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. 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 (Originalschreibweise デスノート the Last name, auch bekannt als Death Note 2) ist der im November erschienene zweite. <
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Picking up where the first one leaves off, Light joins the task force searching for Kira in an effort to avert suspicion from himselfand get rid of L.
Added to Watchlist. The Rise of Daniel Kaluuya. When I First Saw Myself Reflected on Screen. Best Mystery Movies. L decides to send the task force, bar himself and Light, to America to test the authenticity of the 13 day rule.
With suspicion falling upon Misa, Rem is forced to kill Watari and L to protect Misa from being arrested again. Since Shinigami are not allowed to protect humans, the action results in Rem's death.
For the sake of halting the police-investigation into Kira, Light proceeds to write his own father's name into his Death Note, much to Misa's horror.
Strangely, his father doesn't die, and Light is surrounded by the police at gunpoint. L also emerges, revealing that he wrote his own name into the Death Note, scheduling his death a month in advance and becoming immune to further writings in the Death Note.
He also reveals that the Death Note Light wrote on was a decoy and that the task force did not leave for America but were surveilling Light from another location, thereby witnessing his confession and attempt to kill his father with the decoy Note.
Light, being cornered, pleads with Ryuk to kill the people surrounding him, but Ryuk decides to kill Light instead. He reveals to Light that any human who owns a Death Note is banned from Heaven and Hell, and will instead spend eternity as nothingness.
Light dies in his father's arms, begging his father to believe that his actions were for the sake of justice. The police decided to cover up the truth, and to announce that Kira killed Light and then himself.
Twenty days later, Soichiro meets L one last time before L peacefully passes away. One year later, on Light's birthday, Soichiro maintains the false story to his wife and Sayu, that Kira killed Light.
Misa also celebrates Light's birthday, loving him but having no recollection of the Death Note. The film ends with Ryuk flying around the Tokyo Tower and laughing.
The film was released in Hong Kong on November 3, , in Taiwan on November 24, , in Singapore on December 28, , and in Malaysia on January 25, , with English and Chinese subtitles.
It was dubbed into English and released in American theaters for two nights only, October 15 and 16, The film was released in Canada on December 3.
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The DEATH NOTE saga continues as Light Yagami has joined forces with L to keep the young genius from discovering that he is Kira.
But a second Kira has begun killing people and wants to join forces with the first. 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.
The complains are the same as previous: the minor characters of police investigators are left in the background and the Death Gods look ridiculous, but this time the dynamic moving of the story saves a lot.
What can I say? A definitive improvement to the first film and a great ending to the story. TianLevMajdic 8 June After first film's unexpected finale, this one continues adopting the manga storyline while adding some minor original twists, leading to a completely changed and, in my opinion, improved ending.
Although bad visual effects and mediocre acting might turn some people off. If you can look past that, and if you weren't satisfied with the original manga ending, this might be just what you are looking for.
Following directly on from the first film, 'Death Note', this film continues the story of Light Yagami and his association with Ryuuk, one of the Gods of Death.
Even longer and an even more complicated plot than the first one, this movie will really test your powers of concentration as you plough through 2 hours and 21 minutes of subtitles.
It's worth it though because I enjoyed this one slightly more. Yes, it's way too long, but it's never boring with all those plot twists. I'll tell you more after this brief summary.
Light Yagami has now infiltrated the team investigating the mysterious deaths of many criminals worldwide perpetrated by 'Kira'. The team is lead by a young genius who calls himself 'L'.
Meanwhile, a young TV presenter, Misa Amane, is presented with a second Death Note book by another God of Death, Rem. She is a fan of Kira's work and decides to use the book to find him.
Calling herself 'Kira II', she causes panic at a TV station and eventually Kira is revealed to her. She is in awe of him and the pair makes a pact and joins forces.
Misa Amane has the ability to see a person's real name and Light wants to use this ability to discover the identity of his nemesis, 'L'.
But is 'L' too clever for them? Well, I'll leave it there; with two 'Gods of Death' involved I don't want to take any chances with the Spoiler Police today.
A really well made film but, again, the animation of the 'Gods' didn't look too great on TV; maybe it was better on the big screen.
Decent performances all round, particularly from; Tatsuya Fujiwara as Light Yagami, Takeshi Kaga as Soichiro Yagami his father , Erika Toda as Misa Amane and Ken'ichi Matsuyama as the eccentric genius 'L'.
Again dealing with the subject of justice, I thought this film raised some very interesting questions. Although no real conclusions are drawn and it does tend to concentrate more on the characters than the issues it raises, I still found it an interesting watch.
There is very much a fantasy element in the film, without which it could not have worked, and so be prepared to suspend reality for a while, but if you've watched the first film you'll already know this.
Over all, I found it an intelligent fantasy crime drama with maybe a few too many plot twists and a tad over-long, but still quite enjoyable.
My score: 7. Even though I'm new to "Death Note", I still have a zeal for it. It was, I apprehended, a comic strip before.
