UPDATED with review! SHG-Media’s LG: Liberty and Justice for All features the return of Liberty Girl in director bpd’s follow up to the much-beloved Liberty Girl: The Return. This is another solid effort from bpd, even though I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as its predecessor.
We begin with a prologue involving some mysterious shenanigans: a masked villain, a wheelchair bound bad guy, a thug, and a neck-snap. Next, Liberty Girl sleeps restlessly in her bed, dreaming about her horrid sexual assault (from behind) in the previous episode. When she awakens and learns from SHG2 News™ that she has possibly been framed for the murder of a supervillain, she springs into action and heads towards a mysterious location that could definitely serve as a villainous hideout.
When she arrives, she meets Miss Justice, played by Ashley Rose. Since Miss Justice believes in the mainstream media narrative that Liberty Girl committed the murder, she starts fighting Liberty Girl (so there’s some superheroine-on-superheroine violence for you). Two henchmen watching on a nearby screen interrupt the fight, and they, along with Miss Justice, gang up on Liberty Girl. There are face punches, kicks, belly punches, and a couple of devastating low blows. There’s even a shot I have never seen in any movie before, which I can only call the “spinning-crotch-cam.” It will make sense when you see it in action. (Or maybe it will never make sense). This sets up two more crushing low blows with Liberty Girl suspended in the air with her legs spread apart, allowing a villain to deliver punishing punches to the helpless crotch of Liberty Girl. Eventually, Liberty Girl is choked out. Miss Justice gets knocked out via hypnosis and falls unconscious.
Next, the two heroines are bound AOH. The camera somehow swirls underneath the two unconscious heroines in a shot I must call the “gravity defying crotch-oriented floating cam.” (Seriously, I don’t know how they did this.) The superheroines wake up and start struggling against their bonds when the bad guys walk in. In this situation, I believe it is a contractual obligation for at least one bad guy to say, “Ha ha… two for the price of one!” and the bad guy carries out his contractual duty with the energy befitting an evil henchman. The bad guys start beating up the heroines, with Miss Justice taking the brunt of punishment (including a knee to the crotch and some groping). Liberty Girl is hypnotized and forced to spank Miss Justice for a long time.
Eventually, Liberty Girl is tied to a table, groped by a bad guy, and then subjected to the horrid-looking metal-bladed sexual probe device from the trailer. I shan’t give away anything that happens after this point; you’ll have to watch the video to find out for yourself. Overall, I did enjoy LG: Liberty and Justice for All. I’d place it somewhere between bpd’s Liberty Girl: The Return and Amazing Girl. He’s a very talented director, and I think the action is pretty well done here. If you enjoy low blows, I do not see how you’ll be disappointed by this movie. Otherwise, the acting is pretty good, and the story moves quickly and offers plenty of fetish content for those into such things (and if you’ve read this far, you certainly qualify).
Note: I recommend reading Decendingskulls’ review in the comments below!