Keith Stanfield in a scene from "Death Note."
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If you don't have your own death god, you might also want to check out "Death Note" – until you're compelled to flee to calculus.This live-action adaptation of the popular Japanese manga-turned-anime is about a supernatural notebook that gives the owner the power to kill anyone he likes. Conceived and written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, the original manga has already been turned into a 12-volume book series, a TV series and a stage musical, among other properties.Light Yagami, the comic book hero, is now super-bright loner Light Turner, played by Nat Wolff who tries to keep some sort of realism in a film that's gradually unmoored from reality.Not everyone is happy with the sudden slayings of the world's worst people, especially Turner's cop dad and a mysterious freelance detective (Lakeith Stanfield).
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