Surf Ninjas

Surf Ninjas

Two Asian-American "surfer-dude" brothers discover they are the long lost princes from a China Sea Island. Part of their inheritance are magically-induced martial arts prowess. Using their new powers they act to overthrow the island's current dictator, a despotic madman.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1993
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   king,   spear,  

Two young boys in California casually knows their royal lineage of a small tribe in a small island. They decide to go to their hometown to win back their kingdom. Are they successful? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Surf Ninjas torrent reviews

Angela B (us) wrote: fantastic quiet film that says more without shouting..brilliant!

Joe W (gb) wrote: saw it. awesome movie!

Sophie H (jp) wrote: amazing laughed so much I could not breathe

River W (au) wrote: Better than the original. 28 weeks later has a compelling story with amazing and unpredictable characters and moments, lots of action, while still maintaining what we all loved about 28 days later

Chloe N (mx) wrote: Can a man loves you that much and willing to become a maid for you?

Erica N (ag) wrote: smsta film jag sett tror jag!!

George K (de) wrote: Not the most funny nor interesting movie I've seen. Brook Shields plays an OCD mom of two little kids and Tom Green plays a lame butler who works for Shields. I continue to be un-impressed with Tom Green. So, if it is free and you have time to kill, this is a good choice.

Staush P (gb) wrote: I'll be kind because I love Eddie Murphy, but this movie sucked.

Brandon W (br) wrote: Where the Wild Things Are is based on the children's book by Maurice Sendak, directed and co-written by Spike Jonze, and it stars Max Records in a story adaptation about a crazy kid who got in a fight with his mom, he ran away, and got in a boat to sail away. He come across an island, filled with monsters, and when they come towards Max, he tells them that he's king, and they basically just do whatever they want. I remember watching this in probably my pre-teen years, and I actually did liked it, but I wasn't quite sure why although I remembered how it got dark which I was fine with and didn't get nightmares. So I was watching a Nostalgia Critic video about the film, and how some people didn't like it, so I got to watch it again, and it's actually better than I thought of it. Max Records is really good as a kid actor, and the actors who play the monsters like James Gandolfini, Lauren Ambrose, Chris Cooper, Forest Whitaker, and some others are great in it. The costumes and the effects are very real and creative looking, and the story is really well thought out, even if it's based on a 40 page book. I find it fascinating that the island that the main kid is in, is pretty much his imagination, or his childhood, coming to life, and the monsters were somewhat his consciousness, like how he thinks of these monsters as either part of himself, his mom, dad, or sister, which you are not quite sure what they really represent, but it leads to your interpretation of it which I'm glad that it did. There are some dark moments that the little kids are going to be scared of, but the film doesn't make it too dark that it'll start to scar them for life. The script by Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers is very well written and the direction by Spike Jonze is very good. Where the Wild Things Are is a fantastic movie that has the spirit of the book, and it makes me think that he should also do justice to Dr. Seuss books.

Stefan G (us) wrote: Of the many Hammer films made about Dracula, this one ranks somewhere in the middle. It's not as bad as it could have been, but it's not nearly as good as the film that spawned all the others. In this regard, my first problem is that the film looks quite dated. To put it into perspective, the film was made and released in 1970, and yet it looks like it barely escaped the late 1950's. The film opens with a very unconvincing bat that looks so obviously faked that it's literally a joke. I'll admit that there's still some charm in the film's dated atmosphere, but I can't really take it for the serious horror film it was intended to be, and as Dracula descended into the realm of campy horror, this can't be a good sign. The story doesn't offer much either, being basically another cookie-cutter horror sequel. The acting is alright, but the characters lack depth, and the performances seem fairly rushed. If you're a really big fan of Hammer horror films, then this will be quite satisfactory, but for anyone else, I doubt that this film offers much in the way of substance. It has its moments, but other than that it's not very special.

Zack B (au) wrote: Chaplin's performance, although less physically engrossing, is pure, fervent dandyism and it's a constant thrill ride to witness it. Hilarious.

Scott R (au) wrote: Far fetched in its telling.

Richard D (au) wrote: It seems fairly common to dump on this movie nowadays, but it's a nice, if unremarkable film. Everything about it screams "nice and extremely competent". It's true that it's unfair that it was awarded a Best Picture Oscar, but if the Oscars are about anything, they are about unfairly awarding mediocrity. Frankly, none of the competing Best Picture nominees fill me with excitement either.

Art S (jp) wrote: Alec Baldwin seems different, younger, and, well, more psychotic, but it is possible to see his later comic swagger buried deep inside his character here, an ex-con on a murderous rampage who shacks up in an illusion of domestic tranquillity with hooker Jennifer Jason Leigh. The film is an adaptation of Charles Willeford's book (featuring homicide detective Hoke Moseley, played screwily by Fred Ward here), but as Jonathan Rosenbaum has pointed out, it also owes something to Godard's Breathless, a film which also saw a man-on-the-run make the mistakes that end his life because of love. Miami Blues is no Breathless but it does have a certain unpredictable charm - perhaps this is due to the inordinate amount of odd details. For example, Moseley's dentures play a prominent supporting role. Perhaps though the central theme is about the power of cultural "ideals" to lend stability to a life that is falling apart? Although they may be only illusions, Baldwin seems to want badly to experience a domestic partnership and a house with a white picket fence. He also seems to believe that cops have power and command respect (at least this is how he acts when adopting the role, illicitly) even when Ward's cop Moseley is doing it tough, living hand-to-mouth in a dingy hotel room. All told, this is a film that looks like any number of early 90s thrillers but is far more eccentric, contains superior acting, and isn't headed anyplace you expect.

Jamie C (nl) wrote: Love it deserved better reviews, Every kid loves this film, People who hate this film had a sad childhood.

John K (jp) wrote: What a load of confusing "crap"....and its self indulgent too!.

Waleed A (fr) wrote: great epic war movie that separates itself from its competitors by having a great story. Achilles is a straight beast. this movie did a great job of making root for so many opposing characters. lots of memorable scenes. (2 viewings)

Allan C (ag) wrote: Interesting character drama about Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney's 12-year relationship beginning to deteriorate as the two recollect their relationship from when they first met. Director Stanley Donen starts the film with two two acting rather distant in a French airpot and from there flashes backward and forward recounting the past and present of their relationship ups and downs. Picturesquely filmed in France, the film in many ways reminded me of Jacques Demy's "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" in that the film's opening first love romantic moments are so wonderful that you just don't want them to end and for that to be the entire film, but it's the tragic and realistic relationships moments that follow which make this film so memorable and special. It's the same case here with Donen's tragic and romantic tale, though told here through sincere performances rather than through song. And speaking of music and song, this film features a wonderful score by Henry Mancini, which he's stated is one of his personal favorites. Overall, this is a gorgeous film, with beautiful locations, terrific leads, a terrific score, a smart script. I think my only complaint is that at the films heart it's a sappy melodrama, but it's a pretty darn good one.

Wirkola F (us) wrote: Siendo esto un cctel agridulce, juntando el evento de Metallica del 2012 en Canad, junto a sus canciones ms fuertes y rolonas, una edicin y fimacin muy imaginativas, pero juntndolo con un protagonista que le suceden caotismo basadas en las canciones, de una forma algo inconexa y cuestionable.Y el 3D, que prometa ser la nata en los panqueques, resulta siendo de los peores 3D de la historia.