbro's ''Street Fighter II'' action figure toyline to avoid confusion with Barbie's boyfriend of the same name). Subverted with Ryu and Ken's master. He sensei, who was given the name Goutetsu in this movie, the script, but he ended up being named Gouken instead, while Goutetsu goes unmentioned in the actual movie (Goutetsu eventually became the master name of sensei's sensei in the master.''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series).
30th Apr '16 1:15:27 AM C2
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* EffeminateMisogynisticGuy: [[SissyVillain Vega.]] In fact, his characterization here, as well as his earlier game appearances, was the reason gamers believed that Vega was gay until Capcom set the record straight years later. In the movie, [[HomoeroticSubtext he seemingly becomes jealous]] when he notices Bison [[MaleGaze staring at Chun-Li's breasts]], while watching a video feed of her and Guile. Bison notices his reaction and gives him the order to eliminate her, which Vega gladly accepts. During the fight, he takes his time torturing her until she fights back and [[BerserkButton and steps on his face.]] At this point, Vega loses his sh*t [[ItsPersonal and drops all pretense of toying with her.]]

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* EffeminateMisogynisticGuy: [[SissyVillain Vega.]] In fact, his characterization here, as well as his earlier game appearances, was the reason gamers believed that Vega was gay until Capcom set the record straight (as it were) years later. In the movie, [[HomoeroticSubtext he seemingly becomes jealous]] when he notices Bison [[MaleGaze staring at Chun-Li's breasts]], while watching a video feed of her and Guile. Bison notices his reaction and gives him the order to eliminate her, which Vega gladly accepts. During the fight, he takes his time torturing her until she fights back and [[BerserkButton and steps on his face.]] At this point, Vega loses his sh*t [[ItsPersonal and drops all pretense of toying with her.]]
13th Apr '16 6:34:15 PM AndyLA
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:The film never shows Sagat again after Bison gives him the order to dispose of Cammy and Vega.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:The film never shows Sagat again after Bison gives him the order to dispose of Cammy and Vega. Judging by how he just stood alone after Bison left with Balrog, it's likely Sagat was having a HeelRealization from being denied his rematch with Ryu.]]
13th Apr '16 6:28:36 PM AndyLA
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** There was no explanation for the change of Ryu's headband until Capcom worked in the movie's backstory about it being a gift from Ken. However, the reason behind the gesture was changed.

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** There was no explanation for the change of Ryu's headband until Capcom worked in the movie's backstory about it being a gift from Ken. However, the reason behind the gesture was changed. Conversely, the explanation from the movie was later adapted into ''WebVideo/StreetFighterAssassinsFist''.
12th Apr '16 3:45:13 AM PF
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* HospitalSurprise: Chun-Li is wounded in her fight against Vega roughly half-way through the movie. [[spoiler:After Ryu and Ken defeat Bison in the climax, Guile goes to the hospital where she's staying only to found out that she had died. When Guile tells Chun-Li about Bison's defeat, she sits up, revealing that she has recovered and was pretending to have died in order to prank him.]]

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* HospitalSurprise: Chun-Li is wounded in her fight against Vega roughly half-way through the movie. [[spoiler:After Ryu and Ken defeat Bison in the climax, Guile goes to the hospital where she's staying only to found out that she had has died. When Guile tells Chun-Li about Bison's defeat, she sits up, revealing that she has recovered and was pretending to have died be dead in order to prank him.]]
12th Apr '16 3:41:35 AM PF
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* HospitalSurprise: Chun-Li is wounded in her fight against Vega roughly half-way through the movie. After Ryu and Ken defeat Bison in the climax, Guile goes to the hospital where she's staying, and talks to her unmoving body, which is covered in bandages. Suddenly Chun-Li pulls off the bandages and sits up - she's made a full recovery while off-screen, and was pretending to be seriously wounded and unable to leave the bed to prank him.

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* HospitalSurprise: Chun-Li is wounded in her fight against Vega roughly half-way through the movie. After [[spoiler:After Ryu and Ken defeat Bison in the climax, Guile goes to the hospital where she's staying, and talks staying only to her unmoving body, which is covered in bandages. Suddenly found out that she had died. When Guile tells Chun-Li pulls off the bandages and about Bison's defeat, she sits up - she's made a full recovery while off-screen, up, revealing that she has recovered and was pretending to be seriously wounded and unable to leave the bed have died in order to prank him.]]



* 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.

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* 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 LickingTheBlade,she retaliates by throwing her couch at him.



* SecondPersonAttack: [[KickChick Chun-Li]] unloads on Vega, at the end of their fight, [[SpamAttack where she kicks the ever living shit out of him]] for about 7 sec. straight. She then ends it by putting him through the wall with both feet. Almost all of it is seen from ''[[FirstPersonPerspective his perspective]]''!

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* SecondPersonAttack: [[KickChick Chun-Li]] unloads on Vega, at the end of their fight, [[SpamAttack where she kicks the ever living shit out of him]] for about 7 sec. second straight. She then ends it by putting him through the wall with both feet. Almost all of it is seen from ''[[FirstPersonPerspective his perspective]]''!
12th Apr '16 12:47:57 AM morenohijazo
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* HospitalSurprise: Chun-Li is wounded in her fight against Vega roughly half-way through the movie. After Ryu and Ken defeat Bison in the climax, Guile goes to the hospital where she's staying, and talks to her unmoving body, which is covered in bandages. Suddenly Chun-Li pulls off the bandages and sits up - she's made a full recovery while off-screen, and was pretending to be seriously wounded and unable to leave the bed to prank him.
2nd Apr '16 9:43:48 AM AndyLA
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* OffModel: A minor case. When Balrog is fighting Honda towards the climax, his eyes are constantly pointing in different directions.
2nd Apr '16 7:32:58 AM PF
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The film's initial American release in 1995 came with a healthy dose of censorship attached -- cuts to the infamous Chun-Li shower scene accompanied toned-down blood and swearing. Creator/MangaEntertainment rectified this in 2006 with a dual-sided DVD that contained a (virtually) uncensored version of the English dub and a (completely) uncensored version of the original Japanese version of the film. In 2008, Netflix began streaming a fully uncut version of the film's English dub with either the English or Japanese soundtrack backing the dub. It is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who have [[https://www.facebook.com/147168055312297/photos/a.196378827057886.55668.147168055312297/1025494254146335/?type=1 announced plans for a DVD and Blu-ray re-release]].

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The film's initial American release in 1995 came with a healthy dose of censorship attached -- cuts to the infamous Chun-Li shower scene accompanied toned-down blood and swearing. Creator/MangaEntertainment rectified this in 2006 with a dual-sided DVD that contained a (virtually) uncensored version of the English dub and a (completely) uncensored version of the original Japanese version of the film. In 2008, Netflix began streaming a fully uncut version of the film's English dub with either the English or Japanese soundtrack backing the dub. It is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who have [[https://www.facebook.com/147168055312297/photos/a.196378827057886.55668.147168055312297/1025494254146335/?type=1 announced plans for a DVD and Blu-ray re-release]].
re-release.]]
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