#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Dr. Kenzo Tenma, a young but extremely talented neurosurgeon, lives his life working in a hospital in Germany. He is respected by his superiors for his incredible surgical skills, envied by his peers and he is engaged to the daughter of the hospital director. But one day his bright future changes when a little boy is brought in with a serious head injury, along with his twin sister, the aftermath of a family massacre. He is faced with a huge dilemma when his superior orders him to abort the boy’s surgery and operate on the mayor instead, who was brought in much later. He decides that “all life is equal” and goes against his superiors to save the boy’s life (who arrived first), which ultimately results in the mayor’s death. The boy survives, leaving Tenma’s career in ruins, his engagement to his fiancé broken. His downward spiral begins when one night, while he is out cold in a drunken stupor, the twins vanish from the hospital and Tenma’s superiors – along with the hospital director – are found dead. Tenma, having no alibi and the only one with motive, is the prime murder suspect. He goes into hiding and vows to find the twins and prove his innocence. Little did he know, that this is only the beginning of a terrifying journey through countries, buried secrets and the dark depths of the human psyche… Plot: Kenzou Tenma, a Japanese brain surgeon in Germany, finds his life in utter turmoil after getting involved with a psychopath that was once a former patient.
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A fantastic anime that not only gets away with taking itself far to serious – but creates one of the most entertaining shows of any type I’ve ever seen by doing this.
A dark, suspenseful and extremely entertaining anime that boldly answers back to the skeptics who think that all anime must be as brain-dead and child-oriented as the majority of prime-time viewing. (Which is, quite frankly, usually embarrassing to watch in the presence of others.) The plot of Monster is without a doubt the best part, dark but not without cheerful scenes, and centered around the story of a Dr. Tenma, a talented Nero-surgeon, who’s upright morals soon send him on a rarely chosen path to correct the wrong he’d unwittingly committed in the name of justice. Unlike other anime, most of which seem to focus on super-powers, fantasy, or sci-fi horror, this one’s true chillingness is in the fact that despite being animated, it is portrayed in an all-too-real manner. In reality, the most truly terrifying people are generally people who you wouldn’t think out of the ordinary in a crowd, not some supernatural monster who relies on brute force or the inability of the entire world he fights to stop him. The animation isn’t the best, but the story more then makes up for it, and even watching it on a 42″ TV, I was far to engrossed with the story to make more then the occasional observation that perhaps the movement wasn’t quite as smooth in some places as it might be. The same applies to the sound, which doesn’t quite keep pace with the story either. Nonetheless, it is one of the best shows I’ve seen, period.
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After ten days, I finally watching all 74 episodes of Monster. It’s a very interesting, thought-provoking story addressing social issues, such as false accusation, bizarre murder, medical ethics, power struggle, humanity, child abuse, adult children, and trauma.
In 1986, Dr. Tenma, a brilliant brain surgeon engaged to Heinemann’s daughter, Eva, has a bright future ahead of him being next in line to become the director of neurosurgery. One night, a boy called Johan, one of a pair of twins, is brought to the hospital in critical condition after being shot in his head. Nina, the other twin, is also being treated for shock. Ignoring the order of the hospital director, Dr. Tenma performed an operation to save Johan’s life. This leads to a series of murders involving all of the people connected to Tenma. Regretting his part of the creating of the most terrifying “Monster” on earth. embedded inside Johan by the operation, Tenma tries to thwart his crimes.
“All life is equally valuable,” “everyone is born being wanted,” “no one wants revenge,” and “we can create happy memories starting today.” – Tenma reproves other people to prevent further tragedies.
Meanwhile, the story is closing in on the mystery of why Johan became the Monster. How did the experiment performed by the orphanage, 511 Kinderheim, after his personality? What did those adults who were from 511 Kinderheim lose? This is a mystery that was born from the chaotic society of the former East and West Germany before the fall of Berlin Wall, and should have never happen.
It’s a long story with 74 episodes, but each episode has a sort of ending until around the 55th episode. If you set your own pace, you can watch the entire series. I recommend this anime also to those who haven’t read the Monster manga, since the story in the manga seems to be almost identical to the anime. The opening song is good and the ending one is scary, but it suits the story. Although there are different interpretations of the last scene, I don’t think it is the start of another tragedy.
Original Language ja
Original Title Monster
Total Seasons 1
Released 06 Apr 2004
Release Year 2004–2010
Genre Animation, Crime, Drama
Actors Hidenobu Kiuchi, Liam O’Brien, Mamiko Noto
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