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Set in a post apocalyptic Yokohama where the population is kept under rigid control by a half crazed mayor, Riki Takeuchi is a hard boiled cop and Show Aikawa a mellowed out drifter that hooks up with a gang of rebels. When the gang kidnap Takeuchi's son, the wheels are set in motion that leads to an inevitable showdown.Written by
Picks up again where part 2 ended with a summary and the end did remind you of the best parts of part 1 and 2 but this taking place in the future also takes the movie further away from the original script then ever.
The end scene is again one you will have a WTF feeling and the part were they are some kind of robots just didn't work for me. Again, as in the other two reviews this leans the best towards Yatterman (2009). But on the other hand we do have more martial art fightings then in the other entries. And the fact that girls are involved takes it also to another dimension. Still, not gory or creepy like most of Miiki's flicks. For me the best entry in the franchise but still not my cup of tea.
Gore 1/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
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