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|3 Ninjas Kick Back|
Actors: Victor Wong, Max Elliott Slade, Sean Fox, J. Evan Bonifant, Caroline Junko King
Director: Charles T. Kanganis
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
No Description Available. Genre: Feature Film Family Rating: PG Release Date: 3-APR-2007 Media Type: DVD
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Rebecca | Massachusetts, USA | 03/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I absolutely ADORE this movie! 3 NINJAS KICK BACK rocks. It's da bomb. I love it. Max Elliott Slade as Colt is sooooo hot and adoreable, you can't help it but just love him. Sean Fox as Rocky isn't that great, he's kind of geeky. But I liked J. Evan Bonifant as Tumtum, he's pretty cool, too. Still, it's kind of a shame that Michael Trenor and Chad Power didn't come back as Rocky and Tumtum...but I'm sure glad Max Elliott Slade came back as Colt! In this totally awesome sequel of 3 NINJAS, the 3 NINJAS KICK BACK is basically about Colt, Rocky, and Tumtum going to Japan to help their grandfather out who is sick, I think (I haven't seen these movies in so long!). While there, they meet a Martial Arts champion who Colt tried to compete against in a Martial Arts tournament -- who surprisngly turns out to be a girl, Miyo! (Played by Caroline Junko King.) With Miyo's help, they find a way to help their father beat these bad guys and Rocky finds a girlfriend in Miyo. Really, really, really funny and the Martial Arts moves are specatcular and incredible. A must-see for any Martial Arts fan."
As good as the first if not a tad better
Thomas | Georgia | 06/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"As with my review in 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up, I have to make something clear. The original 3 Ninjas trilogy was released out of order. First came 3 Ninjas (1992), then 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up which was shot back to back with the first movie (also 1992) though not released until 1995, then 3 Ninjas Kick Back (1994) which is actually the 3rd installment of the official triology. Having said that, I will now review 3 Ninjas Kick Back. Now I realize that alot of the reviewers favor the original 3 Ninjas but for some reason I tend to favor Ninjas Kick Back a bit more. Anyway, the humor and the fight/action scenes are all good and not so much over-the-top as was in the 2nd movie 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up. The actors of the parents of the 3 Ninjas from the first film return (the mom is kind of a babe in my opinion), Victor Wong returns yet a third time as the grandfather, and Max Elliot Slade returns for the third time as Colt. The actors for Rocky and Tum Tum are different but still do a good job. I also liked the soundtrack to this movie as well. I especially liked the tune that followed everytime Tum Tum yells "Scramble!". As for the plot, the 3 Ninjas get a chance to go to Japan with their grandfather but little do they know that an enemy from their grandfather's youth has been plotting revenge. That's all I will give away concerning the plot though trust me, the plot is good. Other things I liked about this movie are the character developments and the brief insight of the japanese culture regarding sight seeing. As for the characters, the 3 Ninjas act more grown up with the exception of Tum Tum and the main villain's goons aren't quite as dumbed down as was in the first two movies. 3 Ninjas Kick Back completes the third of the official trilogy. Like the others, however, the DVD has no extras. This is sad! Oh, if you are a fan of the 3 Ninjas films then you may want to stay clear of the fourth installment with Hulk Hogan. It is geared towards small children in addition to none of the actors from the previous films returning with the exception of a brief appearance of Victor Wong as the grandfather. Of course if you are a parent, you may not consider these flaws to be a bad thing but just remember... I told you so!"
A Guilty Pleasure
snoogycat | 06/20/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This film got a bad rap because it didn't have Chad Power and Michael Treanor in it, but if viewed as a seperate project from the original film, Kick Back is a truly fun movie. Brothers Rocky (Fox), Colt (Slade), and TumTum (Bonifant) travel to Japan to help their Grandfather (Wong) defend himself against an adversary from his past (Shimono). Along the way, Rocky falls in love with a young girl ninja champion, Miyo (King). Fun."
Caroline smiles like sunshine
Chris | Philippines | 02/29/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Oh man! You should take a good look on the girl who played Miyo. Caroline Junko King! That was so impressive and eye-catching! But most of all.....man! she's so baeutiful! You should show more pictures of here in this website so i could see more of her often! Puh-leeeeezze! I'd be honored if you show pictures of her cause she smiles like the beautiful sunshine"