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The Black Ninja (2002)

The Black Ninja





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By day, Malik Ali (Clayton Prince) is a high-profile defense attorney who is extremely successful at getting blatantly guilty thugs out of jail. Racked by guilt, he spends his nights in a black mask protecting the city from evil as -- ta da! -- the Black Ninja. When lovely Tracy (Carla Brothers) is kidnapped by a low-level mobster (Nicky DeMatteo) before she can testify against him in court, the Black Ninja must confront his arch nemesis, a highly-skilled killer dressed in red (Yuki Matsuzaki), to save her.more
Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 14, 2003


Clayton Prince
as Malik Ali/The Black ...
Carla Brothers
as Tracy Allen
Nicky DeMatteo
as Tony Fanelli
Yuki Matsuzaki
as Shinji Hagiwara/Red ...
Heather Hunter
as Patti Ali
John Canada Terrell
as Fanelli's Lawyer
Michael Chance
as Det. Howell
David Gosnell
as Pooky Jenkins
Jeff Page
as Hitman
Daisy Firehawk
as Mico/Wrestler
Miki Yamashita
as Jackie Oda
Jewel Lester
as Amber Ali
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Wow, I mean just wow. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that Red Letter Media had nothing to do with my seeking this out and watching it. It had everything to do with it. After listening to them go on for a half hour about this amazing piece of cinematic dog crap, I just had to see it. If I were Clayton Prince (Me), I would be thankful for that... otherwise, I don't think anybody would be all that interested in seeing it. Who would put themselves through such torture? Anyways, The Black Ninja looks like it was made by a group of kids in middle school. Really. It's like a financier handed a bunch of kids some cameras, film, editing software and just turned them loose. It looks really, really bad. It's also a nice playbook for what NOT to do when you're making a movie. The people involved with it seem to be high on it, but I think they're more pleased about having the opportunity to make a movie rather than praising the movie itself. It's really bad, and unintentionally funny, but it's also quite fascinating in how terrible it is. I'd recommend it for that reason only, because you won't get any entertainment out of it whatsoever. That I can promise you.

Tim Salmons

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