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    i watched the first one a few weeks ago... well the first 30 minutes or so before i turned it off what a stinking pile of ****e lol
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    Tadashi Yama****a was OK in the first one ( the bad guy).



    Yes, I can find the good in almost anything !
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    Huh...thought you meant the tv show
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaichiMantis View Post
    Huh...thought you meant the tv show
    Wasn't that show titled The Master (Lee Van Cleef and Sho Kosugi)?

    I remember seeing the first American Ninja when I lived overseas. It was so 'good' that I can barely remember anything about it, other than that I saw it. And I have a good memory for most things.

    Ah, the '80s...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanjuro_ronin View Post
    Tadashi Yama****a was OK in the first one ( the bad guy).



    Yes, I can find the good in almost anything !
    lol i don't even remember the bad guy, the old geezer in charge when they attack the convoy at the start? already deleted it off my hdd or id flick through again and see if i missed anything amazing
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    Ahhhh, the ninja era....

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    Read American Ninja Retrospective by david j. moore
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaichiMantis View Post
    Huh...thought you meant the tv show
    Oops, was thinking of American Ninja Warrior
    "The true meaning of a given movement in a form is not its application, but rather the unlimited potential of the mind to provide muscular and skeletal support for that movement." Gregory Fong

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    Mike Stone was the evil Ninja in the second one....loved the article.

    Classic Ninja action along with Sho Kosugi stuff...

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