Project A-Ko 4: Final (1989)

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A-ko and B-ko are fighting as usual, as C-ko watches from the sidelines feeling neglected by both. Ayumi-sensei has been behaving strangely lately. She's wearing a heart-shaped crystal with... See full summary »


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Director:

Yûji Moriyama

Writers:

Tomoko Kawasaki (screenplay), Yûji Moriyama (screenplay)

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25 March 2003 | benshinobi
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| It's the end of the world! HA HA HA HA HA!!!!
The final entry in the "real" world of A-Ko sequels... This one involves A-ko and B-ko fighting over Kay who has been mysteruiously betothed to the girls' teacher. Weird. She's also been receiving strange messages from outer space and her eyes glow. The girls go commando and try to break up the wedding... in the mean time, the aliens come back in full force to pick up their long lost princess, C-Ko... the queen is even weirder than C-Ko is. The whole thing is rather sad and distrubing, nearly plotless, but includes a great scene where C-Ko watches a truly bad romance flick. The film also seems to have two endings... one sad and miserable, the other unbelieveable and tear-jerking. See it if you are a big fan... and lament the fact that all the sequels combined could not equal the first in sheer entertainment.

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Release Date:

7 October 1989

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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