Mutant Girls Squad

Mutant Girls Squad

Rin a young high school student is your everyday awkward girl who gets bullied by her fellow students. On her 16th birthday, Rin gets an unexpected surprise: she finds out that she is, on her father's side, a half-mutant.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   nurse,   maid,  

On her sixteenth birthday, Rin (Yumi Sugimoto), a bullied, timid schoolgirl witnesses her parents killed by fearful, anti-mutant humans. Rins dormant mutant abilities are awakened and she ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andrew S (fr) wrote: Three couples in three cities find love and heartbreak in three interlocking stories. A married writer and a single girl sadistically toy with each other in Paris, a corporate thief on the run from the law meets a beautiful gypsy woman in Rome and a failed soap star wages a custody battle for the son she endangered in New York.

Cian M (kr) wrote: I have no idea why I waited so long to watch this. This and the original Raid: Redemption are two of the best action movies ever made. American movies don't come close to this level.

Hollywood H (jp) wrote: I thought they grew up in the first one

Yuri B (gb) wrote: Another future Wes Anderson classic.

Kristina D (gb) wrote: Meh. shotty directing but the interviews are nice. great cameos, but that doesn't make a good movie

Slothbear T (de) wrote: Anything about Mas Oyama kicks ass, especially this.

Roshan P (gb) wrote: Mostly irritating...

Jer M (au) wrote: I think you have to see Aaron Norris's SIDEKICKS twice. I watched it the first time and knew it was a great film and that I had not mastered it. The second time because I needed to. The third time because I will want to. It will open to confused audiences and live indefinitely. A lot of people these days don't even go to a movie once. There are alternatives. It doesn't have to be the movies, but we must somehow dream. If we don't "go to the movies" in any form, our minds wither and sicken.This is a film with the richness of great fiction. Like SUTTREE, the Cormac McCarthy novel I'm always mentioning, it's not that you have to return to understand it. It's that you have to return to realize how fine it really is. The surface may daunt you. The depths enfold you. The whole reveals itself, and then you may return to it like a talisman.Wow, is that ever not a "money review." Why will people hurry along to what they expect to be trash, when they're afraid of a film they think may be good? The subject of SIDEKICKS is nothing less than human life and how it works. It encompasses every life and how it copes and fails. Think about it a little and, my god, it's about you. Whoever you are.Here is how life is supposed to work. We come out of ourselves and unfold into the world. We try to realize our desires. We fold back into ourselves, and then we die. SIDEKICKS follows a life on that scale. Here is how it happens. We find something we want to do, if we are lucky, or something we need to do, if we are like most people. We use it as a way to obtain food, shelter, clothing, mates, comfort, a first folio of Shakespeare, model airplanes, American Girl dolls, a handful of rice, sex, solitude, a trip to Venice, Nikes, drinking water, plastic surgery, child care, dogs, medicine, education, cars, spiritual solace -- whatever we think we need. To do this, we enact the role we call "me," trying to brand ourselves as a person who can and should obtain these things.In the process, we place the people in our lives into compartments and define how they should behave to our advantage. Because we cannot force them to follow our desires, we deal with projections of them created in our minds. But they will be contrary and have wills of their own. Eventually new projections of us are dealing with new projections of them. Sometimes versions of ourselves disagree. We succumb to temptation -- but, oh, father, what else was I gonna do? I feel like hell. I repent. I'll do it again.Hold that trajectory in mind and let it interact with age, discouragement, greater wisdom and more uncertainty. You will understand what SIDEKICKS is trying to say about the life of Chuck Norris and the lives in his lives. Aaron Norris is one of the few truly important writers to make screenplays his medium. David Mamet is another. That is not the same as a great writer (Faulkner, Pinter, Cocteau) who writes screenplays. Norris is writing in the upper reaches with Bergman. Now for the first time he directs.This has not been a conventional review. There is no need to name the characters, name the actors, assign adjectives to their acting. Look at who is in this cast. You know what I think of them. This film must not have seemed strange to them. It's what they do all day, especially waiting around for the director to make up his mind.(Reprinted without permission from Roger Ebert.)

Jay B (ag) wrote: Bahaha, wish I had seen this ages ago... Good old Ed will always be a favorite of mine. :)

Manuel W (ag) wrote: these are myths for a modern world, even though we don't have all readily have shamans to welcome us into a transcendent reality--we have great movies and moments (shared) of insight and awareness!!!

Jim B (es) wrote: Excellent!!! Truth sets us free..