So, we finally have it: The McG directed video with Kirsten Dunst, Akihabara Majokko Princess. Warning, this may not be suitable for children and may be NSFW – there are 2D boobies drawn a lot of places:
I lamented the fact that she was doing this a while ago
- Kirsten Dunst is REALLY trying to get me to like her…
- Kirsten Doesn’t – Attacking My Otaku Sensibilities Even Further
I’m glad to see she didn’t disappoint my low expectations. Or, maybe I’m sad that she lived up to my low expectations. In any event, if I was one of the Japanese near her I’d clock her really hard with my magical briefcase.
What I did find interesting was that this was produced by Takashi Murakami. I mean, this should have been something pretty spectacular and I’m left feeling empty. The feeling is similar to consuming one of those big bowls of instant ramen that you get at the supermarket: it seemed like a good idea at the time but now I feel like my blood wants to leap out of my body and bitch slap me.
Ugh. She hurts my otaku-ness. Kirsten Dunst is no longer young enough, pixie-ish enough, nor stacked like a brick shit house-enough to play a ‘Magical Girl’. Seriously. I’m sure in Akihabara there is some weird store that sells a laser gun powerful enough to make her blue hair explode. Kirsten Dunst, you are no Magical Girl Sammy. You are no Sailor Moon. I know Sailor Moon and you are no Sailor Moon.
Fun Fact: I thought Sailor Jupiter was HOT. Meow.
Another Fun Fact: The Vapors original version of ‘Turning Japanese’ > Incubus version > No Use For A Name version > Presidents of the United States version > this tripe.
Anyhow, I’ll stick to anime OP and EDs instead to keep me out of this funk that Dunst as left me in