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Detective Conan: The Fourteenth Target (1998)

Meitantei Conan: 14 banme no target (original title)
People who were linked with Mori Kogoro are being attacked or killed according to their names' number sequences.

Director:

Kenji Kodama

Writers:

Gosho Aoyama (manga) (as Gôshô Aoyama), Toyohiko Okuyama (original story) | 4 more credits »
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Minami Takayama Minami Takayama ... Conan Edogawa (voice)
Wakana Yamazaki Wakana Yamazaki ... Ran Mori (voice)
Akira Kamiya ... Kogoro Mori (voice)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Shin'ichi Kudo (voice)
Chafûrin Chafûrin ... Inspector Juzo Megure (voice)
Gara Takashima Gara Takashima ... Eri Kisaragi (voice)
Wataru Takagi ... Genta Kojima (voice)
Ikue Ôtani ... Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya (voice)
Yukiko Iwai Yukiko Iwai ... Ayumi Yoshida (voice)
Miyuki Ichijô Miyuki Ichijô ... Towako Okano (voice)
Naoko Matsui ... Sonoko Suzuki (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ... Doctor Agatha (voice)
Eiichiro Suzuki Eiichiro Suzuki ... Joh Murakami (voice)
Hirotaka Suzuoki ... Minoru Nishina (voice)
Takashi Taniguchi ... Hiroki Tsuji (voice)
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People who were linked with Mori Kogoro are being attacked or killed according to their names' number sequences.

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The Fourteenth Target


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Followed by Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem (2006) See more »

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Nicely improved for a sequel.
21 September 2007 | by emasterslakeSee all my reviews

Ran had a nightmare about her mother dying. And immediately checked on her by phone. She was fine and alive when Ran heard her voice. After telling her about the dream, Eri(Ran's mom) told her it was nothing. But Ran suddenly remembered an incident that occurred 10 years ago. Which was very similar to her dream and was the same time Ran's mom got divorced with her dad, Kogoro. And the same time Kogoro resigned as a police officer.

Meanwhile people that Ran knows are being attacked and injured by a certain culprit. Conan realizes that all the people who been attacked have a relationship with Kogoro. And each of them have a number in their names corresponding to playing card deck and were being targeted in order, from the king down to the ace. The police presumed it was the work of an ex-card dealer who's just been released from jail. Kogoro arrested that man 10 years ago, and it's most likely that he's forming revenge against Kogoro. It's a matter of time when the culprit strikes the other victims. And Conan will soon discover that this scenario is entirely different after he learns the truth about what happened 10 years ago.

This Conan is slightly more better than the previous one. It has a lot more to it for a sequel. Including a larger cast of characters. More locations, thrilling moments, and action filled scenes. The mystery is more well done too. In other words expect the unexpected while watching this one. In addition, we even get to learn more about why Eri & Kogoro divorced. Which is pretty funny when they get to that part.

In my opinion this is the first best Detective Conan movie, I've seen so far.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

20 November 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target See more »

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$16,330,622
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