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Ninja Bachelor Party (1991)



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Cast overview:
Bill Hicks ...
Master, Dr. Death, M.D. / Voices / Shotsi's Lover#2
David Johndrow ...
Mr. Doom / Voices / Shotsi's Lover#3
Lynne Rardon ...
George Booth ...
Dorothy Booth ...
Daryl ...
Dyke ...
Joe Burlson ...
Porter (as Joe 'Cookie' Burlson)
Lalani Lacey ...
Jimmy Doluisio ...
Bob Reilly ...


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1 January 1991 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Master: Of course, with every action there's a reaction. I accept all major credit cards.
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Crazy Credits

Adapted for the screen from the novella "Three Ninjas and a Lady" See more »


Spoofs Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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Come on, guys, let's be honest -- it's really bad.
17 March 2006 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I saw this film because it was a labor of love by Bill Hicks and his best buddy, Kevin Booth. They filmed it over a number of years with home video equipment and it (clearly) had no budget at all.

However, looking it up on IMDb I am surprised to find a 7.3/10 rating, and I know this must be due to the Bill Hicks cult fans out there voting "10" for this without even seeing it.

Look, Bill Hicks or not, this film stinks! I'm not trying to bash it for no reason - I have plenty. First off, it's just not very funny. The quality is so poor and most of the "jokes" are just lame things. Oh, wow, the audio is dubbed poorly and out of synch, and they re-dubbed in post-production to make it look like a foreign ninja movie! Haha that's so clever! Well guess what? "Kung Pow: Enter the Fist" did the same thing years later and was trashed by critics. What's the difference here? Nothing -- except its budget is even lower and therefore the fake dubbing is even more annoying.

Is Bill Hicks good in this? Not really. He plays a ninja expert who teaches some helpless addict kid to beat people up. Oh my, I'm bursting a gut laughing just thinking about it.

NOTE: IMDb reviewer "ganryu" has replied to my review with one of his own. He mocks my comparison of this film to "Kung Pow" and claims that if I liked that film it's no wonder I didn't like this.

Obviously ganryu cannot read or comprehend because he would have realized my comparison with Kung Pow - which I never said I liked here

  • was only to point out how much more annoying the fake-dubbing effect

is on a lower budget production. Ganryu even goes so far to point out Kung Pow had a $10,000,000 budget and Ninja Bachelor Party did not - which is ironic since this was my entire point in the first place - Kung Pow was annoying to begin with, so just imagine how much more annoying seeing the same thing is on a shoestring budget.

Maybe ganryu should study English.

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