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Editor's NoteFans of the anime-influenced action of DEATH NOTE will find their questions answered in this live-action sequel. Here, Light Yagami has become a member of the team that is in charge of tracking down "Kira," a vicious serial killer. But L suspects that the new addition to the team is the person they're searching for, and Light now wants to kill L using the Death Note book. DEATH NOTE II: THE LAST NAME continues the blend of action, thriller, and horror that the first film began.
Death Note: The Last Name - DVD Review
By: Don Willmott filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 2/4/2009 8:25 PM
|Although the Japanese manga-derived Death Note was met with a disappointing two-star review here at Filmcritic.com, I'm inclined to be a little more generous to its sequel, Death Note: The Last Name, if only because Japanese pop culture is pretty cool in general and the film has plenty of style, if not mind-bending substance. Both films revolve around the dreaded "Death Note," a thin paper book dropped from the heavens by a demonic "reaper," depicted in the movie as a ten-foot-tall CGI-generated winged monster that looks like a cross between the Joker and Keith Richards. Once you possess the book, you simply write someone's name in it and he dies how and when you describe....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Shusuke Kaneko - Director|