Oh my god! Joe and Sean, together, in one kick-ass ninja movie!
I have to say this film does attempt to change the plot up a little from the previous formula... however, this installment is absolutely the worst for acting, editing and continuity. There are just some terrible scenes!
Still, great to see Joe and Sean together in one film, and would have been made better had Jackson been there to join them.
Only one more American Ninja film to go, and then I have completely the entire series!
I can't believe how many times I'm watching this film in the last few months. There must be something that's good about it that allows me to sit through so many viewings.
I do like that you pick up more and more 'little easter eggs' about this piece with each watch. The music, visuals, game gags and worlds are also particularly pleasing.
I do notice the voice acting however, like... I can tell who the actors are playing the characters and that's a little off-putting.
Urgh, what did I just put myself through?
So, the events are after the 70s film, and Heather is in her 20s? What? So, the film is set in the 90s, even though everyone has smart phones? What? If it's contemporary, like I suspect it is, that makes Heather like 40... what!?
The mayor tells the police what to do and gives them orders? What? So, what about 'separation of powers'? The cops turn a blind eye to murder? What?…
A sweet coming-of-age tale about the innocent love of a 12-year-old couple, Suzie and Sam. Chasing them, in an attempt to separate them, a scout troupe led by Scout Master Ward (Edward Norton), the island policeman (Bruce Willis) and Suzie's unhappy lawyer parents (Bill Murray and Frances McDormand).
The brilliance of this story lies in its simplicity, and while the style might not be for everyone, I absolutely ate it up. It's funny, it awkward and its pretty. It also…