Mortal Kombat Easter Egg - Shao Khan

At the very last scene where the good guys are on the ship and they just got done talking to Raiden (the guy in the white clothes whocan make all those sparks) the camera will move showing the night sky. In the sky you can easily see a computer generated face of Shao Khan (the main boss in the later MK games).

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Contributed By: Mofohustla on 03-01-2000
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ripley writes:
In the end, when Shao Khan appears over the temple is it is actualy the beginning of the second movie
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LaraRulz writes:
Did anyone but me notice there was a face on the floor of one of the fight scenes?(either with sub-zero/Liu Kang or Art/Goro)
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Kyle writes:
This is NOT the end at all. This scene actually starts the movie basically. It is the scene on Shang Tsungs ship bringing Sonya, Liu Kang, and Johnny Cage to the island which Mortal Kombat will take place. Anyway, the three are talking to Rayden. Suddenly Shang Tsung comes out and says, " It has begun!" with his arms in the air. They then show the sky and there are lighst and all kinds of stuff. Through it all, you can see a reddish face of Shao Kahn.
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Blast writes:
The person didn't mean the last scene of the movie. He meant what he said, "the very last scene where the good guys are on the ship". Meaning, "If you can all recall the scene where they're on the boat, well, the last scene of that part of the movie when all the spirits start flying around" there is a digital insertion of Shao Khan. Not the end of the movie, that is obvious. It's part of the movie. I think this is a good egg!!!
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No offense, but your "egg" is bizarre. Take into account the following: 1. The end scene does not take place on a boat. 2. When Shao Khan does appear in the sky, he talks and people react to his presence. I don't mean to sound rude, but perhaps you should watch the movie again and double check your egg. Perhaps you did not write what you meant to say.
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PulseCode writes:
To clear up all of these, the face appears twice: 1. Near the beginning of the movie when the boat leaves for the tournament and Shang Tsung says, "It has begun!", you can see Shao Khan's face in the sky (it's supposed to be clouds or fog). Snakes fly out of his eyes. 2. At the end of the movie after Liu has beaten Tsung, Shao Khan appears over the Temple of Light. This one is obvious, because he blows up one of the buildings and the face says "Bow to me!"
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Kyle writes:
Look, mofohustla is just mixing a bunch of parts in the movie all up. Thats all. There IS a computer generated face of Shao Kahn in the movie but it IS NOT at the end of the movie when he crashes the top of the temple down and talks. OK??? I hope you all understand now!
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D-man writes:
This absolutely no easteregg it's clearly just a part of the movie (it probably ilustrates the fact that he is watching them or something like that),because when you see the face it fills up the entire screen.
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Xanthman writes:
Yes, this is clearly part of the movie as there is dialog from the characters too. I believe about the manifestation of Shao Kahn...
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Steve Crow writes:
The last scene of what? The last scene of the movie doesn't take place on a ship at all - all the ship scenes are much earlier. If there's a Shao Khan face there, okay, it would be an easter egg (maybe). But if you mean Shao Khan shows up at the very end (when they arrive at the temple), as the previous poster noted, it's definitely part of the plot.
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spudw writes:
Obviously it's part of the movie. There's dialogue between characters and It's NOT a Computer Generated Face. Its a mask idiot!
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