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Some good sex and violence, but for the most part it has a plot that makes no sense.
True, plenty of sex should compensate for the lack of a plot that makes sense, but there was not quite enough sex near the end for my liking and I prefer that to the rather bland fight scenes that would occasionally end on the gory side. Saw this movie expecting a rather cool anime movie, however as I was about to find out this movie would have a lot more sex than most animes I had seen at this point in time. In fact, this movie was probably the first hentai movie I had watched...hentai basically being a anime porn. It is almost there and probably can be labeled a more light version, as they do not show quite as much as they do in some hentai's, but then the one I watched may or may not have had things cut out of it. The plot is hard to follow as a new guy comes to a school where some if not all the student body has the ability to become demon creatures or something. Somewhere near the end angels enter the picture, kidnap a girl the main guy likes and then we get an ending that really resolves nothing at all. The sex is really good and hot and heavy the first half of the film, but kind of becomes nonexistent near the end, which is sad as that was most certainly the highlight of this film.
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