12.08.2004

the world's BEST bad movie!!!!

revenge of the ninja (1983). we caught the last half hour or so in melbourne. we couldn't figure out what the movie was because we missed the credits somehow.

anyway, it kicks so much ass!

bad acting, bad plot, bad screenplay.

but, god it's just SO bad that it's oh, so good...

the basic premise is a man and his son (who's only like 8 years old) are being chased for some reason by some guys... anyway, whatever. who needs a plot??? they kick much ass. and that's all that matters. i need to purchase this dvd.

disclaimer: if you're looking for a real ninja flick, don't watch this one.

5 Comments:

Blogger American Blogger said...

Isn't that the movie where the guy is doing some chick in the tub and a guy shoots him in the back with a blowdart and he falls over on top of her and drowns her?

That scene rocked hard.

2:08 PM  
Blogger Yankeebob said...

Thanks for the tip Grace. I love the cheesy low budget movies the best. We used to call them 'Choice Cheese'. Like the ones on MST 3000.

5:19 AM  
Blogger grace said...

AB: i dunno. that scene sounds like it could be a part of this movie, but like i said, i only caught the last half hour, so i don't know...

YB: aren't they the best? i want this dvd. i must own it.

9:28 AM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

Ninja movies make the best bad movies, especially from the 80s. I saw one in a hotel room while I was stuck in the crappiest city in the world (Albuquerque). The ninjas were pretty bad at fighting, and there was this one girl with a very large backside, although she was supposed to be the hot love-interest, I think. Anyway, most the movie she was running away from something, and due to the largeness of her caboose, she ran REALLY funny -- a kind of waddle run. I wish I knew what the name of the movie. I would buy it just to see her run.

9:49 AM  
Blogger grace said...

j: there ain't nuthin' wrong with a little junk in the trunk. :P i think i may need to find out what that movie, is too...

10:23 AM  

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