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    Death Note The Last Name

    Death Note – The Last Name (Originalschreibweise デスノート the Last name, auch bekannt als Death Note 2) ist der im November erschienene zweite. Death Note: The Last Name Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Takeshi Kaga, Shido Nakamura u.v.m. Death Note: The Last Name Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Takeshi Kaga, Shido Nakamura u.v.m.

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    Death Note: The Last Name ist der zweite Teil der Death Note live-action-​Filmserie. Seine Handlung beginnt direkt nach der des ersten Films und erzählt deren. Blu-ray Tipp: Jetzt Death Note - The Last Name in HD-Qualität bequem online bei Weltbild kaufen. Death Note – The Last Name ist der im November erschienene zweite Teil zu dem Film Death Note vom Juni ; sie sind zusammen eine Realverfilmung des gleichnamigen Mangas. Das Drehbuch der Realfilme stammt von Tetsuya Ōishi und Regie führte.

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    Pleasingly, DEATH NOTE 2 retains the same level of classy originality, proficient attention to technical details and high calibre acting as the first film, so I found it equally as good.

    Of course, it's not the same beast and simply repeating the formula would have been a disappointment considering the pedigree set up by the first movie.

    This time around, the plot is a lot more complex, with additional characters and all manner of twists and turns that'll have your head spinning.

    By the time the ending comes, I admit I was a little confused by everything that was going on, but it does all work out if you think about it logically.

    I'd rather watch a film with lots going on than one with nothing, and the amount of detail in this film's story almost epic in scope.

    Cast members from the first film all return in this one, and give performances just as fine too. Fujiwara and Matsuyama are given the bulk of the work and they do very well in portraying the classic battle between good and evil scaled down to just two men.

    Special mention goes to Erika Toda, who makes what could have been an irritating, one-dimensional pop star type character into a multi-layered human being.

    This time around there are two floating death gods on offer and the CGI animation is just as impressive as in the first film. Things build to a genuinely impressive climax that neatly puts a lid on the proceedings, although one spin-off sequel, L CHANGE THE WORLD, followed.

    Another god of death, a second death note, a new Kira or, perhaps two new Kira's , and the two geniuses, Light and L, working together as both allies and enemies.

    I'd say that the first movie was a little more clever, but this one adds some interesting new characters. There really aren't many better manga or anime to live-action movie adaptations, in my opinion.

    The Last Name is a smart mix of investigation, subterfuge and the supernatural, wrapped around an interesting premise. I fully recommend this dark, well-acted looooove Erika Toda sequel as well as the first movie.

    I was a little disappointed with how it ended, but that's purely because of the characters I was rooting for. I was hoping the second movie of Death Note would be better than the first one.

    Unfortunately, this one gives not many difference than the previous movie. It's such a shame that a series as good as Death Note was made into such a bland movie.

    What this movie lacks are good director, good cinematography, and good casting. Kenichi Matsuyama is the only brilliant thing in Death Note: the Last name.

    As an avid fans of Death Note manga, I think this move could be made better. My suggestion is: if you're a hardcore Death Note fans and curious to see this live-action movie, it's okay to watch this.

    If you're not, you better stay out of this movie, it won't entertain you much. This worthless piece of garbage is an absolute embarrassment and shame to the amazing anime series.

    I can only assume that a bunch of 10 year old's who've never seen the anime voted 10 a bunch of time.

    Do not waste your precious time watching this terrible live action adaptation of a GREAT anime series. Ironically, this movie does not do justice to the series at all, and in fact, tarnishes its name and may be considered evil by some.

    This works more as an advise than a proper review. Even if you're a fan of the series, stay away from this movie. And I say it because I AM a fan of Death Note.

    Read the manga from beginning to end, it's superb! I thought, after watching the movie preview, that it would as good as the manga was, or at least fun.

    I was wrong, the acting is as poor as it gets, reminding me of Japanese tokusatsu. The characters get so distorted in relation to the manga that it is painful to watch it for too long, and I don't mean that as purist fan, the characters just lose all defined personality, all traits that would make them lovable.

    Instead the movie forces you to hate them. I didn't want to, but I do. I can't really see a reason to like this movie.

    I gave it a 2 just out of sympathy for the series. This move is simply rubbish, I myself have seen the entire anime and at points during the movie I found myself lost as to what was going on.

    The plot is also jumpy and I think it would take someone about 10 goes at watching it just to get the idea of what was going on.

    It also cuts HUGE chunks of the plot out, including several key characters and then adds ones that don't even exist to begin with! I mean.. And what about when the business men were Kira?

