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Karate Girl (K.G.)2011

Karate Girl (K.G.) (2011)





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The descendants of a revered Okinawan martial arts master set down opposing life paths following a childhood trauma that leaves them both deeply scarred. Ayaka and Natsuki were on the path to becoming masters like their father when a man killed their father, abducted Natsuki, and stole the family's prized black belt. Flash forward a few years, and Natsuki has been transformed into a ruthless assassin by a malevolent sect, and Ayaka has grown into a humble high school student whose martial arts ambitions were lost with her only sibling.

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Osu! Yoshikatsu Kimura gets kicks and punches out of his Karate Girl cast, but not much else.

Simple and straightforward is how the story plays out. A running time under 90 minutes is still long for what transpires in this film. The storytelling is tedious and serves more as a way to tie the karate scenes together.

Excellently choreographed, the fight sequences are a delight to watch. A few slow motion scenes and some repeats from different angles insert themselves throughout, but for the most part, the karate is show in real time; a definite plus. The hits also get that extra kick from sound effects.

Rina Takeda and Hina Tobimatsu are dull as dishwater when it comes to acting; however, the moves they deliver on screen are fluid and easy to see that they know what they are doing.

It's hard to argue with a pretty girl in a schoolgirl outfit kicking butt, but Karate Girl only has enough to be thrown into the average bucket.

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