This week have a great one that came out of the Philippines during the Vietnam action movie boom of the eighties. Half Ninja flick, half Vietnam commando adventure, this one is a lot more successful and coherent than a Godfrey Ho production, but still provides some good laughs as well..........
ULTIMAX FORCE (1986)
Four ninjas are selected for an important mission, but first they must go through a hardcore test to prove their ultimate skills in ninjitsu combat. When all four of them make it through the test alive, they find out that one of their fellow warriors is a POW who is still being held in Vietnam. Their mission is to go in, infiltrate the camp, and bring home their friend and any other missing soldiers.
After gathering the information and equipment they need, the team arrange a flight into Laos to begin their quest. These ninja warriors are also hardened soldiers and their arsenal includes machine guns as well as swords. As they make their way through the jungle, the Vietcong body count climbs as they slash, shoot, and blow-up their way to the POW camp.
Willy Milan (W is War) directs this truly unique Ninja and Namsploitation hybrid and fills it with enough punch-ups, showdowns, shootouts and explosions to satisfy a fan of either genre.
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