Bring a Pillow. This is Torture.
Ah, Beauty and Warrior.
I followed this one by Bile Fascination
(see a pattern?). I watched it, and now I would wish that it wasn't made.
The plot was more confusing than pretty much every Mind Screw
series, except for Alone in the Dark
. One of the goddesses was banished because she married a human being. Okay...why? Next, one of her sisters followed her, which led to the only unintentionally hilarious
scene in the entire film: the mom's "Oh, my child!" Why? Two words: bad acting.
Come to think of it, aside from suffering a bad plot, the film had tons of bad acting. None of them tried to emote. It was like, "eh, screw it, we're getting paid for this no matter what, so let's do it." Perhaps with a little bit more effort, it still wouldn't make a difference, even if one of the male characters was voiced by either Dan Green
or Steven Jay Blum
Where was I? Oh, the plot. After exchanging parts of dresses, I guess, Sari (the not-banished sister) went to some sort of palace. The official site stated that it was a water palace, but it definitely looked like it wasn't underwater. Two brothers mediated under a cave, and Bataan's spirit went to the water(?) palace. He defeated the demons, yawn, and he and Sari somehow had a baby. There was a sword, two brothers fought for it via obvious stock footage and nightmare-inducing
music, and I stopped caring.
Did I mention the stock footage? Some scenes were used more than once. There was a tunnel scene that lasted who knows when, the scene with one of the dress(?) exchange happened twice, and the scene with the two brothers dealing blows happened numerous times.
Overall, don't watch it unless if you are fascinated by it and wish to see how bad it truly is. You'll get your wish, and then some. Those who claim that, say, Naruto
is the worst anime ever can watch this (even though it was made in Indonesia) and see that it can be worse.