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Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
Pure comedy.
King Baluba Lubalnda almost 7 years ago
good movie
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Donald Fuller almost 7 years ago
Beverly Hills Ninja is a 1997 action comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan, written by Mark Feldberg and Mitch Klebanoff, and starring Chris Farley. The main plot revolves around Haru (portrayed by Farley), who was found by a clan of ninjas as an infant in an abandoned treasure chest and was raised by them. He never quite conforms to their culture and never acquires the skills of a ninja, but is nonetheless good-natured and persevering in his personal ambitions. His first mission brings him to Beverly Hills to investigate a murder mystery. A clan of ninjas found an abandoned treasure chest that had been washed onto shore, inside of which was a white baby boy. An ancient legend spoke of a foreigner who would come among the ninja and become a master like no other. The white boy, Haru (Chris Farley), is raised amongst the ninja, with the expectation that he may be the one of whom the legend speaks. As Haru grows into adulthood, however, doubts are quickly cast over him for being the great...
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