Kogoro Mori, private investigator extraordinaire, is behind bars! The well-liked but bumbling P.I. is linked to a mysterious explosion at Edge of Ocean, Tokyo’s new cutting-edge technology district, and the proposed site of the international Tokyo Summit. Enter Shinichi Kudo, master detective, who still suffers from an age-reversing drug and masquerades as the much smaller master detective, Conan Edogawa! Conan is intent on solving the case and freeing the father of his dear friend Ran, but as he uncovers a mysterious suicide and encounters some puzzling friction between two of Japan’s law enforcement agencies, seemingly every single internet-connected device in Tokyo, all the way up to washing machines and cars, suddenly malfunctions. A dangerous hacker is afield, pushing a deadly grudge, and to catch them Conan will need to enlist the help of the secret head of Japan’s Public Security Division: Zero, the Enforcer!
The 22nd Conan Movie: Zero no Shikkounin is a great movie for those longing for more action, twists, and in some aspects over the top Anime-logic. The story resembles somewhat the ideas behind "Bloody Monday" by Ryumon Ryo introducing a Secrete Poice Force, Cyberattacks, and a thrilling adventure to capture the hacker. Established characters turn against our protagonist and he finds himself in the middle of an espionage thriller uncertain who he can trust or can rely on one. Overall I certainly can recommend this movie to all Conan Fans as well as anime-lovers who are in need of a thrilling 2h adventure containing spies, cyberterrorists, and a heck of a detective.
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