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When the alien is about to jump on the woman ninja, he is jumping like he wants to land on his belly in one shot, in the other, he lands on his feet. See more »
[Yamata and Rin are surrounded by Jinnai and a band of dead ninjas that are controlled by alien organisms inside them]
You mother fucker.
[Surprised look on Rin's face. Jinnai then looks at her]
You mother fucker. Son of a bitch.
[Stunned look on Yamata's face]
Give me the fucking dirty pussy.
[Rin looks confused]
Fuck you. Fuck you. Fuck you!
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A great little romp of Japanese cartoonish madness. If you love weirdly titled, poorly shot films, then this is for you. It has bad CGI and even worse suits/puppets. How can I possibly defend it? I enjoyed it dammit. It had action, adventure, betrayal, and never let its budget get in the way of imagination. The little alien critters were grotesquely simple, while the big alien dudes were uncomfortably phallic. The comedy mostly came from bizarre deaths, and though these were more normal than usual (for this type of movie) the sword fights were more than convincing enough. This is the kind of film that young teenagers make with their friends on a nice summer afternoon. Only difference is, that here we have grown-ups that should know better, and with that immaturity comes innocence and excitement.
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