History TearJerker / StreetFighter

21st Sep '17 6:09:36 AM chopshop
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* The whole "ButForMeItWasTuesday" scene in a strange sort of way. It's surprisingly and legitimately well-acted and staged; Chun-Li explains how Bison and his minions were stopped from destroying her village by Chun-Li's father. As Bison was forced into retreat, [[EvilIsPetty he had Chun-Li's dad shot by a sharpshooter, purely out of spite]]. She's wanted revenge/justice ever since and it's clearly driven her life. Bison then apologizes... and bluntly informs her that he doesn't know what she's talking about and can't remember the incident at all. And he doesn't mean it as a taunt, he sounds ''genuinely'' apologetic that he can't remember. It drives home how senseless Bison and his plans really are; he's done so much that it's all just blurring together for him.
28th Aug '17 5:43:37 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son/brotherly relationship falling apart", and arguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise (while giving ''Balrog'', of all people, some JerkassWoobie traits). [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who warns him that she foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, [[PoorCommunicationKills his choice of words comes out wrong]], causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, [[PartingWordsRegret and end up parting ways on a sour note]]. Balrog [[GetOut tells him to get lost]], and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]

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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son/brotherly relationship falling apart", and arguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise (while giving ''Balrog'', of all people, some JerkassWoobie traits). [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Menat, an Egyptian fortune-teller FortuneTeller who warns him that she foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, [[PoorCommunicationKills his choice of words comes out wrong]], causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, [[PartingWordsRegret and end up parting ways on a sour note]]. Balrog [[GetOut tells him to get lost]], and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]
2nd Aug '17 10:33:41 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** Creator/RaulJulia's whole performance, as he knew [[YourDaysAreNumbered he didn't have much time left]] and wanted to secure a big paycheck for his family, plus [[CrowningmomentOfHeartwarming do a role]] [[SoMyKidsCanWatch his kids wanted to see]]. [[DyingMomentOfAwesome And it was fucking awesome, too.]] Although the film as a whole is often ridiculed as being one of the sillier video game adaptations (and that's saying something), Julia's final appearance is generally treated with well-deserved respect, to the point where he was even posthumously nominated for a Saturn Award.

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** * Creator/RaulJulia's whole performance, as he knew [[YourDaysAreNumbered he didn't have much time left]] and wanted to secure a big paycheck for his family, plus [[CrowningmomentOfHeartwarming do a role]] [[SoMyKidsCanWatch his kids wanted to see]]. [[DyingMomentOfAwesome And it was fucking awesome, too.]] Although the film as a whole is often ridiculed as being one of the sillier video game adaptations (and that's saying something), Julia's final appearance is generally treated with well-deserved respect, to the point where he was even posthumously nominated for a Saturn Award.



* "¡Vaya con Dios!" ("Go forth with God!") [[note]]Raúl Julia died not too long after filming the movie, as said above. The film is dedicated to him, with these words.[[/note]]

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* "¡Vaya con Dios!" ("Go forth with God!") [[note]]Raúl Julia (who was from [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rico Puerto Rico]], which has both Spanish and English as its official languages) died not too long after filming the movie, as said above. The film is dedicated to him, with these exact words.[[/note]]
4th Jun '17 7:33:28 AM TwixTrix
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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son/brotherly relationship falling apart", and arguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise (while giving ''Balrog'', of all people, some JerkassWoobie traits). [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who warns him that she foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, [[PookCommunicationKills his choice of words comes out wrong]], causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, [[PartingWordsRegret and end up parting ways on a sour note]]. Balrog [[GetOut tells him to get lost]], and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]

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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son/brotherly relationship falling apart", and arguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise (while giving ''Balrog'', of all people, some JerkassWoobie traits). [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who warns him that she foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, [[PookCommunicationKills [[PoorCommunicationKills his choice of words comes out wrong]], causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, [[PartingWordsRegret and end up parting ways on a sour note]]. Balrog [[GetOut tells him to get lost]], and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]
4th Jun '17 7:23:07 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart", and aguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise. [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]

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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son father-son/brotherly relationship falling apart", and aguably arguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise.franchise (while giving ''Balrog'', of all people, some JerkassWoobie traits). [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who warns him that she foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, [[PookCommunicationKills his choice of words comes out wrong, wrong]], causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, [[PartingWordsRegret and end up parting ways on a sour note. note]]. Balrog [[GetOut tells him to get lost, lost]], and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]
4th Jun '17 7:20:12 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart". [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man, unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]

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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart".apart", and aguably sets him as one of the biggest woobies of the franchise. [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man, man (and probably still does afterwards), unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]]]
31st May '17 7:21:51 AM MaxyGregoryyyy
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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart". [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face.]]

