American Ninja 4: The Annihilation

1990

Action / Drama

11
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 3.9 10 4104

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Cast

Michael Dudikoff as Joe Armstrong
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674.79 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 39 min
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 39 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SaintNinja 10 / 10

You can't Rate your own childhood.

When you are living in poor eastern Europe town, you see things in different colours)) When I was kid, two things defined my interest for this Movie:

  • Two American Ninjas in one film at the same time! Take 2!
  • Ninjas of all colours! Take 5!
  • New bad Ninja boss! Take 3! Now it's 10/10
It is really sad to see grown aged men giving American Ninja 4 low ratings and trash critics. Wake up, critic, you are no longer a kid. You can't see Magic no more. This movie is part of me. It's bad, who cares. It was.

Reviewed by kurciasbezdalas 10 / 10

Great sequel

Now this part (personaly my favorite) takes itself more seriously. The enemies looks really dangerous this time not like in the third part where ninjas appeared so weak that anybody could handle them five in one time. This part is more violent than the first three so it's kinda raises an intensity. Maybe it gets sometimes boring but only for a short time. The fighting scenes are much better (especially David Bradley fighting scenes) and the plot is good enough. This time the movie has much more colorful characters so it makes the movie even better. David Bradleys acting skills apparently get much better in this film and i disagree with those who says he can't act. This movie is truly a gift for ninja fans.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Surprisingly dull

THE ANNIHILATION is the fourth instalment of the AMERICAN NINJA franchise and my first exposure to it too. It's notable for featuring in its cast both Michael Dudikoff, who starred in the first two films in the series, and David Bradley, who replaced him in the third. Bradley is kidnapped along with a bunch of commandos by a terrorist group led by a British warmonger. He also has an army of ninjas at his command. Dudikoff is called out of retirement to effect a rescue mission and does so with his usual deadly relish. This is a film which was shot in South Africa on a tight budget and it's ridiculously boring. The action scenes are non-exciting and the fight choreography is poor, a surprise as I enjoy a lot of 1990s-era action B-movies with their powerful kicks and punches. In the end I was merely waiting for the credits to roll. Even some of the Godfrey Ho ninja cheese-fests were more enjoyable than this. I'm going to pretend it doesn't exist.

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