Mortal Kombat: AnnihilationGoofs
(at around 19 mins) After Scorpion kidnaps Kitana, Sub-Zero walks up to Liu Kang and says that "what happened here is proof that [he] isn't ready." Liu Kang didn't even take part in the preceding fight, so how would any of the Sub-Zero/Scorpion battle prove anything about Kang's readiness one way or the other? Further, even if it did, the only reason Scorpion was able to kidnap Kitana in the first place was because Kang was busy saving Sub-Zero's life.
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(at around 2 mins) Upon arriving on Earth, Shao Khan bellows that "the Earth was created in six days." How do intergalactic alien warlords know about Earth religions? Even sillier, he says this while in Chinese monastery. Outworld and Earth have been competing against one another in Mortal Kombat for generations; it's not unthinkable the residents out Outworld would learn a few things about Earth over time.
With seemingly no explanation at all and despite the fact that Johnny Cage kills Scorpion in Mortal Kombat (1995) and Liu Kang kills Sub-Zero in Mortal Kombat (1995), both Sub-Zero and Scorpion appear to have come back from the dead to fight again in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997). Sub-Zero did not come back from the dead; the character in this film is the brother of the Sub-Zero from the first film. Additionally, Scorpion was ALREADY dead in the first film even before being defeated by Johnny Cage. As an "undead" character he can basically "come back" all he needs to.
(at around 15 mins) When Smoke fires a missile that destroys a large structure in the underground cavern during his fight with Lui, if you look closely, when the explosion occurs, you can actually see additional "phantom" debris exploding upwards (from two independent bursts) from underneath the fog in front of the actual explosion, obviously to make it seem more dramatic. These secondary bursts also noticeably occur several seconds after the initial explosion.