3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain

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Sean McNamara
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain is a comedic martial arts film directed by Sean McNamara centering on the three Douglas boys when they put to use their martial arts training in order to stop the Mega Mountain amusement park from being invaded and ransomed by Medusa (Loni Anderson) and her army of ninjas. Having been trained to fight by their grandfather Mori (Victor Wong), Rocky (Mathew Botuchis) is the oldest and strongest, Colt (Michael O’Laskey Jr) has the shortest temper and weaponry-skills, and Tum-Tum (James Paul Roeske Jr.) is the youngest with an insatiable appetite and agility due to his size. When Medusa and her ninjas hold the park’s owners hostage for the rights to the park, it’s up to Rocky, Colt, and Tum-Tum with the help of their computer savvy neighbor Amanda (Chelsea Earlywine). The fourth of the 3 Ninjas film series, it’s well-known for World Wrestling Champion Hulk Hogan’s role as Dave Dragon, a TV superhero whose last gig before retiring puts him at the park when Medusa shows up, ultimately helping the Douglas brothers.moreless

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  • 80

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    Exceptionally well-made family entertainment, this 3 Ninjas is constantly inventive, action-filled and funny, with a flourish of good special effects.

  • 50

    San Francisco Chronicle Peter Stack

    Pathetic yet stupidly entertaining for several minutes of its interminable running time, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain makes half its cast look like retreads and half like f...

  • 38

    New York Post

    As the fourth entry of a painfully uninspired series, this version features new actors portraying the trio of adolescent warriors. [10 Apr 1998, p.49]

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