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Anime Fiction 2 

Release date: 5/28/2002
Reviewed on: 9/3/2003 by astroknight


Studio: MMG

Review brief: Running Time: 57 min. (cover states 45 min.) Production Date: None given Director: None given Cast: Animated Initial Expectations: Anime Fiction 1 didnt overly impress me. Im not expecting much different here. Initial Reaction: The X-Men scene is good, but the rest of the feature is easily skipped. Who Should Watch It : Extreme anime fans who want to see characters they know getting it on Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting the typical darker anime or who isnt familiar with anime Audio /Video Quality: The audio and video are both extremely clear. The animation is decent, but often feels like its just the same loop of animation run over again. Music: The music is a little on the loud side. It ranges from being not much more than the beat of a drum machine and a nice orchestration. Disc Problems: When you go to the extras menu and try to play all of the sequences, the DVD automatically stops at the end of the menu. Menus: The menus arent too bad.
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Anime Fiction 1 

Release date: 3/11/2002
Reviewed on: 9/3/2003 by astroknight


Studio: MMG

Review brief: Running Time: 39 min. (cover claims 45 min.) Production Date: None given Director: None given Cast: Animated Initial Expectations: Ive had mixed results from MMG, so Im going in not quite sure what to expect. Initial Reaction: Its easily skipped Who Should Watch It : Extreme anime fans who want to see characters they know getting it on Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting the typical darker anime or who isnt familiar with anime Audio /Video Quality: The audio and video are both extremely clear. The animation is decent, and varies a little to fit the style of the cartoon its ripping off. Music: The music is sexy and nicely balanced with the rest of the audio. Menus: The menus are extremely simple. The main menu is unanimated and the chapter menu lets you choose a scene based on a still of each chapter. The Feature: Anime Fiction 1 collects scenes that take well known anime characters and put them together to have sex.
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Sailor & The 7 Ballz 

Release date: 10/5/2001
Reviewed on: 7/25/2003 by sweet-dave


Studio: MMG

Review brief: OK, this might be the strangest anime title I've ever seen. The idea of hentai Sailor Moon stories is hardly unusual to anime fans. Heck, I've even written a few lemons myself! And the idea of a "anime world' that includes characters from other anime projects is also a common idea. Thus, as a Sailor Moon fan who still has a Sailor Venus wall scroll hanging on my wall, when I heard of this title, I had to see it. The concept behind Sailor and the 7 Ballz is a common one; Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask are getting married and everyone is coming to the wedding. That means Sailor Mercury comes, and happens to service Tux's organ. Sailor Jupiter and Mars cuddle and couple in their bedroom. Sailor Venus and Goku of DBZ have a rendezvous in an elevator. And the wedding itself turns into a full-on orgy. However, Sailor and the Seven Ballz is animated so poorly that this idea is ruined. In many ways it's more of a pop=up book with movable pages than a real animated movie.
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Star Ballz 

Release date: 9/27/2001
Reviewed on: 3/9/2003 by flash


Studio: MMG

Review brief: Star Ballz A disc review by Flash Release Specs: Distributor: MMG Edition Details: Standard MSRP: $14.95 DVD Release Date: August 7, 2001 Movie Specs: Genres: Comedy, Animated A.K.A.: Star Ballz: The Movie Run Time: 46 minutes Rated: not Release Year: 2001 Director: Ddangerfield Written by: Ddangerfield Voices of: uncredited       Disc Specs: Audio: English 2.0 Stereo Subtitles: none Video: Full Screen, 1.33:1 Video Format: NTSC Regional Code: 0 (All) Disc: DVD 5 (SS, SL) Special Features: none  [ /image ] --> Synopsis: A princess is captured by Lord Limpbiscuit after sending out a distress message in a robot called Pifuckyu.  Two horny adventurers, Wank Solo and Chew Howie, get the message and attempt to rescue the princess from Lord Limpbiscuit. Audio/Video: Star Ballz is presented with an English 2.0 Stereo track, which is acceptable but could have been mastered better.  The audio levels vary throughout the film, which can be very distracting and there is problems with the voice acting.  There are several points throughout the film where you
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Sailor & The 7 Ballz 

Release date: 10/5/2001
Reviewed on: 6/10/2002 by astroknight


Studio: MMG

Review brief: Running Time: 55 min. (cover states 70 min., which is fairly close to a total running time) Production Date: 2000 Director: None given (probably for legal reasons) Cast: Animated Initial Expectations: I really enjoyed Star Ballz, so Im really looking forward to this one. Initial Reaction: Its something thats going to be best enjoyed by people who are familiar with the characters. Its an okay feature, but I was hoping for more humor than straight out sex. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting to see some of their favorite anime characters getting nasty Who Should Avoid It: Anybody looking for a really funny adult cartoon Audio /Video Quality: The audio is clear and as well balanced as almost any other cartoon Ive seen. Most of the audio is in Japanese and subtitled, but there is a little bit of English. The animation, however, is extremely simple, and makes Pokemon look like Toy Story. Music: The music varies a little from scene to scene, but is normally light and cartooney.
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Star Ballz 

Release date: 9/27/2001
Reviewed on: 10/10/2001 by astroknight


Studio: MMG

Review brief: Running Time: 45 min. Production Date: 2001 Director: Ddangerfield Cast: Animated Initial Expectations: Very high after reading Stephs review. Initial Reaction: Its freaking hilarious! Who Should Watch It : Anybody looking for a good adult laugh Who Should Avoid It: Anybody looking for whacking material Audio /Video Quality: The audio is very clear and well balanced. As an animated feature, Id be really worried if it wasnt. The video is also very clear, but done in the cheaper Japanese style thats a little below Macross. Music: The music is a techno style and just slightly loud, although not loud enough to really interfere with anything. Menus: The only menu is a two screen chapter menu. The Feature: From the opening moment Beavis and Butthead comments, to the final credits, Star Ballz tries to see how much is can make fun of while fitting it all into a Star Wars parody. The characters all come from todays pop entertainment and anime.
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Star Ballz 

Release date: 9/27/2001
Reviewed on: 9/27/2001 by kate


Studio: MMG

Review brief: So Bad Its Good You know when jokes are so bad theyre funny? Welcome to Star Ballz, 44 minutes of nonstop laughter. From the Beavis and Butthead opening to completely random lines like Youve got mail and I see dead people, Star Ballz manages to poke fun at nearly every cliché moment in American pop culture. Yet no matter how idiotic the references to Alien, Mission Impossible, Die Hard, Titanic they somehow end up being funny. The Cast Princess Leia is a bleach blonde, big-titted slut with the brown patch of pubes to identify her dyed hair. Darth Vader has Mickey Mouse ears. R2D2 is Pikachu, who of course gets screwed in the butt a few times. The Storm Troopers are covered in dickheads and shoot cum all over the place. Monica Lewinsky, Kid Rock (Big Cock), Howard Stern, Robert DeNiro and many more pop culture icons make cartoon cameos. The Sounds You just cant go wrong with a little George Michael and Vanilla Ice. The music bits and cartoon sounds are hilarious. The Sex I wouldnt exactly call Star Ballz good jackoff material.
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