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Makio Hiraiwa
Shuta Hiromoto ...
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Gas-Mask / Walla (voice) (as Bob Bobson)
Steve Kramer ...
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Kanute
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Iria - 2001 (voice)
Monique Lindsley ...
Bandit / Sniper 1 (2001) (voice)
Dave Mallow ...
Bob (2001) (voice)
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Intergalactic bounty hunters Iria and Bob return to track down an ancient mystical relic. When a second Zeiram unit shows up and goes berserk, it takes all of Iria's resources to survive a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the fearsome space creature. Written by Alex Smits

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17 December 1994 (Japan)  »

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A must-see film for femme fatale fans
6 January 1999 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

This is one of my top ten favorite films. Although it is essentially an inferior remake of the original "Zeiram", where it really shines is in actress Yuko Moriyama's portrayal of the principal character, Iria. Her character has been refined and fleshed out considerably since the first film, and Ms. Moriyama's uncompromising presence, radiant beauty, and fierce intensity quickly elevate the film from mediocrity. Fans of science fiction, Japanese monster movies, and femme fatales will all find something to like in this film. The weakest links in the film are the challenging pace (typical in Japanese cinema) and the return of Teppei and Kamiya to provide mirthful moments of comedic relief. Typical of Director Keita Amemiya's other work, he seems more interested in delivering a stylistic and visually stunning film instead of a cohesive narrative, but on that level it succeeds with flying colors.


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