When a tunnel bombing nearly claims the life of its target, the governor of Tokyo, Conan takes the case to find the culprit. His investigation leads him to the snowy mountain village of Kitanosawa, but when he arrives there, he finds that the sleepy town has plenty of secrets. After learning that the local nurse’s son was found unconscious at the foot of a hill on the same night as a hit-and-run eight years earlier, the young detective finds the coincidence all too suspicious - especially when another tragic event occurs soon after. Now Conan must to find out what really happened on the mountain that night many years ago, and what relevance it all has to the recent attempt on Governor Asakura’s life.
After an intresting entry we had a poor story I can tell that's the worst DC Conan movie I've ever watched due the lack since of reality also the plot didn't make any sense and events wasn't that contacted, it feels the author rushed the ending and wanted to put Conan as savior which made it a bit shitty to take it . the animation was beautiful like always however the movie had a lack of soundtrack it's barely can here something playi in the background or maybe because the movie has silence in the title lol .
Quarter of Silence has probably been my least favorite DC movie. The movie-only characters were more memorable than your typical filler line-up, but they were all pretty easy to read. Most of the movie was spent establishing location and character relationships which just made the movie drag a lot. I think the very end is worth watching for some sick snowboarding moves from Conan, but the rest of the plot does get a little forgettable. Definitely not a must-watch for the franchise. Would not recommend for people new to DC, though you don't need to know too much about any of the characters coming in. This part is for Detective Conan fans: This movie didn't do any characters dirty, but it also didn't do any of them any favors. The Ran/Shinichi moments are kinda lame except for looking at the lights on the trees. Her thinking Shinichi was in that winter village was also pretty forced. The Detective Boys were just up to their normal antics too. I'm always excited to see all these characters in the DC movies, but this movie really felt boring and more like a filler episode to me (not a good thing lol).
Awesome movie! I love Detective Conan!! Can't wait till the next one! Warning Spoilers I liked how when he was traped by the snow it seemed like he was going to die, and then when Ran thought to call him, and they found just the phone, it really had me worried for a minute, even though I knew they would find him.
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