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The original Death Note was brilliant; this movie is a dull glow in comparison. While the overall theme comes across, many viewers will search the individual elements of the plot quite a bit more hard to follow and less cohesive to the movie overall. There seems to be a lot of needless filler. Neither the plot nor characters are as sharp and clever as the original KIRA or L. There is nowhere near the special personalities of the two, nor much viewer compassion for any of the characters. In truth, it struck me that the main stars of this movie were the Shinigami, which were far more interesting than the live characters.There is a tendency of viewers to compare follow-up movies with the original and that is perhaps unfair... but it is also inevitable. Imagine a Sherlock Holmes movie in which the intelligence, attention to feature and twist-of-plot is missing; is it really Sherlock Holmes any longer? That considered, is a Death Note film without extraordinary chess-like moves by the main characters really Death Note? In the end I was disappointed in the movie and felt it should have been two hours better spent.
As a Death Note fan, I was excited when a fresh movie is green-lighted. It is only soon when it is revealed as a sequel to Death Note: The last name. Though doubtful, I was still looking forward to see how the saga of Kira should be continued. Crafted as an original story, the first trailer looked intriguing. So how does the final product fare? Death Note: Light up the fresh globe is a decent installment to the famous franchise, paying homage to the franchise. Although it is a sequel, it should easy be a stand-alone movie with all the fresh characters. It may not match the standard of the first two movies directed by Shusuke Kaneko but it is a step up from Hideo Nakata's L: Change the world.The story: Set 10 years after Death Note: The last name, Shinsuke Sato (Director of Gantz) goes straight into the thrills as he opens with a killing rampage in Tokyo. He keeps the pace brisk without slowing down for character's development. The viewers will be thrust into the middle of the cat-and-mouse chase. I think it will be useful to watch Death Note: Fresh Generation, a mini-series that is the prequel to this. The fresh characters are interesting enough but nothing beats Light and L. The third act falls to Shinsuke's familiar territory. A thrilling chase followed by an action-packed climax with revelations. Some twists may be a tiny surprised but if you know Death Note, it wouldn't come off as a large surprise. Shinsuke directs with enough thrills to hold the movie afloat. Acting is alright. The characters are fighting for their own screen time. None of the characters stand out. Even Ryuk, the iconic shinigami, has limited screen time. Melody is throughout and adds to the thrills.Overall: It may not keep a candle next to first two movies in term of smartness and thrills but it is decent enough to warrant a watch. It is definitely not boring and the CGI has improved a lot. The CGI of the three shinigamis feel more realistic and organic. Is it worthy of being in the Death Note franchise? I would tell a 'Yes'. It ends with a common cliffhanger and I wouldn't seeing Death Note taking a fresh direction. But it will have to wait until this movie is deemed as successful. Meanwhile, let's see if the Hollywood makeover in 2017 is worthy of its title.
