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[ rated pg ] Slayers: The Motion Picture

A Parent's Guide to Anime
Rated: PG
Parental Guidance Advised

Reviewed by Cassie:

Mipross: The isle of promise. Lina Inverse & her overly busty companion, Nahga the Serpant, are there to try out the luxurious hot springs. While there, she is called by a great sage named Roudy, to go back to change Time & History...

(Nahga plays little part in the actual story, except to get Lina on Mipross Island. Go Figure.)

Parent's Guide Rating:

yellow (parental guidance advised)

Violence: A few explosions, but the bad guys just get burned like in a bugs bunny cartoon.

Language: A few "damns" and "bastards." Nothing too harsh.

Sex: The joke of the series: the size of Lina's Chest. Anyone who points this out to Lina gets clobbered.

Nudity: NONE! The package itself says brief nudity, but that just for the opening previews. Yes, as strange as it sounds, it's true. It's in the ad for Cutey Honey for her transformation. Other than that, none but Nahga is very skimpily dressed.

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