I mean, look at the comparison between the version selected for this movie on the left and the Bison used for the original Street Fighter Movie. The guy they chose here just didn't have the look and demeanor for the M. Bison we all knew and grew up to fear. I won't draw any further comparisons to this movie in relation to the original or slam it any harder. There were some noteworthy points that give this Street Fighter movie some highlights. For example, how could you not love the fact that they got Liu Kang from Mortal Kombat to play Gen. When you think about it, Gen was always a character in the series who didn't get a lot of hype. I'll be the first to admit that I'd even consider using him in the games now because of the turn around on his character in the movie.
The story was nothing to jump out of your seat over. It was the basic good guys versus bad guys, good guys win. There wasn't a great deal of story development for the whole good versus bad, however, there was some great development in Chun Li's character, even if it does deviate from the story we received in the games.
For the most part, I would recommend checking this movie out if you are a fan of movies based on games, but don't expect a miracle. Its a tolerable watch and for the most part a nice way to kill some time. But nothing ground breaking.