Where were the black people???
I must say, it was a great movie...if you are into ninjas then this is a good movie. But it wasn't Casey (the good guy) that showed us how it is killing ninjastyle instead it was Masazuka the bad guy who showed what a ninja can do with the right equipment and motivation.
I enjoyed all the parts with Masazuka, he truly delivered genuine ninjastyle action. The blood really ran in this movie..lots of it, and the action felt good, with nice stunts where the hits really seemed to hurt a lot (not like Jackie Chang, where each guy receives 20 punches and still fights on).
The scenery felt a lot like the 90'ies, i loved it alot. But i wondered where the black people went in this movie??? Not that it matters, but it made me wondering...
Anyway, if you like ninja films then this is a good one!
And if anything, you will feel more sympathy for the bad ninja than the good one. The bad one felt more human while the good one was actually more evil playing all good. I mean, shouldnt the good ones give people a second chance and not just throw them out on the street?
Thats why i felt more for the bad one...it wasn't his fault!