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Plot: A westerner named Casey, studying Ninjutsu in Japan, is asked by the Sensei to return to New York to protect the legendary Yoroi Bitsu, an armored chest that contains the weapons of the last Koga Ninja. Runtime: 86 mins Release Date: 22 Oct 2009
Best Ninja Film EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (by kratzd)
I absolutely LOVED this movie!!!! It was everything that I was hoping for and more!!! Not only did it pay the perfect tribute to the Ninja and Martial Arts classics of the 80's and 90's ,but it took things to a whole new level with the creativity and choreography! I honestly believe that anyone who is a true fan of Scott's or even Ninja movies in general will definitely love this film! The action was superb. By far the best choreography of any Ninja film I have ever seen, including Sho Kosugi's work! The acting was right on par with what you would expect to see in a martial <more>
arts action film. For those that have commented that the last fight was a let down, I would really like to know what movie you were watching? I thought that the final battle was great! Just the right amount of sword play and hand to hand. I also think that Isaac and Scott successfully portrayed the sense of honor and purpose that was central to the storyline. I haven't made up my mind what my favorite fight was yet, but I do know that this is a movie that I will be watching time and time again!!!!!! If you haven't seen it yet, you are in for a treat!!!
Personally don't get into a movie and complain about it after; lets leave the complaints to the bitter wives. In my belief for a low budget movie it was excellent. If you happen to disagree name six low budget movies to deliver such beautiful choreography despite budget induced flaws. To criticise this is foolish, I new there was a high risk for disappointment, but it delivered 100% on what it was supposed to be. If you want a detailed plot with crafty dialogue, then read some Shakespeare or go and watch fried green tomatoes because this film is not for you. Action junkies are welcome. <more>
All in all if you approach this movie to see some action your going to receive it. If you approach this movie to see some ninja action it's there, there could be more of ninja presence in the film. In closing the movie moves forward, there aren't any unnecessary pauses in the flow of the story. Some elements of the film are lacking and others have it's own strengths & weaknesses. The main plot is plausible - "Bitterness"
Probably one of the best action flicks of 2009 (by misel982001)
This is a story about an orphan ninjitsu student who is assigned to go to New York and protect the armor of the last ninja. However things just don't get as planned when another student goes renegade against their former master and seeks to take the armor for himself.Don't expect any surprises in the storyline, it is the action which counts!Scott Adkins is Casey and although most of critics will say that his acting is not good, I found it pretty convincing.He acts with nerve and besides that his stunts and choreography are stunning, much more than someone would expect to see in a DTV <more>
production. I strongly believe that it definitely deserved a limited theatrical release. Nu Image films has raised the level for action movies with its latest productions Command Performance and Rambo and the funs of this kind are sure that more good work will come.Tsuyoshi Ihara and Mika Hijii perform also pretty good. The stunts are realistic and violent with a lot of bleeding and it is the fast paced directing of Isaac Florentine that makes the difference! To conclude, this is a movie that no action fun should lose and besides that it is a promising title that could, in the near future, produce a storyline with sequels.
Brilliant Film That Capture The Heart of Japaness Martial Arts (by gerry_barnaby)
I agree with some review that this film does take the concept of the old America ninja film's & makes it better for todays martial art film's & with Scott Adkins playing the lead role make's the martial arts fight scene so much better.What this film does as well, is capture the true beauty of Japanese martial arts & the way of a samurai fighting with the sword. It also capture the culture of tradition, discipline & training of Japanese martial arts which really set a realistic tone for the film.I find this film brilliant done those who say that Scott Adkins <more>
can't act seriously haven't got a clue in acting because you give any actor the right role, that where the acting skills shine through with the right storyline & character.This is a brilliant made film, the fight scene are amazing with Ariel combat kicks special the one scene with Scott Adkins really show homage to the great Bruce lee with taking on a lot of guy on at once just one hell of a brilliant fight scene.This is one film I recommend you watch if you loved the 80s America ninja or grow up on martial arts of that theme this one wont disappoint.
I didn't think they made them like this anymore! This film instantly transported me back to the 80's. To a time when I'd been out on my BMX all day, building tree houses and eating crisp sandwiches, riding through the fields that are now poorly made housing estates and back in time for tea and a dose of ninja action. When plot, script and acting didn't really matter and all you really cared about was: 'How many roundhouses does he do?' There's an abundance of dumb henchman, all wearing the same get up but who are actually members of a secret cult, controlled by <more>
some scary businessman who worships... err, something or other and have the same salute as the Nazis. These guys are loosely involved with the main ninja bad guy who has a nasty scar, ooh nasty.You've got your Sensai betrayal, high tech ninja sh*t, stupid copper, traditional weaponry, beautiful girl and even a cameo from Batman.Could this film be any better? Well, yeah it could... a lot actually but, who cares? It's so authentic in its simplicity, it achieves what 1000's of high budget films nowadays lack - watchabilty.
First let's get one thing straight! This is a genre movie. If you go into it thinking you are going to watch the Godfather then you are going to be disappointed. Scott Atkins delivers the goods big time as the hero ninja Casey further cementing him as a go to action guy. The moves this guy can do are out of this world. The story is pretty basic. An adopted American taken in and raised as a ninja. The fight scenes for the most part are beautifully done. Tsuyoshi Ihara is the real discovery of this movie. This guy should be getting some steady work. Now the bad stuff. The C.G.I. blood was <more>
cool in some parts, but over the top in others. The gliding with the wings could have been left out. The C.G.I. was a little over the top in the sword fights. I was also disappointed with the character Namiko. She was a little to frail for modern day women in action movies. Yes there are some cheesy lines, but that is part of the fun of these movies. The movie screams old school 80's movie, but in a good way. It ends up being a far superior film than Ninja Assassin and was made for a fraction of the cost. If you love action movies and hate the metro-sexual heroes that we get jammed down our throats every film then this is the movie for you. I hope we get to see more like this because this movie had my blood racing the entire time.
Good Action Flick, better than Ninja Assassin (by ikari1)
General: Good B movie. Acting: Very Mediocre. Storyline: Typical.Direction: Actually pretty decent! I believe Florentine deserves to move higher in Hollywood. He makes some great action flicks with a very limited budget. Watch Undisputed II as well, even better than Ninja.Action: The BEST. This movie has great fight scenes, better than most of the big budget movies out there. The choreography is also well directed, which means you can actually appreciate every Japanese Ju Jitsu movement in this movie.Conclusion: A cool flick to watch with guys. It's not bad at all. Give it a chance, if <more>
you want to see an above the average martial arts action film, with good direction and great Ong Bak style, no wires and CGI fight scenes, just please do not watch it for the acting.