American Ninja

American Ninja

Joe Armstrong, an orphaned drifter will little respect for much other than martial arts, finds himself on an American Army base in The Philippines after a judge gives him a choice of enlistment or prison. On one of his first missions driving a convoy, his platoon is attacked by a group of rebels who try to steal the weapons the platoon is transporting and kidnap the base colonel's daughter.

Private Joe Armstrong is conscripted into the U.S. Army by a judge, as an alternative to prison. Joe is obviously very skilled in martial arts, single-handedly takes on mercenaries in the Philippines. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael K (ca) wrote: Not exciting but not bad like some other gay films

Jennifer W (de) wrote: Yeah, it's kinda corny, but isn't it true? Haven't we become consumed by consumerism? Thoughtful spending is a good idea...wish I had the idea years ago!

Alex C (mx) wrote: The first 20 minutes are interesting and entertaining. Then the movie devolves into nothing more than Jamie Kennedy defending his poorly-reviewed movies in an overtly confrontational way.

Ryan H (it) wrote: Four Brothers is well written and fantastically acted, but uneven pacing and sub-par directing hold it back from its full potential. Despite some wasted potential, the main cast has very strong chemistry together, making you believe they're brothers. The violence is surprisingly realistic, and the action is fun and intense. Ultimately, this is a mostly well-made film that tried to do too many things at once.

Jeppe A (fr) wrote: I remember that I really liked this movie, though it's atmosphere felt sad.

Thomas P (de) wrote: Wanna see how a great cast phones it in? Here ya go. So utterly disappointing by the end. I saw this when it first came out in theatres in 1992, and again on DVD today.My review never changed.A comedy w an unfunny script, a caper film w no tension; lifeless wasted cast, overbearing music, standard camera work.It's a legendary cast who got together and relished each moment together behind the scenes, and none of it shows on screen.A pity.This could have been a high camaraderie caper flick like Its A Mad Mad World, but it is lifeless, uneventful, tedious, fake and flat.They paid their rent. That's about it.It was horrible in the theatre when I first saw it, and as invigorating as a blank wall today.A waste of talent, w a one-note joke about the-blind-guy-driving at the end.Too little too late.And you can watch that scene on YouTube and save yourself over two hours of wasted time.Exasperating.Even the director and writer doing the DVD commentary talk like it's a dull clinical exercise.An amazing misfire.Need to take an afternoon nap? This is for you. You will want to turn down the sound bc of the obnoxious soundtrack - its the one thing in the film trying to grab for your attention.I kept wanting something to happen or to catch a funny quip, but nothing.1 out of 5

Richard L (de) wrote: This Soviet-era USSR silent movie is a drama with early science-fiction elements (featuring Martians in constructivist outfits beginning, of course, a communist revolution) and, surprisingly, a lot of dialogue.

Michael T (gb) wrote: Many famous Hollywood musicals were started with this archetypal backstage musical; songs hits included "You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" and "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," and great choreography by Busby Berkeley. A must-see.

Kyle J (au) wrote: The best movie I have ever seen.

Brian S (nl) wrote: While it's not Eli Roth's best movie, it will indeed delight his fans with some fucked up decapitation scenes and non stop excess violence. It's a brutal and merciless film, and I praise it for using little CGI, the practical effects in this flick are good, but the little CGI that there is looks pretty bad. The indeginous make-up is also very creative. I like the cannibal throw back and homage to the Italian exploitation cannibal films of the 80's. Overall, it' not necessarily a masterpiece, but I still recommend it for lovers of gore.