A man and his daughter are attacked in the woods by what they believe is a Bigfoot-type creature. However, they soon begin to suspect that they may have stumbled onto a nest of aliens in a hidden spacecraft.
David Michael O'Neill,
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Jody Lee Olhava,
On a remote Caribbean island, Army Ranger Joe Armstrong investigates the disappearance of several marines, which leads him to The Lion, a super-criminal who has kidnapped a local scientist and mass-produced an army of mutant Ninja warriors.
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James Van Patten,
Pamela Jean Bryant,
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"In 'Nam we called him Tigershark, because he stalked like a tiger and attacked like a shark."
Sensei Tava Parker (Mike Stone, American Ninja 2) is having a relaxing life teaching karate to kids in a Hawaii karate school, since the Vietnam war ended. He has a model girlfriend, Karen (Pamela Bryant, Don't Answer the Phone) who is kidnapped while doing a photo shoot in Sudan. Tava's old 'Nam pal Cowboy (John Quade, Every which way but loose) see's the kidnapping and calls Tava. Tava flies over from Hawaii determined to rescue his girl and make the kidnappers pay.The action is a little light on for the first half hour but some of the lines delivered by Cowboy are so funny that you are distracted enough anyway. The second half picks up and there is quite a bit of action with huts exploding, missiles firing, and some good martial arts from Mike Stone. Mike Stone is pretty good here and i'm surprised he didn't do more movies of this type. Definitely a solid piece of 80's Jungle action that is worth hunting down. Tigershark currently has a very low score and i think it is unfairly awarded. It's a movie called Tigershark, what are these people thinking? Look at the poster! This isn't going to be Casablanca folks! Overall a decent action film that is worth a watch.
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