Surf Ninjas (1993) 720p

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Genres:
Action | Adventure
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
799.40M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
29.97 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
5.1 / 10 
MPR:
PG
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Directors: Neal Israel [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Brothers Johnny, an adolescent surf talent, and Adam, a preadolescent video-game addict, grow up care-free in California as adopted sons of Marines veteran Mac, inseparable friends of wacky local lout Iggy. Colonel Chi's military reign of terror culminates in their tiny birth-land, island state Patu San, off the Viet Nam coast. Former royal guards officer Zatch comes to summon the brothers to return and restore the pacific monarchy, because they are the sons of the murdered king, whom Mac took in exile for safety. They are joined on the adventurous journey by a bored Californian police detective whose attention was drawn by the ninja team that failed, thanks to Zatch, to murder the brothers in Mac's home.

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Reviews

I worked on this movie....

I worked on this movie. I produced the Sega Game Gear portions of the movie. I find the comments interesting. Maybe I can clear a few things up. Three Ninjas came out just before Surf Ninjas. It was a very low budget movie. I was suprised they got the talent that they did. I really enjoyed working on this film. Being a video game producer I was welcomed with open arms. It is funny that no one got that Ernie Rays Jr. is one of the Ninja turtles. He is an absolute martial arts master.

Personally I thought it could be better when it was done but I watched it a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Some times it is tough when you are so close to a project to enjoy it.

I truly enjoyed reading the comments and so many of them got the movie.

A Must-Have for Any Film Collection

Whenever I see reviews of this movie, they usually include things like "Only boys under the age of nine would actually like it." When this film came out, I was a ten-year-old girl, and fifteen years later it's still my all-time favorite film.

Rob Schneider is beyond hysterical as Iggy; the only truly disappointing performance is that of Leslie Nielsen, which is thankfully overshadowed by the entertainment value of his character. The characters are so likable that it's hard to choose a favorite. The plot is silly, yes, but it's fun and entertaining and it doesn't try to be more than what it is-- a comedic kid's movie about ninjas. It doesn't bother trying to pull off angst like the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or drama like 3 Ninjas, it just sets out to make you laugh, and it succeeds.

Young boys will love it, but so will anyone interested in humor, lighthearted adventure, and fight scenes from before the days of slow motion and Matrix-disbelief.

It's a comedy...

You have to watch this movie realizing that it's a goofy comedy, and that's what it's meant to be. If you are watching it for it martial arts value, then you might be confused at best. Laugh at it, it's funny. If you watch it with kids, it's helpful. The characters are likable, and it is every bit quote-able as a movie like Caddyshack. What's cool is, that people don't know this movie like Caddyshack or Stripes or The Blues Brothers or Spinal Tap. So, you and your friends should watch Surf Ninjas over and over-learn it, know it, live it. Then when you are in public, you can quote it, and people will think that you are clever, and not just guys who sit around watching the same movies over and over so that you can memorize all of the famous lines and quote them word for word. Buy this movie. Trust me.
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