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Part motorcycle, part karate expert, ALL ROBOT! When the safety of the world is at stake, Zaborgar will save the day!
Secret police officer Yutaka Daimon inherits a mighty robot warrior named Zaborgar, an invention of his late father. Equipped with super weapons, expertise in karate, and the power to transform into a motorcycle, Zaborgar assists Daimon fight against Sigma, the evil organization responsible for his father s death. But when he discovers a beautiful female robot under Sigma s control, their forbidden love shatters the once inseparable crime-fighting team of Daimon and Zaborgar.
Twenty-five years later, the now-disgraced Daimon works as a chauffeur for corrupt Prime Minister Wakasugi. But as Sigma unleashes a new robot menace upon the world, will Zaborgar forgive, forget, and save the world from total destruction?
From director Noboru Iguchi (THE MACHINE GIRL, ROBO-GEISHA), comes a hilariously over-the-top tribute to the transforming robots of 1970 s Japanese television in an exciting action comedy that will stir the heart of anyone who longs for justice, love, and mechanized mayhem.
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The best Transformer of the year --Variety
A complete blast --Japancinema.net
Shoves insanity right into your eyeballs...tons of fun --Criterioncast.com
Well made sequel to the original 70's TV show played for laughs.Published 3 months ago by Ronald S.
It was more comedic than serious. But if your a Zaborgar fan I guess it would be okay.Published 4 months ago by DLS
Not a great movie. It is a B movie with intresting special effects but the story is lame with people head blowing up from the giant girl's cell phione and the main characters... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Edward J. Sytnik
A laugh riot similar too "Big Man Japan". See an aging TV character face all that age brings while still trying to be the hero.Published 11 months ago by potzo