The exciting plot attracts me a lot, I especially like the twists in it, and the truth won't come out until finish watching the whole movie.
Moreover, it also stimulates deep thoughts, and here are some of my reflections: First, what is justice?
Does it means: "to kill all the criminals"? If so, is killing a kind of commitment? Then how can you create a "Justice World" by murdering?
The method that the main character, Light, had took, in my opinion, although an effective way but a burlesque behavior. Second, is "love" a kind of stumbling block?
The main character, Light, seemed so callous that he could avail himself of the people around him to reach his goal.
As for the Devil, who has love, dies without doubt. It also shows that "love is blind". Misa, the girl who loves Light, is willing to exchange half of her lifetime, just to help Light to kill people easily.
Nevertheless, does Light really loves her? I think Misa doesn't really care about it. In the other hand, Light's father believes in his son so much that never thought of that Light is the murderer.
However, the truth is clear. Last, there are two geniuses in the movie: the greatest detective, L, and the main character, Light. They seem so alike, nonetheless, walking on different path.
I think it's really lamentable for a chance to meet a guy whose talent and personality was so resemble to us, but can't be friends.
I believe that Light and L really cherish each other. After all, I really like the movie "Death Note", it'll be great for you to go watching it.
If you have read my previous review on the first installment of Death Note, you should know how much I like the movie. The Last Name, however, pales in comparison to the first, although it is still a good movie in itself.
The weak points: Story - Sad to say, the first 90 minutes of the film was just plain boring. You do not get to see a lot of intellectual outsmarting anywhere.
The story was prolonged in such a way that you lose all interest towards the end, even though it has one hell of an ending. In addition to that, the new ending made these 90 minutes seem useless, so much so that when analyzed, the movie could actually do better without them.
June 30, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 5. Mar 15, Directors C Super Reviewer. Apr 22, 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.
We get more depth into the characters and how they feel about everything, and everyone is much smarter, making this a much more engaging film all around.
There are minor complaints I have, which I can't mention without spoiling, but I'll just say that the ending in the original source material was much better handled, rather than things just unfolding like this film did.
The direction is a bit better, the camerawork is impressive, and the script is great! I again loved watching this film for what it was, trying hard not to compare it.
KJ P Super Reviewer. Jun 17, No adaptation is perfect. To say that would be a statement that would cause complete and total chaos among all that are in love with whatever material you are talking about.
However, in terms of Death Note, while this is not a perfect adaptation, it is an improvement over the original source material. Not really. In doing so, what I have here is something that beats the original source material, makes the story much better, and in my opinion, the most definitive version of the story of Light, L, Misa, Ryuk, Rem, and the Death Note.
Shususke Kaneko is mainly who I have to thank for this adaptation and how it came out. Picking up right where the last film left off, Kaneko does not go back and reestablishes the characters.
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 start.
Masterfully balancing scenes, tensions, and the overall performances, Kaneko delivers a film, that I am bold enough to say, could actually be a contender to rival Gamera III: Incomplete Struggle or Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidora in terms of being his best.
But the best showing is of the last thirty minutes. The acting in this film is more tighter than in the first part, but that is mainly due to the adding of Erika Toda as Misa Amane.
Like with the first half, my attention goes to Matsuyama for his portrayal as L. Like I said in the review for the first half of this film I am going to have to put both Death Note films together as one film , Matsuyama 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.
With Toda and Fujiawa, I was actually delighted with how they handled their scenes with the Shinigami and not making it all look like they were an army of idiots talking to themselves.
For the special effects for the Death Gods, I still love how they decided to handle Ryuk and Rem. Mainly because they do not try to make them realistic.
That is where the fun of watching this film comes from: they just stand out in a rather nice way. With a typical director, he would have the special effects be realistic to the point that they just become creepy.
But here, they are creepy to an extant, but they have this cool factor about them that makes them entertaining to watch, plus the amount of emotion they have to the point that you start feeling sympathy and compassion for them is also something I was not expecting to find in this film.
Towards the end when one of the two main Death Gods dies, it actually pretty sad due to how much you grow to care for them, due to how much of themselves we see.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. A senior at the Franklin Military Academy in Richmond, Virginia Live Tv Deutschland Kostenlos, United States was suspended in after being caught possessing a replica Neue Drogenfilme Note" notebook with the names of fellow students. Image Gallery. Plot Summary. Erika Toda. Mein Familienplaner 5 Sterne. Kauf auf Rechnung Kostenlose Rücksendung. Tetsuya Oishi. Let's join, fullHD Movies/Season/Episode here!: films-arnaud-desjardins.com://films-arnaud-desjardins.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. 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 Kaneko. The 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. 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. Let's join, fullHD Movies/Season/Episode here!: films-arnaud-desjardins.com://films-arnaud-desjardins.com+Note+The+Last+Name&redir_token%3DmgGeUlLO02d65s7dzbX5Pw. 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. films-arnaud-desjardins.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.