History Film / ThreeNinjas

27th May '17 9:26:06 PM tyrekecorrea
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The Asian phenotype is dominant, so in real life, a child with an Asian parent and a Caucasian parent would be decidedly Asian-looking.
27th May '17 9:22:32 PM tyrekecorrea
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The Asian phenotype is dominant, so in real life, a child with an Asian parent and a Caucasian parent would be decidedly Asian-looking.
24th Feb '17 10:07:52 AM LadyYuki
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* BringMyBrownPants: Subverted in that the person in question actually makes it to the bathroom.

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* BringMyBrownPants: Naturally, the result of the LaxativePrank in the first film. Subverted in that the person in question actually makes it to the bathroom.


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* LaxativePrank: The boys use this as a way to defend themselves against the bumbling [[InsistentTerminology kidnappers]] in the first film.
1st Feb '17 4:23:26 PM Kooshmeister
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* PunnyName: The kids' dad's FBI partner, Jerry, is listed in the credits as "FBI Agent Kurl." So he's Jerry Kurl.
10th Nov '16 1:11:34 AM TitoMosquito
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* BadBoss: All of the BigBads, though Snyder is by far the worst.

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* BadBoss: All of the BigBads, Big Bads, though Snyder is by far the worst.



''[A CD hits his nose. Marcus laughs, but gets hit]''\\\

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''[A CD hits his nose. Marcus laughs, but gets hit]''\\\hit too]''\\\



* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: The three goons insistently refer to themselves as "kidnappers", not "robbers". However, they haven't actually kidnapped them.

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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: The three goons insistently refer to themselves as "kidnappers", not "robbers". However, they haven't never got the chance to actually kidnapped them.
9th Oct '16 5:26:59 PM LadyYuki
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* ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask: In ''Kick Back'', the boys fight off a pack of ninjas while taking a phone call from their mother. They actually toss the phone to each other during the fight so she can talk to each of them, and explain away the noise as an action movie on TV.



* WeWillMeetAgain: In ''Knuckle Up'', a furious Harding vows "This isn't over yet!" when the judge orders his landfill permanently shut down. Unfortunately for him, as someone else points out, "it's very over."

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* WeWillMeetAgain: In ''Knuckle Up'', when a furious Harding vows "This isn't over yet!" when the judge orders his landfill permanently shut down. Unfortunately for him, as someone else points out, "it's it's an empty threat at that point and he's immediately contradicted with "It's very over."over".
18th Jul '16 8:28:29 PM LadyYuki
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* WeWillMeetAgain: In ''Knuckle Up'', a furious Harding vows "This isn't over yet!" when the judge orders his landfill permanently shut down. Unfortunately for him, as someone else points out, "it's very over."
21st May '16 9:35:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* XMeetsY: The movie has the martial arts of Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles, and the {{Slapstick}} antics of Film/HomeAlone. It was even ''advertised'' this way.
16th Apr '16 12:58:58 PM contrafanxxx
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* OutrunTheFireball: Rocky and Colt do this in ''Knuckle Up'' when the villains pour flammable gas into the manhole they were escaping from.


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* SayYourPrayers: Tum Tum does this during the car chase in the third film.
3rd Mar '16 8:35:29 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* McNinja: Admittedly, while the Three Ninjas are in fact very competent in terms of their pure martial arts skills, their grandfather is not teaching them real-life ninja philosophy. To name just one example, real-life ninjas did not live by codes of honor that would involve body, mind, spirit, and heart or anything that noble {{Justified|Trope}}, however, because their grandfather does not ''just'' want to teach them how to be ninjas, he wants them to grow up moral and good. It makes perfect sense that he'd be willing to take a few liberties with what sort of people ninja are supposed to be.

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* McNinja: McNinja:
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Admittedly, while the Three Ninjas are in fact very competent in terms of their pure martial arts skills, their grandfather is not teaching them real-life ninja philosophy. To name just one example, real-life ninjas did not live by codes of honor that would involve body, mind, spirit, and heart or anything that noble {{Justified|Trope}}, however, because their grandfather does not ''just'' want to teach them how to be ninjas, he wants them to grow up moral and good. It makes perfect sense that he'd be willing to take a few liberties with what sort of people ninja are supposed to be.be.
** The Mooks are a much clearer example; they're pretty clearly generic thugs with negligible skill in martial arts wearing costumes to be thematic. The boys even call them on this when they see them openly patrolling with rifles.
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