Keiko Mask

Keiko Mask

Kekko Kamen, the fearless heroine who wears red boots, a red mask, and nothing else, she has an uncanny way of destroying her opponents by stunning them with her private parts and proceeding to kick their butts.

Kekko Kamen, the fearless heroine who wears red boots, a red mask, and nothing else, she has an uncanny way of destroying her opponents by stunning them with her private parts and proceeding to kick their butts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tibor B (nl) wrote: Simple narrative of doomed young love in the South Pacific, with a native cast and two of early cinemas pioneers. Robert Flaherty and Murnau apparently fell out over the style of the film, Flaherty being a true believer in realism and Murnau in expressionist sylisation. Murnau's is the strongest influence visible on screen thankfully, with skilful direction of the native cast, great cinematography and his completely subtitle-free, purely visual storytelling style. Unfortunately it would be his last film, as he died in a car accident only days before it was released.

Devin T (br) wrote: While it was definetly more than a little late on the Gangnam Style craze I found the whole story to be a bit of a refresher from the same old same old easily likeable main character and incredibly predictable plot. The characters are a bit lamely developed, aside from the main character and none of the names (ranging from plain old Raccoon to Buddy to Jamie) seem to have really any thought to them. While they didn't do anything too overtly drastic in the plot they don't spell it out for you like every other movie of it's kind which is quite refreshing. I take it for what it is, a kids movie that doesn't bore older audiences to tears, and you should too.

Kay L (de) wrote: It was alright, but was hoping for more.

Boogie B (us) wrote: Not for me, cool seeing original Spy Kids though. Maybe kids will enjoy this, but for older audience members it might be a drag.

Ron C (gb) wrote: My kind of funny--off-beat, quirky, refreshing. After a year or two I will be able to forgive my son and friends for not liking it...

Matt H (de) wrote: I went through a cheap horror movie thing one time and i actually rented this movie and it is dumb.

Dustin G (de) wrote: Fantastic Blaxploitation flick with above average acting and dialogue for the genre, and some genuinely slam bang action moments care of the very cool, very bad ass Pam Grier. It's got everything fans of the genre are looking for, in gratuitous amounts, but is a cut above most other 'Soul Cinema' films. A really good time.

Ian B (de) wrote: I won't forgive the ending and the pacing wasn't great, but everything else was excellent.

Khondaker H (fr) wrote: Bergman is beautiful!

Nick U (fr) wrote: Blockbuster 6/21/13Pretty intense movie with a disturbing theme. Didn't seem Iike she was able to bring any justice to the girls involved or the perpetrators. Sad story well told.

Matthew C (us) wrote: In the continuing saga of missing the point comes this third follow-up to the surprisingly good Species. Unfortunately, the original film has a dreadful ending which sabotaged the whole message of the movie, and which has been capitalized on by its sequels. Sil, the mutating alien/human hybrid was not an evil killing machine sent by aliens to destroy Earth, but a victim of child abuse, given little guidance by her clinical, detached 'father,' the scientist who helped create her. Her killing was not done out of malice, but out of instinct and personal protection. However, all of that was tossed out for a cheesy Alien-rip-off ending in the sewers. And in the subsequent films, the sexy lady-alien is simply a monster with no depth. This fourth film meanders along, occasionally flirting with a cool concept or two, but never exploring it. The effects are terrible and the acting all over the place. I could have forgiven either if there had been a good story. Even alien hunting Ben Cross with a shotgun didn't counteract that crap.

F B (jp) wrote: A reasonable film but it did feel like it just ambled on with no real grit or direction.