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Ninja Immovable Heart (2014)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 27 February 2014 (Australia)
Reeve is a member of an elite covert group thought not to exist anymore, he is captured, beaten and brutally tortured, by the very Governments he used to work for. With the help of his old ... See full summary »

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Reeve, The Ninja
Roger Neave ...
John Carpenter
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Ex Director Matthew Reynolds
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Balazs
Blaze Broadway ...
Homeless kid
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Agent Michelle Law
Aliante Youngdino ...
The Torturer
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Solider Rick
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Rachel
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Jane
Christopher Bunworth ...
Jeremy Shaw
Melinda Di Natale ...
Sarah Carpenter
Chris Trait ...
Baldy, ninja
Andrew Ward ...
The priest / research analyst
John Kovacs ...
The Hungarian
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Reeve is a member of an elite covert group thought not to exist anymore, he is captured, beaten and brutally tortured, by the very Governments he used to work for. With the help of his old mentor John Carpenter, Reeve must strip away, and rid himself of the emerging demons of his past, so that he may understand the core essence of Ninjutsu, the Ninja's Immovable heart, in order to remember how and why he was captured, and what he is meant to do, before time runs out and his captors discover why he is really here. Written by Rob Baard

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Rise. Awaken Your Hero Within

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Utter waste of time
21 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

Having no idea how the score got into the 3 area, I must say that when this film would have been made as a project in a film school, I would fail each and everyone involved. The plot doesn't have just holes, there is no plot! It is rarely a good idea, when the main actor is also the writer and director. It was supposed to fail from the start, and man it DID fail. From casting to acting to cutting and special effects, nothing gets even close to professionalism. Plan 9 from Outer Space was at least involuntarily funny, and is cult today. But our film here is just bad. I am sure that intentions were good, or else Mr Baard would not have made this film, but he is well advised to look for experienced people to realize his projects, if someone is willing to finance it. He needs a writer to get it from the idea to a story, something he did not manage; this made the film boring to watch from start to end. With the basic ingredient lacking, a really good director could have still made a halfway decent film, given enough liberty to stray from the script. But as the director was the writer, no such thing happened. The same good director could have told his lead cast how to play the role with more than just one face, but again the director is the main actor. So that 1 star is only given, as there is no negative vote.


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