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Dustin Alexander ...
French Ninja
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Governor Begbie Carlyle
Tracy Butcher ...
Slave Girl
Keith Carter ...
French Guard
Austin the Dog ...
Ninja Dog
Aryana Gauder ...
Dollar bill girl
Denise Gauder ...
French Politician
Dan Henley ...
White Trash
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White Trash
Jennifer Higgins ...
Slave Girl
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Eric Ninja
Ed Kahana ...
Martial Artist Scientist Terrorist Ed
Andy Leung ...
Chinese Ninja Andy
Emily Lounsbury ...
Slave Girl
Gavin Merrick ...
Martial Artist Scientist Terrorist Gavin / Dr. McGavin
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American Ninja Eric loses his job as a state employed peace officer when his job is outsourced to cheaper, cost effective Chinese labor. As if dealing with the hardships of unemployment were stressful enough, Ninja Dog is sick and needs expensive medicine. A clever Ninja Political Satire filled with Hong-Kong calibur action by upcoming stunt crew "The Stunt People." Written by Wes Taybin Wyder

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ninja | satire | pugs | kung fu | See All (4) »

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Short | Action | Comedy | Drama | War

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20 February 2004 (USA)  »

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$1,500 (estimated)
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Nominated for best student film in the MTV movie awards. See more »

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Featured in 2006 MTV Movie Awards (2006) See more »

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Reedy is the bomb diggity.
29 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

This film has awesome fight scenes and Reedy's camera work and effects are the shiznit. Although the film was made guerrilla style, and with low (or no?) funding...I was very impressed with the script content, political satire, comedic moments, amazing poop in your pants fight choreography and stunts by the stuntpeople (their name, not a typo...), and camera work. At the film's premiere at the Metreon, we were also shown behind-the-scenes footage of how the film was made...and Reedy's documentary of how he made the film was just as entertaining, if not more entertaining. The film itself had some slow moments and the acting was very sketch comedy-esquire, but it did not take away from the fact that he was able to do so much with so little.

Reedy seems to be one of those creative genius, provocative, in your face, inventive filmmakers.

I can't wait to see what he does with more funding.


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