Nine Deaths of the Ninja
Two anti-terrorist agents are assigned to free a busload of American schoolchildren in the Philippines who are taken hostage by terrorists.
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Kym c my community profile R (au) wrote: movie with Nathan Phillips the movie itself really wasn't impressing in anyway to me. basically they're on Cannibal island and I thought there could have been more carnage. D
Tim S (fr) wrote: I had pretty low expectations for this from the description so I was pleasantly surprised. I get the title song in my head sometimes.
Jason M (ca) wrote: A very interesting historical look into an act of domestic terrorism that took place over 150 years before 9/11, precisely on that day. Not for the faint of heart, believe me.
Alejandra S (ru) wrote: POR FIN ENCONTRE ESTA PELI!!! Un poco rara pero buena
Robert M (us) wrote: A monumental step down from the original, Macross: Do You Remember Love. So bad even the creators do not consider it to be part of the official canon.
Danny H (jp) wrote: Nice, I'm the first person to review Crack House. Crack House features some very nice use of racial stereotypes, Shaft as a cop, and the most bad-ass guidance counselor caught on film. All in all, a consummate depiction of America on the 80's.
Kyle B (br) wrote: It's a bit over the top in sentimentality but overall it is a nice movie. Lots of people remember this movie for Leo's performance that earned his first Oscar nom but I found Johnny Depp and especially Darlene Cates the stand outs. People may take Depp for granted these days as he likes to take on fun characters that aren't down to earth realistic people but here is a reminder that Depp can do great things with a tone down realistic performance. Leo went a little overboard at times. It is a difficult task to take on a part like this with a mental disability without making it mockish which at times it hovered it but overall it still is a commendable performance. Juliet Lewis and Mary Steenburgen are also really great
Lanky Man P (au) wrote: Wolfcop is proof that society needs actual Wolfcops!