• Review: ‘Death Note: Light Up the New World’ has the excitement but not the character development of the original
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    Marcus Goh

    Review: ‘Death Note: Light Up the New World’ has the excitement but not the character development of the original

    “Death Note: Light Up the New World” is a fantasy action film that’s based on the manga and anime series, “Death Note”. It’s the fourth in the “Death Note” film franchise and takes place 10 years after the events of “Death Note 2: The Last Name”. It stars Masahiro Higashide (Tsukuru Mishima), Sosuke Ikematsu (Ryuzaki), Masaki Suda (Yuki Shien), Erika Toda (Misa Amane), Nakamura Shido II (voice of Ryuk), Miyuki Sawashiro (voice of Arma), with cameos by Kenichi Matsuyama (L) and Tatsuya Fujiwara (Light Yagami/Kira).

  • Review: 'Your Name' shows us the beauty of everyday existence
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    Marcus Goh

    Review: 'Your Name' shows us the beauty of everyday existence

    It shows how both characters learn to cope with the switches, even though they cannot remember each other’s name after the switch. It features the voice talents of Ryunosuke Kamiki (Taki Tachibana), Mone Kamishiraishi (Mitsuha Miyamizu), Masami Nagasawa (Miki Okudera), Etsuko Ichihara (Hitoha Miyamizu). It concentrates on two characters and their ordinary lives - if they can’t achieve their goals, the world would not suffer for it.

  • 5 stars who should be in a Hollywood remake of ‘Cold War 2 (寒战 II)’
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    Marcus Goh

    5 stars who should be in a Hollywood remake of ‘Cold War 2 (寒战 II)’

    “Cold War 2 (寒战 II)” grossed S$794,236 in just three days - enough to buy a fleet of 10 police cars (assuming your Fast Response Cars are all used Subaru Imprezas) to form your own Cold War police squad! You’d need to hire your own officers though.