Infamous defense attorney Malik Ali's haunted past causes him to double as a vigilante ninja, defending the cities worst thugs by day and battling them by night. While protecting a ...
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Infamous defense attorney Malik Ali's haunted past causes him to double as a vigilante ninja, defending the cities worst thugs by day and battling them by night. While protecting a beautiful witness, in a case against a ruthless mobster, Malik is led closer to the evil ninja that killed his wife and children years ago. Written by
There are numerous scenes in the film which show characters throwing punches that obviously miss but create a punching sound effect. The most notable of which is the final fight scene between the main villain and the Black Ninja. See more »
After the opening titles: "Written and Directed by Me" See more »
Scenario: My friend and I need a good film to laugh at and nothing makes you laugh harder than a cheesy title like the black ninja, with an over glorified blackguy in a ninja outfit on the cover.
Enter the movie: We pop this DVD in and imeadeatly cringe and behold our ears crying from the horrendus theme song sang by the star of the film (that crazy jamacian kid from the late Cosby show). Already we know that this going to be a laughable farce, but low and behold it is the worst film we have ever seen and that admission speaks volumes(I own Sniper 2 and Rollerball (the new one)) By the end of the film me and my compatriot where rolling on our sides because we had just laughed so much. The worst part the actors were trying to be serious. This is the worst film ever made. And should be revelled in that fact. Every one needs to see this film and feel better that they could make something better.
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