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Jewel Hunter Lime BEM (2001)

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Studio: Anime Works
Genre: Anime, Comedy Anime
Running Time: 90 min.
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
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There is another world alongside ours. It is a world of demons and all manner of peculiar creatures. Strange monsters known as BEM's have escaped from the other world, and the have possessed the indignant spirits naturally occurring inside of everyday items. To stop them, Lime emerges from the other world with a heart full of honesty and a head full of air! She may not be the brightest being from the other world, but she means well. With her magical powers and gorgeous body, she's determined to rid earth of the insidious BEM's!

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Yay! by Cosplayer November 30, 2003 - 7:37 AM PST
5 out of 9 members found this review helpful
Hey! This so rocked! hey, I know I'm not saying anything usefull, but still...anyone who was remotely interested in any of rumico takahashi's works is obligated to see this! I think this is one of the best htings I've gotten from greencine so far. SERIOUSLY!

Okay...there's too much fanservice, way too much, but try and overlook that. This is one of the most rumiko esk things I've ever seen! The ending theme sums it up pretty well. "Omg, he looks so hot in that light...AH WHAT AM I THINKING? POOGIE! GET THE PERV!" Plus the whole issue with the purse is pricless. He was trying to do a bad thing so he could reach enlightenment, but everyhting went hopelessly wrong. classic.

It's hilarious, henti, demon ridden, possibly romantic, and by Rumiko Takahasi. See it.

Somebody give me an aspirin, please! by IronS November 6, 2003 - 10:06 PM PST
2 out of 7 members found this review helpful
That first episode just about killed me. Take the worst arguments of Akane/Ranma and Inu Yasha/Kagome, lower the IQ by 50 points and that was what the interactions of Lime and Bass were like. My boyfriend left the room in disgust. Then he would holler from the other room for me to stop watching and to send the DVD back. I grimly watched on, unwilling to give up on something I had placed in my queue higher than other more worthwhile titles (maybe it'd make more sense in the subtitled such luck). Fortunately, the other two episodes were not as trying - either that or my standards were bludgeoned to unconsciousness. Lime quit screeching so much at Bass and Bass quit whining so much about her screeching. Whew. Besides being able to change their appearance and to absorb a lot of physical punishment, what were their powers exactly? Whatever.

I would say this is more risqué than Three's Company (gasp, what's that doctor doing to Lime?), but that's about it. I wouldn't say that I hated it, but I certainly would not watch this again. My boyfriend's comment "that was Rumiko Takahashi's early work, right?" says it all.

GreenCine Member Rating

(Average 5.58)
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Anime Class
take out your text books and setle down, it's time to become anime littereate! (I can't spell)
A bunch of stuff by random manga-kas who rock!
yeah...the title says it all...The only thing they have in common is that they rock and are the most famous anime dudes in the bis!

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