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Posted 9/6/08
Personally no i don't think he's wrong.Naoto was mean and evil too his brother plus he was bully to almost everybody in school. But everybody he killed didn't deserve to die. Only Naoto.
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Nobody deserves to die. Every human has the right to exist.
Besides, Naoto never intended to kill Hideo - it was an accident.
Of course he and his friends were mean and all - but they were children.
I don't think it's right to punish an adult for something he did when he was a child.
Especially when that person changed, like Naoto who regrets what he did.
He suffers for the rest of his life because of his guilt and that would be punishment enough.

So yes, Ryo is very wrong.
And if something like this happened in real life, everyone would agree.
Who would support a massmurderer?

Ryo suffers from his loss. We all know that. But I think (correct me if I'm wrong) he doesn't know the whole truth:
He doesn't know that Naoto merely intended to frighten his brother and not to actually kill him.
He doesn't know that it was Naoto's father who lied and made Naoto lie or rather shut up.
Although... even if he did know - it wouldn't matter to him...?
But that's another question... ^^""



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Posted 9/6/08
rationally...yes it is wrong. no matter how much i dun want Ryo to be caught...killing is juz wrong.

but i give my 120% support to ryo in tis drama

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Yes Naruse Ryo is wrong. He played God in seeking justice for his brother and his ways were wrong and it made him evil. He holds a big grudge in his heart that he can't live with true happiness in his heart -you could say that his heart was clouded with hatred. His life will only have meaning when he gets his revenge. He might die after fulfilling his revenge because after doing so I don't think he has a future plan for a happily ever after story for himself. I know he just wants the people who made his life miserable to suffer and to experience the feeling of losing someone important to them but his means is still wrong because the price is death though it was not done in a gorry way, still, someone dies and it will continue on until someone stops Naruse. Naruse still has blood in his hands though he was not seen on the scene of the crime.
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No I don't think Ryo is wrong. The whole thing started from Naoto's wrongdoing. He should have thought about the circumstances. Eventhough he didn't mean it but he have to live with it. And Ryo can't be blame to have the feeling of revenge. He lost his entire family from what Naoto did. From having a loving family to being alone. I'm not agreeing on the killing though.
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It's such a tough question. I do believe he is wrong because while Naoto did do a terrible thing that ruined his life, it was an accident and his father made him keep quiet about the truth about what happened. Naoto has even said he would've preferred to go to reform school then to have gotten off the charges. Naoto suffers from terrible remorse now and Naruse makes him feel worse by making him feel how he felt. The case, however, would've been different if Naoto felt no guilt about the situation and had actually lied to cover it up, then I would think Naruse would be right. ^_^
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morally speaking...
yeah, he is way wrong.... yeah, there was injustice and all and yes he suffered from his mother and his brother's loss...but he should've thought of more constructive ways to promote justice...
because of his actions, many lives are lost and many people (esp those who loved him) are hurt...


although...
I really admire his evil and yet oh so brilliant brain! he is so good on making a perfect plan for revenge...
he was so good that all he had to do is to watch these people go on chaos and kill each other... just by sending stuffs in the red envelope...

for my last say: I just want to share how I really admire Mr. Satoshi Ohno for his great acting!
as I've said, yeah, his character Naruse was so wrong but yet he was able to portray a character that you cannot really hate and entirely blame him for his doings... waah! the one who casted him as naruse probably doesn't regret taking him as the lead, ne?!


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hmmm, for my opinion. i think its wrong for him to do that.
for justifying his brother, it doesnt mean that he has to kill every single one of them.
and plus, theres a really big thinking gap between adults & young children. children think of it as playing, which shows immaturity.
just imagine this.
what if they were adults. they wouldnt play like that. okay, i think i'm getting nowhere ==
but, its still wrong to manipulate things such like this. i'm sure naruse's brother wouldnt want for him to avenge like that.
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Posted 9/7/08 , edited 9/7/08
Yeah,Ryo was wrong..Even though I love Ryo..hehe..I think he's wrong for avenging his brother's death so horribly...He indirectly killed so many people..And he orchestrated the downfall of a lot of lives...It's not right..But it's understandable why he did all that stuff
Posted 9/7/08
For my opinion, i think its totally wrong.... but i like Ryo way better...
soo i dont want him to get caught.. =D
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i dont thinkk its wrong at all....if someone killed someone important to me and as well as my mother died and all that tragity happends to me just cuz of that one person who even accidently killed someone important to me from the start.. i would do anything in my power to do the exact same thing to him..even worst..thats how i feel about it.
srry if its too harsh but thats how i feel about it...lol
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kaitosan20 wrote:

i dont thinkk its wrong at all....if someone killed someone important to me and as well as my mother died and all that tragity happends to me just cuz of that one person who even accidently killed someone important to me from the start.. i would do anything in my power to do the exact same thing to him..even worst..thats how i feel about it.
srry if its too harsh but thats how i feel about it...lol


I feel the same way.
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I think to answer this question you'd have to pretend you were in Tomoo's place. A loved one of yours gets killed (accidental or not), and then another loved one dies in the process. You end up homeless. The only person you have left is your best friend, who then gets killed in an accident. So with your loved ones gone and your best friend dead, the question is whether you get revenge on the person who killed your loved one (accidental or not), or if you just brush it off and continue on with life?

So you guys get my point I don't blame Tomoo for what he did, but I also don't agree with using people who aren't involved (Sora-chan, Sora-chan's mother, Kumano's killer). It's just sad to think that the only reason Tomoo was motivated to continue living his life for 11 whole years is because of his hatred toward Naoto. If/when his hatred toward Naoto disappears, he has no reason to continue living...
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Hmm, I think morally it's wrong, but to hell with it, if someone killed my brother (even accidentally), i'd probably want serious revenge too. Human nature isn't something that would let something that serious go, it would just torment you for the rest of your life.
Making Naoto feel the pain that he had to go through, i guess it's a good payback. And i guess he is only killing people that had something to do with the case, even if only indirectly. Lets hope he doesn't go crazy and start killing innocent by-standers though, eh?
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Tsu-ki_hasi wrote:

Nobody deserves to die. Every human has the right to exist.
Besides, Naoto never intended to kill Hideo - it was an accident.
Of course he and his friends were mean and all - but they were children.
I don't think it's right to punish an adult for something he did when he was a child.
Especially when that person changed, like Naoto who regrets what he did.
He suffers for the rest of his life because of his guilt and that would be punishment enough.

So yes, Ryo is very wrong.
And if something like this happened in real life, everyone would agree.
Who would support a massmurderer?

Ryo suffers from his loss. We all know that. But I think (correct me if I'm wrong) he doesn't know the whole truth:
He doesn't know that Naoto merely intended to frighten his brother and not to actually kill him.
He doesn't know that it was Naoto's father who lied and made Naoto lie or rather shut up.
Although... even if he did know - it wouldn't matter to him...?
But that's another question... ^^""





I agree with you..

For me Ryo is TOTALLY WRONG..
It's true that Naoto did not do it on purpose and besides we can see that he has been realizing his sins from the past...
It might be hard for Ryo but isn't it life without worries is much better...
Besides, instead of giving his time making plots on killing people that surronds Naoto and Naoto himself

What if as a lawyer he will do his part to protect other people so that the same mistake will never happen again to others (I might get confusing)...
I mean he can be a fighter of justice instead although he is now..

thanks
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