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Dancing Ninja (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 2010 (USA)
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An orphaned boy who dreams of being a ninja arrives in Hollywood to try and find his birth parents, where he gets mixed up in a crime.

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(as Mitch Klebanoff),
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Ikki
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Ansel LaDouche / Ansel's Mother
Judy Jung-hwa Kang ...
Kimi
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Crystal
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Garland Jones
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Sabu
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Heidi Holdom
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Mamasan (as Li Tien)
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Papasan
James Tsai ...
Wu
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Nabu
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DDR Girl
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DDR Boyfriend
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Ikki's Momma
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Fortune Teller
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An orphaned boy who dreams of being a ninja arrives in Hollywood to try and find his birth parents, where he gets mixed up in a crime.

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ninja | martial arts | See All (2) »

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Action | Comedy | Crime

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Also Known As:

The Legend of the Dancing Ninja  »

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$2,450,000 (estimated)
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Originally announced as a sequel to Beverly Hills Ninja (1997). See more »


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Dance Dance Dance
Performed by Elise Estrada (as DDR Girl)
Written by: Adam H. Hurstfield, Orlando Calzada, & Elise Estrada
Produced by: Adam H. Hurstfield
Mixed by Orlando Calzada for Plug in Tunes
Published by: Adam H. Hurstfield (SOCAN); Orlando Calzada (SESAC), Elise Estrada (SOCAN)
Courtesy of RockSTAR Music Corp.
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Not so great homage to Steven Segall
7 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Although Dancing Ninja has some amusing moments ultimately it fails to make the grade. I don't think young Lucas Grabeel has a future in martial arts films.

Grabeel is a young man who was washed up from a shipwreck as a toddler and was raised by Asian parents in some unnamed Asian land. Trying to find out his origins he travels to America where people who look like him predominate as he is sure his destiny is there.

Part of his destiny is that he is convinced he is the prophesied Dancing Ninja who was said to be from a foreign land and Occidental.

What laughs there are in this film come from David Hasselhoff who's having a great old time spoofing Steven Segall. Wonder if Hasselhoff will run for governor of some state. Not like some action star hasn't run for governor before.


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