Case Closed Zero The Enforcer Blu-ray

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About Case Closed Zero The Enforcer Blu-ray

Case Closed Zero The Enforcer is an anime film directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa.

TOKYO TREMBLES. CONAN COMES CALLING. IT'S ZERO HOUR!

Kogoro Mouri, private investigator extraordinaire, is behind bars! The well-liked but bumbling P.I is linked to a mysterious explosion at Edge of Ocean, Tokyo's new cutting-edge technology district, and the proposed site of the international Tokyo Summit. Enter Shinichi Kudo, master detective, who still suffers from an age-reversing drug and masquerades as the much smaller master detective, Conan Edogawa!

Conan is intent on solving the case and freeing the father of his dear friend Ran, but as he uncovers a mysterious suicide and encounters some puzzling friction between two of Japan's law enforcement agencies, seemingly every single internet-connected device in Tokyo, all the way up to washing machines and cars, suddenly malfunctions. A Dangerous hacker is afield, pushing a deadly grudge, and to catch them Conan will need to enlist the help of the head of Japan's Public Security Division: Zero, the Enforcer.

Zero the Enforcer is the 22nd feature film adventure starring Gosho Aoyama's world-famous young Detective Conan, who employs wits, wordplay, marvelous inventions, and a tight circle of charming and eccentric friends and allies to solve all manner of mysteries. In this twisty tale, the Internet of Things may not live up to the hype, but thanks to Conan and his friends, one truth will surely prevail!

Details

  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Mystery
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 101
  • Year Created: 2018
  • Release Date: 9/29/2020
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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Thrilling, intense, and dark entry in the Detective Conan film series. Excellent release!

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I'm a longtime Detective Conan fan, voracious manga reader, own Funi's sets/movies, weekly Crunchy watcher. I've been dying for more (legal) content for years. Some Conan movies are stronger than others, but they're all enjoyable, if a little formulaic. This was one of the few I hadn’t seen. It’s a strong entry, and I'd rank it fairly high.

It's high stakes. Kogoro is accused of a crime he didn't commit, and it follows through on making that feel very real. Emotions run high, appropriately so given how personal the story is for the main cast, without devolving into melodrama or OCC-ness. This is one of the more "real", grounded, and serious of the Conan movies.

Does it have over-the-top set pieces and explosions? Like any Conan film, of course. But the sense of tension stayed pretty consistent throughout. Even the lighter, sillier moments didn’t feel too out of place. The rest of it more than carried through.

More, please! I’ll even buy movies 1-6 again if it means I get the rest!

Difficult For Newer Fans To Understand

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My experience to Case Closed is limited to the first 20 or so manga and movie 3. Because of that I found it difficult to understand the importance of the character Zero, and what exactly he does. My understanding is that he appears later in the series and that he is a somewhat complicated character, but that was not enough to help me follow along with the plot.

There was also the issue of understanding the two branches of the police force. It wasn't until the end of the movie that I understood that the second branch was basically the FBI. While that cleared up some confusion, this and the previous point made the movie feel both long and confusing.

I don't think this is a bad movie, but I also think that people who are not familiar with Zero should hold off. I'm sure I'll end up re-watching this movie later and really enjoy it when I'm more familiar with the characters.

If you're deep into the series, give it a buy. If not hold off for a little while longer.

A combination mystery and spy thriller

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I am always amazed how consistently good Detective Conan is year after year and this addition holds up brilliantly. All the players are here from the Kogoros to the Professor and the Detective Boys.
When terrorist activity is suspected and all clues point to it being Ran's father Conan steps in to figure out who and what is behind everything.
The dubbed voices and translation threw me a little, but a second watching subtitled was awesome.

more plz

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im a die hard fan of detective conan so when i saw this movie was coming out i freaked lol i cant wait to see more cases of conan to come out!!!!