To conclude: if you can, somehow, through some series of unusual circumstances, manage to get your hands on this movie, I highly recommend it. The film centers around Aki Sasa Handa , new girl at a Japanese high school, and her new friend Sayaka Yuria Hidaka , who is on the swim team. In which case, why not seek out some venue that provides that content much more efficiently? While she deals the most gore, she's actually not the funniest character in the film. But no, this movie is a real piece of shit, and it only got worse after they left, full of nonsensical plot devices, twists, turns, flutes with supersex powers and, of course, vagina lasers. ~ In the Middle: The movie is a nothing special, average affair. The sex scenes, along with the copious nudity, are so prolonged, gratuitous and pervasive that they overshadow the rest of the film.
Still, these few things do little to elevate the film above the average mark. Where things get odd, however, is with our main character, elegantly portrayed but poorly written Aki, Handa Sasa's role. The Undead, how can you not pause and check that shit out? The zombie storyline is silly, thin and campy. It may entertain in the short term but it will be easily forgettable in the long haul. With the school rampaged by ravenous monsters, the girls engage in an over-the-top orgy of gory violence to save the day… Aki, brainwashed and trained in that order to become an assassin, is transferred to an all-girl school, just as a virus that turns the young ladies into entrail-twirling zombies has been making the rounds. ~ Mind Blowing: Search for this movie immediately.
Seulement équipe de natation semble étrangement insensible et ne sera donc briser les morts-vivants, porter à l'école et gagner ce putain de concours! Just so you know, this fine film is in Japanese and the version available does not have subtitles. A sheltered high school girl unleashes her newly developed telekinetic powers after she is pushed too far by her peers. Was there nothing that could be scrounged up for a limited edition? Just the title alone of this film, Attack Girls' Swim Team vs. The movie frequently pulls out random oddities that I never would have expected, and I loved it every time. Just about all of it. If the character was written as being emotionless and wooden, then Sasa played this one to the T. Aki is a bit of a loner, but she gets caught up with a swim team member who has the exact same birthmark and mole as Aki.
In fact, one girl had to drop out of the team due to her condition, but thankfully for the team, a somewhat-creepy exchange student - Aki Sasa Handa - seems to be willing to take her place. You see, one of the swim team members becomes ill from the zombie virus just hours before the big swim meet, so Aki is chosen as the stand-in by her hot new friend Sayaka. One of the prettiest ladies in the film, whom I wish would have had a larger part, is Mizuka Arai. But none of this justifies the warning about violence that precedes the film. While Attack Girls' Swim Team Versus the Undead's vicious, sexy sleaziness should have made it fun, its many faults do keep it from being as entertaining as it could have been. Se il sito ha davvero violato la legge di copyright, la preghiamo di.
I told you I'd be back with a trick or a treat. And then we jump-cut back to another long, languorous lesbian make-out scene. To be fair, the arterial spray is vigorous and enjoyable, but when the best things your movie has going for it are bared bosoms and squirting blood, a fundamental problem exists. She escapes and of course immediately enrolls in a good prep school. When the swim team unites looking gorgeously unthreatening in their matching swimsuits , they go to work on their adversaries with bricks and baseball bats. Sasa Handa, Yuria Hidaka and Hiromitsu Kiba star in this comic creature feature. That's what the title promises, that's what I was expecting, and I thought that's all that I was going to get.
You're just a picky bitch. Overall, I can't say that Attack Girls' Swim Team Versus the Undead is a bad movie, but it is a disappointing release. With a groovy electronic score that consistently innervates throughout, Attack Girls… seems to be on the right track. The zombification of her new high school may or may not have something to do with the man who trained her, a jumpsuit-wearing mad scientist who forcibly made her into an assassin through a series of odd, sexy tests that most notably involve her becoming involuntarily excited every time he would engage in a badly dubbed flute solo. With the assistance of trained assassin Aki, the new girl in school, the girls band together to take out the zombie threat.
My favorite scene involved 2 girls with identical birth marks who had just met. The post-coital revelation that the lovers are, in fact, twin sisters! Something about the chlorine or whatever. So there, to her shame and dismay, she was forced to select, not the other films, Ju-On, Ring, Suicide Club, and A Tale of Two Sisters, but that one. Aki persuades her friend Sayaka to join the swimming team. Fight scenes are woefully choreographed, filmed largely from wide angles, exhibiting very little imagination.
However, a mysterious virus is spreading throughout the school. The majority of the action is good, an interesting take on zombie survival in a high school, lots of gratuitous gore and nonsensical comedy, reminiscent or slightly ripping off such other popular stories like Battle Royale and Gakuen Mokushiroku. Attack Girls' Swim Team vs. The visual effects were quite good, very far from my low-set expectations going into it. Everyone — teachers included — are made into gleeful zombies, tearing into necks, chopping off limbs, and decapitating students with metal rulers. Also, the narrative structure is pretty well done considering the movie is obviously just an exploitation flick.
That said, the film is still pretty entertaining. Soon enough, strange and terrible things start to happen. Sasa Handa, Yuria Hidaka and Ayumu Tokitô star. Kawano would have us believe that sexual abuse is absolutely key to effective ninja assassin training. When I heard about it a few months back, I figured that I knew exactly how it was going to play out: we'd have a handful of high school girls in speedos battling it out with a horde of zombies, complete with gallons of blood and plenty of skin. There are lots of zombies, gore, and naked ladies to go around.
Enseignants et élèves se transforment en puissance, un par un, en zombies affamés horribles. All opinions are my own. Something I was rather worried about in a film from 2007 was the special effects. While Attack Girls' Swim Team Versus the Undead's vicious, sexy sleaziness should have made it fun. .