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A teen martial arts expert and his martial arts class take on a bunch of thugs headed by a devious real estate developer who is forcing a community to sell out their property so he can build a mall. Written by
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This pathetic excuse of a film certainly has to be one of the worst I have ever seen. I just don't know where to begin with it. I spent the whole ninety minute praying the big-headed, annoying, arrogant Ninja Brat that is the main character would be killed. He was just so full of himself that there was nothing to like about him.
His geeky friend just let the Ninja Brat walk all over him and the girl was like Barbie Resurrected, complete with the plastic brain (she just sat there staring blankly when she could easily have escaped the bad guys). I did get a few laughs when Ninja Brat was shouting at the little kids in his karate class for not helping him and the fight scenes were so pathetic that if you didn't laugh, you'd just cringe in embarrassment for the cast.
I recommend this film be treated like a possible 'weapon of mass destruction', it will certainly rot your mind and leave you in a catatonic state of shock that such trash can actually be produced and be allowed to be aired on the screens of innocent people!
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