Norwegian Ninja

Norwegian Ninja

Norwegian Ninja is the true story of how Commander Arne Treholt and his Ninja Force saved Norway during the Cold War. In 1983 the Ninja Force discovers that the sinister NATO force Stay Behind, who take charge in times of war and emergency, are planning a coup-d'état in peacetime. Treholt and the Ninjas see only one solution: a full can of whoop-ass.

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Sanity Assassin (us) wrote: the best spiderman feature. garfield is a natural, never tire of mr foxx and coming round to emma stone

Alaina N (it) wrote: It's unbearably boring! The whole movie moved about as fast as a snail.

Eugene E (it) wrote: A realistic movie dealing with the struggles young kids go through with a strong focus on faith in God and doing the right thing.

Zachary Y (kr) wrote: an average woody film. same basic film as most of the rest. a good ending, interesting how the people hopeful of improving their lives, taking them in a new direction, get fucked over, yet the woman who isnt trying to do anything special -hopeful she'll live many lives- is given a happy ending. Alas, not one of Woody's best

Summer H (gb) wrote: wOOOOO! GO DOMMIE BOY! SPIVS ROCKS!

Becca P (kr) wrote: I thought the concept was much more compelling than the story.

Juli N (nl) wrote: Kind of difficult to take this story of romance seriously when there's absolutely No chemistry between the 2 lead actors! If they were any stiffer I could build a deck with them!

Andy R (nl) wrote: I don't see the value in this movie. Couldn't finish it.

James E (gb) wrote: It was good very stupid but it was his first movie and some unneeded sexual content but i found it great because im a huge sandler (??) incorect date 1989

Allan C (es) wrote: Kristen Bell and her college buddies come to realize a friend who committed suicide had actually opened a portal to the realms of the dead through a "computer virus" over the "internet." For a horror film based around technology, it's kind of strange to see how in nine years the flip phones, big fat Blackberrys, and other technologies look so quaint just nine years later. Made during the the tail end of the J-Horror remake craze, the fad had somewhat played out by this time and I was fairly tired of green tints and scary girls with hair hanging over their faces, but re-watching this one now, I did like it better than I remembered, though it's still not all that good of the film. The first time around I did like the (SPOILER ALERT!) the ending where the world actually does come to an end, but the build up to it is pretty silly, pretty slow and not terribly interesting. I think I liked this film better now that I've come to appreciate Kirsten Bell more than at the time, when I'd dismissed her as a dull CW star. Brad Dourif does show up to bring some life to the film, but it's not enough to save this dull mess.

Alison M (ru) wrote: A very funny and finely-observed film about what life in remote Scotland is really like (as distinct from one's romantic notions). If you're paying attention, it has some of the most memorable scenes in film history; each person will have her/his own favourites. We watch as Peter Reigert's character is slowly seduced by the magic of the place, while those who actually live in it are revealed as utterly pragmatic, utterly modern - and utterly Scottish. We see some of the unguessed-at realities of the Cold War, get a look inside the insanity of Therapy as practised in the US, and as the film ends are choked up as Scotland emerges beautiful and magical despite being revealed as she really is. The only thing that prevented a 100% score is the superfluous presence of the glaekit youth and the female scientist/mermaid. What was that all about? If it was intended to be part of the magic, it didn't work for me. Despite that, this is a peerless piece of writing and direction (both by Bill Forsyth). Don't miss it.

Ilsa L (mx) wrote: Another thoroughly enjoyable (albeit unbelievable) mystery with Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson hot on the trail. Basil Rathbone is fabulous as Holmes and even though Nigel Bruce overplays his character and makes him too bumbling, he is still endearing.

Craig K (nl) wrote: So, you're afraid! Maybe they better change the name of your outfit from the Black Legion to the Yellow Legion

Jason T (it) wrote: A bit predictable and slow moving at times, Camp X-ray boosts some excellent performances and a well meaningful script. Stewart prices she is a great a actress beyond the Awful Twlight movies.

Vlad M (ru) wrote: DJ equivalent of This is Spinal Tap