Ninjas vs. Vampires

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  • NR
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 29 min
  • 3.0  (546)

Ninjas vs. Vampires is a 2010 action-adventure movie directed by Justin Timpane. The movie follows the story of three best friends – Aaron (Jay Saunders), Alex (Daniel Ross), and Tim (Cory Okouchi), who are a group of amateur ninjas, trying to save their city from the bloodthirsty vampires. The movie has a runtime of 1 hour and 29 minutes.

In the beginning, we see the three main characters, Aaron, Alex, and Tim, living their lives as average college students. However, Aaron is carrying the burden of his father's death, who was killed by a vampire. Aaron believes that vampires exist and are a threat to the world. His best friends, Alex and Tim, are not convinced of this and believe that Aaron is just paranoid.

One night, while walking home, Aaron is attacked by a group of vampires, but he manages to escape. He later sets out to find a way to stop the vampires and enlists his friends' help. They train themselves to become ninjas, hoping to defeat the vampires and protect their city.

Initially, they are unable to locate the vampires, but as their skills improve, they find the vampire's hideout. Here, they meet Laura (P.J. Megaw), a vampire who is not like the others. Laura tells them that all vampires are not evil and that they just want to coexist with humans. She reveals that there is a vampire leader named DeMarco (Kurt Skarstedt), who wants to take over the city and wipe out all the humans.

Aaron, Alex, and Tim agree to help Laura stop DeMarco and his minions. They are successful in defeating DeMarco in a final confrontation between the ninjas and vampires.

The movie has a good balance of action, humor, and drama. The fight scenes are well-choreographed, and the special effects are impressive. The movie has a low budget, but the filmmakers have still managed to create a decent movie with an interesting storyline.

The acting in the movie is average, but the performances are still enjoyable. Jay Saunders, Daniel Ross, and Cory Okouchi give their best in portraying their characters. P.J. Megaw stands out as Laura, who is a compelling and complex character.

The movie's pacing is a little slow in the beginning, but it picks up once the ninjas start training and fighting the vampires. There are also a few unnecessary scenes that could have been edited out to make the movie shorter.

Overall, Ninjas vs. Vampires is an entertaining movie that is worth watching if you are a fan of action-adventure movies. The movie may not be a masterpiece, but it is a fun movie that doesn't take itself too seriously. The movie is not suitable for children, as it contains violence and some mild language.

In conclusion, Ninjas vs. Vampires has its flaws, but it is an enjoyable movie that is worth watching if you're in the mood for some mindless entertainment. The movie delivers what it promises – ninjas fighting vampires. If you're a fan of the genre, you won't be disappointed.

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    3.0  (546)