Death Note

Death Note ½

This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

This review may contain spoilers.

This was a ... traumatizing experience. Is as if someone looked at the Death Note anime, asked themselves what made that show great - and then removed every single bit of it. The dynamic between ... well, any characters - gone. The emotionless coolness of L - gone. The creativity of Light - gone. Usually, I like romance subplots, but, again, Misa as a character in the Anime served a completely different function, and Mia in this movie is pretty much just there to be eye-candy. I would understand anyone who would just be turned off any Netflix Originals after watching this, because whatever this was feels like a bad dream, and boy do I still wish I will wake up from that at some point.