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Ninja Terminator [DVD]

Richard Harrison , Jang Lee Hwang , Godfrey Ho    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Richard Harrison, Jang Lee Hwang, Jonathan Wattis, Maria Francesca, Phillip Ko
  • Directors: Godfrey Ho
  • Writers: Godfrey Ho, AAV Creative Unit, Warren See
  • Producers: Bernard Lee, Betty Chan, Joseph Lai, Steve Kam
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Synergy
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Feb 2002
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004XQS8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,473 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

The divine power and strength of Ninja sorcery is embodied in the three parts of the Golden Ninja Warrior statue, but for this power to become accessible, one Ninja must possess all three parts himself. With the parts now in the hands of three different Ninja students, each of whom is determined to collect the other two, the stage is set for a final showdown in which only one will survive.

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Rated: 18 - Suitable only for persons of 18 years and over

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wholesome cheesy ninja action 9 Oct 2002
The Golden Ninja Warrior statuette has been stolen and hidden away. Three different ninja clans battle it out to try and find the statue before any one group can locate it and take advantage of its ability to provide its possessor with invincibility. After 90 minutes of kung fu madness, the 3 ninja leaders face each other in a battle for the statue that only one of them will walk away from. And that’s about it. Obviously, this isn’t a movie that’ll feed your brain!
Godfrey Ho, perpetrator of the exploitation cash-ins Man Behind The Sun 2 and 3, made a whole slew of ninja movies through the mid 80’s. Some were awesome, some were attrocious, and Ninja Terminator could fall into either camp depending on how you appreciate this kind of film. Me? I throw my lot in with the “awesome” crowd.
Set in modern day Hong Kong of nearly 20 years ago, the ninja madness is relentless and non stop in this video store classic. All the staples of the ninja genre are there – the vast array of weapons, walking up vertical walls, the magic, the eyeliner-wearing Western ninja masters…only this time we get ninja car chases that resemble something out of The Sweeney, death threats delivered by toy robots, gum chewing super cool plain clothes (ie sports jackets and flares) ninja masters, thrown into the bargain in this near peerless flick.
The dubbing is horrendous, the soundtrack is entirely ripped off disco-funk and prog rock from the likes of Pink Floyd, Steve Hillage, and Gong, there’s even a smattering of John Williams’s Star Wars theme; all of which seems to keep an inane grin firmly anchored on your face from beginning to end.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Film EVER Produced. 7 May 2007
Ninja Terminator is quite simply the most amazing film I have ever seen, the mind truly boggles at it's unsurpassed magnificence.

If you are expecting big budget production qualities or remotely recognisable actors then think again because this film has nothing of the sort. Essentially this movie is pure rubbish, but that is its charm. The total lack of cohesion between the plots of the two films that have been obviously hashed together will provide the viewer with undoubtedly the most hilarious experience of their lives. Fundamentally it's two movies for the price of one, the tale of Jaguar Wong, who has to defeat some evil syndicate boss who for some totally baffling reason sports a terrible joke shop wig, and "Harry the Ninga"[sic] who must defeat "Darren the Ninja" and some other guy to get hold of some miscellaneous golden object, which according to the misspelt blurb on the box will gain him "the super strength of the ninja sorcery". It must be seen to be believed, total lack of budget, total lack of talent, atrocious dubbing and editing and the most hilarious script you'll have ever heard.

Once I finished watching this film I literally ached all over from laughing so hard, I nearly gave myself a hernia, there is no way that any movie could possibly even come to close being as side splitting hilarious as this epic catastrophe in cinematography.

After watching Ninja Terminator you and those who have the pleasure of watching it with you will be united through the pure, unintentional comic genius of this film. Buy Ninja Terminator, it will change your life.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Funniest film ever 18 Sep 2007
By Sandman
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This film is so bad, so very very bad, that its great. I was laughing my head off all the way through it, its funnier than the opening sequence of `Black Belt Jones' and thats pretty hard to beat.

It must have been made on a budget of roughly 25p, they couldnt even afford to hire asian actors for two of the ninja leaders! Some of the long shots of `Hong Kong' are actually of a MODEL, yes they couldnt be bothered to get real footage, they built a rubbish model. I think most of the budget went on watermelons, which get chopped up a lot with swords.

However the best bits are the ridiculous props, my favorite has to be the Garfield phone used by one of the Caucasian "ninjas" its eyes open when he answers it. I mean wtf?! What kind of ninja has a Garfield phone?! And then you have the wind up toy robot (about 3 inches high) that delivers warnings in a booming voice, but cant walk more than about 2 foot before it gets stuck on the carpet or something.

The actual fight scenes are mildly amusing, I've seen worse ones, but for the sheer comedy value of this film you cant beat it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Everything We Expected And Less 15 May 2004
By Charlie
This has to be without a doubt one of the most entertaining films I have ever seen.
Whether it's the mad paced fight sequences (Complete with one "swish" sound effect and one "clang" sound effect) The frantic car chase (In Ladas, no, really). Or just the amazing "High Technology" this film stuns at every level.
The basic plot is essentially non-existent, something to do with the famous golden ninja warrior statue. And the legendary "Jaguar one" who just wanders round randomly getting into fights.
But the jewel in the crown has to be the confrontation between Bruce Stallion and erm, the other one. "This is your ninja star" (throws at Bruce, Bruce catches it in his hand) "Yes, that's my ninja star, This is yours!" (same thing in reverse).
Truly a film to be reckoned with
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Lady Penelope's wig!
A golden ninja statue is stolen from the last secret ninja clan, by some other ninjas!?! Apparently this ugly, cheap looking statue is magic and has the ability to turn its ninja... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Arch Stanton
5.0 out of 5 stars A 50p classic
There isn't really a way to do this film justice in words. Every little detail makes for unintentional hilarity. It has to be seen to be believed.
Published 15 months ago by Ms. E. Mclaren
4.0 out of 5 stars "This is the 20th anniversary of our Ninja Empire!"
Ok, everyone knows the premise already: this is a Godfrey Ho "Ninja Movie". Don't expect anything but the most incoherent story and outrageous dialogue on the market, if you're a... Read more
Published on 15 Jan 2011 by Ekstrand Anton
5.0 out of 5 stars EQUATIONS
This film is a piece of cinematic history that has to be seen to be believed. Steamed crabs anyone?
Published on 15 April 2009 by C. Miller
5.0 out of 5 stars the greatest film ever made.
steamed crabs, chinese man in blond wig, a garfield phone, ninja death messenger robots, incredible dubbing and the best ending ever all combine to make a beer fuelled night with... Read more
Published on 1 Sep 2008 by Mr. Graham Pizzey
4.0 out of 5 stars Funny Film
this was better then i expected but this is really tacky and actually a crap film buts its easy to watch and funny. Read more
Published on 28 Feb 2008 by Mr. D. L. Utton
5.0 out of 5 stars A Stealthy Classic!
Now treat this film as a kung fu movie and you wont make it through, but treat it as a side-splitting comedy and this is a masterpiece of film making. Read more
Published on 24 Aug 2007 by Arth Jay tha Mic Fiend
4.0 out of 5 stars Appaling...
This film is atrocious. Inexplicably bad. But, because of this, it is excellent.

A fine example of the "so bad it's good" genre, Ninja Terminator is void of a storyline... Read more
Published on 8 April 2007 by shreddedmeat
4.0 out of 5 stars A True Bargain Gem
This is one of those films that is unintentionally hilarious. Made in the 1980's by director Godfrey Ho, who used the formula of taking unfinished asian films and mixing the... Read more
Published on 14 Jun 2006 by Mr. Jonathan Simpson
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