    Oh and Light being chained to L for a substantial part of the anime? These are just a few examples I can think of. I loved the anime, I hoped that this film would be as good, however I just found it a huge disappointment and nearly turned it off half the way through.

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    Tatsuya Fujiwara Kenichi Matsuyama Erika Toda Shunji Fujimura Takeshi Kaga Shigeki Hosokawa. Ryuk Voice. Rem Voice. Christopher Britton.

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    Select a valid country. Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. Araki added that because of the importance of otherwise trivial details, this commentary became crucial to the development of the series.

    Araki said that when he discovered the Death Note anime project, he "literally begged" to join the production team; when he joined he insisted that Inoue should write the scripts.

    Inoue added that, because he enjoyed reading the manga, he wished to use his effort. In April , Death Note was licensed for publication in North America by Viz Media , [20] and the first English language volume was released on October 10, Set two years after the manga's epilogue, it sees the introduction of a new Kira and the reactions of the main characters in response to the copycat's appearance.

    The yonkoma were written to be humorous. The Akamaru Jump issues that printed the comics include Spring, Summer, Winter, and Spring.

    In addition, a guidebook for the manga was also released on October 13, It was named Death Note How to Read and contained data relating to the series, including character profiles of almost every character that is named, creator interviews, behind the scenes info for the series and the pilot chapter that preceded Death Note.

    The five finger puppets are Kira, L, Misa, Mello, and Near. In North America, How to Read was released on February 19, In the June issue of Shueisha's Jump Square it was announced that a new one-shot chapter of Death Note would be published.

    Part of the complete manuscript debuted at the "30th Work Anniversary Takeshi Obata Exhibition: Never Complete" event which ran in Tokyo from July 13 to August 12, Dream Partners and VAP.

    In North America, the series was licensed by Viz for residents in the United States to use "Download-to-Own" and "Download-to-Rent" services while it was still airing in Japan.

    This move was seen as "significant because it marked the first time a well known Japanese anime property was made legally available in the United States for domestic audiences to download while the title was still airing on Japanese television".

    Death Note was slated to make its North American television premiere in Canada, as part of YTV's Bionix block, on September 7, The series premiered in the U.

    Soon after, Bionix became a 2-hour block on Saturday nights. It is a recap which takes place after the series end, where a Shinigami approaches Ryuk in the Shinigami realm in order to learn more about the human world.

    Instead, Ryuk tells him of all the events leading up to the last story arc, about Light Yagami and his rival L. Originally, this special was advertised as a retelling told from Ryuk's point of view, but it does not give a different point of view from what was originally told.

    However, it contains updated dialog, as well as a few new scenes. Like the first special, this new compilation summarized a part of the — anime television series.

    Specifically, it recounted the final half of the suspenseful supernatural story, including the investigators Near and Mello's confrontations with the vigilante Kira.

    Several soundtracks for the series have been released. The music from the anime was composed by Yoshihisa Hirano and Hideki Taniuchi , while the CDs were also published by VAP.

    The first one was Death Note Original Soundtrack , which was released in Japan on December 21, It contains music from the series with the first opening and ending themes are sung by the Japanese band Nightmare in the TV size format.

    It features the new opening and closing themes by Maximum the Hormone in the TV size format. The tracks 1—21 were composed and arranged by Taniuchi, while the tracks 22—28 were composed and arranged by Hirano.

    The album features one track sung by Aya Hirano , who was also the Japanese voice actress of Misa Amane in the anime series.

    Several soundtracks have also been released for the live action films. Sound of Death Note is a soundtrack featuring music from the first Death Note film composed and arranged by Kenji Kawai.

    It was released on June 17, , by VAP. It was released on November 2, Published by BMG Japan on June 21, , Japan, it contains 15 tracks performed by various artists, such as Shikao Suga , M-Flo , Buck-Tick , and Aya Matsuura.

    The soundtrack came with a cosplay Death Note notebook. Published by Sony Music Entertainment Japan on December 20, , it contains 14 tracks performed by various artists, such as Orange Range , Abingdon Boys School , High and Mighty Color , Doping Panda , and Galneryus.

    A light novel adaptation of the series has been written by Nisio Isin , called Death Note Another Note: The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases.

    The novel was released by Shueisha on August 1, Beside Naomi's character, the novel focuses on how L works and one of the criminals L has to chase down.

    Insight was given into Watari's orphanage and how the whole system of geniuses such as L, Mello, Beyond Birthday, Matt and Near were put to work.

    Viz released the novel in English on February 19, It also reveals more information about L and his past. Viz released it on October 20, These are just titles, as any character can be Kira or L.

