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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on August 2, 2002
This is actually the first film in the "Zero Woman" series. But it's the last to be released in America, and so was given the rather confusing subtitle "Final Mission". If you liked the others, you should like this one. I'd put it on a par with "Zero Woman" (which is actually "Zero Woman 2"; this is the original "Zero Woman"), and above the later ones. This was made before Naoko Iijima became famous (in Japan), and she's apparently embarrassed about it. It doesn't appear in any of her official filmographies...
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2002
First of all, the promo is mistaken. Natsuki Ozawa is not in this one. Rei (Zero Woman) is played by Naoko Iijima. She does an OK job, but she's no Ozawa, and not even Ozawa could save this installment.
The plot - a powerful and ruthless corporate type has paid off the police - is so cliche. Worse yet, the story revolves around how he has the police cover for the misdeeds of his sadomasochistic daughter.
Lots of disgusting S&M type scenes. And when its all over, there isn't even the requisite revenge, because Rei doesn't kill everyone who deserves it.
I would recommend Zero Woman and Zero Woman Returns, in that order, but not this one.
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on August 3, 2013
Despite the title this film is actually the first in the 90's Zero Woman franchise. It is not an action film like later entries. Instead the story is a political drama that is drawn out and may cause a viewer not to try later films. An important government minister is planning to run for prime minister and his daughter is also planning to enter politics. However, the daughter runs down her boyfriend in a pique of anger and her father uses Section 1 to cover it up. Rei is an agent of Section Zero that is currently dealing with corruption in Section 4. Division 0 is the black ops of the Tokyo police dept. Essentially, both Section 0 and Section 1 are at odds with each other. Plotting is slow and the viewer can figure everything out and see the outcome after the thirty minute mark. The only thing that surprises is the strange dwarf that Section 1 uses as an interrogator. An okay film BUT only for those that are already familiar with the franchise.
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Hey if you like women kicking ass and guns going off then this is your product, but it could have been better, but what are you gonna do, lol!
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