When Lupin heads to the kingdom of Zufu to pilfer its treasure, he incurs the wrath of its psychotic ruler General Headhunter, who places a dead-or-alive bounty on his head that many intend to collect.
An aquamarine gemstone, the Mermaid's Scale, appears in a secret, underground auction. Lupin is coerced by the gem's owner to steal it. He quickly discovers that the stone is a forgery and ... See full summary »
A man and a woman are together on the 'Chrysalis Day', the fatal day everything in your life will be decided depends on how you spend the day. A violent man holding pure love, Sai and a ... See full summary »
Orphans who live in a shared home for such children attend the same elementary school and witness their teacher slayed. The police take note of their accounts. The case remains unresolved ... See full summary »
If today is to be THE DAY, so be it. If you seek to do battle with me this day you will receive the best that I am capable of giving. It may not be enough, but it will be everything that I have to give.
In the dinner scene before the climax, Pierre reveals that he now knows Lupin's first name. In Japan, the "Jr." and "III" naming conventions do not exist as they do in Western countries - craftsman etc. are referred to by the number of generations they come after the founding family member, even if their first names are not the same. The Japanese fan-base for Lupin III generally believes that the character's first name is a secret, as evidenced by the fact that he has never actually been referred to in dialogue or in writing as "Arsène Lupin III". For instance, in Lupin the 3rd: Castle of Cagliostro (1979), Count Cagliostro refers to Lupin as "the Third-Generation Arsène Lupin" to dodge the route of clearly giving Lupin a first name. However, due to the differences in naming conventions, non-Japanese fans and sources have near-universally accepted that his first name is the same as his grandfather's. See more »
Lupin's Fiat 500 does not take any visible damage during the car fight with Royal and Saber despite numerous collisions and shots being fired. See more »
Fujiko acted by Meisa Kuroki was the highlight of this movie!
I am a big fan of Lupin the 3rd series. Although it made many fans angry, I didn't feel it was not so bad that I got angery. Frankly speaking, I thought it didn't have to be made closer to the original forcibly. If you suppose it's another thing, it's ok enough to watch it withought getting bored.
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