Detective Conan travels
to Singapore Typical adventure within the parameters of the saga that, without being of
the most outstanding samples, can be enjoyed in its most playful part.
Detective Conan: The Blue Sapphire Fist notes that Conan Edogawa's character has come to stay. The original manga created by Gôshô Aoyama is having a tour worldwide that I think the creators themselves did not expect.
Detective Conan: The Blue Sapphire Fist It has the peculiarity of being the first adventure outside Japan of the intrepid researcher. And this has been one of the pillars of its promotion. The action works within the canons we have seen before. Certain excesses of coincidences, repetitions and meetings that, although they do not glimpse an exhaustion, do suffer from a lack of new energies. The vertebrate plot, the case of Marras, is more interested in the magnetism of the characters than in its complexity … And that in a detective plot is not good news.
This twenty-third feature film of the Detective Conan franchise neither stands out nor fiddles within the general level of the saga.
Good news thanks to the return, among others, of Kaito Kid to history. A kind of comforting thrust to get enjoyable dynamics along with the secondary robaescenes caterva. All culminating a dizzying third act and with ‘surprises’. Trepidante brooch to an entertaining film that perhaps had to bet more on the side of the intrigue than the pyrotechnic.
Therefore, this twenty-third feature film of the
Detective Conan franchise neither stands out nor fiddles within the general level of
the saga It will not disappoint unconditional fans but it will not serve to capture the
New viewing targets.
Synopsis The famous luxury resort "Marina Bay Sands" becomes a crime scene that apparently is related to the "Blue Sapphire", a jewel that is located on the seabed after being lost in the nineteenth century. Conan Edogawa goes to Singapore to investigate what happened against his will and after being dragged by Kaitō Kid. Detective Conan's first film that takes place outside of Japan.
Direction Tomoka Nagaoka
Script Takahiro Ohkura
Duration 110 min.
Original title Meitantei Conan: Konjo no Fisuto
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