For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach and Chris dive back into the random depths of YouTube and found the 1984 Swedish ninja movie, The Ninja Mission. Directed by Mats Helge, who also directed other action movies like Russian Terminator, The Ninja Mission follows a team of black ops CIA(?) ninjas who must infiltrate a Soviet base to rescue a nuclear professor and his daughter before he gives up his revolutionary nuclear fission discovery. The guys try to figure out how the professor is completely unaware that they are not in Sweden, who 2/3 of the ninjas are, why the ninjas wait forever to use their magical exploding dart gun, the baffling ending and much more. The movie is available below thanks to YouTube and you can sync it up with our commentary, grab a katana and watch along with the Everything Action crew.
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