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Thunder Kids 2: Wonderful Mission (1990)

Thunder Ninja Kids: Wonderful Mission (original title)
| Action | 1990 (USA)
The highest spiritual symbol of the Capa Ninja Clan, the Buddha statue, resurfaces after being stolen from them years ago. Three groups set out to get the statue...let the battles begin!

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Godfrey Ho

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AAV Creative Unit (story), Godfrey Ho (screenplay) (as Alton Cheung) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Wayne Archer Wayne Archer
Tracey Chan Tracey Chan
Patrick Cheung Patrick Cheung
Alan Collins Alan Collins
Andy Cross Andy Cross
Steve Davy Steve Davy
David Franco David Franco
Ken Goodman Ken Goodman ... (as Kenn Goodman)
Godfrey Ho ... (as Benny Ho)
Kim Chiu Hui Kim Chiu Hui
Joseph Lee Joseph Lee ... (as Joe Lee)
Sammy Pak Sammy Pak
Steve Tartalia Steve Tartalia ... (as Stephen Tee)
Alice Tse Alice Tse
Grant Walpole Grant Walpole
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The highest spiritual symbol of the Capa Ninja Clan, the Buddha statue, resurfaces after being stolen from them years ago. Three groups set out to get the statue...let the battles begin!

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Country:

Hong Kong

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1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Thunder Kids 2: Wonderful Mission See more »

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IFD Films and Arts See more »
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the burter?
5 March 2010 | by gamera64See all my reviews

Could have been filmed in 1990 or 1980 or even 1970. There's no relation to anything from any of those decades visible to me. The dubbing is wonderfully absurd. Everyone calls the buddha "the booder" or something like that?? Basically, it's just a really crappy kung fu flick with some ninjas thrown in here and there. The other THUNDER NINJA KIDS movie I've seen, THE HUNT FOR THE DEVIL BOXER, at least has some horror elements thrown into it with those hopping vampires and all that silliness. This one doesn't even have that to amuse you. Joseph Lai produces, Godfrey Ho directs under the name Charles Lee. The kings of splicing movies together and ending up with a mess. 2 names you never hear involved in anything good. Great movie to put on if you need to take a nap.


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