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This set comes with the 2006 live-action movie adaptation of Death Note, its sequel Death Note: The Last Name, and the 2008 spin-off film L Change The World.

Death Note (2006)
Popular manga series Death Note first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2003. With its anti-hero protagonist, dark psychological themes, innovative premise, and unpredictable plot twists, Death Note was an instant hit, amassing an avid readership in its three years of serialization. It was later published in a 12-volume set in multiple languages, selling 18 million copies worldwide. In summer 2006, the film version of Death Note, starring Fujiwara Tatsuya and Matsuyama Kenichi became a blockbuster success throughout Asia.

Death god Ryuk has attracted much attention in the film. Nakamura Shidou's (Be with You) voice convincingly attributes a personality to this CG-generated character. Ryuk leaves his killing weapon, the Death Note, in the mortal world, just to see what will happen. As the instructions within the notebook clearly state, the human whose name is written in the notebook dies.

Bright and restless student Light (Fujiwara Tatsuya) picks up the notebook, and soon realizes the power that has been bestowed upon him. He adopts the name Kira (Killer) and sets about ridding the world of criminals. His callous renegade justice, however, is not tolerated by the authorities. Faced with so many unexplained deaths, the police enlist the assistance of the young genius L, whose eccentricity is aptly portrayed by Matsuyama Kenichi. And so begins a dangerous battle of wits between the mysterious L and the increasingly calculating Light.

Death Note: The Last Name (2006)
After sweeping through Japan and Hong Kong in the summer of 2006, manga-turned-blockbuster Death Note presents its thrilling conclusion in the highly anticipated sequel, Death Note: The Last Name. Topping the Japanese box office for four straight weeks, Death Note: The Last Name decides the fates of anti-hero protagonist Yagami Light and quirky, sweets-consuming detective L. Fujiwara Tatsuya and Matsuyama Kenichi, who will also be starring in an L spin-off film scheduled for release in 2007, reprise their signature roles, alongside new cast member Toda Erika and not one, but two CGI Death Gods. Full of unpredictable twists, probing mind games, and gallows humor, the film is as enthralling as it is challenging, bringing a new level of wit and tension to popcorn entertainment. Featuring a shocking new ending especially crafted for the film, Death Note: The Last Name will leave a lasting impression on viewers.

Death Note owner Light (Fujiwara Tatsuya) joins the police team in order to square off against his rival L (Matsuyama Kenichi), who rightly suspects Light of being Kira. Both Light and L are thrown off, however, when another Kira appears. A second Death Note has fallen to earth, and this time it gets picked up by idol Amane Misa (Toda Erika), who acquires the power to kill with "the eyes". An ardent Kira fan, Misa eagerly teams up with Light to outwit L in an elaborate plan, but L has more than a few schemes up his sleeve as well. Who will be the last man standing? Who will be the last name in the Death Note?

L Change The World (2008)
L returns to the big screen in the blockbuster Death Note spin-off L change the WorLd! Stealing the show with his performance in the two Death Note films, Matsuyama Kenichi reprises his fan-favorite role as the quirky genius detective with a sweet tooth and thick eyeliner. Directed by Nakata Hideo of Ring and Dark Water fame, L change the WorLd revolves around the last 23 days of L's life, shedding new light into the inner world of the awkward and endearing prodigy as he embarks on his final adventure. Though the film does reference elements from Ohba Tsugumi's manga including the school for the gifted that trained L and other one-letter detectives, the story itself is developed from an original screenplay. Running at leisurely pace on offbeat humor, L change the WorLd leaves behind the Death Note plot device in favor of more character development and screen time for everyone's favorite barefooted detective. Watch L as he chews sugar cubes, rides a bike, makes new friends, saves the day, and maybe even stands up straight!

With only 23 days left to live, L (Matsuyama Kenichi) burns the remaining Death Note and proceeds to work day and night solving as many cases and consuming as many sweets as possible. One final case is sent his way in the form of a Thai boy who alone survived a deadly virus outbreak in his village. L gets another guest when 12-year-old girl Maki (Fukuda Mayuko, Little DJ) shows up on the doorstep. Both children are connected to an Ebola-influenza virus developed by Maki's father which has been stolen by terrorists. With the terrorists hunting for Maki and threatening to unleash the virus, L is forced to leave his chair and venture out into the real world, both children in stow. The days tick down as L rushes to develop an antidote and catch the terrorists before time runs out.

