This martial arts slapstick can only appeal to children who crave pint-sized role models who can throttle adults. Grown-ups will come away feeling violated by the film's clumsy comedy, ancient plot, and unimaginative action sequences.
During summer vacation with Grandpa (Victor Wong), the Ninja trio, Rocky (Michael Treanor), Colt (Max Elliott Slade), and Tum Tum (Chad Power), rescue Jo (Crystle Lightning), a young Native American damsel in distress, whose tribe is battling pollution. What the boys do not initially realize is
that Jo's persecutors, led by J.J. (Patrick Kilpatrick), provide muscle for Jack Harding (Charles Napier), whose company dumps toxic waste ...