Invincible Goddess Beauty from GIGA

[Adult content warning] Giga’s Invincible Goddess Beauty gives us a lovely superheroine, a nasty robot villain, and lots and lots of torture sequences. Its biggest contribution to the heroine peril world, however, is the introduction of the real star of this movie—Nene Fujimori’s buttocks.

The video begins with an introductory credit sequence in which Japanese text is displayed as the camera gazes longingly at the lovely, voluptuous body of our star, Nene Fujimori.  I really like this costume, which is so form-fitting it appears to have been sprayed onto her body by scientists at NASA.  (Now that the space shuttle program has ended, they probably have nothing else going on.) It’s a very well-designed costume and has been quite obviously crafted to display the perfectly plump posterior of our superheroine.

After the credits sequence, the actual movie begins. Two glowing spheres descend from the sky and, as they reach the ground, transform into our heroine and the main villain, an armor-wearing monster/robot.  (According to the story summary at Akiba-Web, we learn that this character’s name is “Dice.”  I like to think of him as the evil reincarnation of former comedian Andrew “Dice” Clay.)  Anyway, Dice and our heroine, whose name happens to be Beauty, start fighting almost immediately.  This is the way I like it.  No need to waste time establishing characters, themes, nor anything else.  Just give us a gorgeous heroine and a horrid monster/robot named Dice and have them fight each other right from the start.

An odd thing happens during this fight scene (granted, the entire movie is “odd”).  Dice grabs the heroine’s arm and slams it down onto a wooden rail several times. The heroine, Beauty, has no reaction to this whatsoever and just seems mildly confused.  Initially, this really confounded me, but then I remembered that I’m watching a spandex-clad woman fighting an alien robot monster, so nothing should confuse me about any of this.  It’s really pretty bizarre if you take a step back and really watch these movies.  But then I realized that perhaps this is supposed to be a demonstration of the heroine’s “invincibility”; hence, the movie’s title.  It all makes sense now.

The fight continues for a while, and eventually the heroine chases Dice up to a rooftop where she accidentally kills an innocent hostage with her electrical powers (nice job, Beauty).  However, the hostage appears in the very next scene, sitting down and talking to himself.  Just when things couldn’t get any more baffling, the hostage transforms into Beauty, our heroine.

Since I have no idea what any of this means, another trip to Akiba-Web reveals that “In order to save Kawakatsu (the hostage), she combined with Kawakatsu, and with his cooperation even she could chase down Dice again.”  So I guess that explains it, although it might have been helpful to see this happen.  In any event, Beauty is now combined with Kawakatsu, creating something like a female version of DC comic’s “Firestorm,” a single (amalgamated) character comprised of two individual entities.

In the next scene, Kawakatsu encounters two henchmen and transforms, as it were, to Beauty.  A fight scene breaks out, and we discover an interesting twist of the plot that I actually think is pretty clever.  Since Beauty is now combined with Kawakatsu, a civilian, she is no longer invincible.  So, with this being a Giga movie and all, you might imagine what happens next.  The bad guys beat up the heroine for a long time, mostly with stomach punches.  This is a nice two-on-one beat-down with really excellent acting by Fujimori.  Just as Beauty regains her composure and defeats the two henchmen, Dice appears.  The two characters transform into glowing spheres again and fly to a more suitable location for a really long fight sequence.

This fight sequence is really well done, with some nice stunt work (Dice rolling down a flight of concrete stairs) and good choreography and editing.  Beauty puts up a good fight at first but is eventually worn down by Dice and receives an extended beating (what else did you expect to happen?).  All in all, a very nice scene and some more impressive acting from Fujimori.  Beauty ends up being defeated and knocked out (via electric shock delivered by Dice’s hand while choking Beauty).

Dice brings Beauty back to the infamous evil lair from every Giga movie, and now the bad guys get to enjoy torturing the lovely heroine, which they most certainly do.  The movie is about an hour long, and Beauty gets captured by the bad guys around the 20 minute mark, which, according to my calculations, provides the viewer with about 40 minutes of the heroine getting tortured (I’d like to thank my friends at MIT for helping me with those calculations).  Which puts this at about an average action-to-torture ratio for Giga Freeks videos.

First, Beauty is tied to a metal cross, allowing Dice to grab her breasts a couple of times.  Later, Beauty is chained up (AOH) with water dripping on her.  Dice shows up with two electrified metal rods and proceeds to torture the heroine with electric shocks for about five minutes of screen time.  This is a really well done sequence.

Fujimori’s acting is as good as any heroine that I’ve seen in any movie, the special effects are well done, and just about everything works really well here, in my opinion.  And a lot of screen time is devoted to the ass posterior of the heroine (to comical effect, if you’re in a certain frame of mind).

