Warning intellectual fraud: This is not a real movie but a collage of the approximate between an Asian seventies thriller, which has kept the fight scenes, and pieces turned in a hurry by a distributor US (Filmark in this case, according to "Impact" No. 18 p.49) to westernize the product [HK actually, but at the time I did not know the NDLA]. The result leaves enough dreamer, even if Asian film seems to be a nervous, nag polar (martial arts to all floors, the wicked dry beat up the innocent and heroin flinguent a kid who has seen too much etc. ), the American part is she hallucinating amateurish, turned by a hack for $ 200 with catastrophic players not even knowing fight and still prennant for ninjas. The prize goes elsewhere in blondie nasty right arm that pays 2 strokes at a time stirring well up. In a way it's a shame if they had done the whole movie like this, I think we played the nanar of the century!
The men of Bravo Company are facing a battle that's all uphill… up Hamburger Hill. Fourteen war-weary soldiers are battling for a mud-covered mound of earth so named because it chews up soldiers like chopped meat.
Veteran buttoned-down LAPD detective Roger Murtaugh is partnered with unhinged cop Martin Riggs, who -- distraught after his wife's death -- has a death wish and takes unnecessary risks with criminals at every turn.
Have you watched Ninja: American Warrior yet? What did you think about it?