Ninja Masters (2009)
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A martial arts instructor is recruited as a bodyguard for a high-power couple, but on her first day of duty, her employers are kidnapped. Desperately searching for the couple, she finds cryptic messages from the kidnappers leading her into a deadly world of underground fighting. As the culprits force her into the ring, her martial arts skills are tested, getting her steps closer to freeing her clients. But before she can save them, she must face the ultimate challenge - and fight for her own survival. … More
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This martial arts action movie is directed by Xin Xin Xiong and written by Sunny Chan. I have to say that I regreted watching this in the first 30 minutes. Yes, it picked up the pace later on, and there was slight improvement but too little and too late. The story of a martial arts instructor who is recruited as a bodyguard for a high-power couple was just too undeveloped to feel real - on her first day of duty, her employers are kidnapped! When she starts desperately searching for the couple, she finds cryptic messages from the kidnappers leading her into a deadly world of underground fighting... and that is where starts and finishes... long fights without anything to keep you interested if you become sick of fighting only!
Acting of Kane Kosugi and Luxia Jiang was really bad, while Sam Lee, Eddie Cheung and Siu-Fai Cheung at least did their best with such a bad screenplay. Action, fighting, no brainer... I really thought it was a waste of time! I am still trying to figure out why was it called Ninja Masters in English.
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