The rest of the film involves our heroine being beaten with a club, chained up and beaten with a club again, and then sexually tormented in a variety of ways (with a chain, fondled, raped multiple times by Dice (that bastard)), and pretty much left broken and twitching at the bottom of a grimy staircase, having been utterly and totally defeated in every conceivable way.  (Giga’s version of “…and they all lived happily ever after.”)

This is one of my favorite Giga films because I love the heroine and want to marry her, the fight scenes are really well done, the story has a nice and original way of rendering the heroine vulnerable, the main torture scene is really well done, and Nene Fujimori gives an Oscar-worthy performance.

Rather, her performance would be Oscar-worthy if they gave out Oscars for this sort of thing.  Which they really should.  Let’s see Meryl Streep do a “raped-from-behind-by-a-robot-monster-named-Dice” scene with half of the passion and intensity of Fujimori.  (Come to think of it, let’s not see that.)  If Invincible Goddess Beauty sounds like your cup of tea, I highly recommend it.

Invincible Goddess Beauty is available at Akiba-Web

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22 comments on Invincible Goddess Beauty from GIGA

  • Aug. 10, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    Why can’t something along these lines be done with a Supergirl/Wonder Woman/Powergirl type of heroine with one of the classic American models? I’d love to see something along those lines–the camera angles, the chain, the water,…the shots posted here look amazing!


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    Aug. 10, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    @sugarcoater – It’s the age-old question: Why can’t anyone but the Japanese make heroine peril videos like this? I wish I knew…

  • Aug. 10, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    This movie is clearly inspired from Birdy The Mighty manga/anime I think.

    “Birdy Cephon Altera is a Federation agent chasing interplanetary criminals to the planet Earth. While in pursuit of one such criminal, she accidentally kills a high school boy named Tsutomu Senkawa. Fortunately for Tsutomu, there is a way to keep him alive. He ends up being merged into Birdy’s body and must remain so until the repair of his body is complete.”

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    Aug. 10, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    Wow, that’s very interesting, Markko! Thanks for the link. I’d say it is most definitely inspired by that. The costume is similar and the plot device of having the heroine 1) accidentally kill an innocent bystander and 2) merge with the innocent bystander to restore/maintain his life seem to have been copied directly from that. Thanks for pointing that out.

  • Aug. 10, 2011 at 7:52 pm

    HM, your site review of GIGA really motivated me to finally check them out and I haven’t been disappointed with the videos I purchased. I just purchased this video two days ago. I simply couldn’t resist her costume and magnificent buttocks. You are right on the money about Nene Fujimori.

  • Aug. 10, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Are the videos available for Mac users?

  • Aug. 10, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    I don’t know why, but I’ve gone head over heals in love with Giga’s Giantess heroine videos… Something about them man…

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    Aug. 10, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    @DrZod – That’s great to hear! I’m glad you’re enjoying Giga. I don’t see how any fan of heroine peril could be disappointed with that company’s videos. Fujimori’s buttocks are indeed magnificent. I hope to see her return to Giga someday.

    @Slawdiesel – I’m afraid the videos are not available for Mac users at this time. Your best bet is probably to buy the DVD from FemPowerDVD at the link above. I’ve had good experiences with them, and their prices are pretty low. Good luck!

    @TwistedJedi – Really? That’s interesting. For some reason, I can’t seem to get into the concept of the giant heroine, but it seems to be a pretty popular sub-fetish as I’ve seen plenty of videos available that cater to that concept. Are there any in particular that are worth checking out?

  • Aug. 11, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    I don’t particularly dig giant heroines too (of course they are inspired by classic Ultraman character).
    Nene Fujimori features also in another two Giga movies (just by clicking on her name xD !): TBW-05 and TTRE-06.

  • Aug. 11, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    You are a great reviewer. And dang, that actress and her butt are to die for.

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    Aug. 11, 2011 at 8:39 pm

    @Markko – Nice detective work. :) I apparently couldn’t be bothered to go through the effort of clicking on the actress’ name to find out whether she had starred in any other Giga videos. But you’re right. Here are the links to her other appearances:

    Heroine Tentacle Insult Vol. 6 Wingforce
    Heroine Brainwash 05

    Since I now love Nene Fujimori, I may have to check these out and review them! Thanks again, Markko.

    @Eagle – Thank you! I appreciate it. I really enjoyed reviewing this one. The actress and her butt are indeed worthy of the highest praise.

