Synopsis by Hal Erickson
An ethnically mixed cast, and a curious political point of view, brings a little variety into a tired old formula. African American William Freeman plays the chief ninja this time out. Freeman spends his time rooting out gangsters in Taiwan. He then beats them senseless while dispensing quotations from Chairman Mao. The action scenes are well up to par, though the proselytizing is a little precious.
gangster, Maoism, Ninja, Taiwan