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Ren zhe da (1986)

| Action, Crime
The Ji Ho Ninja clan vow to destroy the monks of a Shaolin temple. To do so they must first perfect their Water Spider Assault Unit, the Iron Tiger Claw, the Ninja Rock Climbing Formation ... See full summary »

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Alexander Rei Lo ... Wang Chi Chung (as Alexander Lo)
Alice Tseng ... Peng Yi
Alan Lee
Eugene Thomas ... The Black Monk (as Eugene T. Trammel)
Silvio Azolini ... Mark (as Silvio Azzolini)
Ahmed Najja
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Kuan-Hsien Huang
Yi-Min Li ... Wai Kwong (as Simor Lee)
Toby Russell ... Kung Fu fighter
Philip So ... Chung Tin (as Charliema Nsu)
Ming Cheng Tseng ... (as Richard Tseng)
Chi-tsan Wang
William Yen
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The Ji Ho Ninja clan vow to destroy the monks of a Shaolin temple. To do so they must first perfect their Water Spider Assault Unit, the Iron Tiger Claw, the Ninja Rock Climbing Formation and the Ninja Heaven Death Wish Blade. Luckily the Shaolin temple finds protection in the form of a good monk, two Hare Krishna's and a monk from Harlem. Written by Il Tesoro

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Ninja: The Final Duel  »

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Features music from Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) by Jerry Goldsmith, Ghostbusters (1984) by Elmer Bernstein and Das Boot (1981) by Klaus Doldinger See more »

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incoherent mess but has its moments
14 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

I've seen the drastically cut version of this movie (I don't know if the full version is available) and it's pretty much an incoherent mess. The plot involves an evil group of ninjas with a grudge against Shaolin Temple, and a Japanese kung fu disciple (with the extremely Japanese name of Wang Chi Chun or some such) who comes to their aid. Basically the whole mess is pretty uninspired fu battles and hijinks. The hero has absolutely no character at all. However the movie has three things going for it, in descending order of interest. 1) Gay Western Hare Krishnas wanna-bes looking to gain kung fu enlightenment at Shaolin 2) The Black Monk of Harlem, a buddy of the Shaolin Abbot, who does some serious butt-kicking, and speaks in a HK film dubber's approximation of 1970's jive that is unintentionally hilarious 3) The Ninja Water Spider Attack Team. One of the greatest things I've ever seen in a fu movie. Basically big spider floats that the ninjas paddle around on like 4-yr-olds in a kiddy pool, and occasionally fly.

Worth a viewing for the Black Monk and the Water Spiders, nothing else going on.


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