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Obivously making the best of every buck this sucker never lets up. Everything is done so spot on professionally that you overlook the low budget nature. There isn't much of story but it's so way over the top, witty, colorful, and creative that you can't but help smile at the chaos being thrown up on the screen...Truly a low budget work of art.
Total motivation for aspiring filmmakers who don't have money to spend but have big ideas for movies. This is how it's done.
A definte must see!!!!
The movie does to the martial arts genre what "Airplane" did to mainstream Hollywood films, only better. The plot is a perfect vehicle for the physical humor, and subtly hilarious script of brilliant writers and cast members.
With satirical nods to the great cinema of the 20th century, Stutter keeps the viewer belly laughing while trying not to miss the next joke.
Also, Sam Manu is my hero.
Togan Ninja kicks off in a small charter plane where a guy is taking his son and another kid for a fly around the place, the kid in the back is a bad egg and decides to cut up some wires in the plane which causes them to crash land on an island somewhere in the south pacific. The father is then eaten by piranas and dies and the two kids end up being taken in by a group who then teach them the art of ninja... then 20 years later or so Togan is asked to go to New Zealand to help someone who is having a problem with a ninja syndicate that want to take over her grandfather resteraunt.
This New Zealand comedy is great, its funny in the slapstick kind of way, it's zanel and corney but enjoyable. There is some classic comedy lines, memorable scenes and laughs and is a-ok for the entire family to enjoy. It's a shame it's not a well-known title, it's sure to have been a hit in the comedy rentals if it had've been promoted (better?)
Hearing New Zealand and Australian voices for ninjas is a crack up... in a ninja fight where 100 bad-guy ninjas are circling the good guy and being beaton off one by one, you have to crack up laughing hearing a ninja with an aussie accent say, "step aside ladies, let me have a crack at it"... if that sounds humours to you, you may well just like this comedy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you love B Movies, and especially if you are, or have friends who are PI's (Polynesian Islanders), you'll love this movie.Published on January 4, 2014 by deluxxe
This NZ action-packed comedy gem is a keeper for sure. What's even sweeter is that I seized it at a bargain basement price. Read morePublished on April 16, 2010 by apilgrim
c grade movie but still good.
the funiest part was the first 5 minutes of the movie.
and u only wanna watch the rest because the start was that funny, but its the only... Read more
Since they tell you themselves that they made this movie on their spare time on the weekend and the whole movie being dubbed, I didn't expect much. Read morePublished on April 9, 2009 by Dersu Uzala
A pretty funny movie.
Their English on English over-dubbing is hilarious. Some of the filming is home-movie quality and must be dealt with, but the movie overall contains a... Read more
After watching Flight of the Conchords, I thought I would give this a try. Jemaine Clement was painful to watch in this... maybe one funny scene in the entire movie. Read morePublished on August 25, 2008 by J. Lin
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