A school that teaches young boys and girls how to become famous anchorpeople in the media. But there is something strange going in this school. The facility takes a sick pride in handing ... See full summary »
Kekko Kamen, fights to save students, a fearless heroine who wears red boots, a red mask, and nothing else, she has an uncanny way of destroying her opponents by stunning them with her private parts and then kick their butts.
Christine M. Auten,
Kekko Kamen, the fearless heroine who wears red boots, a red mask, and nothing else, she has an uncanny way of destroying her opponents by stunning them with her private parts and proceeding to kick their butts.
The fourth and (thankfully) last in the mid-2000s live-action "Kekko Kamen" series. And by "thankfully last", I mean by THIS film-making team - if another set of writers, directors, choreographers, etc. got around to it, the results might be much better (they can even keep the same schoolgirls and the same Kekko Kamen actresses - there was no problem with them and they were probably the only bright spots of the movies). I suppose we should be grateful that the title character appears a little more in "Surprise" than in the previous two films, however when you consider that during her appearances she spends more time singing her own theme song rather than fighting the bad teachers, maybe we should not be so grateful after all. As before, the film seems to have practically no script, the "action" scenes are very brief and unsatisfying, and the comedy is silly and unfunny. The self-referential gags have been done much better in such films as "Naked Gun", etc., while the extended fart gags hit a new low point of desperation. 0.5 out of 4 stars.
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