    The player will attempt to deduce who their enemy is Kira will try to uncover L's identity and vice versa. The storyline is based on the second part of the manga, featuring characters such as Mello and Near.

    The story is set before the Kira investigation in the original series. Light, Ryuk, and L appear in Jump Super Stars as support characters.

    Misa, Near, and Mello are added as support characters in Jump Ultimate Stars as well. Death Note was adapted into a series of live action films in The first two films were directed by Shusuke Kaneko and the third was directed by Hideo Nakata and produced by Nippon Television , CG production of all three films were done by Digital Frontier and distributed by Warner Bros.

    Pictures Japan. The first film, simply titled Death Note , premiered in Japan on June 17, , and topped the Japanese box office for two weeks, pushing The Da Vinci Code into second place.

    The DVD was released on September 16, , one day after the Canadian showing. A spin-off from the films named L: Change the World was released in Japan on February 9, It is focused on the final 23 days of L's life, as he solves one final case involving a bio-terrorist group.

    In August , a three-part miniseries entitled Death Note: New Generation was announced as a part of the Death Note live-action film series and aired in September.

    It bridges the year gap between the previous films and the then-upcoming film. An American adaptation was released on Netflix on August 25, It starred Nat Wolff , Lakeith Stanfield , Margaret Qualley , Shea Whigham , Paul Nakauchi , Jason Liles, and Willem Dafoe.

    It was rated by many negatively after its release, and ranked low on Rotten Tomatoes. A sequel film is reportedly in the works. There are more laughs, more questions, more surprises, and a satisfying climax this time round.

    No one in their right mind will watch this before watching the first, and if you liked the first you'll want to watch this.

    Rest assured, it does not disappoint. A Surprisingly Good Version mitsukariyasui 18 May These movies on the other hand were entertaining to the end.

    They stayed with the main plot as much as possible and delivered the memorable dramatic scenes with new live action flavor, but changed the plot without opening holes and delivered a new, believable conclusion.

    I didn't like Fujiwara much in the lead role- he's not dynamic or conniving enough to bring the role to life.

    Quite often his face seems to "give it away" when his role calls for a solid and impenetrable exterior. Matsuyama, however, takes on the ridiculously difficult role of "L" and absolutely rocks.

    Vocal tones, strange postures and movements, appearance, mannerisms, all breathe life into what was one of the best characters ever to grace manga shelves.

    Thay certainly could have done a lot worse, and they took enough film time to do the series justice. Can't wait for the American version. The movie plot was a bit different than the manga yes, and it wasn't like the one written by someone in IMDb, don't trust that one, that plot was wrong, you will know it was different when you saw the movie yet surprising!

    Though the story was changed and the movie was quite long mins , but it was still very entertaining and enjoyable, i was not bored or yawned like what i did while watching the first movie while watching the movie.

    It was also very touching too, especially the ending scene when L was talking to Raito's dad on the sofa, i nearly cried there, okay, i am serious, that part was really touching, and you actually will love L more.

    That part was so sad and touching that made me hv a dismal feeling after watching it, well, honestly, i still feel a bit melancholic right now.

    So everyone especially L lovers , don't take the movie too seriously, or you will felt really unhappy and depressed.

    GarryJohal 28 December Death Note 2 is a brilliantly done movie. It's the thriller that other movies wish they could grow up to be. I can't think of any major flaw with it.

    The acting was good, unlike some other Japanese movies which have good plots or ideas which are watered down by poor acting or special effects. It did feel quite stretched out though, it's more than 2 hours long.

    But that only made the plot that much more twisting and kept the audience guessing. The pace was brilliant and kept the movie fresh.

    Even though it was longer than 2 hours I barely felt it. It's a very entertaining and carefully thought out movie.

    The director did not screw it up by trying to outdo the anime or manga, and it didn't go up its own butt with social commentary. It was immensely thrilling, engaging and fiendishly clever.

    A very good movie from Japan, especially after years of poorly made horror films trying to ride on The Ring's success. The second part of the "Death Note" movie series, "the Last Name" starts from where the first one ended.

    Yagami Light, who uses God of Death's notebook, the Death Note, to kill criminals has joined the team of his father, Inspector Yagami, and the world's greatest detective, L, to capture Kira.

    Light, who is Kira, is motivated by his need to discover L's true name, so he can get rid of the detective. Meanwhile L is certain that Light is Kira, but without evidence he can't do anything but wait and see.

    As if things aren't bad enough, a Second Kira appears out of nowhere, to help Kira. Second Kira is Amane Misa, a rising idol, who worships Kira and has her own Death Note.

    Things move to their conclusion. Where first film was still somewhat slow and uncertain, the second part keeps the viewer interested its whole length: nearly two and half hours!

