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During a championship baseball match, the three brothers hear that their grandfather in Japan is in trouble, and head out to help him, conceding the match. When they arrive in Japan, they must use all their powers to defend him against his ancient enemy, who has returned to exact revenge. Written by
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After Colt hits the home run to end the final game, he takes his helmet off before he reaches second base. In baseball, this would result in his run not counting. This would cause the game to be tied instead of over. See more »
Where's my fish, where's my fish? It's dead I gotta get a new fish!
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I call this film FUN! If you liked Home Alone, you will love this movie too!!
I like watching these films where the kids are strong enough to fight against the bad guys. I guess it reminds me of the Little Rascals. I will always make time to see this film. It is a great family show, kids, and adults will not have to be bored watching it. There is plenty of action. The boys have a grandfather that teaches them how to protect themselves and all about the heritage of the Ninja.The boys love their grandfather, and manage to get into trouble, but get out of it too because of what they learned from the grandfather. They love being with him, and enjoy his company. If you liked home alone then you will love this movie too. There is non stop action, and fight scenes geared to the family, no bad language, but loads of laughs as they beat up on the bad guys. Entertainment and fun. You cannot beat that combination!
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