Revenge of the Ninja

Synopsis: After his family is killed in Japan by ninjas, Cho and his son Kane come to America to start a new life. He opens a doll shop but is unwittingly importing heroin in the dolls. When he finds out that his friend has betrayed him, Cho must prepare for the ultimate battle he has ever been involved in.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Sam Firstenberg
Production: Cannon Group
90 min

Americans are going crazy

over Japanese art now.

I'll put all the money in,

and you run the place.

There's no better expert than you.

Look, we'll open the first gallery

in Los Angeles, then Chicago.

-And later New York--

-I'm sorry, but I must stay in Japan.

My father, my grandfather, were killed...

fighting on this land.

You gonna wait here until the same thing

happens to you? That's crazy.



Cho, you've gotta leave Japan.

This will never end here.

They killed my wife...

-and my son.

-And they'll be back.

You can't fight the ninja forever.

You have a son.

You want him caught up

in all this bloodshed?

Come with me.

My son's place is here.

You see this?

His father died on this land.

And now...

his wife.

This soil is sacred with our family blood.

Do you want to see your son dead?

And your grandson, too?

I'm offering him a great fortune

in America, a new life.

We'll open a gallery. You and your son can

be safe in America. You can be happy again.

And you, Mrs. Osaki...

you should come, too.

I do not trust this man, my son.

Braden is my friend. He means well.

It's for his life. We must consider this offer.

You cannot escape your karma, my son.

Even if you go as far as America,

it will come for you.

Believe me, it will.

-Come on, we're gonna kick his ass!

-Get out of my way, man.

How was your class today?

Did you enjoy the lunch?

Such a funny old lady.

He thinks he's tough?

Who are they?

Hey, man, what's your trick?

-Kick his ass.


Could you move, please?

Give it back!

Go for it.

Go get him! Come on!

Hurry up! Get him!


-Get him!

-Watch out!

My eyes!

Come on, we got him!

I told you not to fight.

Do not yell at him. He did no wrong.

I did not bring him here to America

to fight in the streets with fools.


it does not matter where you raise him.

You must teach him the way of the ninja.

It's the family tradition.

This bears the sign of our family.

And when I die, it will be yours.

And then Kane's.

So prepare him.

Show him the ways.

These are the dolls we are going to sell

in our new gallery, Kane.

I have given up fighting.

My sword is sealed forever.

Here in America,

I will not follow the way of the ninja.

No more.

Why not, Daddy?

Because the way killed your mother.

So remember...

you are not samurai.

Not ninja.

We only practice with our sword...

to honor our tradition. Do you understand?


Then show me.

Eye contact!



That was fantastic.

Better get going, honey.

You're going to be late for baseball practice.

He's really improving, isn't he?

Guess what?

The dolls have cleared customs.

They'll be here by noon.

I called your partner, Braden.

He'll be by sometime this afternoon

to look them over.

Cathy, you help me so much.

I really think I should pay you.

No, really, I love doing things for you.

Besides, my karate training

is more than enough.

I just want you to teach me the way.

If you want to work out,

you forgot your pants.

You really think I forgot?


you're so strong.

Do you wish to work out?

Of course I do.

This is our latest gallery.

lt'll open next week.

My partner put together

the best Japanese doll collection in town.

-Hi, Cho, how are you?

-Fine, thank you.

The shipment has just arrived from Japan.

-We are unpacking the dolls right now.

-They're perfection.

-Everything arrived as ordered?


I'll put 12 in the showroom,

and the rest in storage.

How do you like the display?

Fantastic. It's wonderful.

You've got excellent taste.

-Hello, Cathy, how are you?

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