A series of murders have occurred with police officers as victims. One of the officers is shot right in front of Ran's eyes, and the shock of the incident causes Ran to lose her memory of everyone and everything around her. Now Conan must help Ran regain her lost memories, while also protecting her from the murderer, who is targeting Ran for witnessing the crime.
Captured In Her Eyes is the best movie of Detective Conan. Shinichi confessed that he likes Ran. Ran lost his memory and no matter how Shinichi wanted to appear to her as Shinichi and comfort her...thinking of it just made it harder for him. And also that Haibara almost confessed to Shinichi...that part is really something. The thrill, the excitement, the romance, the mystery being revealed...I really like it so much!
It's so painful even for a great detective like himself not to be able to help the one you consider the most important in the world...but because of the unexpected situation he got himself into, he made a really big sacrifice. Shinichi doesn't want to hurt Ran and that made it a lot difficult for him especially when he sees that the only one Ran felt nostalgic about after losing her memory is his picture. And in here, Conan got saluted by a high ranked officer of the police department. It's really good!read more
NOTE: This is a spoiler free review! Read with no worries : ).
Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes is the fourth movie to the ongoing anime and manga series. What I love about the Conan movies personally is that they always try to provide a feeling like it belongs in the plot somewhere with its fun stories and interesting character development.
In this case, this movie focuses on Shinichi and Ran's relationship while a murderer hides in the shadows waiting to take out a certain person who saw his/her crime unfold. I really, really do not want to spoil this movie for anybody because its a great experience and holds the exact tension you'd expect from a Detective Conan mystery.
On top of it, this movie played the concept of Shinichi stuck as Conan in an insanely heart breaking way that I think just raises the value of how much he loves Ran. What Ran goes through in this movie is probably my favorite
development for her thus far because it adds on to WHY she waits for Shinichi so much even though he can't be there. On top of that, the killer in this film actually scared the living heck out of me so props for the writers. All in all, "Captured in Her Eyes" Is fantastic and upholds all of the right romance development that makes a Detective Conan fan like myself very, very happy! read more