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3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain [VHS]

3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Language: German
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004RX76

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An evil gang takes over an amusement park only to be foiled by three Ninja-trained brothers and a TV action star in 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, a smartly-paced, if by-the-numbers, kiddie action flick. Medusa (Loni Anderson) and Lothar (Jim Varney) head up the gang with ransom money and mayhem on their minds. But they don't count on the young trio, taught by their Asian grandfather, and Dave Dragon (Hulk Hogan), making a live appearance at the park. What follows is campy humour, lots of Karate-style action and plenty of Home Alone-type boy vs foolish bad-guy high jinks. And girls aren't left out: the brothers' neighbour, a brainy techno girl, is on hand to hack into the computer and override the gang's murderous plans, while also providing 007-style gadgets for hand-to-hand combat. While there is plenty of gunplay in the 90-minute film, no one is killed or even significantly hurt, making it appropriate for ages five and up. --Kimberly Heinrichs, Amazon.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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By A Customer on 30 Dec. 2003
Format: DVD
This film is definitely worth watching if you have any interest in films, as any film with Hulk Hogan, a theme park and a five-year-old boy who beats up a fully grown man with a sword is worth a watch for me. Thumbs up!
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i think they were very quick and very helpful and i would defo use again thank you very much x
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My son loved it. Just as described. Brilliant item. Excellent Delivery.
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i saw this vide a couple 0f times and it isn't very good. compared to all the other ninja films which i though were brilliant this really lets the series down! the storyline of the film is good but it would be better without terry hulk hogan because he is not a very good actor and it would also be better if it had the original 3 ninjas instead of new actors who play them.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9967e534) out of 5 stars 41 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d14333c) out of 5 stars DO NOT WATCH 4 Nov. 2001
By jaded - Published on Amazon.com
DO NOT WATCH IT. it is a complete waste of time. the shots are off (you can see the people in the background and it's obvious that the film is being sped up). if you want to watch a good 3 ninjas movie, stick with the first 3. i do this to warn you.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99b004b0) out of 5 stars Less Fun Than An Inflamed Boil 14 Aug. 2006
By Robert I. Hedges - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I bought this film for a dollar with the intention of sending it to a friend who needed some "family" entertainment. Being a connoisseur of bad movies, though, my curiosity got the best of me and I had to preview it just to see Jim Varney as the villain, Lothar Zogg, which I admit is a great name. It is a sad day when Jim Varney is the best dramatic actor in a movie, even a kid's movie. (I would say this movie would be appropriate for ages six an up; the only violence is incessant karate.) This will definitely teach me not to watch kid's movies I bought as gifts.

Again, I repeat, Varney is by far the highlight of the film, although Hulk Hogan (as "Dave Dragon") tries his best to hang in there. The undisputed low point is Loni Anderson in a black leather outfit as the evil "Medusa." Her performance is not frightening, though her evident cosmetic surgery made me scream out loud.

The plot is that three kids, Colt, Rocky, and Tum Tum (really) learn to be ninjas from their grandpa, who uses a variety of teaching methods, most of which seem to involve toilet plungers. They defend Mega Mountain from terrorists led by the "Zogg and Medusa Moronic Criminals Corporation" (apparently) via endless action sequences and contrivances that James Bond wouldn't allow out of his tool shed, furnished by brainy techno-nerd, Amanda. Eventually the tension is resolved by the least believable plot device (hint: it involves compressed gases, a bomb, and a boat) in recent memory.

Watch especially for the scene with Jim Varney brandishing a saber, and the model helicopter ransom money interception collision ploy. I had thought of titling this review "Extortion on the Log Flume," but that really didn't convey the pain that this movie inflicts. In the end, though, I gave it two stars for a couple of reasons: first, the name Lothar Zogg really is a great villain name, and second, the movie is (after all) meant for kids, so I should give it some slack.

Although I revel in bad movies for their camp value, this one is probably good for young boys, and a chore worse than cleaning out the grease trap for just about everyone else.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99c59d98) out of 5 stars Another great ninja movie with Alan McRae 19 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
High Noon at Mega Mountain was cool, even though the three ninja kids weren't the same as in the other movies, and the new Colt has a mullet. Alan McRae, as Sam Douglas, takes command as the FBI agent, and gives us another great performance as the ninja's dad. The grandpa wasn't in this one, but that was okay, the kids kicked plenty of butt. Hulk Hogan was rad as Dave Dragon, but Alan McRae did a better job in the movie. No one messes with Sam Douglas! Sam Douglas is tough!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a01c7b0) out of 5 stars Well, it had Varney 14 Mar. 2012
By S. A. S. L. - Published on Amazon.com
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*I couldn't find my purchase of the DVD in my region on Amazon but the movie is the same on VHS.
The only reason I bought this DVD is because I'm such a fan of Varney's. I wouldn't have known about this movie much less get it if he wasn't in it. While lots of people rag on Hulk Hogan, he wasn't the worst actor. By far, the 'Most Wooden Performance' goes to Loni Anderson. If this is a family oriented movie, why in the world did they have her dress in that skanky leather outfit that was far too short? Terrible casting as far as Loni goes. She was supposed to be the evil Medusa but I didn't buy it. She just didn't have the quality of pulling off the 'bad guy' type of role. She was the 'master-mind' behind taking over an amusement park and threatening to destroy it if the owner didn't pony up the dough. She was much better on 'WKRP in Cinncinati'. I got a little tired of Tum Tum's 'Ay-yahs' after a while. They were too high pitched and over done. I was actually rooting for Lothar to become successful in his mission because he was the only one of the bad guys with the brilliance to pull off the heist. The other goons barely had a double digit IQ put together. Jim easily outshone all the stars, as usual. He always gives his best to whatever role he played as you can see here. Jim and Victor were the two best actors in this movie. The man was a brilliant actor and a genius. If you're a fan of Varney's, then yes, get the movie just to watch him. Otherwise, don't bother.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99b1b924) out of 5 stars Rub My Tum Tum 22 Jun. 2000
By RJM - Published on Amazon.com
This movie made me sick to my Tum Tum. In fact, after I watched it, I felt like taking a Colt revolver and blowing my brains out. My life will definitely be Rocky after watching this horrible flick.
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