But in my own opinion and my experiences, I think 3 Ninjas was one of the excellent film of early 1990s that young viewers would enjoy. In the next shot, his hair is back in a ponytail. It's a really good kids movie. Of course who wouldn't cheer for three kids taking down a six-foot, two hundred-plus pounder henchman who's really posing as a light-up dummy? I first saw this film when I was I believe five years old. Actors swung in direct-straight lines, very hard to choreograph properly. It is predictable fare and all it does is produce some Home Alone style fights. Helicopters are extremely noisy vehicles, and it should have been making noise, even out of the angle of view.
I think every generation of young kids would have liked 3 Ninjas if they are really interest in Martial Arts. He's being hassled by the F. Genre: , , , Stars: , , Director: Jon Turteltaub Country: Rating: 7. . The plot is the usual stuff where the boy use their skills to help foil some criminal adults, in this case a criminal that their fed father is chasing.
But the boys soon get captured by Snyder, and what is more, they become doubtful of their grandfather, until he bursts into action and fights Snyder. Don't expect it to be anything special because it's not, and that's not the purpose of the film. The first of its kind. Well, like all summers, the brothers' comes to an end. Victor Wong who I always confuse with Pat Morita is great being the Grandpa Mori Tanaka as well.
When the camera changes to a different angle and shows him barely being able to open the cabinet, an adult arm wearing Tum-Tum's bracelet comes in from the bottom left part of the screen and grabs the vegetable oil. Overall then, few people will be surprised by the quality of this film. It was one of my favourite kids movie. This is the best of the ''3 Ninjas'' movies, and this is the one which I always watched in my childhood. The comedy is basic as well, which is a shame because good physical comedy tends to cover a large age range of viewers but here it is nothing more than simple pratfalls. However watching the first film left me all the more mystified because it turns out that this film series was cheap and poor quality from the very start.
Instead, it's just a good and cool movie for the family to see. I have an alibi, but I'd like to see the bonus scene where they explain that! There's also a scene, the boys rummage up their house to defeat the 3 goons--how do they explain the damage to mom and dad. If these were funny and exciting then the film would have its salvation but sadly this is far from the case. I rather watch the series than watching Teenage Ninja Turtles. Ninjas are trained to swing in circles--see also: books on Aikido and Ninjuitsu. A unique tale of three brothers who spend a summer learning the art of Ninjuitsu from the grandfather out in the deep, peaceful woods.
This movie inspired me to write movies. He is introduced a few scenes earlier as an illegal arms-dealer who knows a few techniques himself. Call me a sucker for punishment but after watching two of the later 3 Ninjas films I figured that I should at least get myself some explanation as to why more than one film had been made. However, they are drinking, you can clearly see Coca-Cola is clean, not laxative. They drag the 3 boys aboard a harbored frigate.
If nothing else at least Kingsley and Swetow have the good taste to be hammy fun. Otherwise, the vibrations wouldn't reach the other side. It's definitely some high-kickin' fun. The Douglas boys spend their summers and weekends with their grandfather Tanaka, a martial arts expert who, despite his age is still very able and is teaching the boys ninja skills. Also, this movie has an incredibly catchy soundtrack theme that really generates some excitement and will stick in your head for quite some time. I always remember how cool I found the ninja thing, the characters specially Colt and also the mask and the 'ninja names' that Samuel Rocky ,Jeffrey Colt and Michael Tum Tum received from their grandfather. The only surprise is that despite this the film managed to churn out some sort of puerile franchise out of these distinctly inauspicious beginning.
You don't see the boys turn around yet somehow they are behind the van teasing them in the next scene. I would lay into the acting of the children but suffice to say that they delver just as much as you would expect. Well if you were a kid, you'd adore this film. Tin can telephones only work if the cable is taut. As you can imagine, they get in over their heads taking the trio on. So, do yourself a favor, and watch this movie! So Snyder figures if he kidnaps the father's kids, it will ease the tension, none of his own men are suitable for the task, so he hires three dim and incredibly incompetent surfers to do the deed. For kids, the action is top-notch.
Sure, the film will probably fade away from our interests as we grow up. I assumed that the first film must have been good enough to be successful and by extension have made enough money to have justified sequels to a fan-base loyal enough to cover the costs regardless of the product. In the next shot, the charging Ninja now has a sword in his hand possibly only seen in the Unrated version. Their grandfather, Mori Tanaka, is highly skilled in ninjutsu. The boys treat them to a night of ninja moves and hilarious gags ala 'Home Alone'. And all the other kids had dumb names that I can't even bother to remember.
It is cheaply done with unimaginative writing and action. How did he know they were the right kids? They are back in the big city going to school. The mirror is hanging on a wall facing the door, away from him, and should not have caught his image. I'm not trying to sound cheesy or anything. It's especially good if you're into martial arts, so that makes it all the more worthwhile.