    The second part is also more faithful to the original manga than the first one. Greatest difference would be removing the character of Higuchi and replacing him with Takada, who in manga didn't appear until much later.

    The second movie is also the concluding one, which might be confusing since both movies together only tell the first half of the manga events. Still the finale has been cleverly turned faithful to manga, and I personally like it even better than manga ending.

    I already commented the performances of Tatsuya Fujiwara Light , Ken'ichi Matsuyama L and Takeshi Kaga Inspector Yagami in my review of first "Death Note" movie, so I'll just comment the new parties here.

    Erika Toda surprised me with her role as Misa. Although, like many other manga fans, I too would have wanted to see blonde Misa, the hair colour was the only complain I could come up with.

    Her Misa is naive but not as annoyingly air headed as in the manga, but actually makes her a believable. Nana Katase makes an okay role as an ambitious Takada, although I feel she could have done better.

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    Special financing Premium Sport Streaming. Runtime: min. I'd rather watch a film with lots going on than one with nothing, and Sonos Akku amount of detail in this film's story almost epic in scope. Takeshi Kaga. Live action disasters. And the biggest disappointment came in the form of Ken'ichi Matsuyama as L. Mainly because they do not try to make them Muttertagsgeschenke 2021. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Mello, with the Mafia's assistance, kidnaps Light's sister, resulting in his father's death during the rescue mission. The first time they met in person was at an editorial party in January Both are aware that L is dead, and thus consider Light, the current L, a prime suspect. It also cuts HUGE chunks Laetitia Colombani the plot out, including several key characters and then adds ones Rnf Life don't even exist to begin with! May 24, He just takes the film and launches it and while going on for the ride, he unleashes the paranoia and fear that Light goes into from the Klimt Die Goldene Frau. Like the first special, this new compilation summarized a part of the — anime television series. The second part of the "Death Note" movie series, "the Last Name" starts from where the first one ended. Yagami Light, who uses God of Death's notebook, the Death Note, to kill criminals has joined the team of his father, Inspector Yagami, and . Deuxième partie de l'adaptation cinématographique du manga culte "Death Note", The Last Name commence là où s'était arrêté le premier volet: Light s'apprête à s'associer au détective L tandis 3/5(K). Sound of Death Note is a soundtrack featuring music from the first Death Note film composed and arranged by Kenji Kawai. It was released on June 17, , by VAP. Sound of Death Note the Last name is the soundtrack from the second Death Note film, Death Note the Last name. It was released on November 2, Directed by: Tetsurō Araki. Death Note – The Last Name ist der im November erschienene zweite Teil zu dem Film Death Note vom Juni ; sie sind zusammen eine Realverfilmung des gleichnamigen Mangas. Das Drehbuch der Realfilme stammt von Tetsuya Ōishi und Regie führte. Death Note – The Last Name (Originalschreibweise デスノート the Last name, auch bekannt als Death Note 2) ist der im November erschienene zweite. thehandshakemagazine.com - Kaufen Sie Death Note - The Last Name günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​. Death Note: The Last Name ist der zweite Teil der Death Note live-action-​Filmserie. Seine Handlung beginnt direkt nach der des ersten Films und erzählt deren.

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    Death Note The Last Name Sound of Death Note is a soundtrack featuring music from the first Death Note film composed and arranged by Kenji Kawai. It was released on June 17, , by VAP. Sound of Death Note the Last name is the soundtrack from the second Death Note film, Death Note the Last name. It was released on November 2, Let's join, fullHD Movies/Season/Episode here!: thehandshakemagazine.com://thehandshakemagazine.com+Note+The+Last+Name&redir_token%3DTlRdTCyDb8f3sZiTdKSj1L4. Death Note: The Last Name is the second part of a film adaptation based on the manga of the same name, which was written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It was released on the 3rd of November, , and it is the second in the Death Note Series. Aside from a completely tampered with ending, "Death Note 2: The Last Name" embraces it's title and surpasses the original film in many ways, even if it strays further away from it's source material. Death Note 2: The Last Name (デスノート the Last name, Desu Nōto the Last name) is a Japanese supernatural thriller film directed by Shūsuke thehandshakemagazine.com film is the second in a series of live-action Japanese films released in based on the Death Note manga and anime series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Like I said in the review for Grace Frankie first half of this film I am going to have to put both Death Note films together as one filmMatsuyama gives a more dedicated performance than what we needed for L, and it is a shame that he is not recognized as much as he should for this film. Vox Media. With suspicion falling upon Misa, Rem is forced to kill Watari and L to protect Misa from being arrested again. Plot Summary. More Info.
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