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American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1991)





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The fourth (and final!) entry in this kick-boxing series, sees the return of Michael Dudikoff as the leading foot flinger. Here a scheming sheik trains a bevy of ninja marauders that he's hoping can help him in his plan to hold the world ransom by holding hostage none other than the city of New York.more
Rating: R
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: James Booth, David Geeves
In Theaters:
On DVD: Dec 6, 2005
Cannon Home Video


Michael Dudikoff
as Joe Armstrong
David Bradley
as Sean Davidson
James Booth
as Mulgrew
Ken Gampu
as Dr. Tamba
Ron Smerczak
as Maksood
Kely McClung
as Super Ninja
Sean Kelly
as Norris
Dean Stewardson
as Delta Force team mem...
David Rees Snell
as Delta Force team mem...
Craig Ginsberg
as Delta Force team mem...
Brian Mabelane
as Delta Force team mem...
Robin Smith
as Schultz
Deon Stewardson
as Delta Force Team
Ted Leplat
as John F
Seth Sehloho
as President Bender
Mankaba Mabathoane
as Bender Girl
Bob Necols
as Delta Force Team
Jim Harris
as Tilly's Father
Tony Daly
as Dwayne Barnes
Ted Le Platt
as John F.
Bob Nicols
as Delta team member/Ni...
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Michael Dudikoff might be a great actor but I cannt remember ever watched any of movies with him to end.

Wahida K

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More exciting action and great team-ups of two American martial arts experts, Michael Dudikoff and David Bradley, come to rescue a group of Americans held captive by a mad Arab.

Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

After the disappointment of part 3, I was a little weary of this one. Fortunately, this one surpassed my expectations and I was pleasantly surprised. American Ninja 4 is EVERYTHING you'd want in an American Ninja movie: explosions, cheesy action set pieces, ninjas, exotic island locales, and finally- da man himself, Michael Dudikoff. I almost thought this was two separate films, with the first 40 minutes being a David Bradley AN movie, and the last 40 being ALL OUT Dudikoff. Nonetheless, I liked this one a lot. Joe Armstrong comes out of retirement as a teacher for the Peace Corps to save the lame American Ninja (Bradley), who got himself captured- but not before annoying us American Ninja purists for 30 minutes beforehand with dumb one-liners and awful facial expressions. When Dudikoff shows up on screen, you'll be jumping to your feet and cheering (at least, I was). Armstrong teams up with a bunch of rejects from Mad Max 2 and take out a couple of British and Islamic terrorist stereotypes. This is pure Golan-Globus velveeta, and I love it! The complaints are few: David Bradley isn't too annoying, because he's captured after awhile; no Steve James, and no Michael Dudikoff until about 40 minutes in. Thank the heavens that when he finally does show up, it's pure cheesy ninja goodness at its finest.

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