The Last Ninja (1983)

TV Movie   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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A story of an art dealer who, leads a double life as a martial arts warrior.


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6 May 2004 | david-1122
Excepting Enter the Dragon, this film by far is the best.
I have seen this film, which I recorded on vcr some 18 years ago, about 10 times and each time I watch it is like watching a new film. This film is not boring but keeps you glued to the screen and with the exception of Enter the Dragon, this film by far is the best of the others. A great pity that it is not available either on video or dvd and somebody should put together a petition to the studio/distributors which all and sundry could sign on the internet, to put this film on dvd. Michael Beck and Nancy Kwan are well suited to their roles as is Mako who is the guiding hand moulding his adopted son to become "the last ninja".The martial art fight scenes are quite impressive and I would recomend this film to viewers of all ages.

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Genres

Action | Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

7 July 1983

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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