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Lupin III: The Last Job (2010)

Rupan sansei: Saishû jobu (original title)

Director:

Tetsurô Amino (as Tetsuro Amino)

Writers:

Toshimichi Ohkawa (screenplay) (as Toshimichi Ookawa), Monkey Punch (creator)
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Credited cast:
Makio Inoue ... Goemon Ishikawa XIII (voice)
Kiyoshi Kobayashi ... Daisuke Jigen (voice)
Kan'ichi Kurita ... Arsène Lupin III (voice) (as Kanichi Kurita)
Eiko Masuyama ... Fujiko Mine (voice)
Gorô Naya ... Inspector Zenigata (voice)
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Country:

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

12 February 2010 (Japan) See more »

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Enjoyable Lupin special with some drawbacks.
12 April 2010 | by psychogoateeSee all my reviews

The Last Job is enjoyable, I'd say it's a decent special, with fun and zany Lupin action. However, it just doesn't seem as clever or well thought out as a lot of the other specials.

One of the twists to this one is that a recurring character has an apparent death scene near the beginning. Oddly enough, this angle is barely played up, compared to numerous emotional or memorable "death" scenes throughout the years, this didn't really stack up.

Anyways, aside from that bit which doesn't really get much screen time, this is just business as usual, the Lupin gang getting into constant action and one-on-one fights. Very fast paced, pretty much nonstop action. However, its a bit lacking in memorable dialogue or cool character interaction. Pretty much, the legendary classic characters here aren't really well utilized.

None the less, this is still a lot of fun, I was laughing and enjoying the absurdity of it. The plot is especially nonsensical this time around, the climax for example is just so awesomely random. I love how Zenigata is like "Whats that do? What's his goal? Why is this happening? What is happening?", because I'm just as befuddled as he is.

But hey, its fun, and the main villain is hilariously awesomely over-the-top, gotta love his indiscriminate grenade tossing. Andre the huge yo-yo henchman is memorable, and of course Jigen and Goemon come across as classy as ever. Lupin and Fujiko both have some funny and cool moments, but overall they don't get much substance here. The ninja guest girl is decent, there's a wacky dog who has it out for Lupin, and you've gotta love Yuji Ohno's jazzy score.

There are a lot of really fun parts throughout, such as a chase scene involving a great kittens gag, Lupin making some wacky drawings, plus I enjoyed a lot of the action sequences with the jetpacks and whatnot.

So, long story short, I enjoyed this Lupin special, but at the same time it doesn't quite live up to its potential. Worth a watch for fans.


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