Supergirl XXX: An Axel Braun Parody (Japanese Version)  

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8/24/2021 7:48 pm
Supergirl XXX: An Axel Braun Parody (Japanese Version)

Released by Wicked Pictures in 2016. Directed by Axel Braun. Runtime: 80 minutes.

Supergirl must save the Earth from Brainiac's invasion while breaking free from Lex Luthor's spell with the aid of Batman since Superman has lost his memory. Story Grade: C.

This movie was presumably shot on digital video. Medium Grade: B+.

While this was an ambitious project to take on with undoubtedly a limited budget, the sets were sparsely filled. The chair in Brainiac's chamber was rather flimsy when it wobbled. President Luthor spends most of his time on a set that looks like a warlock's lair or dungeon. The Batcave is incredibly small and contains a strange chair that is completely out of place. Cat Grant's office/loft had the vibe of an empty warehouse, but actually looked the best of all the sets. Set Design Grade: C-.

The Japanese version is softcore, so no genitalia is shown at all. The performers stayed mostly clothed. There was no motivation whatsoever for any of the sex scenes so they were devoid of passion. Van Wylde even appeared bored in his scene with Jessica Drake and Ryan Driller. Sexual Performances Grade: C-.

The opening scene had some unnatural sounding dialogue. Motivations were lacking in character actions. Why does Cat Grant seduce Clark and Jimmy? Why does Kara dream of having sex with Brainiac? The phony fight between Enchantress and Mercy was awful, and then they suddenly fuck? Nevertheless, line deliveries from Jessica Drake, Ryan Driller, Van Wylde, Riley Steele, and Derrick Pierce were actually quite decent. Acting Grade: B-.

Costumes were generally well done, with the exception of the Batsuit which stood out as the worst looking costume compared to all the others. Carter Cruise's face seemed rather red in the bedroom scene with Derrick Pierce. Also, how can Supergirl have pierced nipples?? Wardrobe/Make-up Grade: B.

The lighting was akin to film noir in the bedroom scene. The red lighting in the Batcave looked strange. The lighting in Luthor's lair was fine if it were a dungeon, but with his being President of the United States, it didn't make sense. The heat vision special effect was decent. Lighting Grade: A-.

The ambient sound on Brainiac's ship was okay. It was strange having no<b> background </font></b>sound in the elevator scene. The music played during the scene was hokey. There is minimal music during the sex scenes, with the exception of the final scene between Charles Dera and Carter Cruise during which music plays throughout. Sound Grade: B.

Directions to Van Wylde can be heard during his sex scene with Jessica Drake. The news feed in Luthor's lair comes to an abrupt stop. (Why is the President only watching one monitor?) A moment when Riley Steele glances at the camera remains in the movie. Supergirl's reaction to hearing a sonic beacon is weak. The sound she hears also isn't obvious. This technique played better between Gene Hackman's Lex Luthor and Christopher Reeve's Superman in 1978. Directing Grade: C+.

Given the amount of effort that went into creating this movie, along with the utilization of special effects (some working better than others), there is some definite artistic merit here. Artistic Merit Grade: A.

Overall Grade: B-.



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