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Kekko Kamen: Mangurifon no Gyakushu

Kekko Kamen: The MGF Strikes Back

Japan 2004
produced by
Shin Yoneyama, Junichi Matsushita (executive) for Art Port, Dynamic Planning
directed by Takafumi Nagamine
starring Juri Inahara, Shino Saito, Moa Arimoto, Nao Eguchi, Kenjiro Ishimaru, Keiko Kubo, Higomi Nagayama, Hideo Sako, Fang Suzuki, Hiromitsu Suzuki, Ren Suzuki, Satoshi Wada, Nao Yuasa
screenplay by Yuki Okano, based on the manga by Go Nagai, music by Mari Shimizu

Kekko Kamen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Even if this film reuses characters and indeed most of the actors from the first Kekko Kamen, the plot as such is not a continuation of that film but an unrelated, entirely new (if not all that different) story ...


The Mangriffon School is a high school where teenage girls are trained to be celebrities ... or so it is said, in reality, the mysterious principal (Hiromitsu Suzuki) of the school only wants only to turn the young girls into perfect wives for rich and influential people the world over so he can use them as his agents, his ninjas, and will eventually be able to rule the world (what else). And his teachers are free to hand out punishment to bad students in whatever way they see fit - and boy, do they have naughty fantasies ...

But wait, there's one teacher who actually fights for the forces of good, Keiko (Shin Saito), and since she can do little as a mere teacher, in her pastime she is also the superheroine Kekko Kamen, who goes on all her missions naked safe for her boots, a mask and a scarf (to hide her naughty bits from the Japanese censors).

Why, you may ask ?

To irritate and blind her opponents with her beautiful vagina, that's why, silly ...

And Kekko Kamen has a whole lot to do, first she has to save student Mayumi (Juri Inahara), who has been turned into a living flower arrangement by her sadistic teacher, then she has to save Chiyoko from a round of torture because she was found with her boyfriend Mineto - and it's a strict no-no for Mangriffon students to have boyfriends. And last but not least she has to see that, in a competition that is supposed to hook up rich sons with Mangriffon girls, Mineto and Chiyoko get each other - even if the principal has hired two superheroes of his own - one with a baseball bat for a penis, the other with a penchant to feel up girls' breasts - to battle Kekko Kamen.

Of course, the film has a happy end.


Second in the Kekko Kamen series, and there is little in this film that hasn't already in Kekko Kamen # 1 ... but that doesn't mean that one can't enjoy this film. So if you are (like me) childish enough, have a predilection for the cheap and cheesy, like naked women, love over-the-top, campy superhero action, and if you do not take this film at all seriously, you might even (seriously) love this film.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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