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Product Title: Death Note The Complete Series (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Vicol Version) (Hong Kong Version) 死亡筆記完全版 (DVD) (中英文字幕) (域高版) (香港版) 死亡笔记完全版 (DVD) (中英文字幕) (域高版) (香港版) 死亡筆記完全版 (DVD) (中英文字幕) (域高版) (香港版) Death Note The Complete Series (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Vicol Version) (Hong Kong Version)
Also known as: Death Note / Death Note: The Last Name / L Change The World Death Note / Death Note: The Last Name / L Change The World Death Note / Death Note: The Last Name / L Change The World Death Note / Death Note: The Last Name / L Change The World Death Note / Death Note: The Last Name / L Change The World
Artist Name(s): Fujiwara Tatsuya | Matsuyama Kenichi (Actor) | Kudoh Youki (Actor) | Fukuda Mayuko (Actor) | Katase Nana | Ishibashi Renji | Sato Megumi | Tsurumi Shingo | Nanbara Kiyotaka | Kanai Yuta | Fujimura Shunji | Takashima Masanobu | Kaga Takeshi | Nakamura Shido | Hiraizumi Sei | Toda Erika | Kashii Yu | Mitsushima Hikari 藤原龍也 | 松山研一 (Actor) | 工藤夕貴 (Actor) | 福田麻由子 (Actor) | 片瀨那奈 | 石橋蓮司 | Sato Megumi | 鶴見辰吾 | 南原清隆 | 金井勇太 | 藤村俊二 | 高嶋政伸 | 鹿賀丈史 | 中村 獅童 | 平泉成 | 戶田惠梨香 | 香椎由宇 | 滿島光 藤原龙也 | 松山研一 (Actor) | 工藤夕贵 (Actor) | 福田麻由子 (Actor) | 片濑那奈 | 石桥莲司 | Sato Megumi | 鹤见辰吾 | 南原清隆 | 金井勇太 | 藤村俊二 | 高嶋政伸 | 鹿贺丈史 | 中村 狮童 | 平泉成 | 户田惠梨香 | 香椎由宇 | 满岛光 藤原竜也 | 松山ケンイチ (Actor) | 工藤夕貴 (Actor) | 福田麻由子 (Actor) | 福田響志 (Actor) | 片瀬那奈 | 石橋蓮司 | 佐藤めぐみ | つるみしんご | 南原清隆 | 金井勇太 | 藤村俊二 | 高嶋政伸 | 鹿賀丈史 | 中村 獅童 | 平泉成 | 戸田恵梨香 | 香椎由宇 | 満島ひかり | 正名僕蔵 Fujiwara Tatsuya | Matsuyama Kenichi (Actor) | Kudoh Youki (Actor) | Fukuda Mayuko (Actor) | Katase Nana | Ishibashi Renji | Sato Megumi | Tsurumi Shingo | Nanbara Kiyotaka | Kanai Yuta | Fujimura Shunji | Takashima Masanobu | Kaga Takeshi | Nakamura Shido | Hiraizumi Sei | Toda Erika | Kashii Yu | Mitsushima Hikari
Director: Kaneko Shusuke | Nakata Hideo 金子 修介 | 中田秀夫 金子修介 | 中田秀夫 金子修介 | 中田秀夫 Kaneko Shusuke | Nakata Hideo
Release Date: 2016-12-15
Language: Cantonese, Japanese
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: Japan
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1, Widescreen
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-9
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Rating: IIB
Publisher: Vicol Entertainment Ltd. (HK)
Other Information: 3DVDs
Package Weight: 130 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1055526191

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Death Note (2006)
  Weary Shinigami the Death dropped a notebook in the human world where a weary genius picked it up. "The human whose name is written in this note shall die" it said… It was the notebook of death that determined people's death.

  Light Yagami, an extremely bright elite university student who decide to create an ideal world and begins to hold the scales to judge the criminals in his discretion with the notebook. Meanwhile, ICPO (international Criminal Police Organization) has placed a mysterious detective called "L" in Japanese police force to investigate a series of the criminal cases.

  The future of mankind is at the mercy of crucial and fierce battles of the two brains.

Death Note : The Last Name (2006)
  "The human whose name is written in this note shall die."

  Light Yagami is an elite university student and a genius. When a shinigami the Death dropped 'Death Note' on Earth, Light picks it up and decides to keep it. With his father being a police inspector, Light has a strong sense of justice and is determined to wipe out all criminals using the Death Note. Dispersing justice obsesses him and he envisions himself as a god in the crimeless utopia he plans to create. As criminals continue to die in unexplainable ways, people start saying that it's the work of a 'messiah' who they call, Kira. International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO) deploys its best 'weapon,' L, the genius investigator to solve the mystery. L's superior intelligence seems a sure bet in cornering Kira. Light evades L though, by utilizing his intelligence and the mysterious power of the Death Note.

