Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind (2022)

David Wenham, Manny Jacinto, Yuri Lowenthal, Debra Wilson,
As Kano and the Black Dragon wreck havoc around the globe a young warrior named Kenshi will have to rise above his own limitations and take on the looming threat of Outworld
  • 6.6 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2022-09-25 Added:
  • Jeremy Adams, Ed Boon, John Tobias, Writer:
  • Rick Morales, Director:
  • James Krieg, Producer:

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5 / 10

Not the best of additions to the "Mortal Kombat" franchise...

I sat down to watch the 2022 animated movie "Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" with my son. And I have to admit that I was not familiar with all the characters in this storyline. But then again, I haven't been playing the games for a long, long time, so I don't keep up with who is in the franchise.

I have seen the 2021 animated movie "Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms" and the 2020 animated movie "Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge" as well. And of these three, then this 2022 is the weakest addition to the "Mortal Kombat" franchise, simply because the storyline is all over the place, and there isn't really much to keep your attention to the various characters. So writer Jeremy Adams didn't exactly impress with the storyline here.

Visually then "Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" is good. You know what you get when you sit down to watch something like this; an abundance of fighting and over-the-top violence. And yeah "Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" offers that as well, and that is one of this particular animated movies strongest aspects. But it is hardly enough to make it worthwhile watching.

The art and animation style used in "Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" is adequate. It does look and feel like it belongs in the "Mortal Kombat" franchise.

The voice acting, since this is an animated movie, is adequate, though there wasn't a single familiar voice on the cast list, aside from David Wenham. I didn't recognize his voice though, and it was only when I perused the cast listing on IMDb that I realized it was him.

"Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" is something for the hardcore fans of the "Mortal Kombat" franchise, for sure. For a casual viewer, then this is adequate enough for a single viewing, then you forget about it and move on.

My rating of "Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind" from director Rick Morales lands on a bland five out of ten stars.

10 / 10

This was great

Hello everyone. Well, my opinion about this work is that it was so beautiful that I don't know what to say. I myself was waiting for the release time and I hoped that it would be good. I finally got to see it today and I really liked it. You were able to attract my attention and you were able to show yourself well and I am also happy about this. Thank you very much to the production team who worked hard and created this beautiful work and designed the fights and characters well. To all those who are fans of the series. I recommend watching Mortal Kombat. Thank you very much to the production team.

Good luck.

7 / 10

Action packed

This is coming from a true fan of the video game franchise created by Ed Boon and John Tobias. Reverse anagram Boon and Tobias to get the character Noob Saibot(I wonder why he hasn't been featured in any of the storylines so far in the franchise).

The story seems to be inspired by the MK11 video game with characters introduced in MK Armageddon (for those who are not familiar with some of them).

The plot has a very beautiful unusual concept of a Mad Max inspired dystopian future, the art style is very beautiful and stylish, voice acting is decent and of course there is the characteristic over-the-top gore. It's strongest point is the action which is fluid and contributes to the overall entertainment.

Character development is good, even though it's focus is on the two main characters. Could have done with more details into Kenshi's training and development into the blind swordsman. It's lengthy but still not properly handled. That part of the plot was a bit all over the place. The movie's plot twist involving Kenshi's relationship with both Shang Tsung and sub zero threatens to affect it's faithfulness to the source material.

Pretty decent action which is not lacking in entertainment value.

6 / 10

Mindless Entertainment for MK Fans

After watching the previous two Mortal Kombat movies I was sure to keep my expectations in check. Scorpions revenge was entertaining but focused too much on other characters besides Scorpion. Legends had some good moments and fell off the rails in a ridiculous final ten minutes. Snow Blind is thankfully better than legends but still not as "good" as Scorpions Revenge. Snow Blind takes place in a wasteland after earth realm was destroyed by the apocalypse which is briefly explained during the 3rd act. Without spoiling much old "Bruce Wayne" mentors Kenshi into realizing his potential after his ego gets his butt handed to him. The relationship between Kenshi and Batman is the best part of the movie, though it could have been better developed. Kano, while typically cheeky, is not that intimidating or interesting as the main villain. Most people are here for the fights and there are plenty. However none of the fights standout. It's a bunch of blood and gore that is satisying at times, but none of the fights get your heart rate up. The animation and fights seem as basic as Snow Blinds story and that is really a shame. The gore does deliver a few gruesome fatalities that are entertaining of course, but I really think the next movie needs to amp up the stakes and intensity in this department. Snow Blinds brisk pace is nice and the ending leaves a bit to be desired. If you're a mortal kombat fan like myself you'll mindlessly enjoy yourself for the 80 minutes Snow Blind runs. I would recommend a rental if you're interested.

9 / 10

Enjoyable

I'll start by saying I'm a fan of Sub-Zero (especially Kuai Liang) so giving him central focus obviously sways my preferential treatment of this movie. Additionally, I always enjoy his team up with the grandmaster of his rival clan so yeah this works for me. It's removed from the klassic Mortal Kombat storylines but we have (several) other movies about that so this one is a nice supplementary story to the franchise. Favorite part is when Kuai Liang teaches Kenshi about "...nothing more poisonous than 'I can't.'"

The only thing I'm not sure is whether this connects fully to the previous installments "Scorpion's Revenge" and "Battle of the Realms". As a stand-alone it works thanks to MK11 timeline shenanigans. Best to take it as an individual offering.