Keiichi has enough trouble being close to Belldandy when they're alone, but with her sisters in the picture, he's out of luck. Skuld is Belldandy's bratty younger sister, and keeping Keiichi from monopolizing any goddesses is her number one goal. The Ca
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As the broadcast series of Ah My Goddess continues, life grows more complicated for Keiichi Morisato and Norse goddess Belldandy. Marller, a demon Belldandy and her sister Urd sealed away ages ago, reappears and turns Keiichi into a motor scooter. Once Keiichi is back to normal--or as close as he's likely to get--Belldandy's younger sister Skuld arrives. As she's gadget-happy, she quickly clashes with Keiichi's mechanically minded younger sister, Megumi. The addition of these characters reduces Keiichi and Belldandy to relatively minor roles in their own series. The filmmaking is sometimes sloppy: when a glowing, rabbit-like creature steals the magic CD that gives Belldandy and Urd power over Marller, the goddesses don't even seem to notice the theft. But fans of the series aren't likely to worry about plot points. (Rated 13 and older: risqué humor, brief nudity, cartoon violence, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon
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