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Ninja Masters (2009)
"Zhang wu shuang" (original title)

 -  Action | Crime  -  1 May 2009 (China)
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Mandy slaves away at two jobs struggling to support her family while dreaming about resurrecting her father's martial arts academy, a once famous school now forgotten since an accident took his leg.



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Cast overview:
Luxia Jiang ...
Nie Yi Yi - the Wushu Trainer
Sam Lee ...
Chung Tin - the Bodyguard
Siu-Fai Cheung ...
Ho Kwun - the Businessman
Peggy Tseng ...
Susan - the Businessman's Wife
Wanja Götz ...
Fighter in the Kitchen
Song Li Shan - Ho Kwun's Partner
Hip-hop Fighter
Eskindir Tesfay ...
Drunk Guest at Party


A martial arts instructor is recruited as a bodyguard for an extremely powerful couple. On her first day of duty, her employers are kidnapped. As she searches for the couple, she is lead by cryptic messages from the kidnappers and into a deadly world of underground fighting. As the culprits put her in the ring, her martial arts skills are tested, and she gets steps closer to freeing her clients. The next opponent that enters her ring will have her facing the ultimate challenge with hopes of getting out of the ring alive! Written by Lionsgate

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They are the perfect weapon


Action | Crime

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Rated PG-13 for martial arts violence | See all certifications »






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1 May 2009 (China)  »

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A seventies style martial arts film.
30 January 2011 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This film is pathetic.

The actors are clearly skilled martial artists but not skilled actors.

The plot is stupid, it makes no sense and then the 'twist' at the end to try and make it makes sense is so forced and idiotic that it makes you wonder why they bothered.

The martial arts scenes are endless and dull, they have nothing original to offer and are unconvincing in the extreme, I actually switched the film off after the appearance of the 'hip-hop' fighters, I only returned to watch it again because I figured it couldn't get worse than that and it doesn't but unfortunately it doesn't get better either.

There is no plot, the direction is bad, the acting is non-existent and the fights are long, unrealistic and boring. This is like the films they made in the seventies in the US when martial arts were new and trendy, it's amazing that someone would make it now.

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