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A disappointing prequel that came out when we asked for a sequel
When the first black angel movie got released it was so strong we needed a sequel to see happens next for Ikko but instead we got a prequel that no one asked for, although it's not that bad but it couldn't live up to the first movie.
The story take place when Mayo became the black angel, her job is to eliminate yakuza clan, then one day she recognize one of the yakuza men who saved her life before when she was very young.
It has the action just like the first movie, but instead of the brilliant noir and mysterious and terrible gangster movie as the first one this one is more of a buddy action in same level as 48 hours but no humor. 5/10 because it has it moments but mostly disappointed that they didn't follow the previous, oh well too late to ask now .
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