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Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street Movie


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  • Directors: Alison Viktorin, Jerry Jewell, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Zach Bolton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Widescreen, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Stereo), Japanese (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 16, 2010
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002Y0KR5C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,606 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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The game is afoot! Conan Edogawa may look like he’s only in elementary school, my dear Watson, but he possesses perhaps the keenest eye for detail of any living detective. His latest case finds him trapped in a virtual recreation of 19th century London and pitted against none other than Jack the Ripper! To save his friends, Conan must follow in the footsteps of his hero – Sherlock Holmes – and crack a case that’s gone unsolved for over a hundred years. Catching the most notorious serial killer of all time is their only chance of survival, but Conan will have to be smarter than Sherlock to apprehend the Phantom of Baker Street!

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It is not too violent, and it still has all of the wonderful pieces to a great mystery/detective movie.
John LeSueur
FUNimation, needs to bring back Case Closed by the way this movie is amazing!
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"Meitantei Conan" or "Detective Conan" ("Case Closed" in the U.S.) has been one of the longest running manga and anime series in Japan. Written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama and featured in Weekly Shonen Sunday since 1994, the anime series which started back in 1996 is well-nearing 600-episodes and 14 movies have been released in Japan.

FUNimation Entertainment has recently released the sixth film of "Case Closed" titled "The Phantom of Baker Street". The film was shown in theaters on April 2002 and is the first film in the series written by Hisashi Nozawa and would once again feature a collaboration with Japanese rock band B'z who would sing the ending theme song "Everlasting".
In the sixth movie, "Case Closed: Phantom of Baker Street", the film begins with a news report about a 10-year-old kid named Hiroki Sawada who is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The child is known for developing the DNA Search Program which can trace ancestors using skin and blood data and now developing a mechanical brain known as "Noah's Ark" which has grown five years old in one year.

We then see the young Hiroki initiate a program on his computer and says goodbye to it, alarms go on and his father and security go to check on him, they then realize that Hiroki has jumped off the building and has killed himself.

We then see Conan and the members of the Junior Detective League, Rachel and many others trying out a new virtual game to test out their detective skills. So, Conan and the Junior Detective League must go to virtual 19th Century London and participate in the game. But suddenly the artificial intelligence behind the game, Noah's Ark, has shut down any possibility for the detectives to exit the game and now the game becomes real.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bryce Campbell on February 19, 2010
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In the Phantom of Baker Street, There has been a murder in a room located in the basement of a building where there is supposed to be a game demoed. Looking at the evidence, Shinichi finds out that the Legendary Jack The Ripper is somehow involved and enters the game demonstration, in order to solve the case. Upon entering the game, a computer program called Noah's Ark takes controls and tells everyone the new rules.

Afterwards, Shinichi and company head off to London 1888, in order to uncover the real identity of Jack The Ripper.

Surprisingly, Jack the Ripper is not the only one present. With the mention of Inspector Lestrade, the gang finds out that Sherlock is also present in the game.

With the number of players dwindling, it is up to Shinichi to not only discover Jack the Ripper's identity, but also bring everyone that had lost back to life.

This movie was very good, with only a few problems, none of which were due to FUNimation. For example, there are subtitles on scenes that have been originally and dubbed in English. This was kind of horrible, but it did not take much away from the movie. FUNimation did not intentionally do that.

As was mentioned before, Sherlock makes an appearance and so do characters like Irene Adler and Professor Moriarty and Sebastian Moran.

As always, there is a Japanese audio track, for those of you who do not like the English dub.

I would suggest this movie to Sherlock fans and Detective Conan fans, as this meshes the world of Detective Conan with the world of Sherlock.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John LeSueur on March 12, 2013
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This is a excellent anime series for those who like mystery and detective series. With the main character (Conan) being an up and coming great detective, yet forced to live in a young boy's body after he was forced to take some terrible new and experimental pill, the series becomes quite intriguing as the boy must now gather the clues and solve the crime in different ways since no one would likely believe a little kid. The Phantom on Baker Street is the 6th film in the case closed series and the last one that was translated into English. (In Japan it is popular enough that they still have been makin and releasing a new film each year since at least the year 2000 or before. All of them have been good and in the more recent ones there have been guest appearances of Lupin III, different characters from the Organization Black, and more.)
In the movie Conan must now go back in time using a virtual reality system created by a young boy genius who was mysteriously killed, and solve both the crimes involving Jack the Ripper in the virtual reality system and also gather clues to discover who killed the young boy genius programmer and another person at the premier of the ne virtual reality system. It is not too violent, and it still has all of the wonderful pieces to a great mystery/detective movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Seena semsar on January 23, 2013
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This was my first experience of detective Conan and it was genius, it was very smart, had ok voice acting, great twists, and very cool settings
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Parker Stevens on January 23, 2013
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item came on time in excellent condition great service hope I can do business with this seller again highly recommended!
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The Case Closed magic, for those who have yet to experience it, follows a pretty formulaic structure whereby the title character happens upon criminal activity that requires a good deal of intelligence to successfully point the finger of blame. Sounds like standard mystery-genre fare so far but what's unique about Case Closed is that the lead is played by a 17-year-old (Jimmy Kudo) investigator who has been transformed, via an experimental drug, into a child. The kid goes by the made-up name Conan Edogawa after two popular mystery writers and goes to live with his friend Rachel Moore and her private detective father, Richard. If you're looking for back story, I strongly recommend considering Funimation's Case Closed DVD Starter Set as except for a narrated opening sequence, the films waste very little time retelling past events.

Coming in at a total runtime of 100 minutes, The Phantom of Baker Street spans a single DVD housed within a standard-sized clamshell case. The show wears an appropriate if not slightly conservative TV PG rating (due to a steady dose of animated violence rather than inappropriate language or nudity).

Language options are standard sub & dub, which means the viewer has the choice of the original Japanese dialog track (stereo) or an English dub (Dolby Digital 5.1) and the option of running English subtitles with either.

The story of Phantom of Barker Street goes something like this: Fellow (but natural) kid genius, Hiroki commits suicide due to the pressures placed upon him, leaving behind an artificial intelligence program called Noah's Ark, which among other things, has the ability to mature 5-years for every 1 year of realtime.
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