Meitantei Conan: Hitomi no naka no ansatsusha, (Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes) (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes

Meitantei Conan: Hitomi no naka no ansatsusha, (Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes) (2000)

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Lots of action and a sad and sweet character story all happen here in this fourth movie of the Meitantei Conan series. For those unfamiliar with the TV anime, starting with the fourth movie may prove to be a bit challenging because of the number of characters being introduced. Although the mystery itself is not the strongest, it is the character story being told which is truly interesting. The one thing that struck me as a touch unusual in the story, is the constant reminders by the various characters of whether Ran remembers anything of her past. It seemed to put unnecessary pressure on the amnesiac. The emotional aspects of the story of dealing with an amnesiac was very well portrayed. Particularly noteworthy are the voice acting efforts of Takayama Minami and Yamazaki Wakana who portray Conan and Ran respectively. The animation quality in this movie is a bit of a mixed bag. The music in this movie is also very well done and while we hear certain melodies repeated a number of times, overall the music does an excellent job of augmenting the atmosphere of a given scene. Likewise, the final closing theme to this movie suits the movie's atmosphere very well. The overall storyline and the story being told of the characters from this popular TV series is decently done. This wouldn't be the best introduction to the Meitantei Conan series for the uninitiated compared to other movies due to references to incidents in previous movies and TV episodes.

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