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Infamous defense attorney Malik Ali's haunted past causes him to double as a vigilante ninja, defending the cities worst thugs by day and battling them by night. While protecting a beautiful witness, in a case against a ruthless mobster, Malik is led closer to the evil ninja that killed his wife and children years ago.Written by
OMG! This is by far the WORST movie ever made! The acting is horrible and the director "Me" (Clayton Prince aka Clayton Prince Tanksley) doesn't know anything about directing a movie. I've seen better footage by a 10-year old using his parents digital camera.
There's nothing good to say about this movie other then...it's over and I'll never watch it again! Clayton Prince does a lot of low-budget films which are indicative of his lack of acting abilities. The only thing he's famous for is ONE episode of "The Cosby Show" and we know how long that gig lasted. I also heard this guy is gay which would explain why he didn't mind playing a gay guy in yet another "B" movie that didn't go far. How many times does a film have to flop before he realizes he sucks in the movie industry on both sides of the camera? Hey, Clayton Prince, my dad is hiring in his warehouse. Can you drive a forklift? ROFL!!!
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