After just completing his training at a ninja school, an army vet travels to the Phillippines and finds himself battling a land grabber who wants his war-buddy's property. He must also fight his rival.Written by
Michael Pilkington <email@example.com>
Three different languages were regularly spoken on the set. See more »
During the opening sequence, Cole, the white ninja, shoots an arrow at a maroon ninja standing by a tree. When he draws back the arrow and fires it, the arrow is white, but when the arrow hits the tree narrowly missing the ninja's face, the arrow is brown. See more »
So who are you going to kill next, Mr. Ninja?
My friend, a ninja doesn't kill. He eliminates and only for defensive purposes.
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German version is ridiculously edited for violence, thus leading to several continuity errors such as weapons or characters suddenly disappearing. See more »
I still remember watching this movie with my friends in the 6th grade and walking out of the theater like we had just seen the greatest martial arts movie ever. I was one of the first kids on my street to have a videocassette recorder and i would rent this movie every week for at least a year. We would look at the film like investigators probably looked at the Zapruder film.I don't like to trtash it because every time i see something associated with this movie i remember my childhood and a feel very nostalgic about those memories. It is my first writing here so excuse my English if there are errors or there is a lack of sense to what I'm trying to say.
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