L Change The World (2008)
After solving the Kira case, another serious case confronts L and he has only 23 days left to solve it. A person who obtained the most horrible weapon, "Death God" says the same thing as Kira... "I am going to change the world". A boy and a girl hold the keys to solving the case and L faces a crisis of global magnitude to protect the kids. He is without his most trusted partner, Watari, and cannot rely on just his superb intellect to solve the case. What will happen to L? What will change? The 23 days are packed with turns of events even L himself cannot predict. The final countdown to the shocking events are about to begin!
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Professional Review of "Death Note The Complete Series (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Vicol Version) (Hong Kong Version)"

January 25, 2007

This professional review refers to Death Note (2006) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
Based on a hugely popular Japanese manga (and soon anime), Death Note offers a premise that will likely appeal to disaffected adolescents everywhere. Death Note supposes that human lives are snuffed by "Shinigami", roving ghouls who write human being's names down in a notebook called - not surprisingly - a Death Note. Bored Shinigami Ryuk (a CG creation voiced by Shido Nakamura) leaves his Death Note in a vacant lot because he's curious about the effect a Death Note will have on the human world. Luckily - or perhaps not - it's picked up by Light Yagami (Tatsuya Fujiwara of Battle Royale), a disenchanted law student who, upon learning just what the Death Note does, decides that the supernatural notebook is his key to bringing real justice to the world. Operating from the anonymity of his bedroom, Light begins a mass-murder crusade that stuns the world, and is eventually given the name "Kira" by his adoring and/or frightened public.

Meanwhile, the cops aren't so charitable of Kira's crusade. Though he only offs purported bad guys, Kira's righteousness smacks of an unchecked god complex. Immediately, Interpol is on Kira's tail, led by L, a mysterious detective who communicates with the cops through a laptop speaker. On Japan's side, the Kira case is handled by Souichiro Yagami (Takeshi Kaga AKA Chairman Kaga from Iron Chef!), a just policeman who just so happens to be Light's father. Souichiro is dedicated and smart, but he's a complete moron next to L, who launches a battle of the wits with Light that threatens to become legendary. With just one or two moves, L establishes that Kira makes his home in Japan. With a couple of extra moves, he begins to deduce just what the rules are for Kira's killing abilities. L is clearly one smart guy, but Light is pretty damn crafty himself. Can Light really beat the local cops, the FBI, Interpol, and L on his way to becoming the world's new God?

The idea of a single kid playing God is actually one of the major themes of the popular manga. In the manga, Light is portrayed as a brilliant, affluent kid who's better than his peers - and he knows it. His desire to play God supersedes any notions of morality, and justice is something that Light freely defines. The manga Light cares only about himself, and is willing to sacrifice anyone and everything in the service of his new Utopia, not to mention his massive ego. The movie version of Light makes the character less arrogant, saddling him with a girlfriend named Shiori (Yu Kashii), and linking his desire for justice to the realization that the justice system is flawed.

The creation of personal issues for Light makes him much more identifiable and likable than his manga counterpart, though it partially negates some of the source material's most interesting themes. Still, the film version compensates with a few new tweaks to the character, and Tatsuya Fujiwara gives the character an appropriate air of malevolence. Light's power clearly corrupts, but it does so quietly and insidiously, and largely through Light's ego-threatening cat-and-mouse game with L and the law enforcement types who are trying to catch him. L is eventually revealed to be a sweets-loving Goth kid played by Kinichi Matsuyama, whose quirkiness is taken directly from the pages of the manga. Matsuyama apes the character's oddball appearance and behavior perfectly, making it somewhat easy to believe he's really a genius detective. Basically, someone this weird has to be brilliant, otherwise they'd probably be ridiculed like some sort of circus freak. L is easily the manga's most likable character, and Matsuyama goes a long way towards making him likable on film too.

Still, L's success as a character is totally due to the manga, and has little to do with director Shusuke Kaneko's vision or handling. Despite deviating occasionally from its source material, Death Note is remarkably faithful to the manga, and does very little to make the manga's exposition-filled pages cinematic. The manga is tough to adapt to film anyway, since it's mainly about Byzantine rules, multi-layered mind games, and lots and lots of explaining. The exact rules of the Death Note need to be explained, as do L's investigations and deductions, Light's scheming (he talks primarily with Ryuk), and general chatter on whether or not this whole mass-murder of criminals thing is really that bad. The themes are interesting, but after a while, the constant talk can weigh the viewer down. One would think the director of the latter-day Gamera films would find some room for physical excitement. No dice. Death Note's excitement is more or less cerebral, meaning it's better to read it than it is to watch it.

But even if the manga is better than the movie, Death Note isn't a waste of time. Fans of the manga will undoubtedly be intrigued by the minor differences between manga and movie, and they're probably sold on the premise anyway. Non-fans will have to swallow the straight-faced manga silliness to suspend disbelief - which isn't as easy as it seems. Ryuk, while enjoyably voiced by Shido Nakamura, looks exceptionally fake, and Light and L's characters can be distracting because of their glam bishonen manga looks. Non-fans have to get by the deadpan cheesiness and really listen to get into the film. If they do, they can be rewarded. For all its manga-based silliness, Death Note has an undeniably intriguing premise, and Light's ways of using the note to one-up his pursuers can be fascinating. Basically, the Death Note gives Light the ability to not just kill, but also control before killing, and the elaborate deaths and drawn-out plans that he arranges can be darkly entertaining stuff.

