DETECTIVE CONAN 19: SUNFLOWERS OF INFERNO (2015) Review
“People only notice what’s important when they lose them.”
Clouded with information which makes it harder to understand until you get to the end. The reveal might come as a surprising twist but the work done to get there felt excessive. Sunflowers of Inferno has a more serious tone than the TV series, it definitely has the right to become a feature length as the stakes are higher than the ones in the TV series.
The film is still entertaining in its own way, having the usual humor from the series used for the big screen. But there are a lot of complications from a lot of characters that it’s piling up in an uncomfortable way. But if your interest can still hang with you until its climax, all those complications is resolved in a confusing but plausible way.
Our rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno is now showing exclusively at SM Cinemas. Rated PG by the MTRCB.