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3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (10-Apr-1998)

Director: Sean McNamara

Writers: Sean McNamara; Jeff Phillips

Keywords: Juvenile, Action/Adventure, Martial Arts, Amusement Park, Ninja

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Loni Anderson
Actor
5-Aug-1946   Blonde on WKRP in Cincinnati
Hulk Hogan
Wrestling
11-Aug-1953   Hogan Knows Best
Jim Varney
Actor
15-Jun-1949 10-Feb-2000 Played annoyant Ernest P. Worrell
Victor Wong
Actor
31-Jul-1927 12-Sep-2001 Egg Shen

REVIEWS

Review by Little Johnny (posted on 3-Apr-2009)

First of all, to all these negative reviews. Have you seen this movie? It is without a doubt the greatest three ninjas movie if not the greatest movie ever created. Me and my friends stayed up all night drinking soda and eating pizza and watched this movie like nine times. There were three of us, so subsequently we each had a role in the movie and acted out the whole movie. I had my uncle charlie play the role of hulk hogan. I don't understand why people hate it so much. The acting is great, Sam Douglas plays the socks off that F.B.I agent. Dwayne Carrington kills the role of the Jamaican computer programmer. The special effects were insane! Did you not see the people stuck upside down on that roller coaster?!?! The fight scenes were so intense. It sounds difficult to show a 4 year old baby like Tum Tum beat up a grown man, never less a ninja. But Sean McNamara, the movies director completely nails it. I'm getting goose bumps just thinking about it. Buy like nine copies of this movie, and give them as gifts. You wont regret it. GO DAVE DRAGON!


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