If you've never heard of L, Light, Kira, Misa, Ryuk or for that matter the Death Notes, then we recommend that you catch up with the first three films of the 'Death Note' movie franchise before watching this fourth chapter. Oh yes, despite set ten years after 'Death Note 2: The Last Name', this fresh instalment by 'Gantz' and 'I Am A Hero' director Shinsuke Sato draws heavily from its predecessors – among the key members of the task force set up to investigate the fresh rash of Death Note murders is Ryuzaki (Sosuke Ikematsu), an Interpol officer who has inherited L's DNA and therefore not only his spiritual but also biological successor; the main nemesis is also codenamed 'Neo Kira' (or 'New Kira'), after the nick that Light uses to execute his own brand of vigilante justice; and last but not least, there are appearances by L, Light, Misa and Ryuk in both physical and digital form to draw reference to their legacy from the earlier movies.It is therefore somewhat inevitable that 'Death Note: Light Up the Fresh World' is compared vs the earlier Shūsuke Kaneko's duology, but unfortunately that comparison does no favours to this recent addition. Central to the thrill of the first two 'Death Note' films was the war of wits between L and Light, every of whom recognized the imperfections of the existing system of law and order but had fundamental disagreements over how to create things right – and between them of course was the death god Ryuk, who had his own ambitions but was ultimately constrained by the guidelines governing the gods assigned to the 'death note(book)'. That same cerebral tension is sorely missing in this adaptation, which struggles to summon the same lvl of cleverness in the to-and-fro between Ryuzaki and Yuki Shien (aka the 'Neo Kira'); neither do we search the same exchange of intellectual plotting between Ryuzaki and his fellow bright-eyed investigator Tsukuru Mishima (Masahiro Higashide), who have their fair share of run-ins given the former's unconventional methods.Worse, in trying to be smart, Sato and his screenwriter Katsunari Mano tie the narrative in some implausible twists and turns especially in the last half-hour. The so-called 'Neo Kira' turns out to be someone else. Mishima is not quite who he tells he is. Ryuzaki 'cheats' death in a related method that L used to trap Light. And one of Mishima's teammates turns out to be the vengeful sister of a victim who died at the hands of the 'Neo Kira'. As fast-paced as these revelations come, they come off unconvincing. Are we supposed to agree that Ryuzaki can just waltz into the Metro Police's headquarters and break Mishima out of detention, after he is accused by his superior of withholding critical notification from the investigation? Are we supposed to agree that the both of them can then access the same headquarters' vaults to retrieve one of the 'death note(books)' the Police has managed to retrieve? Indeed, there is a blatant disregard for logic as the movie tries to stay one step ahead of its audience, but the surprises are just too far- fetched.Without sufficient hero work between Ryuzaki, Mishima and Yuki Shien, it is cute much left up to the plotting to sustain interest throughout its two-hours plus runtime. Admittedly, things do begin off intriguing as not one but six notebooks are found to be circulating around the globe – which is the reason for a Russian prologue that sees a doctor explore one of them and unintentionally cause the death of one of his close friends/ patients – but, for obvious budgetary reasons, these notebooks quickly and inexplicably search themselves in Tokyo, Japan, which the taskforce comprising of only Japanese is assigned to track down. A cyber-terrorism url that should have taken the storyline in a new fresh direction is also under- developed, such that the narrative is reduced to no more than a police procedural around the hunt for the 'Neo Kira'. There is a fair bit of excitement no doubt, but the fact that the proceedings unfold on a much smaller scale is inevitably disappointing.Sadly too, the combined talent of Higashide, Ikematsu and Sada cannot quite create up for the considerable absence of Kenichi Matsuyama and Tatsuya Fujiwara (who had played L and Light respectively). There is a palpable sense of joy seeing them on the screen, which promptly evaporates once we realize that they are no more than cameos. The advances in CGI have made the 'shinigamis' (or 'death gods') look much more imposing and humbling though, including a white female one called Arma (voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro) that forms an intimate connection with Ryuzaki. But besides Ryuzaki and Arma, the bond between (notebook) bearer and god (including that between Yuki Shien and Ryuk here) is hardly fleshed out, lacking therefore the nuances which characterized that between Light and Ryuk in the previous two movies.As an addition to the movie franchise, 'Death Note: Light Up the Fresh World' pales in comparison is probably the weakest next to 'L: Light Up the World'. There is no exposition on the philosophical conundrums of the Death Notes, of being able to judge and decide who lives and who dies, nor for that matter of how that power changes its wielder (as it did Light). There is also tiny intellectual machination that the earlier two movies had, or hero intricacies that made L and Light such complex and fascinating characters in their own right. In zone is a fitfully exciting police procedural that only becomes more and more ridiculous as it tries to outwit itself, ending on a predictably launch note that leaves the chance of a sequel all but inevitable. Alas, its very game proves a misnomer – not only does it not light up a fresh beginning, it cute much casts a dull shadow on the franchise by expending much of the goodwill built up by its far superior predecessors.
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