Lupin III: Kutabare! Nostradamus


Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus

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Alternative Titles

English: Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus
Synonyms: Rupan Sansei, Lupin III: Die! Nostradamus
Japanese: ルパン三世『くたばれ!ノストラダムス,』

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 22, 1995
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, MysteryMystery, ComedyComedy, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 1 hr. 40 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Score: 7.361 (scored by 41224,122 users)
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Ranked: #20902
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Popularity: #5319
Members: 8,843
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Synopsis

After a diamond heist in Brazil, Lupin hides the gem in a doll and boards a plane headed out of the country. While on board, the doll is stolen by a little girl named Julia, whose nanny is none other than Fujiko Mine. Before Lupin can get the doll back, the plane is hijacked and the girl is kidnapped. The kidnappers are after the same thing that Fujiko is after - a book of Nostradamus prophecies hidden in Julia's father's tower. Lupin and the gang join forces to save the girl, get the diamond back, and discover the secrets surrounding the strange book.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Watson, Barry
Producer
Shirato, Takeshi
Director, Storyboard
Tomonaga, Kazuhide
Storyboard, Key Animation
Tomisawa, Nobuo
Storyboard


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Ending Theme

"Ai no Tsuzuki (愛のつづき)" by Iori Sakagami



Jun 25, 2010
napolean86 (All reviews)
There isn't much to differentiate this movie from the rest of the series in terms of originallity. However, this particular movie is the only one I know of where the main female of the movie is a kid. This forces Lupin to be a gentleman around her since he can't act his usual lecherous self in front of a little girl. All in all, the art is good, the storyline decent, and the characters work well together. A worthy movie in a long line of Lupin the 3rd titles.
Jan 5, 2020
Krankastel (All reviews)
Before we start, a few words concerning my relationship with the Lupin franchise:

I haven't yet dug in any series, since the episodic format doesn't easily appeal to me. Instead, I picked the option of movies and specials. My impressions remain mixed, as some works simply manage to draw out more qualities of the franchise's kooky charm.

Nonetheless, a major strength is the lack of an overarching plot; excluding the trilogy of movies related to the Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna series, one can watch in any order they desire.

On to the review!


[1. Visual production...]
Rivaling the quality of Cagliostro, this movie had nothing to envy. Its strongest read more
Feb 25, 2017
Inuyoujo (All reviews)
This is one of the best, to me! This is a feed from the Lupin series, so it is already what I'm use to and what I expect to see! The characters are exaggerated! People for funny qwhips and personalities! And, there's a kids! Kids never let me down in a Lupin installment! The girl's a brat, but it's funny and she gets character development! And, she's not a brat for no reason, which makes her relative.

It's a heist adventure that takes less emotional twists and turns than some others. The twists in this are more the thriller type. Everything works out in the end, read more
Aug 30, 2020
Hambagah23 (All reviews)
If you'd ask me whether or not I'd recommend this movie, I'd say "No". And if you ask me why:

A short answer would be: IT'S BORING. Go watch Cagliostro no Shiro or Lupin III The First. They're much, much better Lupin movies.

A long answer would be: There's nothing unique in this film. It looks like a failed attempt to market the series to a 90s western audience.

If you watched your share of Lupin, you might see that it's somewhat simillar in structure to Hergé's Tin Tin: A big mystery is placed on our protagonists' lap, which they slowly uncover it while outwitting villanous groups trying read more

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Poll: Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus Episode 1 Discussion
HawthorneKitty - Dec 4, 2011
8 replies by SkyDrop »»
May 28, 2019 1:23 PM
Julia is a brat.
Pitrocks14 - Oct 15, 2010
1 replies by Shamiyanah »»
Jan 3, 2019 4:34 PM

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