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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. Written by
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[grabbing Kane by the shoulder]
I told you not to fight.
Do not yell at him. He did no wrong.
I did not bring him here to America to fight in the streets with fools.
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Silly and poorly scripted, but Sho Kosugi and his son Kane perform admirably and have a strong screen presence
Marginally entertaining lightweight ninja fluff about a bad ninja smuggling heroin into the states and a good ninja (Sho Kosugi) who has to stop him and avenge the death of his family. They also systematically use every ninja tool and trick in the book exactly once. Silly and poorly scripted, but Sho Kosugi and his son Kane perform admirably and have a strong screen presence. Their conviction alone raises the film from dreadful to tolerable.
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