Revenge of the Ninja

Revenge of the Ninja

After his family is killed in Japan by ninjas, Cho and his son Kane come to America to start a new life. He opens a doll shop but is unwittingly importing heroin in the dolls. When he finds out that his friend has betrayed him, Cho must prepare for the ultimate battle he has ever been involved in.

A ninja assassin whose family is killed by other ninjas begins life anew in America, but unexpectedly comes to work for drug traffickers who he must face off against. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Revenge of the Ninja torrent reviews

Paul D (kr) wrote: With its slow pace and gentle styling, this love story has a very classic English novel plot and screen depiction and not one you associate with Indian cinema too much. It's quite slow and somewhat laborious in its first half, but does become more interesting after this.

Raffy R (ca) wrote: This unusual film alternately charms and frustrates, in nearly equal measure. An unusually constructed romantic comedy with emotional punch at the end.

Troy F (it) wrote: District 13: Ultimatum has a different feel from the first, and for me, it was sort of hit and miss. I feel odd reviewing this film as I'm about to because on its own, its a solid actioner with a good, even if not awfully original story. This film is more deeper on story than the last film and the political situation regarding crime and government control with corruption on all ends. I guess my nitpick with it is that when you come off from watching the first film, which was not heavy on plot, but still engaging and an exciting rush of action, and then jump to this one, Ultimatum feels incredibly slow and you can't help but feel the larger production values and more advanced plot kind of hold it back. It's always a fighting balance between more action or more story sometimes, and in this case, I wanted the same excitement as the first. That being said, the humour is still here and action still kicks ass in many ways, but a lot of it also feels more routine here, therefore lacking a lot of the kick the first film had. I still enjoyed the sequel and it was nice to see a different turn in the story, but consider the jarring tonal change between the films, I'll probably find myself viewing the first film more than this one in the future. That said, I'll still recommend it for a decent good time.

Hashim H (de) wrote: Not since Carpenter's Halloween has the frame been used this ingeniously, potent, primal and genuinely frightening.10/10

Ruth M (es) wrote: want to see but in the future maybe...

Zahid C (fr) wrote: Day: SaturdayDate: 17 July 2004Time: 1.30pmWith: Amit, Azeem, IsmailOn: VCDName: MASTI

Derek M (jp) wrote: A beautiful work detailing the struggle against apartheid via the freedom songs. Powerful. Moving. Go see it. Now.

Jeanie T (de) wrote: My favourite Ang Lee film. Reminded me of delicious food from Taiwan.

SirChas m (jp) wrote: Lay back, plug this into your senses and let the trip begin.

Aj V (us) wrote: Do we ever figure out why the "bad guys" want to know what the hieroglyphics mean? I can't recall, and I don't think I understood this movie when I saw it. Maybe I need to watch it again, but this movie is really confusing, and boring at times. You'd think that Peck and Loren would bring some life to it, and I think they try, but the movie just isn't that good.

Zoran S (gb) wrote: Generic war film with too much chewing of scenery by actors.

Katie R (jp) wrote: Solid noir. I wish Franchot Tone had made more noirs, it seemed like a really good fit.

John L (mx) wrote: Metallica in top form

Jlio A (mx) wrote: No um filme fcil....mas para quem se aventurar, vale a muito a pena. Fica meio chato de to confuso no meio, mas depois tiver noo de fsica e coisas cientificas melhora ainda mais!

Scott K (de) wrote: The Farrelly's best - holds up after repeated viewings.