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In DEATH NOTE findet der hochbegabte Student Light Yagami ein scheinbar versehentlich weggeworfenes schwarzes Notizbuch, nichts ahnend wie sehr dieser Gegenstand sein Leben verändern wird. Das „Death Note“ verleiht Light die Fähigkeit, die Gesellschaft von Schwerverbrechern
zu befreien. Die folgende Mordserie, die Light unter dem Pseudonym „Kira“ begeht, weckt die Aufmerksamkeit eines Meisterdetektivs, der sich zum Schutz vor Kiras/Lights Fähigkeiten nur „L“ nennt und sein Aussehen geheim hält. Zwischen den beiden Widersachern entbrennt ein
außergewöhnliches Katz-und-Maus-Spiel, bei dem Light immer mehr die Kontrolle über seine tödlichen Fähigkeiten verliert...
Laufzeit: 127 Minuten
Produktionsjahr: 2006
Darsteller: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Ken'ichi Matsuyama, Asaka Seto;

In DEATH NOTE – THE LAST NAME eskaliert die Situation um das „Death Note“ als ein neues Todesbuch auftaucht, welches in die Hände der jungen TV-Moderatorin Misa Amane gelangt. Da Misa ein großer Fan des berühmt-berüchtigten Kira ist, eifert sie seinen Taten umgehend nach, wobei sie die Unterstützung des Todesgottes Rem erhält. Ihre Fähigkeiten sind sogar noch ausgefeilter als die von Kira, denn ihr reicht schon ein einfacher Blick auf ihre Opfer, um deren Namen zu erkennen und sie mit Hilfe des Buchs zu töten. Während dessen möchte Light Yagami sein „Death Note“ am liebsten weitergeben und mit der ganzen Sache abschließen. Doch dann kreuzen sich die Schicksale von Light und Misa, was natürlich nicht ohne schwerwiegende Folgen bleibt...
Laufzeit: 135 Minuten
Produktionsjahr: 2006
Darsteller: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Takeshi Kaga, Shido Nakamura;

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Harry Potter to movies, now Death Note to movies 8 de marzo de 2008
Por Jonathon Pierce - Publicado en
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I went into this movies somewhat similar to how i went into the Harry Potter films. I went in thinking it would be line for line image for image. And when I got about a third into it i was mistaken. Now I feel that Death Note, the live-action film gave the Manga/Anime the credit it needed. It followed the characters and the basic story line. It also did change some key elements. Such as Raye's wife, and his girlfriend. But in all understanding it made sense. To do this made it more time effective. If you are coming into this movie expecting it to be the anime series with real people, you shall be sadly mistaken the film running at 120 minutes would never be able to cover 37 twenty-two minute episodes in that time frame. thus it was broken up into about 4 hours compressing the story and trying to keep it's key elements.

I have yet to see Death Note: The Last Name, but I hope to soon purchase it and see how they do the rendition for the rest of the story.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Must Have for any fan of the manga and anime series. 1 de septiembre de 2008
Por Casey W. Newman - Publicado en
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The Live action version of Death Note definitely shows the side of Light Yagami they couldn't show on the anime series. Having Light as a college student was a much better choice than what the manga and the anime series had him as a high school which a more creepy scary element to it. This Light is simply sick and tired of the way the Japanese Police Department was treating their criminals and not giving them a much harsher punishment. In this film, you cheer for Light than jeer him like in the series.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 14 de julio de 2016
Por Tina Pawloski - Publicado en
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My autistic daughter loves it!!
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not in English 25 de mayo de 2008
Por Meredith A. Ledford - Publicado en
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This product is listed as Language "English and French" with subtitles in English. It does have subtitles in English, but this movie is in Japanese. You will have to read subtitles. Don't be fooled by the faulty description. The movie is great. We saw it in the theater dubbed in English. We thought we were getting a movie dubbed in English since it said the language was English.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The human whose name is written in this notebook will die... 18 de junio de 2007
Por Woopak - Publicado en
Death Note is based on the popular manga(Japanese Comic) and loosely based on the anime series of the same name. I've never read the comic but I saw a couple episodes of the anime, and I have to say the Live-action version, Death Note and Death Note the Last Name does the franchise justice. This series is one of the best I've seen from Japan In a while. I will review both films because one movie while phenomenal and definitely can stand on its own, the story is very much linked together.

Plot synopsis loosely derived from the DVD cover:
In "Death Note", Tatsuya Fujiwara plays the role of Light Yagami, a genius law student who picks up the "Death Note" and uses it to "cleanse" the world of evil. Upholding justice obsesses him and he envisions himself as a god in the crime-less utopia he plans to create. As criminals continue to die in unexplainable ways, people start saying that it must be the work of a "messiah", of whom they call Kira. L, played by Kenichi Matsuyama, works for the International Criminal Police Organisation (ICPO) and is deployed to solve the Kira mystery.

In "Death Note 2: The Last Name", the story continues as Light devises a plan to be part of the Kira Task Force headed by L. While the two geniuses are busy dealing with each other, a second Death Note drops into Earth. Rem, a Shinigami, brings the second notebook and Misa Amane (Erika Toda), a pop star and Kira worshipper, comes into possession of it. Becoming a Kira herself, she accepts the offer to have the 'Eyes of the Death' which will enable her to know the name of any person without being told.

As Misa and Light work together to get rid of L, a new character, Kiyomi Takada (Nana Katase), comes into the picture as the third Kira. With the disclosure of the new rules of the Death Note, the mystery becomes more complex, with a satisfying storyline and a completely unpredictable finale.

That's just scratching the surface, as Light continues to experiment with the capabilities of the book, as well as to internalize all the rules to call upon some serious manipulation of the rules to work to his advantage. Power corrupts--What would a human being do with the power of life and death?
Man has no right to play GOD.
This film reflects why imperfect human beings should not hold such power, men are fallible, vulnerable to desires and vanity. You see an almost accurate telling of one person's corruption and descent into madness, and how a genius can seem stupid. It also tries to reflect on the different views of a society and how a small "nudge" in the wrong (or right)direction by a government or individual can affect how things are seen by its people. The issue of capital punishment is also explored in both films.

Death Note is smart storytelling, the plot twists and thrills are non-stop, each scene has a relevance to the next. The thrills/suspense are more CEREBRAL than visual. Upon watching these two films, keep in mind that this is Fantasy-horror, the "Death Gods" have that manga/anime look, they may have that cartoonish look, but they look almost exactly like in the comic. Story-wise, it is not anime, it is genre-busting, battle of wits thriller that involves the supernatural world. (Although some anime films do surpass a lot of films in plot)

I have both Death Note and Death Note the Last name, both in region-3 DTS special edition, Dual Layer originals, I believe there is no Official region-1 or 0 released. I'm not sure what is sold in Amazon.
PICTURE: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78 ratio. The picture is flawless. Colors are natural, smooth and sharp. I did not notice any artifacts.
AUDIO/Subtitles: 5.1 Dolby Digital/6.1 DTS-ES in Japanese. The sound is crisp and loud. You really have to have DTS for this film. The English subs are well-timed and well translated.
EXTRAS:Trailers, Director interviews, commentary, making of featurettes/behind the scenes. The twin pack contains a photo book.

In Closing: Death Note 1 & 2 really caught my attention. This is intelligent storytelling and for the most part, kept me on the edge of my seat. It made a good transition from comic to film. The two dvds are very much worth every penny!
These two films have been selected at the 2007 New York film festival.

Death Note I & II (The Complete Boxset) 3 disc setDeath Note: The Last Name (The Live Action Movie) DVD

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