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A sailor princess got kill by a demon and almost stolen the sacred powerful energy goddess crystal 300 hundred years ago and the soul of the sailor princess recarnated into a half demon and... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Avery Danielle ...
Bunny / Sailor Moon
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Kris Woodside ...
Naru
Liv Rose ...
Eric James Eastman ...
Officer Tom West
Olivia Luccardi ...
Luna (voice)
Eric Pietrangolare ...
Melvin (as Eric James)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amy Carovinci ...
Teacher
Elizabeth D'Ambrosio ...
Schoolgirl #2
Keith Dorsch ...
Moto
Baby Dragon ...
Himself
Medusa Mugdan ...
Beryl's Snake
Christina Neno ...
Schoolgirl
Yosenex Orengo ...
Student #1
Trevor Ray ...
Negaverse Monster
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A sailor princess got kill by a demon and almost stolen the sacred powerful energy goddess crystal 300 hundred years ago and the soul of the sailor princess recarnated into a half demon and half human ordinary girl and meets a cat from the dimensional portals and become a sailor hero to protect the princess and enters to a secret serios mission and find the powerful goddess energy crystal before it gets into the wrong hands and stop the evil demons from the dimensional portals before its to late. The story is based on a Japanese anime mangga sailor moon. Written by Michael Douglas Evidente

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Destiny has awoken its Champion.

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The movie was funded solely from donations from Sailor Moon fans worldwide, and from the producers' own personal savings. See more »

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[Princess Serenity is watching in tears as the Dark Kingdom's army lays waste to the moon]
Endymion: Princess Serenity.
Serenity: Endymion, you shouldn't have come. It's far too dangerous.
Endymion: I had to say goodbye.
Serenity: It's all over.
Endymion: This is not the end. Whatever happens in battle... we'll always be together.
Serenity: I wish I could believe that.
Endymion: Look, there may come a time when the guardians can't protect you... and I may not survive the night.
Serenity: Don't speak like that!
Endymion: Listen! Promise me you'll never give up! That you will always ...
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Review of the first 20 minutes
8 December 2011 | by (Croatia, Europe) – See all my reviews

Bunny, a relaxed high school girl, encounters a talking cat with whose help she transforms into Sailor Moon during a second, equally surreal encounter with a vampire-like youma who is sucking blood from a girl. However, the mysterious Tuxedo Mask helps her fight against evil...

In 2011, a group of fans, led by director Elana Mugdan, decided to film their very own live-action, independent movie of a popular anime and manga series, funded entirely with donations. As a longtime "Sailor Moon" fan, this project caught my attention and I was eager to finally see how they are going to pull this off. Since as of this date only the first 20 minutes of the movie were made, this review will focus only on them. Even though I was skeptical, the first 20 minutes - which roughly follow the events of the first episode of the anime - are surprisingly catchy and enjoyable. Yes, certain unusual new details need time to get accustomed to (two FBI agents were added into the story; the blood sucking youma seems more like a vampire...), yet I have to admit...I watched it with such an awe as if I was a little kid. With almost a 1/3 effect of what "Sailor Moon" had on me when I saw it for the first time. They captured that adventurous flair.

Avery Danielle is great as the title heroine. Nick Uhas seems at first as a strange choice to play Tuxedo Mask, yet he proved himself worthy later on. I know some will be put off by the fact that it plays out in the US, not in Japan, but when you have American actors and locations, such a modification was arguably justified. The location for the Game Center Crown, for instance, suits the story perfectly. Director Mugdan did a good job. Since this is just the start, I will just have to wait until they post the whole thing until my final judgment. Therefore, I cannot yet compare it to PGSM, that golden standard of live-action "Sailor Moon" adaptations, or the Sera Myu musicals, but my hopes are up. The movie was elegant, natural and fun, with a few great solutions in transporting the animated world into ours.


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