American Ninja 4: The Annihilation Reviews

  • Mar 17, 2021

    Another bland gi Joe wannabe. Dudikoff is back, so that's nice, but we lose James, only to have him replaced with the stiff from the last one. Blegh!

    Another bland gi Joe wannabe. Dudikoff is back, so that's nice, but we lose James, only to have him replaced with the stiff from the last one. Blegh!

  • May 25, 2015

    Michael Dudikoff & David Bradley return for the final chapter in the series (a film was released under the name American Ninja V, it's not a sequel or has anything to do with this series). This installment has probably the most beleiveable plots of all the films but its stronger plot doesn't improve the film itself. A slower pace becoming more of a thriller than a straight foward action flick, a better script than the previous installment and it seems better produced despite this being released during The Cannon Group's final years. It's an enjoyable film that sits close to the first two installments, it's definitely an improvement on Blood Hunt.

    Michael Dudikoff & David Bradley return for the final chapter in the series (a film was released under the name American Ninja V, it's not a sequel or has anything to do with this series). This installment has probably the most beleiveable plots of all the films but its stronger plot doesn't improve the film itself. A slower pace becoming more of a thriller than a straight foward action flick, a better script than the previous installment and it seems better produced despite this being released during The Cannon Group's final years. It's an enjoyable film that sits close to the first two installments, it's definitely an improvement on Blood Hunt.

  • Sep 28, 2014

    Vuelve Michael Dudikoff para unirse a David Bradley en otra asquerosa entregade la saga "American Ninja". Y esto es mucho decir, ya que las 3 partes anteriores son también toda una porquería.

    Vuelve Michael Dudikoff para unirse a David Bradley en otra asquerosa entregade la saga "American Ninja". Y esto es mucho decir, ya que las 3 partes anteriores son también toda una porquería.

  • Jan 09, 2014

    When four Delta Force commandos are captured by an elite Ninja force in an African forest, two top secret operatives (David Bradley and Dwayne Alexandre) are sent to free them. After taking refuge with an American Peace Corps nurse (Robin Stille), all are captured. Rescue lies in the hands of a retired ex-operative (Michael Dudikoff) who needs some persuasion - until the sinister enemy's ultimate scheme of nuclear terrorism against an American target comes to light. It will take everything he's got when a feared, indestructible Super Ninja is unleashed for an ultimate showdown. also stars James Booth, Robin Stille, Ken Gampu, Jody Abrahams, Jamie Bartlett and Jim Daly. directed by Cedric Sundstorm.

    When four Delta Force commandos are captured by an elite Ninja force in an African forest, two top secret operatives (David Bradley and Dwayne Alexandre) are sent to free them. After taking refuge with an American Peace Corps nurse (Robin Stille), all are captured. Rescue lies in the hands of a retired ex-operative (Michael Dudikoff) who needs some persuasion - until the sinister enemy's ultimate scheme of nuclear terrorism against an American target comes to light. It will take everything he's got when a feared, indestructible Super Ninja is unleashed for an ultimate showdown. also stars James Booth, Robin Stille, Ken Gampu, Jody Abrahams, Jamie Bartlett and Jim Daly. directed by Cedric Sundstorm.

  • Dec 31, 2013

    yea dudikoff is back

    yea dudikoff is back

  • May 18, 2013

    A must see for Michael Dudikoff fans. Oh, wait. There are no Michael Dudikoff fans. However, if you are a fan of 80s ninja films, this is a a super cheesy one that can very easily be enjoyed on an ironic level. In this fourth and final appearance by Dudikoff in this ridiculous series, the American Ninja comes out of retirement to stop a potential nuclear threat from an "Enter the Dragon" like ninja training compound. If there's ever a spin off of "The Expendabables" along the lines of The Really, Really Expendable 80s action film stars, I'm certain it would include the likes of Dudikoff (along with Jeff Speakman, Lorenzo Lamas and Marc "The Beastmaster" Singer).

    A must see for Michael Dudikoff fans. Oh, wait. There are no Michael Dudikoff fans. However, if you are a fan of 80s ninja films, this is a a super cheesy one that can very easily be enjoyed on an ironic level. In this fourth and final appearance by Dudikoff in this ridiculous series, the American Ninja comes out of retirement to stop a potential nuclear threat from an "Enter the Dragon" like ninja training compound. If there's ever a spin off of "The Expendabables" along the lines of The Really, Really Expendable 80s action film stars, I'm certain it would include the likes of Dudikoff (along with Jeff Speakman, Lorenzo Lamas and Marc "The Beastmaster" Singer).

  • Jan 29, 2013

    Michael Dudikoff is back in another American Ninja film. I enjoy Michael more in these films than David Bradley (Sean Davidson). This is Bradley's 2nd role in the American Ninja series. He would also star in the 5th and final film. This was a so-so movie, but not as good as the previous films, but a good kick butt early 90s flick.

    Michael Dudikoff is back in another American Ninja film. I enjoy Michael more in these films than David Bradley (Sean Davidson). This is Bradley's 2nd role in the American Ninja series. He would also star in the 5th and final film. This was a so-so movie, but not as good as the previous films, but a good kick butt early 90s flick.

  • Nov 19, 2012

    gets an extra star for michael dudikoff but that's it. was the worst of the series... until number 5...

    gets an extra star for michael dudikoff but that's it. was the worst of the series... until number 5...

  • Oct 27, 2012

    Series wisely brings back the true American Ninja, Michael Dudikoff, but Steve James is missing now. I did like some parts of this one but I remain confused as to why an army of ninjas would be serving an Arabian Sheik.

    Series wisely brings back the true American Ninja, Michael Dudikoff, but Steve James is missing now. I did like some parts of this one but I remain confused as to why an army of ninjas would be serving an Arabian Sheik.

  • Oct 16, 2012

    First one was good, second - preety good, 3rd one never seen, this one I watched while searching for some other film. WHAT WAS THAT?! There isn't a single scene in an entire movie, that hasn't got anything wrong with it. Like when Bradley's character is putting his bow together - the whole army of bad guys is simply just watching him, not daring to disturb his actions (why?). Terrible idea, terrible execution. Don't watch it, unless you wanna play a drinking game "Spot a brainless moment".

    First one was good, second - preety good, 3rd one never seen, this one I watched while searching for some other film. WHAT WAS THAT?! There isn't a single scene in an entire movie, that hasn't got anything wrong with it. Like when Bradley's character is putting his bow together - the whole army of bad guys is simply just watching him, not daring to disturb his actions (why?). Terrible idea, terrible execution. Don't watch it, unless you wanna play a drinking game "Spot a brainless moment".