Tongan Ninja (2002)





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In this outrageous martial arts-comedy from New Zealand filmmaker Jason Stutter, the world's deadliest ninja must travel to the mountaintop Patio of Death and do battle with his childhood archenemy to save the love of his life. As a child the Tongan Ninja survived a plane crash by landing on an uncharted pacific island. His father eaten by fish, the young boy was trained by the locals in the art of Ninjitsu and grew to become the most dangerous ninja alive. Upon learning that the peaceful owners of a New Zealand eatery have been receiving threats from the feared Syndicate, the Tongan Ninja must work his way through a trio of formidable foes: Knife Man, Gun Man, and Hench Man before battling the dreaded Action Fighter (aka Marvin). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Action & Adventure , Comedy
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Goofy. Really, really goofy. The movie is a low budget martial arts film from New Zealand and it knows it, which is probably the reason why the humor works. Self deprecating and full of cheesy effects and intentionally bad dubbing. Its a good time.

Kestutis Kalvaitis
Kestutis Kalvaitis

Very intentionally bad and very intentionally hilarious! A parody of 70's kung-fu flicks featuring Jemaine of Flight Of The Conchords and songs by Jemaine and Brett!

Mike Noyes
Mike Noyes

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