American Ninja 4: The Annihilation

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation

The two American Ninjas, Joe Armstrong and Sean Davidson, team up to do battle against a terrorist and his band of Ninjas.

The two American Ninjas, Joe Armstrong and Sean Davidson, team up to do battle against a terrorist and his band of Ninjas who plan to hold the world ransom by holding hostage none other than the city of New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Ninja 4: The Annihilation torrent reviews

Aidan H (ru) wrote: Very well made movie. Enjoyed almost all of it.

Adam C (es) wrote: B-Movie glory. This is the kind of flick that, when watched alone, will leave you feeling pissed off and disappointed. When you watch it with a group of friends, however, you're in for a treat. Pointing out things like the fact that the main character has been doing nothing but piloting a boat and staring at the camera for the last half hour has the potential to be completely hilarious. And where did that guy get a rocket launcher?! I just hope that everyone gets as much fun out of this as I did.

Dorianator F (it) wrote: Decent movie. Good acting, decent story, good character development. But, the movie wasn't that memorable.

Cas M (kr) wrote: I don't know whether I am just getting nostalgic for Belgium, or just European movies, but I really liked this movie. The story line is not remarkable, and neither is the acting, but as a whole it stands and some of the characters are very well casted. To some extent, it is more a Walloon movie in the tradition of the well-acclaimed Dardenne brothers than a typical Flemish movie. Definitely worth seeing.


Joel S (gb) wrote: One of the worst and most dated of the Van Damme movies.Everything about it screams 1997, in a very bad way.

Kieran L (de) wrote: crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Craig J (nl) wrote: Human and pretentious and wordy and tragic, and I love it.

Markku R (br) wrote: Well-executed funny musical revolution.

andrea l (es) wrote: =) EXCELENT PERFORMANCES

Wilson B (es) wrote: It wasn't done in a way that really went in-depth. It seemed kinda like an advertisement, if anything. A large component of the fandom is really problematic, but this shows them in a very positive manner. It's educational, though.