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Filed under: Action, Drama — Tags: , — checkrenespho @ 8:15 am

Genres: Action , Drama
Actors: Shô Kosugi , Keith Vitali , Virgil Frye , Arthur Roberts , Mario Gallo , Grace Oshita , Ashley Ferrare , Kane Kosugi , John LaMotta , Mel Hampton , Oscar Rowland , Professor Toru Tanaka , Don Shanks , Joe Pagliuso , Ladd Anderson
Director: Sam Firstenberg
Country: United States
Year: 1983
IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 (2018 votes)

After his family is killed in Japan by ninjas, Cho and his son Kane come to America to start a new life. He opens a doll shop but is unwittingly importing heroin in the dolls. When he finds out that his friend has betrayed him, Cho must prepare for the ultimate battle he has ever been involved in.

Film Review

I watch this movie religiously with my close friends. Several "household" quotes of ours come from this movie. "Count with me" followed by the wacky hypnotism hand movements performed by Braden. Hilariously funny to the point of absurdity. I’m not even gonna comment on the "artistic vision" plot, or storyline of the movie in that I didn’t care for it….All I cared for was the amazingly bad acting that made such a great laugh out loud movie for me and my friends. DO NOT watch this movie and expect an edge of your seat thriller or a "how’d he do that" Karate movie…(Well…with the exception of the giant Indian jumping 5 stories and hitting the main character with a crate) Watch it for the sheer pleasure you get in pointing out the horrible acting to your friends and making fun of it for years to come…"We don’t need the police…No..WE DON’T NEED YOU!"

Revenge Of The Ninja is a classic 80's ninja movie, I grew up watching this movie and other crap ninja movies and I would always come back to this one. You always knew when you rented an action movie which started with the Cannon logo on screen or was a ' Golan / Globus production ' you were going to be entertained. Yes, the acting is dreadful and the plot could have been written by a 14 year old, but its entertaining. The fight scenes at the time were amazing, baring in mind that action flicks back then did not rely on CGI effects. The action was also fairly brutal, as far as I am aware all UK VHS versions were heavily cut as the film was released around the same time the BBFC appeared and were censor happy on anything involving ninja stars and nunchakus etc. I can understand why someone watching it now who has never seen it before would find the film 100% crapola, but if you remember this film fondly from your childhood then make sure you watch it now, its just as good n…

By today’s standards, yes. By the standard of fighting movies back then, sho kusugi was considered today’s crouching tiger. No movies back then had swordplay or weaponplay or martial arts like this. Before this movie, all the movies of any category with any sort of fighting were all conan the barbarian type or the excalibur type. They took roughly 3 seconds to complete a swing of a sword, moved very slowly, etc. Sho kusugi brought speed and finesse to the screen, although his acting was subpar, his fighting skills were excellent. His martial arts sparring with the good guy cop was about the best martial arts ever produced on the big screen up to that time. The cop was also the only other extra with any real skills. All the other fighters in the movies were just that…..extras. They moved slow like conan movie guys, etc. The good guy cop was actually the guy wearing the bad guy ninja suit for all the fighting scenes if you look at the credits.Basically, these movies with a true maste…

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