Il duo riesce a rubare Little Comet ma durante la loro fuga, un cecchino prende di mira Jigen: si tratta di Yael Okuzaki, un potente assassino che prepara le tombe per i suoi obiettivi ancora prima di averli uccisi. The movie takes the rapebait Fujiko trope and I'm ashamed to admit that's what she is at this point up a step when Fujiko is set as entertainment for a bunch of pervy old men picture the club from Speed Grapher and is almost raped by a giant robot. После убийства певицы Королевы Марты на гастролях в соседней Западной Дорое отношения между двумя государствами оказываются на грани военного конфликта. The country has fortified its border after a singer named Queen Malta got assassinated in the neighboring country of West Doroa upon visit. His specialty is preparing tombstones for his targets before executing his kills. There were a few chase scenes in the film that were quite reminiscent of Redline as well. As such, Lupin caused there to be a delay in what his camera saw, causing Yael to shoot but miss Jigen, who faked getting hit in the head and dying, complete with fake blood.
It's an action movie with very little good action and too many over used and unsuccessful story props. The incidental music was alright, for what it was. His specialty is preparing tombstones for his targets before executing his kills. The country has fortified its border after a singer named Queen Malta got assassinated in the neighboring country of West Doroa upon visit. Its said that no one has survived after Yael makes a grave for that target. But oh well, the detective and samurai can be put on hold I suppose.
We get a few good cameos, and one that has me going back to watch the certain movie he or she was in. Apesar de os dois países serem inimigos, Lupin e Jigen continuam o seu plano para roubar o tesouro. As for the cast that does show up, I have to say I'm a little disappointed. Not like there's a whole period of his life he spent in America, or his youth, or anything else from his life before Lupin we could have possibly covered in an hour about Jigen, right? I suspect Lupin has the advantage, which is why I think he let her have the Little Comet gem at the end of the episode as opposed to her stealing it without him knowing. They did keep the surreal in the credit sequences. There was a lot more emotional response from myself and the characters than I expected to happen. Dizem que nenhum dos seus alvos ficou cá para contar a história.
While I certainly didn't see it meeting the same level of quality as the the original, this spin off was certainly still an enjoyable watch. It was very 1970s, but you won't understand why it has such an outdated feel until a certain end scene at which point the Jigen movie now feels like a prequel and the mood makes sense. Lupin and Jigen have their sights set on a treasure worth stealing called the Little Comet which is located in the country of East Doroa. La Reina Malta, una cantante de Doroa Este, acaba de ser asesinada en los alrededores de Doroa Oeste, provocando una tensa situación en la frontera. Plötzlich findet sich Lupins Partner im Visier des Attentäters Yael Okuzaki wider, der seinen Opfern vor deren Tod noch einen Grabstein meißelt.
Esta película es una continuación de la serie Adaptación spin-off Todos los videos están completos y funcionando, si alguno se detiene antes de terminar renueven página F5 e intenten nuevamente. On the whole, it makes for a fairly good Lupin tale. The Fujiko series did things differently and delightfully, but it presented a convoluted backstory that turned out to be a falsehood, all for a character that never really had a history to begin with Lupin deserves as much history as James Bond — it's the adventures he faces rather than his past that matter for him. The two get to a car and steal it, making their way to their hideout, where Lupin is angry about them having been shot. During the heist, Jigen almost got killed by a skilled sniper named Yael Okuzaki. They discover that even here, Yael is waiting for them, but Lupin has a plan. What the hell, so much for truth in advertising.
Lupin and Jigen plan to steal a diamond from the country of East Doroa, which has a conflict with the neighbouring country of West Doroa. I guess I just expected more. Its said that no one has survived after Yael makes a grave for that target. Initially when Jigen and Lupin get shot, that plays out in a believable means. O país fortaleceu a sua fronteira após da cantora de renome internacional chamada Rainha Marta ter sido assassinada no país vizinho da Doroa Ocidental. No personal attacks on other comenters, please.
Queen Malta, una cantante di Est Doroa, è stata appena assassinata nella vicina Ovest Doroa, scatenando una situazione di forte tensione alla frontiera. Lastly, sadly unlike Redline this film does not have a kick-ass soundtrack. Watch it because it's as good as watching one long, unimportant episode of Lupin. But if you're into calculated killer type of villain, then I'm sure you'll enjoy him just fine. The unexpected moment was having Mamo show up at the end. Lupin sends word to the underground club owner that he has the file, causing the owner to hire Jael for another job — assassinate Fujiko and Lupin.
Fujiko explains that she was working at a club and tells them not to come after her, however Lupin is determined to do just that. However, Fujiko also took the Little Comet gem from Lupin, wondering if he meant this as a present for her. They do it anyway, and end up having to struggle against a sniper known as Jael Okuzaki that has Jigen on his hitlist. Jigen se las verá con una peligrosa amenaza, Jael Okuzaki, un asesino que prepara las tumbas de sus objetivos antes incluso de matarlos, y él ha preparado una tumba para Jigen. Lupin and Jigen have their sights set on a treasure worth stealing called the Little Comet which is located in the country of East Doroa. Dem Duo gelingt es tatsächlich, die Beute an sich zu reißen.
However, what seemed like an easy job for the duo got complicated when they discovered they were the targets of a famous assassin. As much as I like Goemon, he had no place in this movie. I can suggest this to people familiar with Lupin, but I don't know if I can suggest this to new anime fans because it's very contextual around the characters involved, and not all the characters are included. That lets Jigen know that Yael is after them. Its said that no one has survived after Yael makes a grave for that target.