  • Aug. 11, 2011 at 11:35 pm

    I actually caught a clip of this on youtube a couple months ago, only about 6 minutes, and I was very impressed. And the girl was ohhhh so fine…her acting was good too

  • Aug. 12, 2011 at 8:30 am

    great to see Zen/Giga reviews, the foundation of this blog, returning HM. I too was mesmerized by Fujimori’s @$$cheeks, especially when she was undergoing electro-torture. Zen/Giga have reused this @$$-outfit at least 2 other times (in AOH torture scenarios at least).

    HM-let me know if you want me to submit a review for another @$$-laden Zen movie that came out recently which had an amazing outfit but unfortunately not as much torture

  • Aug. 18, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Yes, I’d LOVE some Zen reviews. See I’d buy a lot more ZEN if they were cheaper, but valuewise they are still pretty great. I’m just afraid of making a bad purchase and getting a not so good movie which has happened a few times. But some episodes were more than worth their money. So if I knew ahead of time how an episode was going to be, it would make buying from them a lot easier. Its not like with NGC where I’m pretty much going to buy every episode.

  • Aug. 20, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    Hey, HM dude,

    I had no idea you had such sense of humor. Probably your review is more enjoyable than the real thing…

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    Aug. 20, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    @Sam – Thanks! I had a lot of fun writing this review. Probably because I like the movie so much. :)

  • Aug. 22, 2011 at 12:40 am

    Sorry HM, I have to disagree with you on this one. I checked it out and it was “OK”, but not as great as you describe. I guess gentlemen can disagree… Giga certainly did a good job in ‘beating a dead horse” here; the torture part does get tired after 10, 20 minutes. 40 minutes of torture is a bit overkill in my opinion.

    My real problem is that there is really no plot, no character development. I need a compelling story to stay engaged. I want to know who the heroine is and why I should care about her: Character development. Why can’t we get some Academy Award worthy superheroine peril movies ?? Sigh… The Giga “Superlady” is the only one so far that fits my bill. (there are people who buy Playboy for the articles…)

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    Aug. 22, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    I’m sorry you didn’t like the movie, Sam. You’re quite correct that there is very little character development in the movie, and that it is very much torture-intensive, as I mentioned in the review. However, I have to respectfully disagree that the lack of character development is a “bad” thing for this movie (and for other movies in this genre).

    I feel that while a “traditional” movie must establish the characters’ identities, desires, etc., in order to draw the viewer into the story world and evoke empathy and that sort of thing, I do not feel that is necessarily the case with heroine peil/fetish videos. The function of these films is entirely different, and, in my humble opinion, Giga movies (and others) do not need to rely on the traditional conventions of movie-making, like character development, plotting, three-act story structure, etc., to the extent that “traditional” movies do. I feel that simply having an attractive actress in a sexy superheroine-style outfit is enough to get the viewer 85% there when it comes to establishing who that character is. We know who superheroines are, we know what they do, what they want, etc., and these movies use our recognition of what you might call that character “archetype” to fulfill the particular function(s) of these films. The ways that these films manipulate our generic expectations are genuinely fascinating to me.

    So anyway, about your point, it’s perfectly okay that you didn’t care for the movie, of course. :) You’re right that gentlemen can disagree. I’m sorry you didn’t like it, and I hope you don’t feel that the review was misleading. I stand by my opinion that this is one of the best Giga movies out there, but opinions on these things can vary to such an extent that a lot of viewers might not care for it at all. Some want more “story,” some want less, some want more torture, some want more sexual abuse, some want a different costume, or a de-masking, or more stomach punching, or longer hair, or high heels, or stockings, or no stockings, or no shoes, or a whipping scene, or more low blows, etc… So it’s hard to judge. All I’ve done is explain why I happen to like this movie a lot, but not everyone will agree with me, of course. Nevertheless, I’m glad you shared your opinion, even if you felt the movie was disappointing.

  • Aug. 23, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    I ended up grabbing Heroine Brainwash 5 and it’s definitely two-thumbs up. Good call on this actress.

  • May. 14, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    This video on sale for US$19. Good time to snap it up.

  • Oct. 7, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Hi I bought this video on the recommendation of the review on this site and I must concur whole heartedly with you HM, DrZod and Eagle. Nene Fujimori has the best ass on the planet! Really! if there is an award for awesomeness of ass this girl should get it. It is the seventh wonder of the world! Presented in all it’s glory… practically on a plate… thought-out the entire length of this movie.
    The rest of the movies some crap about space robots and glowing disembodied aliens and what not (get the English subtitled version or you’ll have no chance of following it… unless of course you speak Japanese.) but who cares about that? it’s got Nene Fujimori ass in it so buy it. ‘Nuff said!

  • Mar. 10, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Nice review. Personally, I think the best movies are those in the platinum series and those directed by Ginta Jinji.

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