already posted in the diary, but here goes with caps
Pretty Maid Cafe
From the director of Cat Girl Kiki comes another love story, only this time without fantasy elements. Well, without supernatural fantasy at least. A geek falls in love with a maid after a massage session (they provide such services nowadays, too). The humour is good, and the love story cute for the most part, but thereâ€™s an unnecessary stalker sub-plot. Unlike in the other two Akihabara films, thereâ€™s no special appearance by a former av-star, meaning no skin on display. The lead lady, Kotono Higashi, however takes it to pretty strong gravure line, which should be obvious at latest in the scene where she wears red bikini while exercising. Unfortunately she later slipped into av. A real shame, as her performance here packs a very decent amount of cuteness. Youâ€™d think that wouldâ€™ve been enough to earn her a living in the model market… or as the most popular maid in Tokyo.
So, Kiki remains the best film in the trilogy, followed by Maid Cafe.