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To put things in perspective, first understand that Norika Fujiwara is a huge star in Japan (although the nickname I made up for her, "Fujinori," has yet to catch on). As such, this movie's Japanese title is SPY N. Yeah, N for Norika. N for Ntrigue. N for "No, you shouldn't ever speak English in a movie ever again." Norika's acting isn't exactly prime stuff when she speaks Japanese either, but in this movie she is reduced to a device for almost-nudity and boner jokes.
I vaguely remember some kind of high-flying climactic fight for which the rest of the movie appeared to be one big vehicle. I mean, if you don't count the boner jokes.
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