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Kindergarten Ninja (1994)

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Dead Bruce's status in heaven can be upgraded if he performs a miracle, which becomes rehabilitating wrong-living gridiron star, Blade Steel. Bruce attempts this by getting Blade interested... See full summary »

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Dwight Clark ...
Blade Steel
Juan Chapa ...
Hector Machette
Donald Teague ...
Stone (as Don Teague)
Anthony Chan ...
Bruce
Richard Gnoth ...
Judge
Vinny Cerrato ...
Antonelli
George Chung ...
Master
Suzanne Stanke ...
Linda
Kenneth Aduddell ...
Attorney (as Ken Aduddell)
Mike Booth ...
Angel
Scott Hill ...
Angel
Marc Cabrales ...
Angel
Julie Cabrales ...
Angel
Darius Mahallati ...
Angel
Ken Wilson ...
Ken
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Dead Bruce's status in heaven can be upgraded if he performs a miracle, which becomes rehabilitating wrong-living gridiron star, Blade Steel. Bruce attempts this by getting Blade interested in martial arts, which Blade, in turn, teaches to students where he is performing community service for three months. Written by Kim Williams

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Dwight Clark was a NFL wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, making what has been know as the catch. See more »

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It's a B movie, what do you expect?
15 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

And, it's one of the funniest, most outrageous B-movies you'll ever see! I pity MetalMike for not finding the humor in this. Of course the acting is terrible and the plot deranged and the action scenes silly, but that's the humor in it. What's even funnier is that it may have been a serious attempt at making a decent movie. There are so many classic scenes it's so hard to know where to begin. The karaoke scene, the fight at the end, the three nearly identical montages and various points in the film, and the list goes on and on and on. This movie was far more entertaining than most of the crap put out by Hollywood. Again, if you can't find this funny, then I feel sorry for you... stop taking yourself so seriously! Jeez...


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