Gothic & Lolita Psycho (Gosurori shokeinin) (2010)
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Dark comedy (too superficial to be taken seriously), funny at times but nothing that stays with you.
Gothic & Lolita Psycho, from Go Ohara, frivolously passes the time.
80+ minutes is all this picture needs to go through its tale of bloody revenge. Unsurprisingly, the plot is light with only bits and pieces becoming clear as the film follows a consistent alternating pattern of action and back story, with a drawn out finale to unleash the film's biggest secret.
The action sequences are wildly amusing, as they contain better than decent choreography and extremely absurd blood and effects. The brisk pace and the uniqueness of each fight provide high entertainment value for this film. The umbrella gun sequence is worthy of note.
There isn't a whole lot to the characters. All are over the top in their own way, which ends up with a lot of overacting. The lead, Rina Akiyama, along with Misaki Momose and Minami Tsukui wind up with the more memorable characters and action scenes. Who would have thought that the females would outshine the males in all aspects of this movie?
The style of Gothic & Lolita Psycho is as its title sounds. A fun ride with no critical thinking.
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