This time, the Lucky Seven has to deal with the mastermind behind a financial crime, who also happens to be a genius economist and his charming secretary. Matsumoto's character is set to fall for Ishihara's character as he gets close to her in an attempt to solve the case.
Cast & Credits
As you can already see on my rating, I really liked it.
I already liked the drama, but in my eyes the SP is even better.
The SP goes on where the drama left us - with all 7 members of the detective agency, love-hating each other while doing their job as amazing detectives.
They began to work on a new case that turns out more complicated than what they had thought in the beginning.
Basically, I have to say it's a Jun-centered SP while the others support him. Still, they managed to find the right balance in showing a georgeously acting Jun and the good acting of his supporters.
Also, the mixture of fighting scenes and scenes that show the actors feelings is nicely balanced, so in the end the SP contains everything to the right extend.
The plot of this SP's case is nicely wrapped up and you (well, at least I) couldn't presdict the outcome...or more HOW they are going to solve everything nicely. This is what makes a good detective movie to me.
In conclusion I'd say you shouldn't waver to watch this SP, you should just watch it :)
Also, it's possible to watch the SP without having to watch the drama first as it's not a real continuation. The cast is the same, but the case is not connected to former cases from the drama.
So just enjoy an exciting detective movie with an adorable cast, nice lines and fitting music!!!