Ninja in the Dragon's Den (1982)

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Two rival warriors, a Japanese and a Chinese, are forced to work together after their master has been killed by a mighty enemy.



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3 February 2004 | jrat6200
I don't know about everybody else, but I LIKED IT!!! The ninja might be in the dragon's den, but the ninja gave a hell of a fight!!!
This is a martial arts classic anyway you put it. I really liked the movie. The action was fast paced, and you can tell the hong kong style was in effect. Hollywood will never be able to create (or recreate) hong kong action EVER EVER EVER (Especially with all this Matrix crap going around)!!! Corey Yuen did a very good job of choreographing and directing of this movie. I knew that Hiroyuki Sanada (Henry Sanada) was a talented martial artist, but man he really is impressive in this. After watching Royal Warriors with Michelle Yeoh, this guy is very good, damn good!!! I'm glad he broke through with "Twlight Samurai" and "The Last Samurai" (Not saying that he always was doing good). Hollywood needs to recognize him. But, back to the movie at hand. The chemistry between Conan Lee and Henry was amazing. Henry used he training to his best ability and was flipping all over the place. Conan did a highly impressive job too. I definitely liked the way Hwang Jang Lee was brought in the movie as the villain. He is also a very talented martial artist. In my opinion, he is the king of the leg fighters. HYPHY!!! The movie was kind of slow in the beginning, but redeemed itself towards the middle and end.

My Overall Judgement: 2.5/4 stars

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Release Date:

17 April 1982


Cantonese, Japanese, Mandarin

Country of Origin

Hong Kong, Japan

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