|American Ninja 1985 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Romance / Drama
Director: Sam Firstenberg
Cast: Michael Dudikoff, Steve(2) James, Judie Aronson, Guich Koock, John Fujioka, Don Stewart, John LaMotta, Phil Brock, Jerry Bailey, Nick Nicholson, Tony Carreon, Roi Vinzon, Manolet Escudero, Greg Rocero, Michael Hackbart
American soldier Pvt. Joe Armstrong (Michael Dudikoff) is serving in the Philippines. While driving in a convoy, Joe's platoon is attacked by rebels who are trying to steal weapons. The rebels kidnap Col. William T. Hickock's (Guich Koock) daughter Patricia (Judie Aronson) who is riding with the platoon. Joe rescues Patricia, but now the rebel leaders send ninja warriors to kill Joe and recapture Patricia. Will Joe's martial arts skills enable him to save the day?
|Confessions of an Opium Eater 1962 N/R, 85 min.|
aka: Souls for Sale
Director: Albert Zugsmith
Cast: Vincent Price, Linda Ho, Richard Loo, June Kyoto Lu, Philip Ahn, Victor Sen Yung, Yvonne Moray, Caroline Kido, Terrence De Marney, Miel Saan, Gerald Jann, Vivianne Mankie, Joanne Miya, John Fujioka, Keiko
Slave girls in San Francisco during the early 19th century get aid from their tribulations via an unlikely source; Gilbert De Quincey (Vincent Price).
|Futureworld 1976 PG, 104 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Richard T. Heffron
Cast: Peter Fonda, Blythe Danner, Arthur Hill, Yul Brynner, John P. Ryan, Stuart Margolin, Robert Cornthwaite, Jim Antonio, Angela Greene, Bert Conroy, Allen Ludden, Darrell Larson, Nancy Bell, Dana Lee, John Fujioka
This sequel to "Westworld" is every bit as gripping as its predecessor. Dr. Duffy (Arthur Hill) has been in charge of robots replacing his theme park Westworld with Futureworld. Investigative reporter Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda) teams up with Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner) to investigate the park, and they discover that Duffy is plotting to take over the world by inviting world leaders to visit and then replacing them with robot clones.
|The Last Flight of Noah's Ark 1980 G, 97 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure
Director: Charles Jarrott
Cast: Elliott Gould, Genevieve Bujold, Rick Schroder, Vincent Gardenia, Tammy Lauren, John Fujioka, Yuki Shimoda, John P. Ryan, Dana Elcar, Ruth Manning, Austin Willis, Peter Renaday
Following their forced landing on a Pacific island, Noah Dugan (Elliott Gould) is faced with the dilemma of how to survive with two stow-away kids and a cargo of animals. The solution is to convert the plane into a seaworthy vessel and sail home. Fair Disney.
|The Last Samurai 1990 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Paul Mayersberg
Cast: Lance Henriksen, John Fujioka, Lisa Eilbacher, Arabella Holzbog, James Ryan, John Saxon, Duncan Regehr, Henry Cele
A freelance, Vietnam veteran pilot, Johnny Congo (Lance Henriksen), is hired by rich businessman Yasujiro Endo (John Fujioka), who is descended from Samurai warriors, to fly him and his party to Africa. When the group is captured, Johnny sets out to rescue them.
|Mortal Kombat 1995 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Thriller
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Cast: Christopher Lambert, Robin Shou, Linden Ashby, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Talisa Soto, Bridgette Wilson, Trevor Goddard, Gregory Paul Martin, Kenneth Edwards, Gregory McKinney, Chris Casamassa, Francois Petit, Keith Cooke, Hakim Alston, John Fujioka
From the video-game franchise comes this movie in which three characters–Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, and Johnny Cage (Robin Shou, Bridgette Wilson, and Linden Ashby)–participate in a martial arts tournament on an island. The purpose of the violence is to defend the future of the human race.
|The Private Eyes 1980 PG, 91 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Mystery
Director: Lang Elliott
Cast: Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Trisha Noble, Bernard Fox, Grace Zabriskie, John Fujioka, Stan Ross, Irwin Keyes, Fred Stuthman, Suzy Mandel, Mary Nell Santacroce, Robert V. Barron, Patrick Cranshaw, Russi Taylor
Bumbling private eyes Dr. Tart and Inspector Winship (Tim Conway and Don Knotts) arrive at a dark mansion where the master and his mate have been murdered. They encounter the grieving heiress and an assortment of wild and crazy employees who are being killed off one-by-one as the mansion appears more and more as if it were haunted. Silly, to be sure, but fun. Filmed at the Biltmore Mansion in Asheville, NC.
|Steel Dawn 1987 R, 102 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Lance Hool
Cast: Patrick Swayze, Lisa Niemi, Christopher Neame, Anthony Zerbe, Brion James, John Fujioka, Brett Hool, Arnold Vosloo, Marcel Van Heerden, James Whyle, Russel Savadier, Joe Rifeiro, Alex Heyns, Brad Morris, Tullio Moneta
In a post-holocaust world, a colony of settlers is threatened because their water supply is in jeopardy. Onto the scene comes Nomad (Patrick Swayze) to help them–especially the young widow (Lisa Niemi). 2 User Reviews
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|They Call Me Bruce? 1982 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action
aka: A Fistful of Chopsticks
Director: Elliott Hong
Cast: Johnny Yune, Margaux Hemingway, Pam Huntington, Raf Mauro, John Fujioka, Bill Kirchenbauer, Bill Capizzi, Martin Azarow, Bob Hannah, Rene Le Vant, Tony Brande, Harvey Vernon, Heshimu Cumbuka, Vidonne Sayre Linn, Ralph Strait
This martial arts comedy features the Korean comic Johnny Yune in the title role of Bruce who looks so much like martial arts star Bruce Lee that he is often mistaken for him. Bruce cooks for the Mob and delivers flour to the underworld. What Bruce does not know is that his "flour" is cocaine. When others find out what he is delivering, Bruce learns to fight for his own defense.
|1. American Ninja (1985)|
2. Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)
aka: Souls for Sale
3. Futureworld (1976)
4. The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (1980)
5. The Last Samurai (1990)
6. Mortal Kombat (1995)
7. The Private Eyes (1980)
8. Steel Dawn (1987)
9. They Call Me Bruce? (1982)
aka: A Fistful of Chopsticks
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