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Nerawata Gakuen: Seifuku o Osou

Sexy Battle Girls

Japan 1986
produced by
Ryu Inou for Nihon Cinema Film, Shintoho
directed by Mototsugu Watanabe
starring Kyoko Hashimoto, Ayumi Taguchi, Ayu Kiyokawa, Yutaka Ikejima, Reika Kazami, Yukijiro Hotaru, Jimmy Tsuchida, Masaki Watanabe, Saeko Fuji
written by Masumi Hirayanagi, music by Takashi Akutagawa

review by
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When 18 year old Mirai (Kyoko Hashimoto) finds out her pussy doesn't function normally (in a sexual way) but only serves to make men impotent, she had no idea that this is part of her destiny ...

As soon as Mirai has found out about her sexual organ, her father has her transferred to the most expensive school in town (even though he is anything but rich) and tells her to have revenge on the headmaster of the school (Yukijiro Hotaru), who humiliated him and stole his wife (Reika Kazami).

Initially, Mirai is less then pleased, but when on the first day at her new school, she is attacked by school bully Susan (Ayumi Taguchi), she is more than happy to have been trained in all sorts of martial arts by her dad.

The headmaster is impressed by Mirai's performance and gives her special privileges, while Susan is thrown to the school's dungeon, where girls are tortured and raped by the school's detective (Jimmy Tsuchida) and sold into prostitution. Susan manages to escape though, and when Mirai helps her make good her getaway, she falls from grace with the headmaster - not that it matters much though, because now Mirai has decided to launch an attack on the school, and with the help of Susan, she does just that, first taking care of the headmaster's loyal daughter (Ayu Kiyokawa) before pretty much raping the man and render him impotent in the process ...


Now if there was ever a TV-series that was ripe for a erotic spoof, it was probably Sukeban Deka - and while Sexy Battle Girls differs considerably in story, it does have most of the key ingredients right, like schoolgirls using weird devices as weapons (Mirai even uses a yoyo-like toy - with an extendable penis - while Susan uses pens as darts), evil school headmasters involved in dirty deals, and bizarre fight scenes (which almost invariably have a sexual component here).

Still, as a erotic spoof, Sexy Battle Girls is less than perfect, basically I guess because it's just not particularly funny. Sure, the erotic allusions to Sukeban Deka are at least smile-inducing, but the recurring impotency jokes quickly run out of steam, and despite being a spoof, the film seems to take its basic plot way too seriously. Plus, the action scenes are rather sloppily done.

Having said all that, the film is not a total loss, it does feature the occasional humourous moment and all the girls are pretty cute and all get naked, but it's not very good either.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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In times of uncertainty of a possible zombie outbreak, a woman has to decide between two men - only one of them's one of the undead.


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