The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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... "Ninja III" quickly falls off track.
The lengthy opening act is amazing, but the rest of the film isn't as engaging.
It's quite a thing, 'Ninja III,' less a movie and more a Buzzfeed list of 23 Things Only '80s Kids Will Remember.
somehow combines a now unstoppable (and un-stealthy) ninja killing machine with an exorcism motif lifted straight from horror, and gratuitous aerobics sequences (showing off the talents of Lucinda Dickey, flush from recent success in Breakin').
It distills the 80s down into diamond-hard pellets, dumps them into a shotgun, and unloads both barrels right in your face.
When an aerobics instructor and her new police detective boyfriend make the beast with two backs, you can't help but notice that his is disturbingly hairy. That is just one of the many disorienting elements that make this such a wacked-out experience.
A gonzo masterpiece. You will see such bizarre sights that you'll have no alternative other than to think WTF?
It's a childhood favorite, and left me giggling the whole way through.
I haven't seen Ninja III: The Domination, but it has possibly the best name of any movie ever. And for that it deserves recognition.
I cannot remember much from this movie, but I know it was one of my favourites as a kid
Another tape played out plenty as a kid.
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