Continuity mistake: Shao Kahn removes his cape in the final battle. When Motaro breaks Jax's bionic arm, holds it up and Shao Kahn shouts "Yes!", Shao Kahn is wearing his cape again.
The fighters prepare for the last battle, and Raiden decides to fight his brother (Shao Kahn) but he has completely lost his powers and is now mortal. Kahn shoots a fireball at Raiden and Raiden dies. The last battle has begun,Sonya vs. ErmacJax vs. MotaroKitana vs. Sindeland obviously Liu Kang vs. Shao KahnJax manages to take the robotic enhancers off and kills Motaro, Ermac makes a clone of himself but they are both defeated by Sonya and Kitana puts a hold on her mom and all of them watch the big ass battle between Kahn and Liu Kang, because of breaking the rules, the elder gods take human form and make Kahn mortal for punishment. Liu defeats Kahn and everything goes back to normal. Raiden returns from the dead but, he is not the god of the realm of Earth. He is now an Elder god.
Trivia: Despite the poor critical and fan reception of this film, the continued popularity of the original "Mortal Kombat" movie led the producers to try and make a third film for nearly fifteen years, though the project was eventually shelved in favor of a theatrical reboot. A third film entitled "Mortal Kombat: Devastation" actually officially went into production in 2005, but had to be cancelled when Hurricane Katrina destroyed all of the film's sets in New Orleans.
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