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Ami (Minase Yashiro, in her film debut) is a tough but otherwise average high school girl, trying to lead a normal life. Her world comes crashing down when her brother and his friend are killed by ruthless bullies. As Ami tracks down the ringleader, she is surprised to discover the bullies' association with a sinister ninja yakuza family. When she goes after her revenge, she soon finds herself in over her head and minus her left arm. Barely surviving, Ami escapes and seeks out shelter from two kindly garage mechanics. They take pity on her, fitting her with a high-powered machine gun where her arm used to be. She then teams up with the chainsaw-wielding mother (Asami) of her brother's slain friend and together they unleash an unholy, non-stop, over-the-top kill fest against the equally creative machinery (drill bra, flying guillotine) of their relentless ninja enemies.
This flick is excessively violent to the point that its campy hilarious! I love Machine Girl!Published 1 month ago by kevinwcousins
Googled the title when I saw this, read some reviews and was interested.
Pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed this movie.
great premise of revenge with cheesy, gory, and funny lines as well as funny acting. even though it suppose to feel serious you cant help but laugh sometimes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by mos
Well, my legitimate knowledge of Japanese horror is pretty spare, but I do know that at one point there came Cyberpunk, based on the horror of man merging with machine, and then... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
Worth a watch, probably not a repeat. Fringe cult-pop genre. Some of you love this stuff, I know.Published 14 months ago by LOB
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It's called street date. Stores get their shipments weeks in advance and then coordinate for the "official" release date. It gives time for shipments to get to each store and helps ensure that the product is released simultaneously everywhere. The street dated product is supposed to sit... Read More
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