Even though 2013’s GI Joe: Retaliation was a pretty significant step-up from its predecessor, Rise of Cobra, Paramount and Hasbro decided to start from scratch with Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins but it doesn’t generate the same level of optimism as Bumblebee did for the Transformers franchise.
Henry Golding stars as GI Joe’s resident ninja Snake Eyes for this July’s reboot of the GI Joe movie series, showing Snake Eyes’ training with the Arashikage and his relationship with friend/future enemy Storm Shadow, played by Andrew Koji.
An American businessman, Paul Racine, is visiting Nagoya, Japan and meets a woman in a hotel bar. Returning to her room, 3 ninjas kill her and wound him, but he sees the ninja boss’s face. Now, he’s the prime target of a dangerous ninja cult and gets help from a group of samurai who have battled the cult for generations.
One of the many ninja actionfests that Cannon Films put out in the 80s, American Ninja stars Michael Dudikoff as Pvt. Joe Armstrong, an Army soldier and secret ninja who discovers a black-market arms dealer and his army of evil ninjas are operating in the Philippines near where he’s stationed and he becomes determined to stop them.
After the clash with The Coalition, Ninjak is assigned a mission that revisits the covert history of the Ninja Programme. Colin learns about NInja-H, the 80’s era Ninja agent that fought for the United Kingdom during the Cold War. Ninja-H was an elite agent that was badly injured and was rebuilt to cyborg ninja. Given […]