Following a ship wreck, a baby is rescued by a clan of Ninja warriors and raised by them as one of their own. But Haru, as he is called, never quite fits in, nor does he manage to make a worthy Ninja. However, the good-natured and persevering Haru, in his own bumbling way, and with some help from Gobei, manages to prove himself to be a winner in the end. Written by
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Chris Farley's brothers appear in the film as cops, right before he disappears behind the cloud of smoke. See more »
When Haru starts dancing with the stripper, she sticks her thumbs under the straps of her bikini top. In the next shot, her hands are lower down and not touching anything. See more »
The blackness of my belt is like the inside of a coffin on a moonless night.
That's pretty black, Man.
It is a black art, and I, Haru, am the blackest of the black. Or rather the great white black art... Blackest... Master.
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Relax! Laugh your butt off!!! It's Chris Farley!!!!! Reading through other comments posted here, I notice that people are using five or six big paragraphs to review this. There's really not enough about this movie to be spending so much time reviewing it. Don't see this movie hoping for a great story or accurate ninja fighting action, or compelling drama like some of the commentors here seem dissapointed with. Take the stick out yer bum and relax. Just enjoy Chris Farley at his best. Few movies have ever made me laugh harder. I'm not an aged 8-14 male.
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