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Detective Conan Movie 02: The Fourteenth Target


Alternative Titles

English: Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target
Synonyms: Meitantei Conan: Jyuuyonbanme no Target
Japanese: 名探偵コナン 14番目の標的

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 18, 1998
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Source: Manga
Duration: 1 hr. 39 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.981 (scored by 23,159 users)
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Ranked: #5932
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Popularity: #2069
Members: 37,391
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Synopsis

A mysterious attacker has appeared and is assaulting people whose names contain a number from the standard deck of cards in descending order. When Conan Edogawa points out that all the victims are related to the now famous detective Kogorou Mouri, suspicion immediately falls upon the recently released convict Jou Murakami, as Kogorou was the one responsible for his arrest ten years prior.

With potential victims still at risk, Conan and the police are determined to catch the culprit. As the case gradually unfolds, both Conan and his friend Ran Mouri learn more about her parents' separation and the truth on what transpired a decade ago.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Cook, Justin
Producer
Suwa, Michihiko
Producer, Executive Producer, Planning
Kodama, Kenji
Director
Kobayashi, Katsuyoshi
Sound Director


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"少女の頃に戾ったみたいに (Shoujo no Koro ni Modotta Mitai ni)" by ZARD



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Jan 7, 2009
Ilyaoh (All reviews)
SPOILER ALERT

A brilliant story, and the system which the murderer uses in amazing, the story itself is good then too, and the plot isn't what you think it is. A cool story, with a second story in it, a piece of Mouri and Ran's past, I gained alot of respect for Mouri through this (and the first) movie. I see this character in a (almost) new light.

Same ol' characters, just as usual good, we get a look at a piece of Mouri's and Ran past, which made me see Mouri in a new light, a better light, the new introduced characters, the old villian, the read more
Feb 25, 2019
SupremeLord (All reviews)
Continuing with our look at the non-canon yet still absurdly popular Detective Conan movies, we have the second one: The Fourteenth Target. Since this is the second movie, don’t expect me to be as soft as I was to the previous movie. This movie better do something more original and or risky or I’ll riot.

Sadly an issue this movie has right off the bat is that, in some ways, it’s a bit of a repeat of the first movie. Like, last movie was a series of bombings that had a pattern, and this movie is a series of murders with a pattern. Of course there read more
May 22, 2015
ChaosSaviour (All reviews)
hi i think i decided to review all of detective movie after rewatching it. let's get on to the review

Story: 7

this time the story is about attempt at serial killing of 13 people that are related to kogoro mouri. the build up is pretty good although a bit draggy in the beginning but an improvement compared to the first movie

Art: 7

pretty fluid in movement there is no really major improvement when compared to the first movie overall pretty fitting for a movie

Sound: 6

yeah.. the standard detective conan music. if you like the music from the tv series you bound to like this one too

Character: 6

thankfully read more
May 4, 2018
Veg2Fruit (All reviews)
Story - 7
A good premise with a lot of mystery and tension. Unfortunately there are way too many chunks of slow pacing, coupled with awkward expositions, that made the movie feel like it was dragging for time. Personally I disliked the lack of viewer involvement in solving this case, especially since the action part failed to fill the void.

Art - 5
Definitely higher in quality compared to the TV series, but a noticeable drop from the previous movie and at times unfaithful to the style. For example in the chase scenes, Conan starts and stops jarringly with no acceleration or deceleration. Style wise, Inspector Megure is read more

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