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Chinese Super Ninjas


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  • Actors: Cheng Tien Chi, Chen Pei Hsi, Lung Tien Hsiang, Wang Li, Lo Meng
  • Directors: Chang Cheh
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Red Sun
  • DVD Release Date: February 6, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000C0NY38
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,583 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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a.k.a. 5 Element Ninja Region Code: All Format: NTSC Running Time: 104 min. Languages: English dubbed Subtitles: None Aspect Ratio:16:9 Description: An epic tale of vengeance, betrayal, and ambition against the backdrop of ninja martial skills and arts. When his school is destroyed and his colleagues all slaughtered by supreme ninja Cheng Yun and his five element ninjas, Tsiau Chin Hau sets out to take his revenge. But stopping the elemental ninjas (gold, wood, water, fire, and earth) is an awesome task. So, Chin studies the secrets of the ninja under the guidance of teacher Yan Yong Fe. Thus armed, Chin and his newfound cohorts Li Yin Win, Chan Sin, and Wan Fong challenge the element ninjas in a climactic battle to the death. Once again, Chang Cheh displays his unique talents for marshalling aggression, violence, and balletic grace within an inventive format. Cast: Michael Chan (Wai Man), Lo Meng, Chen Pei Hsi, Lung Tien Hsiang, Lau Tin-Chi, Wong Lik, Bruce Lai, Ricky Cheng (Tien Chi), Kwan Fung, Chan Shen, Chui Tai Ping

Customer Reviews

I mean like some really wow parts.
Jerry E. Monroe
If you like watching them on Saturday morning, you will love this one!
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One of the best classic kung fu movies every made!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mantis on January 23, 2008
One of Chang Cheh's last efforts for Shaw Brothers, "Chinese Super Ninjas" is full of surprises, and is one of his best. Lo Meng is the only Venom in this, but he is joined by the likes of the very acrobatic and talented Ricky Cheng.

Our heroes are in a good-guy clan and win a tournament against some samurai-types. When the last one is defeated, he kills himself. Prior to his suicide, he writes a letter to some dude who looks like him, pertaining to dispatching the 5-Element Ninjas for a challenge against the good-guy clan. When the challenge arrives, the leader dispatches small groups to deal with the ninjas, leaving Lo Meng & Ricky Cheng behind to look after the group's headquarters. These small groups get absolutely slaughtered by the ninjas. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Lo Meng falls for the advances of a ninja-succubus, who helps kill all the good-guys from within when the ninjas attack. Ricky Cheng survives and escapes for further training from a ninja master he had once learned from. He and the master's other 3 students then challenge the 5-Element Ninjas.

I prefer straight kung fu to ninja movies, but this is definitely an exception. Cool, cool, cool. The fights in this are as creative as any I've ever seen. Full of cool weapons, styles, and guerrilla tactics. There is nothing wrong with the picture but it is not remastered or widescreened and is in English only. Celestial remastered this last year, but I've yet to find any availability in the U.S.. It's hard for me to imagine that Celestial won't release Region-1 DVDs, thereby blowing off the North American market. Thank goodness for Dragon Dynasty, who have at least shown interest in releasing this. We all pray they will. I will certainly purchase it again. Very violent, entertaining, and recommended.

1982. aka: Five Element Ninjas; Super Ninjas
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nuthin Nyce on June 13, 2006
This is an awesome movie. The fight scences are some of the best aever made, the costumes are great, and the use of weapons are really good. The basis of the movie is that the school of good guys (who wear white) has a tournement against the bad school (wears back) for control of the martial arts world. But when the bad guys lose, their hired killer throws the master of the good school his ring (which is poisonous) and tells him when he sees another ring like that that it will be his friend/master challenging him. So the master has his school practice and set up a defense system around their school. A few months down the line, they get a challenge from the killer's friend (the ninja school) to go against their 5 elements. So not knowing what they are up against, the good master sends most of his best warriors to see what the 5 elements are. And that's when all the action starts. Each element uses a unique style of fighting that will leave you awed. This movie is a great tale of revenge and regret. I think you'll really like it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By morgoth on September 30, 2007
Celestial has finally remastered this movie so there is no reason to buy this Red Sun bootleg. The picture quality is horrible and the DVD freezes up like many other Red Sun discs. So make sure to get the region 3 IVL version.

5 stars for the movie. 0 stars for this DVD.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca VINE VOICE on February 9, 2009
First, let's get something straight: this is the best martial arts movie ever. It demonstrates Real Ultimate Power in ways I cannot even conceive, and if I could my head would explode from the Sheer Ninja Awesomeness of it all.

What, you still don't believe me? Here's why this movie is the awesomest:

1) This movie features a war between Chinese and Japanese warriors. So we get kung fu vs. samurai and ninja! Because this movie has the Awesome Dial turned up to 11, it starts with a fight between two schools, each showing off their amazing martial arts with the most unlikely weapons ever. Who wants plot when you can see guys killing each other with pinky rings?

2) The five element ninjas are all color-coded for your convenience. Fire, Earth, Wood, Water, and Gold. Now I know what you're saying: Instead of the five traditional Asian elements of Fire, Earth, Wood, Water, and Metal, why go with Gold? Gold is wimpy! It's not even a hard metal! Why not Steel or Iron?

I'll tell ya why: gold is glittery. And beautiful. Which is why Gold ninjas wear glittery gold parasol hats that can double as shields. They can use them to reflect light and blind opponents, and just like every good gold-digger, they can stab you in the back with blades that shoot out from the parasol-hats. Okay, I was stretching there but stop arguing because YOU SO KNOW THAT GOLD PARASOL HATS THAT SHOOT DAGGERS ARE AWESOME.

3) There are helpful credits that explain everything the ninjas do is based on real weapons.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jerry E. Monroe on April 10, 2007
To bad you can only give 5 stars. This is an awesome Movie. Some of the scenes are excellent. Some sad parts and some good parts. Some shocking parts. I mean like some really wow parts. One guy is fighting ninjas under ground and gets stabbed from underneath. I mean like wow he steps on his own intestine! You have got to get this movie. If you don't have it GET IT! An amazing Movie. One of the best Shaw releases.
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