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Assemble Insert (1989)

Assenburu insâto (original title)
A 13 year old girl with superhuman strength and a cute singing voice confronts a group of terrorists when the cops are afraid to.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Hattori (voice) (as David Brimmer)
Jessica Calvello ...
Maron Namizake
Joe DiGiorgi ...
(voice)
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Host (voice)
Issei Futamata ...
Subordinate
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Kagiri Sonoba (voice) (as Mandy Bonhomme)
Walter Hershman ...
Komori / Yuki (voice)
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(voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
Yoshiko
Hiroko Kasahara ...
Maron Namikaze
Maria Kawamura ...
Kagairi Sonoba
Corey Marshall ...
Host 2 (voice)
Ichirô Nagai ...
Ryouhei Shimokabe
Chikao Ohtsuka ...
Professor Demon
Bill Rogers ...
Prime Minister (voice)
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A 13 year old girl with superhuman strength and a cute singing voice confronts a group of terrorists when the cops are afraid to.

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Never send the cops to do an idol singer's job.


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Not Rated
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21 December 1989 (Japan)  »

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Assemble Insert  »

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(2 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Anime Abandon: Twilight of the Cockroaches (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Ekuserento chenji! Kyôkyoku sentai Kôgaman
Lyrics & Music by Masayuki Yamamoto
Arranged by Kôhei Tanaka
Vocals by Masayuki Yamamoto
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Drinking party material
18 December 2002 | by (Los Angeles, CA, USA) – See all my reviews

Well, a parody of anime and Japanese culture it is. A brilliant one it is not. (I make that note because I've seen marketing write-ups which claims that it is a "brilliant parody.") Nothing really stands out at all in this lackluster low-budget production (even for a 1989 release) of a forgettable too-cliche-even-for-a-parody storyline. Some jokes worked, but most failed to even draw a chuckle out of me. I'd give this one a one-and-a-half-star rating if I could. This one is probably best left for a rental when you and your buddies are having a drinking party with "Mystery Science Theater 3000"-type chatter.


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