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3 Ninjas: High Noon On Mega Mountain (1998)

Cast: Hulk Hogan, Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson, more...
Director: Sean McNamara, Sean McNamara
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Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Genre: Adventure, Martial Arts
Running Time: 94 min.
Languages: English, Spanish, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Korean, Thai
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Synopsis
This is the fourth in the 3 Ninjas action-adventure series with retired ninja Grandpa Mori (Victor Wong) as the connective device linking all four films. Following the low-rent 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (a 1992 production which went unreleased until 1995), the fourth boosts the budget and features three new lead youngsters plus assorted "guest stars." Grandpa Mori teaches martial arts to his three grandchildren: 15-year-old Rocky (Mathew Botuchis), 14-year-old Colt (Michael J. O'Laskey II), and 8-year-old Tum Tum (J.P. Roeske II). On a trip to the Mega Mountain amusement park, the three boys are joined by their computer genius neighbor, 13-year-old Amanda (Chelsey Earlywine), daughter of a movie special FX designer. The villainous Medusa (Loni Anderson) leads a ninja army to Mega Mountain. With her head henchman Lothar (Jim Varney), Medusa intends to move into Mega Mountain's master control center and hold the park patrons for a $10 million ransom. However, former TV star Dave Dragon (Hulk Hogan) happens to be making an appearance at the park, and the combination of Dave, Rocky, Colt, Tum Tum, and Amanda makes life difficult for Medusa and her warriors. ~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

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Hulk Hogan, Jim Varney & Loni Anderson. How do you say no? by REVDRG March 27, 2005 - 9:49 AM PST
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3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain is one in a long line of films in the "3 Ninjas" franchise. If you have children that enjoy martial arts, they may really have fun watching this movie. If you're an adult who enjoys watching "so bad they're good" movies, i think you'll love it! The late, great Jim Varney appears (in one of his last roles) alongside the always terrific (hello, Stroker Ace!) Loni Anderson as the main villans. Hulk Hogan gives a career killing (didn't think that was possible, huh?) performance as an over the hill action hero (I need manager assistance for an irony check on aisle two, please.)

All three of the "lil" ninjas sport terrific mullets too. I enjoyed seeing several of the kid actors in this film, because I've since seen them recently as young adults. And I'm positive they all cringe at the idea of anyone seeing them in this movie. Isn't that reason enough to rent it????




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