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3 ninjas: high noon at mega mountain
(1998)
Reviewed by James Merritt
Rating: 7.5 Beans

hen is a sequel to a sequel not as good as a sequel? when it's high noon at mega mountain. I regret with every day that passes that i was not intolerably, slobberingly drunk when i saw this, but alas it was a planned expedition.

The three ninjas themselves have come a long way since their humble beginnings. Now battling an international terrorist in the the form of one Loni Anderson(is she real?). To assist in saving the world from this rubbery woman, they are blessed with the presence of Hulk Hogan as a martial arts superstar "Dave Dragon" who is suffering from manic depression.

It's usually a bad sign that a movie's bad when you start counting the hairs on your arm rather than subject your eyes to watching the screen. A trip to the proctologist to have my rectum scraped free of excess faeces would have been a much more enjoyable experience than watching this movie. A bad movie makes you cringe; this movie made me feel embarassed that the director was actually being paid......hmmmm, only recommended for the clinically insane person with a serious dribbling problem.






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