Ryuk convinces Light to use the notebook; Light writes down Doyle's name and shortly witnesses him killed in a freak accident. Also absent are the rest of the Shinigami posse who help readers understand Ryuk's backstory. Contains Volumes 1 and 2 of Death Note! Light attempts a bluff and demands to be placed in a prison cell without television for one month to prove his innocence. He tells Ryuk his plans to eradicate all violent criminals and be the godlike savior who ushers in a golden era of peace. Near ponders on how to beat Light, knowing that the one who is doing his will has shinigami eyes and that the two communicate via Takada.
The latter laments how distant he is from other people and how often they, like most people, lie. They just need people to watch it. Meanwhile, L learns of Watari's death and becomes unstable, leaving on a personal manhunt against Light, while James orders L to be detained. Within these first few scenes, Wolff and Qualley's Light and Mia show us that while these characters were germinated from the seeds of their Japanese counterparts, they're American hybrids that will blossom and grow into something familiar, yet different. No word from the Shinigami realm on how Ryuk and the rest of his ghastly cohort will appear this time, but we have a feeling they could be even creepier. The investigation team reviews the rules written in the book and finds that they can do little to get rid of it.
While Death Note isn't likely to win any major awards, it did turn out to be one of the better live-action manga-to-movie adaptations I've seen to date. It is some time until Kira begins killing again, which has L and Light thinking that Kira may be killing for monetary profit. Mia meets Light at the Ferris wheel some hours later, and they take the ride to the top. In 2007, licensed the series for a bilingual release in North America. Five pieces of are used for the series.
James threatens Kira over public broadcast but when he fails to be killed, L confronts Light about being Kira, and prepares the police to thoroughly search Light's home. But his misfortune is reversed when he meets Ryuk, a demon who gifts him the Death Note. Recommendation, by the way: Read the manga first, then follow it up with the anime if you want. You can also make a deal with Ryuk to borrow his paranormal eye power, an unearthly sort of laser vision that reveals everyone's real name and remaining years of their life floating in an eerie red glow just above their heads. If someone writes the name of a human in the book and then imagines the individual's face, that person will die.
Netflix had all the necessary tools to make something truly unique but instead we got this. In a hysterical fit, he contemplates writing Light's name. But as a Japanese-American manga fan who was expecting the worst here, I thought this movie tried to toe the line between being respectful to the source material and telling a story set in America that would be appealing and accessible to general audiences, not just the faithful. Will this western version of this popular Japanese series succeed… or will it suck? Death Note is based on famous Japanese manga. After his initial shock and fear wears off, Light is introduced to the rules of using the Death Note by Ryuk. The plot sort of followed the manga but with the many twists and turns, it was just all over the place and hard to keep up. Light Turner and Light Yagami have slightly different origin stories and very different personalities.
Light Turner is your typical misunderstood teen whose life is as miserable as his tips are frosted. Following Light's instructions, Takada asks Mikami to send her five pages of the Death Note. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the Death Note to rid the world of evil. In June 2016, joined the cast. Jika memang tidak bisa download dari sana, kalian bisa men-download langsung dari Google Drive dengan menekan yang ada di header kedua situs tersebut. Ryuk starts pressuring Light to get the shinigami eyes, but Light coaxes her true name, Naomi Misora, out of her by pretending to work for L.
His change in behavior puzzles L; Light goes from being calm to completely desperate. Wounded, Light escapes in the middle of the commotion. In July 2014, it was rumored that would replace Black as the film's new director, with Dan Lin, Doug Davison, Roy Lee and Brian Witten producing through Vertigo Entertainment, Witten Pictures and. Though it was not big here in the States, it did fairly well back home and it also did well in following the story arc. On August 2, 2016, was announced to voice the Shinigami.
At the same time, Near sends agent Hal undercover as Takada's new bodyguard. Eight businessmen then plan the next murder Kira will commit in order for the to excel in the market. What is worse, Light must now consider that he may not be the only human in possession of a deathnote. As Light's list of victims grows, his killing spree is noticed by L, an eccentric but brilliant detective. He decides that the best course of action is to get closer to L, gather more information about his true identity and keep an eye on the police.
Meanwhile, Ryuk tells Light that he is being followed. When the boy reads the book, e found out that anyone whose name is written within the book will die. For me, it became about; what do these themes mean to modern day America, and how does that affect how we tell the story. The plot of the series primarily revolves around high school student , who decides to rid the world of evil with the help of a supernatural notebook called a Death Note. While many elements of the manga are here, it's clear that Ohba and Obata's story was used as a launching point, not as a shot-by-shot guide for the entire film.