Chocolate and Vanilla are two best friends since they were born, they live in a magical place not on earth. When Vanilla's mother, the queen, is about to give her throne to Vanilla, Vanilla... See full summary »
Michael C. Pizzuto,
Honey Kisaragi is Professor Takeshi Kisaragi's daughter. She studies at a religious school from which she likes to escape frequently. Her father orders her to come home one day through a ... See full summary »
I don't watch a lot of movies, but I was intrigued to find this flick as an accompaniment to the Cutie Honey 12" action figure. I thought it was a fun movie -- silly, cheesy and musical, lighthearted. I liked the fact that there was so much music. There are quite a few typos in the subtitles, and I'd love to know what the literal translations would be -- I bet there are some little jokes in there. Sure it was grating in parts, but I also found some bits a little creepy. I think it fills its niche well... as the heir apparent to "Barbarella" with some Sailor Moon (wink and peace sign as well as sweet snacks) and Power Rangers (bad guy costuming) thrown in. Now I really want to find the original cartoons and/or graphic novels! (OK, now where do I click to give it a bunch of stars?)
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