It's the complex rules and dark revelations that ultimately make Death Note fun to watch, and towards the end of the film, Light does start to resemble the charismatic, selfish,and completely amoral being that he is in the manga. It's a good thing that the character gets on track, because Death Note doesn't even end here. The film barely scratches the surface of the manga's celebrated confrontation between Light and L, leaving the meat of that conflict to the already-announced sequel, which will appear in theaters only a few short months after the first film. Titled Death Note: The Last Name, the sequel will likely possess even more exposition and intense cerebral storytelling than the first film, plus it'll add the character of Misa (Erika Toda) - a teenybopper popstar who also possesses Death Note powers - to the already convoluted mix. Given the usual nauseating behavior by teenage popstars in Japanese anime and manga, the addition of a character like Misa to the dark live-action trappings of the Death Note films sounds like a bad idea. But if Kaneko and company can even partially adapt L and Light's battle of the bishonen geniuses, then Death Note 2 should still be fun stuff.

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Customer Review of "Death Note The Complete Series (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Vicol Version) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.2 out of 10 (12)

Hajime Mashite
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June 3, 2009

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To Moly97 Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
What you`re saying is absolutely true, and a good point as well. N is not in the movie, neither is he in the next movie. I think it`s worth pointing out that a lot of the characters from the manga are missing, so that people know that they`re not buying an a movie which is exactly like the manga in every way. Me, I had looked forward to seeing Mello...hah! Well, Moly97, I believe the child in L change the worLd is Near? I haven`t watched it yet. Still Death Note a good movie. I agree that some of the issues that we ponder upon when reading the manga take a backseat to the actual telling of the story. I believe it`s because a book will always move slower, giving us time to think, while a movie goes by a lot faster. Think of the brilliantly drawn sequence in #12 where noone spoke and we just saw various pictures of all the different characters doing their thing. It was very suspense - filled yet nothing special happened. Why was it exciting? Because time stood still, in a way it cannot do in a movie. But I love everything Death Note! It`s the ultimate story! Sorry for the long comment.
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June 2, 2009

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Suspence without violence Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
A very good movie, though I think the follow - up is better, maybe because it holds the actual solution to the mystery but also because it allowed the various characters to step forward and become more visible and real, while this first movie merely tiptoes around the possible dangers and challenges that each character represents. I think perhaps they could have made the two movies one but then again, I love collecting these movies in every variety so...I love L , he is the reason why this film gets a 10 with me, but I think Light is also a very strong character, better than in the books. You actually get to know what he`s thinking and how he feels about things. He is very expressive, especially in the scene where he meets Ryuk for the first time. All in all I`d recommend it, sure! But don`t forget to watch THE LAST NAME as well.
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May 15, 2009

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Which ending do you like the best? Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I have Death note 1, the movie and all 12 of the manga . I got confused toward the ending of the manga
because there were too many characters and subplots. I looked forward to seeing Death note 2, the last
name so I know what the ending is all about. Overall it is not a bad ending. Very simple. I looked
forward to seeing N but N is not even in this movie. I guess the whole story is too long for the movie.
The most powerful scene in the manga was when
Light was screaming when his father died. He finally got to taste what it was like to lose a loved one. But
in the movie, he was so evil that he even tried to kill his own father. The other part of the manga that has
meaning to me was the nothingness that we entered after we die. All the power struggle when we are alive
does not mean much after we die. I love the character of L the best. But in order to know the true story of the death
note , I guess I have to start saving money to buy the complete anime series.
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June 26, 2008

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I Loved It!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This movie was wonderful to watch. It kept me at the edge of my seat, and therefore I had to go ahead and watch the second one, but or course, that's a whole other review. Anyway, I loved the story line, I loved the characters, and I still love the cartoon even if the story lines are a little different. That's usually what happens between movies and series. My favorite character, of course, was L. He was my favorite because of his quirkiness, his strange posture, and his brains. He was very brilliant. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who will watch it. You will not regret it at all, unless you're too stuck on the anime to give this one a try. Just do it. Buy it now.

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March 30, 2008

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Awesomely Sugoi! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I never really got into the manga, but I was out buying Casshern the other day and I'd get a bargin if I bought another DVD, so I bought this one. (I was watching a TVXQ interview and they said the movie was good, so I tried it. ^^)

This movie was awesome and highly amusing. It mixes mystery and humor very well. ^_^ Now, I HAVE to get the second movie. ^_^ I also like the familiar faces (like how Light is the same actor who played in Battle Royal.) His acting was excellent.

Anyway, it's a must have. ^_^

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