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Retronauts Live Episode 41: Street Fighter The Movie

Welcome back to Retronauts Movie Month! Last week, we checked out Super Mario Bros., one of the most shameful moments of Nintendo's past; this time around, Marty Sliva and Kat Bailey sat down with me to discuss 1994's Street Fighter, best known for Raul Julia's delightfully over-the-top performance. And that's mainly what we took away from this movie -- to be honest, Jean-Claude Van Damme isn't the highlight of Street Fighter, despite his early-'90s action movie reputation. Even though Guile's the protagonist, he's actually far less likable than Bison, even if you disregard Raul Julia's gusto; Street Fighter paints the curiously Belgian all-American as an outright pig who makes a series of hot-headed decisions that consistently endanger the lives of everyone around him. Then again, where would be as a nation if our action movie protagonists weren't dumb as rocks? Find out the shocking answer to such provocative questions in this week's episode!

Download episode 41 of Retronauts Live here! And in case you missed Street Fighter honcho Yoshinori Ono's reenactment of Raul Julia's famous "it was Tuesday" scene with our own Tina Palacios, here it is:

Oh, and make sure you check out the Retronauts blog tomorrow; I'll be writing a post where you can leave comments for the next movie in our series. See you then!

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