George McGoogle is a ninja, and a damn good one at that! Follow his adventures as he battles evil ninjas, searches for his long lost brother, and tries to save the alternateens! Featuring lots of kicking!
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Irish American, George McGoogle, wants nothing more than to grow up and become a ninja. In traveling to Japan to fulfill his dream, he finds his long lost brother, Gertrude, and the secrets behind his father's death. Now a broken man, he returns to America, where an interview crew awaits to document his life story. Written by
Personally, I thought this film was brilliant. Now granted, I live in Dallas (where it was filmed), and I have a tendency to love bad films to begin with, but...
The movie is done in a mockumentary style, interviewing George McGoogle about his life in E-Hollywood Story type fashion. We follow him as he recaps (and enacts) his adventures, trials, tribulations, and film career. As the DVD cover tells us "There's a lot of kicking in this movie!" It also features hit music by Wally Pleasant, who I have never heard of outside of the context of this film.
Two recommendations when you do decide to watch the film: -don't cut it off before the credits are over, it's worth it to wait -watch it with the commentary, it's tortuously entertaining
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