Sailor and the Seven Ballz
There is an invitation from what I assume is a wedding between Usagi and Tuxedo Kamen from Sailor Moon. It turns out to be just a big free-for-all sex party.
I have often questioned the reasoning for the existence of various titles, from the worst tentacle hentai to the dreariest of wish-fulfillment porn fantasies. As amazing as it sounds, Sailor and the Seven Ballz isn't really related to any of those. Quite simply, Sailor and the Seven Ballz is what is the result of a drunken, barhopping rave followed up by liberal viewing of hentai anime at someone's home as the aftermath.
At some point, someone must have uttered the words "Psh! I can do better than that."
I sit here, nearly two years later after watching this one for the first and the last time, and try not to think too much about what mindset it must have taken to simply come up with what this title has to offer. Clearly, the person (or people) in question is a Sailor Moon fan (or maybe not, which would actually explain a few things). Then, there's some Dragon Ball Z characters thrown in for good measure. Add in a slew of other characters from other shows and games, though the latter seems to be limited to raw porn fodder.
I can only imagine how the pre-production meetings must have been like.
"Ok, so we're gonna make this one about the Sailor Girls and the Dragon Ball Z guys. So, what's it gonna be about?"
"Well, let's just have them meet up and... you know, have sex."
"Ok. So, how are we gonna set the characters up? What motivations do they have and what directions of fate will bring them together?"
"Screw that. I just wanna see them get down and dirty."
As an aside, the creators of Sailor and the Seven Ballz manage to scrounge up something about a wedding, though you don't really see anything of or about that in the duration of the entire OAV. The sole reason this title was created was so someone could bring their fantasies to life -- seeing other anime and game characters having sex with each other. Still, the sheer ridiculousness of the show pretty much provide the entertainment it has, whether it's because Tuxedo Mask (or whatever you call him) sits in his room, masturbating to his never-ending supply of surveillance screens featuring SOMEONE either naked or doing the nasty. His expression is PRICELESS, as is his... er, ejaculation. (Let's just say he probably spends as much time wiping off his entire wall's worth of monitor screens as masturbating to them.)
Another amusing scene would be where our DBZ heroes make their way to the
Sadly, that's all the amusement this title has to offer. The rest simply degenerates into a huge mess of an orgy, featuring well known or lesser known characters humping it up left and right. And no one is safe. If I remember correctly, I think I saw Belldandy being thoroughly violated by Terry Bogard. And that's certainly not the end of it.
It IS the end of the review, though. I seem to remember something vague about the Dragon Ball (the actual BALL, that is) bouncing around and turning some of the Sailor girls into she-males, but I'd rather not reminisce or elaborate any more on that. It IS worth watching at least once for its sheer ridicul-o-power, but only if you can find it rather easily. It's not worth getting particularly worked up over, that's for sure.
Utterly hilarious in its own crapitude. Must be viewed once, and only once, by anyone who liked stuff like... say, South Park. — Stig Høgset
Recommended Audience: There's sex, which is just about it. In fact, this title is nothing but sex. But, like me, you'd want to see this for the bad quality and the parodies, right?
Version(s) Viewed: VHS, English dialogue
Review Status: Full (1/1)
Sailor and the Seven Ballz © 2002 MMG Productions
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