Updated with review! Amazing Girl features Cali Logan as the titular superheroine, whose powers remain somewhat mysterious to me even after watching the movie, but who looks as good as just about any superheroine in any video. I didn’t enjoy Amazing Girl quite as much as Liberty Girl – The Return, but it’s still a fun superheroine adventure.
We begin with a sexily-attired Amazing Girl asleep on the couch, apparently being troubled by a dream in which the villainess, played by Alex David, gets on top of her and starts putting the moves on her. I thought this was a very well done sequence with nice sound design and a purple-ish hue to signify the dream state. If you’re a fan of both ladies, then you should love this scene, even though things never proceed beyond a PG-13 level.
Next, the opening credits are displayed as Cali/Amazing Girl gets some stretching and jogging in as a part of her exercise routine. This doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the plot, but it’s a nice reason to give Cali Logan another sexy outfit to wear. Amazing Girl takes a shower (off-screen), and when she emerges, an evil-looking henchman awaits her in her living room. (It was nice of him to wait so patiently.)
This leads to the film’s first fight scene, which is pretty well done. The choreography could use some work, but it’s a nice scene—mostly because the henchman removes Amazing Girl’s post-shower towel during the fight, leaving her to continue the fight in her bra and panties. (Thank you, henchman, for respecting the rules of heroine-peril movies—always leave the heroine wearing as little as possible.) Amazing Girl fends him off pretty well, especially after her transformation into Amazing Girl, and eventually returns him to the evil base, where the evil Alex David (as The Succubus) awaits her.
Amazing Girl attempts to apprehend Ms. Succubus, but has apparently underestimated her evil powers. Amazing Girl is weakened and is then slapped by The Succubus and them pummeled by her henchman (who undoubtedly wants revenge for his earlier defeat). This scene features a face slap, a throat lift, a kick to Amazing Girl’s succubus (a low blow), tons of belly punches, and a lift-and-carry sequence.
Amazing Girl awakens to find herself bound to a table. The Succubus arrives and taunts Amazing Girl before (I swear I’m not making this up) draining Amazing Girl’s power through her vagina. This leads to a long sequence in which Amazing Girl is forced to orgasm, to the delight of The Succubus, who appears to be having a positively wonderful time herself. The Succubus leaves a “parting gift” for Amazing Girl, and this doesn’t exactly leave things open for a sequel, but in the heroine peril world, anything is possible.
I did enjoy Amazing Girl for a couple of fight sequences, and would recommend it for fans of Cali Logan, bpd, and Alex David. The main “thrust” of the plot is The Succubus’ sexual obsession with Amazing Girl and her powers, and the lengthy final sequence may not interest viewers who aren’t into the overtly sexual aspects of these films, but Cali Logan looks great either way, and Alex David makes a good villainess. There are a couple of technical glitches (mostly auto-focus related, resulting in a few soft/blurry close-ups), but that’s small potatoes, especially when so many superheroine videos are filmed with a cheap camcorder in someone’s garage. Here, an attempt is made to create a convincing story-world, and for the most part, it succeeds.–