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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart". [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face. The fact that Balrog sounded like he was gonna cry when he told Ed to get lost and refusal to recover to fight back just shows how much he used to care for the young man, unlike the indifference and hostility he has for everyone else.]]
30th May '17 7:11:36 PM Vulcan422
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* [[spoiler: Kolin]]'s Story Mode reveals her past, and [[DarkAndTroubledPast it's not pretty]]. [[spoiler: She was found by Gill when her whole homeland (a part from the Soviet Union) had already collapsed, her friends and family were dead, and she was so past the DespairEventHorizon that she was willing to let herself die [[SnowMeansDeath in the middle of a snowy wasteland]]. Gill was the one who took her in after all of that, and [[IOweYouMyLife that explains]] [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe a LOT]] of her UndyingLoyalty to him.]]

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* [[spoiler: Kolin]]'s Kolin's Story Mode reveals her past, and [[DarkAndTroubledPast it's not pretty]]. [[spoiler: She was found by Gill when her whole homeland (a part from the Soviet Union) had already collapsed, her friends and family were dead, and she was so past the DespairEventHorizon that she was willing to let herself die [[SnowMeansDeath in the middle of a snowy wasteland]]. Gill was the one who took her in after all of that, and [[IOweYouMyLife that explains]] [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe a LOT]] of her UndyingLoyalty to him.]]



-->[[spoiler: '''Kolin''']]: "[[LossOfIdentity I have none.]]"

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-->[[spoiler: '''Kolin''']]: -->'''Kolin''': "[[LossOfIdentity I have none.]]"



-->[[spoiler: '''Kolin''']]: "[[YouCantGoHomeAgain It's gone...]]"

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-->[[spoiler: '''Kolin''']]: -->'''Kolin''': "[[YouCantGoHomeAgain It's gone...]]"


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* Ed's story mode can best be described as "a father-son relationship falling apart". [[spoiler: During the Season 1 story, it's shown that Ed is constantly plagued by nightmares of Bison trying to take over his body, since him being a possible candidate as a vessel for Bison's soul is the reason he was kidnapped by Shadaloo in the first place, and he openly angsts over his RapidAging. While taking the chess piece from Guile and Zangief in India, Ed is visited within his mind by a strange Egyptian fortune-teller who foresees hard times for him and Balrog in the future. Sure enough, Ed's issues come to a head, and Balrog tries, in his own way, to reassure him that as long as Ed stays with him he'll be fine. Of course, since it's Balrog, his choice of words comes out wrong, causing Ed to lash out at him, saying that Balrog would be nothing without him. The two fight, and end up parting ways on a sour note. Balrog tells him to get lost, and Ed walks away with a deeply hurt expression on his face.]]
16th May '17 8:16:13 PM Randomfan11
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** [[spoiler:What's more, when Chun-Li, Dorai, and Po Lin arrive with the police to question Dan at the crime scene, Dan is so traumatized that he refuses to out Sagat as his father's killer, instead claiming ''he'' was responsible and wanting to bring Sagat to justice himself.]]
19th Mar '17 9:41:09 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* [[spoiler: Kolin]]'s Story Mode reveals her past, and [[DarkAndTroubledPast it's not pretty]]. [[spoiler: She was found by Gill when her whole homeland (a part from the Soviet Union) had already collapsed, her friends and family were dead, and she had fallen past the DespairEventHorizon. Gill was the one who took her in after all of that, and that explains a ''lot'' of her UndyingLoyalty to him.]]

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* [[spoiler: Kolin]]'s Story Mode reveals her past, and [[DarkAndTroubledPast it's not pretty]]. [[spoiler: She was found by Gill when her whole homeland (a part from the Soviet Union) had already collapsed, her friends and family were dead, and she had fallen was so past the DespairEventHorizon. DespairEventHorizon that she was willing to let herself die [[SnowMeansDeath in the middle of a snowy wasteland]]. Gill was the one who took her in after all of that, and [[IOweYouMyLife that explains explains]] [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe a ''lot'' LOT]] of her UndyingLoyalty to him.]]
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