Episode title inspirationsEdit

  1. "And So It Begins", the first episode of the Saban dub of Digimon Adventure
  2. Gothika
  3. The Wild One
  4. "Rock and Roll All Night" by KISS
  5. The Monkey's Uncle
  6. A View to a Kill
  7. The Longest Yard
  8. ...So I Married an Axe Murderer
  9. Goodbye, Mr. Chips
  10. "Another One Bites the Dust" by Queen
  11. "The New Kid on the Block"
  12. It's Alive!
  13. Custer's Last Stand
  14. The Wild Angels
  15. Repo Man
  16. Citizen Kane
  17. Bullitt and its source material, Mute Witness
  18. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
  19. Shifting Sand Land
  20. Meet the Parents
  21. Meet the Fockers
  22. "Live Alive", the 12th episode of Haruhi Suzumiya (1st season)
  23. Death Wish
  24. A line spoken in The Sword in the Stone
  25. See 24
  26. "Possession" by Danzig
  27. "Devil's Plaything" by Danzig
  28. A Separate Peace
  29. "My name is Bond, James Bond"
  30. Kindergarten Cop
  31. "A Song for Meredith" by David Wilcox
  32. "Go-Go Gadget [insert gadget here]!"
  33. A Tale of Two Cities


Journey to the Digital RealmEdit

Bia's so tired of those "Something no Kuni" movies that I'm parodying that view by not setting it in a fantasy world but in a DIGITAL world! This time around, the girls and Akane Nakamura find themselves trapped inside a video game after Akane botches an attempt to hack into the school computers after hours. The girls confront her as usual, but they get sucked into the PC game that Akane was trying to hack! Now, the six will have to work together to escape this video game world, where they face laser-firing robots, deadly traps, and several minbosses before reaching the final boss, a giant humanoid called Danger Monger (voice of Kenji Utsumi).

Born to be WildEdit

This movie is more likely to appeal to Bia's tastes because it's actually set in the real world! Taking place after the Cures and Akane Nakamura graduate from high school, this film follows Shugo as she and her girly boyfriend Mitsuuru enter a street racing competition in the Big City, Tokyo. The other four Cures, as well as Akane, follow them to make sure they don't do anything reckless, as well as so they can go on their first tour of Japan (and where better to start the tour than Tokyo?). Shugo and Mitsuuru have a few practice runs in preparation for the real competition, the participants which include a former Isuten Junior High Drama Club member from when Shugo was just starting out named Hikaru Mizuki (voice of Mitsuo Iwata) and a dangerous no-holds-barred veteran called The Shinigami (voice of Takehito Koyasu), whose reckless driving endangers the three participants from Isuten. Can the threesome escape the race alive?

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