Jumat, 11 September 2009

Detective Conan Movie

There are thirteen feature films based on the Case Closed series. The films have been released in April of each year starting in 1997. Each movie features an original plotline, rather than being an adaptation of the manga's story.

The first movie, Case Closed: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper known as Detective Conan: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper (名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼 Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrō?) in Japan, was screened on April 19, 1997, directed by Michihiko Sawa and written by Kazunari Kochi. It was partly based on Gosho Aoyama's planned ending for Magic Kaito[16], on a chain of arson/bombing cases around Tokyo, intertwined with Rachel's request for a date with Jimmy in a place destined to be bombed. It was released by FUNimation in 2006, and short of standard name changes, there was no significant changes to the English adaptation.

The second movie,Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target known as Detective Conan: The Fourteenth Target (名探偵コナン 14番目の標的 Meitantei Conan Jūyon banme no Tagetto?), in Japan, debuted on April 18, 1998, and the English version was released in 2007. Directed by Kanetsugu Kodama and written by Kazunari Kochi, it was about a case in which people close to Richard Moore were attacked in a way similar to The A.B.C. Murders. This movie achieved a distributor's income of 1.05 billion yen[17]. It was released by FUNimation as a DVD in 2007. Although the storyline remained the same, due to character name changes, there have been significant changes in the explanation of the names used.

The third movie, Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century, known as Detective Conan: The Last Wizard of the Century (名探偵コナン 世紀末の魔術師 Meitantei Conan Seikimatsu no Majutsushi?) in Japan, debuted on April 17, 1999. It was again written and directed by Kanetsugu Kodama and Kazunari Kochi respectively. This movie was on a newly-discovered Faberge egg that was subject to Phantom Thief Kid's warning—and a murder case that involves the descendant of Rasputin. This movie achieved a distributor's income of 1.45 billion yen[18].

The fourth movie, Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes, known as Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes (名探偵コナン 瞳の中の暗殺者 Meitantei Conan Hitomi no Naka no Ansatsusha?) in Japan, was first screened on April 22, 2000. Directed and wrote by the same staff of the previous two movies, Captured in Her Eyes was about how Rachel Moore became entangled in a series of murder cases where police officers were victims, and when a failed murder attempt gave her amnesia and made herself another target of the killer. This movie achieved a box office income of 2.5 billion Japanese yen.[19]

The fifth movie, Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven, known as Detective Conan: Countdown to Heaven (名探偵コナン 天国へのカウントダウン Meitantei Conan Tengoku e no Kauntodaun?) in Japan, was first screened on April 21, 2001. Keeping the director and writer of previous movies, in this movie the murder of a developer, the bombing of the latest development of the development, together with the Black Organization and Anita Hailey's suspicious phone calls, brought it box office receipts of 2.9 billion yen.[20]

The sixth movie, Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street, known as Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street (名探偵コナン ベイカー街の亡霊 Meitantei Conan Beikā Sutorīto no Bōrei?) in Japan, was first shown on April 20, 2002. This movie was written by famed scriptwriter Hisashi Nozawa, but kept Kanetsugu Kodama as director. This movie was a double story: in real life, the murder of a IT magnate's chief programmer, while in the virtual world, a virtual reality game that Conan and friends played, their lives were in danger. This movie brought 3.4 billion yen at the box office.[21]

The seventh movie, Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (名探偵コナン 迷宮の十字路 Meitantei Conan Meikyū no Kurosurōdo?), was first screened on April 19, 2003. The writer was again Kazunari Kochi while Kanetsugu Kodama was kept as the director. Staged in Kyoto, this movie concerned the unmasking of a gang of antique robbers. This movie brought box office income of 3.2 billion yen.[22]

The eighth movie, Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky (名探偵コナン 銀翼の奇術師 Meitantei Conan Gin-yoku no Majishan?), premiered on April 17, 2004. This was the first of Yasuichiro Yamamoto's Detective Conan movies, but Kazunari Kochi stayed as the writer. The movie was about a poisoning case on an airliner, and since the pilot and co-pilot were also affected, Conan Edogawa and Phantom Thief Kid were forced to take case of the lives of the passengers. The movie brought box office income of 2.8 billion yen.[23]

The ninth movie, Detective Conan: Strategy Above the Depths (名探偵コナン 水平線上の陰謀 Meitantei Conan Suiheisenjō no Sutoratejī?), was first screened on April 19, 2005. The movie kept the previous movie's director and writer. Set on a cruise ship and integrating the murder of the shipbuilder, a shipwreck disaster, and part of Rachel Moore and Jimmy Kudo's past, this movie resulted in 2.15 billion yen.[24]

The tenth movie, Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem (名探偵コナン 探偵たちの鎮魂歌 Meitantei Conan Tantei-tachi no Requiem?)[25] was announced on December 15, 2005 and was released on April 15, 2006, debuting at the number one position in the Japanese box office[26] and remained there for three consecutive weeks. As of May 28, 2006, it earned $25.8 million in the Japanese box office.[27] Directed by Taiichiro Yamamoto and written by Kazunari Kochi, it was about Conan's investigation of an old murder case as Rachel and friends were held hostage. Important personnel such as Hattori Heiji, Phantom Thief Kid and Saguru Hakuba have all appeared in this movie.

The eleventh movie, Detective Conan: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure (名探偵コナン 紺碧の棺 Meitantei Conan Konpeki no Jorī Rojā?), was first released on April 27, 2007. Written by Kazunari Kochi and directed by Kanetsugu Kodama, the movie was about the murder of treasure hunters and the alleged loot left by pirate Anne Bonny on a Japanese island. This movie brought in 2.53 billion yen[28].

The twelfth movie, Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear (名探偵コナン 戦慄の楽譜 Meitantei Conan Senritsu no Furu Sukoa?)[29] was announced on February 20, 2008[30], and released on April 19, 2008, debuting at the number one position in the Japanese box office.[31][32] It is unknown how long it remained there at this time. There have been reports that the advertising for the film was limited, yet normal for a Detective Conan movie.[32] It was reported that (an estimate of) 350,000 people watched the movie in its opening weekend alone.[31] As of May 5, 2008 the movie has earned over 420.03 million yen.[31]. It is twelfth on 2008's Top Domestic Movies at Japanese Box Office.[33] This movie brought in 2.42 billion yen

The thirteenth movie, Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser (名探偵コナン 漆黒の追跡者 Meitantei Conan Shikkoku no Chaser?) was previewed at the end of the twelfth movie and was released on April 18, 2009. This movie is about the Black Organization, the first since movie 5.[34] In the movie, a new member of the Black Organization, Irish, manages to find out Conan's identity, putting everyone around him in danger. [35] This movie earned over 3.4 billion yen, making it the highest grossing movie in the Detective Conan series. The fourteenth movie was announced at the end of the thirteenth movie theaterical release.

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