LUPIN THE 3rd PART 5

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  • 5 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Classic Lupin, Fun Characters
    Lupin the 3rd never gets old and gets more entertaining with each PART! Loving the characters and the thought put into it. The only thing I wish is that they would bring the old goofy-emotional Zenigata back. I'm not too sure how I feel about the serious one. Regardless, 5 out of 5. The show is entertaining as ever!
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Great Continuation of A Classic
    Despite being a series that started back in the early 70's, this show continues to be fun and entertaining. There's a great balance of silly classic cartoon humor, well put together chases, and action scenes that flow into each other without coming across as jarring.

    Even if you haven't seen any previous seasons, the format of the show is easy to follow. Both this season and Part 4 have their ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    It's Lupin, of course it's great
    This new series is off to a very strong start, with a very interesting focus on the dark web and high-tech gadgets. No matter what decade they're in, the Lupin gang age like fine wine, retaining their classic sense of 70's coolness while also effortlessly adapting to the current times. Part 5 is no different. Production wise it's as much of a feast for the eyes as ever, thanks to the very talented ...
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  • A modernized classic
    Like the title says this feels like a modernized green jacket to me. Same silly fun but with up to date topics with a plot that adjusts to current times. Lupin and cast are the same characters that you know and love, nothing is changed. Production and style are pretty good (love those washy backgrounds), plot is ok and overall is a super fun watch. I just wish more Fujiko action for the second ...
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  • Great continuation, a fun watch
    Title says it all, even though its a part 5 it's relatively easy to watch with no prior viewings of other seasons or movies, only part which is canonically connected i'm fairly sure is part 4. Although at the point i'm up to when writing this review, there are no real story connections.
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    This is how you become a true programmer
    Ami got kidnapped and locked up when she was 6. (no education)
    Ami found learn programming. (I am pretty sure there isn't programming book lying around in her cell)
    Ami probably learned to programme from the internet.
    Ami rather learns to programme in the cell, then calling for help from the internet...
    This is how you become a true programmer!
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