A couple camping in the woods is attacked by a trio of thugs and the wife is beaten and raped. A few months after the assault, she is hunting down the three (who happen to be diamond ... See full summary »
Two Ming patriots spend their days helping the weak and rescuing damsels in distress. This alum gets them in trouble, though, as they are captured and then volunteered to go after the ... See full summary »
A veteran and tough sheriff's wife has a gambling problem. He works both sides of the law. He gets teamed up with a young cop who he is told to take under his wing. They end up working ... See full summary »
The kingdom of the Ming Emperor is being over run. He decides to kill himself and his daughter - but she escapes with a severe injury. She is helped by a female warrior and hopes to defeat the invaders.
My package for Ninja Empire listed the same credits as IMDb but the names that rolled by and the story line were completely different. Maybe there are two 'Ninja Empires'? Here is who I saw: Directed by Bruce Lambert, Staring; Joff Houston, John Wilford, Christine Wells, Glen Carson, George Dickson, Allen Leung, Dennis Shek, Dinny Yip, & Bob Cheng. The Ninja, paramilitary, gangster plot is very fragmented and the fights are even more unbelievable than usual. I didn't find myself rooting for a hero because there wasn't one and I couldn't hate the villain because there were so many, and they were kind of likable in that "nice guy playing a villain in a really bad movie" sort of way.
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