Death Note is a manga (also an Anime series) that has recently been adapted into an American film. Also, as per viewers’ point of view, turning this anime manga Death Note into a film wasn’t a good idea at all. The main reason for saying that turning this anime into a film wasn’t a good idea is discussed below. Let’s learn more about Death Note Review.
Why Turning “Death Note” Into a Film wasn’t a good idea?
The first reason behind saying that it’s not a good idea to turn Death Note anime manga into an American film is: Netflix users have faced a lot of issues streaming its 198 episodes in only one season. It’s of course, spending 19 hours on Netflix and even after spending those 19 hours you still haven’t completed even half of them, a big deal, right?
The second reason behind saying that it’s not a good idea to turn Death Note anime manga into an American film is: Stars that offered their performances weren’t worth it (that’s what streamers said). It was unmanageable to stream this show peacefully.
Well, all these things apart, now let’s have a look at its plot and more things further.
Death Note “Adaptation” Plot Review
The story is super fantastic but the performance loses the game. The story revolves around a smart and genius teen (Light Yagami) who discovers a mysterious book named “Death Note”. In this show, The book ” Death Note” belongs to our favorite Shinigami Ryuk. The book had been made for a purpose which says that “write any name on its page and after that, that person’s appearance will vanish.”
The story includes many ups and downs also. Thriller is also a big part of this show. The most likely part that we all liked is when the story ends. The ending was super amazing (as compared to the whole show).
Below we have written down a “Death Note” ending review, have a look at that, too.
What is the Death Note’s Ending?
You all will notice that the whole story was about justice and all. Also, the characters were more likely to play with that. In the end, we will see that all mysterious and victorious things have come to an end.
(Not going to discuss everything in here, as we all know it’s not possible due to Netflix didn’t giving us the right of doing that)
Death Note Cast and Crew
Directed by: Tetsurō Araki
Written by: Tsugumi Ohba
Illustrated by: Takeshi Obata
Produced by: Toshio Nakatani Manabu Tamura Masao Maruyama
Music by: Yoshihisa Hirano & Hideki Taniguchi
Death Note Main Cast Characters
Death Note includes our favorite both Light Yagami & Shinigami Ryuk.