Top 10 DUMBEST Changes in Netflix’s Death Note (2017)


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The mid-2000s Series brought Anime to the mainstream, but this Netflix movie adaptation was a mistake. For this list we’re checking out all the weirdest and questionable liberties taken by director Adam Wingard – from whitewashing, to Light and L’s stupid personalities, we’re putting it all on the table. So be prepared for screaming, gore, death gods, sex scenes, Willem Dafoe, exploding ferris wheels, and other silly stuff.

00:51 #10. Gratuitous Gore
01:51 #9. Misa…or Mia is a Manipulative, PsychoEdgelord
02:44 #8. The Soundtrack is TryHard
03:37 #7. Light’s Family
04:22 #6. Light and Misa’s Relationship
05:18 #5. L is an Impulsive Cry Baby
06:07 #4. Ryuk’s Intentions
07:26 #3, #2, #1: ???

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19 comments

  1. i know they trying but… Why!? Please just stop. Learn from this bullshit fellow directors/producers/script writers etc. That Anime is too advanced to be portrayed on a movie screen or Tv series. Lets just see where our tech takes us in the years to come nd THEN try but allow it for now… Please… Im begging XD

  2. Thank you for this I’ve been waiting to watch it but now I know not to waste my time or fond memories of the original series.

  3. The people who actually had the final say in how the movie was going to be made, made it seem as if they never watched the anime and made a blind judgement of how the movie should be made. Hope this makes sense. Lastly, Mia said that “Ryuk reels you in and doesn’t want you to pay close attention to the rules.” I may be wrong here, but in the anime Ryuk never says anything about trying to deter people away from the rules. Light even figured out loopholes in the death note that Ryuk didn’t even know. Thank you once again American film study college graduates who ruin anime based films

  4. “Why did he kill her?!” She tried to kill him. “It’s so diff-” It’s not supposed to be the goddamn anime. “He’s a whiny baby!” He screamed over a supernatural creature…like a normal fucking human would.

  5. I said this in the trailer and I’ll say it again the reason these anime adaptations keep failing is because Hollywood simply doesn’t have people (Writers; Directors; Producers) who have the vision, passion and a good understanding of the subject matter. That would allow for an adaptation that will both satisfy and entice ALL demographics, be it the die hard anime and manga fan or the average moviegoer who’s never watched or read anime/manga. A prime example of that is say like Peter Jackson and LOTR.

  6. The director actually did watch the anime, a lot, and is a huge fan. He just wanted to retell the story in his image and you all just shit on it because it’s not exactly like the anime. I honestly feel bad for the director all of you vehement, angry fanboys and girls are probably going to ruin this guys career. This was his passion project and he’s made that clear since production started, that the movie isn’t supposed to be exactly like the anime, he just wanted to make a different story with the same concept for a different audience. And you all just shoot it down and tell him he’s a terrible director. I’ve watched both the anime and the movie a few times and I can honestly say that I more enjoy the anime. But by no means is this a bad movie. It’s an hour and a half opposed to the anime two full seasons, there are going to be changes and it’s not going to be exactly the same but that doesn’t make it terrible. If you all want the anime then watch the anime or the Japanese move (which I haven’t seen but I’ve heard it’s good). But don’t trash this guys vision because it’s not a carbon copy of the anime the other movie the manga and the light novels that have came out chronicling the same story. Allow things to be different. And if not that realize that this was funded by an American company and filmed by an American director . It was probably not going to be what you expected. Please temper your expectations.

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