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Kodoku: Mîtobôru Mashin

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Japan  •    •  100m  •    •  Directed by: Yoshihiro Nishimura.  •  Starring: Yurisa ., Tomori Abe, Kensuke Ashihara, Satoshi Eishima, Goki, Yôta Kawase, Riri Kôda, Rima Matsuda, Masanori Mimoto, Maki Mizui, Seminosuke Murasugi, Takashi Nishina, Takumi Saitô.  •  Music by: Takashi Nakagawa.
     A long-awaited sequel to the internationally acclaimed full-throttle splatter sci-fi action horror "Meatball Machine".

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Having seen the 2005 "Meatball Machine" movie, then I wasn't particularly in a hurry to watch the 2017 "Kodoku: Mîtobôru Mashin" (aka "Kodoku: Meatball Machine") movie.

But still, being a fan of Asian cinema and having a fondness of gore, I opted to sit down and watch this 2017 movie from director Yoshihiro Nishimura nonetheless. But it wasn't with much of any expectations at heart.

Turns out that this movie was every bit as odd, bizarre and well silly as the 2005 "Meatball Machine" movie.

Yeah, a simplistic storyline served with an abundance of blood and gore, and over-the-top creature ideas and pseudo-low budget special effects. Some enjoy this combination tremendously, others don't, and some even just find it to be mediocre.

I wasn't particularly impressed with this movie, and I found the storyline to be way too stupid and simplistic to offer any real enjoyment. And the characters in the movie weren't exactly fleshed out - pardon the pun - in an overly exciting manner, which resulted in the characters being mundane and pointless.

However, I did enjoy the gore, the grotesque ideas for creature designs and the downright campy, craziness that there was to the movie. But it was hardly sufficient to alleviate for the movie's shortcomings in terms of script and characters.

I was, however, pleasantly surprised to see Eihi Shiina make an appearance in this movie. But then again, she is no stranger to this particular weird genre of Japanese gore.


Review by paul_haakonsen from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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