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The movie in which actor Chris Klein puts on an acting clinic.


"This week we take on a movie for anyone who has ever played a video game and thought to themselves: 'I wonder what her story is.'—Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li."

Official Show Notes[]

"Does the failure of Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li mean we'll never get that long-awaited Blanka biopic? We fail to answer these and other questions. Meanwhile, Stuart discusses how thugs benefit from Outlook and multi-tasking, Elliott explains how this movie would be right at home in classic Hollywood, and Dan reveals he knows far too much about lesbian vampires."

Movie Summary[]


When a teenager, Chun-Li witnesses the kidnapping of her father by wealthy crime lord M. Bison. When she grows up, she goes into a quest for vengeance and becomes the famous crime-fighter of the Street Fighter universe.


In Bangkok, Bison, a crime boss, and his henchmen begin a bid for power in the city's slum, crushing everyone who gets in their way. As the violence escalates, a team of heroes emerges to bring Bison to justice. Fighting on the side of good are Chun-Li, martial-arts master Gen, Interpol agent Charlie Nash and his partner, Maya Sunee.

  • ­MMMBison
           —Dan @01:45
  • ­The movie Mortal Kombat was really good, so I had high hopes going into this one, to be honest with y'all.
           —Stuart @03:50
  • ­To put it in terms that our audience will understand: she's dressed like Mon Mothma, but she has hair like Leia in the first movie.
           —Elliott @18:40
  • ­It was the least-hot lesbian seduction scene, I think, ever in movie history.
           —Elliott @19:10

Better Than[]

Final Judgments[]

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @39:20
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @39:40
  • Good-Bad Movie (Stuart) @39:45

Episode Highlights[]


  • Wizard magazine @24:35
  • Howie Long @25:05

Movie Pitches[]

  • Everybody Poops: the Movie Starring Keanu Reeves. 89 minutes of people just sitting on the toilet.
­It's like one of those Faces of Death things, but with pooping.


  • ­Oh, God...
           —Dan @30:55

Listener Mail[]

No letters this time.


  • Double Impact (1991) by Sheldon Lettich (Stuart) @41:45
  • Stagecoach (1939) by John Ford (Elliott) @47:05
  • Vampyres (1974) by José Ramón Larraz (Dan) @44:30
­Of all the lesbian vampire films I've seen, I think I would place it at the top.
  • Where the Wild Things Are (2009) by Spike Jonze (Elliott) @46:35