Ninja Kids – Mission Freizeitpark (1998)

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Ninja Kids – Mission Freizeitpark: Directed by Sean McNamara. With Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson, Jim Varney, Mathew Botuchis. The three unstoppable Ninja brothers fight to save their hero (Hulk Hogan) and Mega Mountain Amusement Park from the vicious kid-hating Medusa (Loni Anderson).

“1992u0026#39;s u0026quot;3 Ninjasu0026quot; was a really cool movie, back in 2nd grade! I felt that it would of been best to leave it alone. But, like all money hungry executives do, they have to go and make 3 lame sequels that overexpose what made the first one successful: fighting. And I donu0026#39;t know what the hell the filmakers were doing while shooting these movies and casting the stars? I guess they filmed the third one right after the first and intended for that to be the second one, since the kids in it are the same as the kids in the first! (still with me?) u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBut overall, this is the worst of the four. Was it supposed to be a prequel or something, u0026#39;cause all three kids look about 5 years younger than in the previous movies. And even if it was a prequel, the filmakers obviously didnu0026#39;t realize the kids donu0026#39;t get their names until later. Please donu0026#39;t rent this movie to enjoy it with your kids or yourself. Rent it to make fun of it with a friend or sibling, but beware, it might bore you or cheese you to death before you finish it!!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNote: A black belt doesnu0026#39;t screech out a high-pitched u0026quot;HI-YAu0026quot; when doing something like throwing an egg at a bad guy or cutting a rope that releases an anvil or something of that sort that black-belts donu0026#39;t do.”


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