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Martin Billany ...
Naruto / Sasuke / Sakura / Vegeta3986 / MasakoX / Militia Member #1 / Militia Member #2 / Bowie Sensei / Japanese George Lucas / Japanese Michael Bay / Cliché Henchman #1 / M. Night Shamamalama / Assistant Director / Actor #1 / Cliché Henchman #2 / Cliché Henchman #3 / Tristan / Yugi / Random Guy with Sword / Prison Announcer / Annoying Ghost Sensei Guy (voice) (as LittleKuriboh)
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An incredible adventure comedy!
2 August 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This film is a rare example of how great a comedy spoof movie can be. It's genuine comedy, without the horrible lack of humour most recent parody films have had (Meet the Spartans or Vampires Suck, for example) This film actually has a recognizable plot, distinguishable characters, and side splitting comedy. Although there are a few references to the source material(s), the film stands on its own as a great achievement in comedy. You don't have to have seen Kung Pow, or Naruto to understand all of the humour in it, but knowing a few pop culture references would definitely help. It's even more amazing when you realize all of the characters were voiced by one man, save for one line of dialogue, and edited together by this man in one week. All around a great experience, and I cannot recommend it enough! Film review No Jutsu!

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