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Slayers the Motion Picture (1995)

Sureiyâzu (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy, Fantasy | 29 July 1995 (Japan)
Lina Inverse and her overly-endowed associate Nagha the Serpent travel to Mipross Island, where they encounter an old sage who enlists them in his battle to defeat the demon Joyrock.

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Lina Inverse (voice)
Maria Kawamura ...
Naga the Serpent (voice)
Yuri Shiratori ...
Meliroon (voice)
Mahito Tsujimura ...
Ou (King of Mipross) (voice)
Miyuki Ichijô ...
Ouhi (Queen of Mipross) (voice)
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Brad Atwell ...
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David Bell ...
Young Rowdy (voice)
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Holligan #3 / Lagos (voice)
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Meliroon (voice)
Chafûrin ...
Thief (voice)
Meredith J. Dahl ...
Rinse (voice) (as Meredith Dahl)
Randy Fox ...
Holligan #2 / Zombie Villager / Additional Voices (voice)
Keiji Fujiwara ...
Thief (voice)
Hiroko Fukumori ...
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Laura Gadbois ...
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Lina Inverse and her overly-endowed associate Nagha the Serpent travel to Mipross Island, where they encounter an old sage who enlists them in his battle to defeat the demon Joyrock.

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One's cool... one's hot! One's busting out all over... one's not!


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Nahga: I understand they taste good pickled.
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Followed by Slayers: Excellent (1998) See more »

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Midnight Blue
Lyrics by Satomi Arimori
Music by Hidetoshi Satô
Arranged by Sho Goshima
Performed by Megumi Hayashibara
Courtesy of Starchild Records
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YEECH!
13 October 2000 | by (West Vancouver, B.C.) – See all my reviews

I've been an anime fan for six years now, and had never seen "The Slayers" in any shape or form before this movie. I had always meant to though, since I'd learned from other fans that it was a great series. Last week, I noticed this tape was available for rent at the video store. I eagerly picked it up........

And was VERY disappointed. I thought that this movie was just plain awful. It was neither funny nor containing any shred of an interesting plot. On top of my list of problems with this movie:

-I found the dialogue to be irritating (though the humor found in the Slayers series might rely on campiness, so I might have missed the point);

-the characters annoying, with personality traits that are barely interesting;

-a rather dumb plot (why exactly DO Lina and Naga team up, anyway?). I will admit that the 'breast enlargement' sub-plot made me smirk (as did the breast-bouncing bit in the castle midway through the flick), but a quest for a bigger bust does NOT make for a good movie when that's all that's going for it;

-and the battle scenes almost put me to sleep. Lina and Naga just fire off spell after spell after spell - whoopee ding. There was no sense of challenge or suspense/danger of the protagonists losing the magic fights.

Sorry to those who enjoyed this (though I'll be darned if I can figure out how you did), but this movie wasn't worth the free rental coupon I used to get it. 'Slayers: The Motion Picture' wasn't as bad as the first 'Sorcerer Hunters' video, or that loathsome 'Battle Arena Toshinden' movie, but it wasn't too far behind in my book.

I won't be giving up on the 'Slayers' series - maybe 'Next' or 'Try' or the originals will float my boat. But it'll be a cold day in hell before this turkey winds up in my anime collection.

Try the Project A-Ko series instead.


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