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Ninja Assassin (inkl. Digital Copy) [Alemania] [Blu-ray]
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Raizo ist in einer als Waisenhaus getarnten Ninja-Ausbildungsstätte aufgewachsen. Ausgebildet zum Killer für eine Geheimorganisation und um seine Kindheit beraubt, gelingt dem wütenden Ninja eines Tages die Flucht in den Untergrund. Von dort aus plant er die Rache an seinen Peinigern. Da kommt ihm die schöne Europol-Agentin Mika, die gegen das Waisenhaus ermittelt, gerade gelegen. Die Ninjas haben sie bereits im Visier, als Raizo sich spontan mit ihr verbündet und die beiden zu Gejagten werden. Eine Hetzjagd quer durch Europa beginnt.
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I could have done without so many flashback sequences and little more of what they serve up at the beginning, but hey, it's alright for what it is.
If you like ninjas, action, tragedy, and a little hyper violence, you owe it to yourself to check out this mess of a movie.
I think what made it so great was the main actor, Rain, and all of the stunt people involved. The action sequences were superb. They used people proficient in parquor, free running and acrobatics. Almost all action sequences were done by real people, no wire work, no CG. Just the human body. I love ninja movies and this is by far one of the best ones that I have ever seen.
Rain did almost all of his own stunt work except for a couple of scenes that involved cars. He trained 6 hours a day for months to get into shape for this movie and it shows. His dedication is amazing. He is totally ripped. What you see, is what you get. Phenomenal. Absolutely phenomenal.
The storyline is pretty good. The other actors are pretty good. The DVD extras are excellent. It tells the story and history of ninjas. It tells the mythology of ninjas. An there's a great sequence showing how Rain trained for the movie.
To me, this movie is all about the ninja action and I would give it 10 stars out of 5 if I could. AWESOME!
There was never a dull moment in this movie and there were some creative death scenes and just a touch of twisted humor. The fight choreography is awesome and features severed body parts, shuriken attacks, heads lopped off or parts of heads lopped off and all the great fight scenes one would expect in a good ninja movie. When it comes to body count and creative kills, this movie didn't disappoint. If you don't like seeing blood, gore and extreme violence, this might not be the movie for you. I TOTALLY loved it and have no problem with action or gore.
With all that said, I won't lie, the best thing about this movie is: RAIN IS TOTALLY HOT AND RUNNING AROUND SHIRTLESS THROUGH MOST OF THE MOVIE! There....I said what most of the ladies are probably thinking...Men will like the blood, the action and the gore. As for me, all that is cool but really, without Rain, it would just be another typical ninja movie. His acting, his screen presence and yes....his AWESOME body make the movie. If they ever make a Ninja Assassin" sequel, I hope they have more RAIN and more SHIRTLESS scenes with him doing handstand pushups on a bed of nails, throwing ninja stars and hacking up enemies. Better yet, just make a movie called "50 Shades of Rain" where he is shirtless, working out and fighting random, pointless battles through the whole movie!
I would not have needed any plot to look at Rain for over an hour but this movie has actual plot too. This movie "satisfies" on many levels. Gore and action fans will get all the blood they want...and the rest of us will love looking at Rain....and looking....and looking....I hope Rain makes more movies either way. I enjoyed this a lot and would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of action movies....or to anyone who wants to check out Rain. Either way, this movie didn't disappoint!
OK, I'll start with the logic behind the title of this review.
I was a big fan of the older Ninja movies like Revenge of The Ninja etc. I read a review here that said something like if you like old Ninja movies that this one did it justice, in modern times, and I agree, and that was what enticed me to watch this. I think they did justice to the Ninjas, with the right amount of mystique, and badassness.
Also, it has Sho Kosugi, who I used to love watching in his movies, so that was a cool part too.
Then it has a lot of bloody violence, with limbs being cut off etc., where the lead character is taking on a bunch of opponents and slicing through them almost effortlessly, yet very skillfully, similar to Kill Bill, and maybe even more bloody.
As far as how it made me think of Daredevil, it was a little dark, like I thought Daredevil was, and the lead character had a little bit of humanness to him, as he isn't immortal (i.e. he gets hurt pretty bad), and his screams were human sounding, and passionate, like Daredevil reminded me of.
At the same time, the lead (Rain) is a total badass, like uber badass.
I personally like when someone is almost unstoppable in a movie when it's done right, and that was him.
Otherwise, for me, my mind turned off during the whole movie, and I enjoyed it in that way. Just the right amount of story/action etc.
It was interesting and captivating enough, with the back and forth scenes going back in time, showing Rain's training and upbringing, and then the present time story of the Ninja Assassins, which in the movie for a while were considered a total myth.
And the Ninja Clan did a good job at keeping themselves secret, although Government officials in the movie seemed to maybe have some knowledge and it seemed there was a cover up, which added a little mystique, in how they would go about that angle etc.
It was also a pretty dark angle at the past Ninja training, where the Master was pretty strict, and brutal towards students that defied him.
If you've been looking for a good Ninja movie, you may like this, and be prepared for a bit of blood and violence, as they didn't really hold back in that area.
I thought it was great, and it hit the spot that I used to fill with movies like Revenge Of The Ninja, and even a couple Bruce Lee movies.