Kamen Rider 555 the Movie: Paradise Lost

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Kamen Rider 555 the Movie: Paradise Lost
劇場版 仮面ライダー555 パラダイス・ロスト
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Blu-ray cover
Director Tasaki Ryuuta
Writer Inoue Toshiki
Starring
Composer Matsuo Hayato
Studio Toei
Distributor Toei Video (Retail)
Release date(s)
Running time 81 minutes
Gross revenue 1.5 billion yen
Forum Thread Thread
Kamen Rider 555
< Ep 28 Paradise Lost
パラダイス・ロスト
Ep 29 >

The Kamen Rider 555 summer movie.

Double featured with Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger Deluxe: Abare Summer wa Kinkinchuu!

Catchphrases:

  • The battle reaches its climax. The legend of the savior about the Emperor's Belt.
(戦闘は最高潮へ。帝王のベルトをめぐる救世主伝説。)
  • The true legend of the savior. The Rider troopers deploy. The crusade finally begins.
(真・救世主伝説。ライダー部隊出現。いよいよ聖戦開始。)

Story[edit]

  • Under Smart Brain's control, the Orphenoch run the world while humans are on the run. Two new Rider Gears are created to threaten the humans that they are unstoppable.
  • Faiz, Inui Takumi, is presumably dead after he was assaulted by an army of Riotroopers.
  • Rumors of Faiz is the only savior spread across to the remaining humans in order to bring hope to them: Someday Faiz will awake, there will be peace in the world like before.
  • With Takumi gone, Kiba is on a quest to seek the coexist between humans and Orphenoch.
  • Takumi returns, reuniting with Mari and Kiba.
  • Mari (Smart Lady's impersonation) betrays Kiba, forcing him to witness the death of both Kaidou and Yuka. So, Kiba abandons his ideals and fights Takumi as Kamen Rider Oga.
  • Takumi promises Kiba that he will take up his ideals in his stead.

Kamen Riders[edit]

Riotroopers (ライオトルーパー)
  • An army of Riders following Smart Brain's orders to eliminate the humans.

Smart Brain creates two Rider Gears codenamed as Emperor's Belt.

Kamen Rider Psyga (仮面ライダーサイガ)
  • Based on the Greek letter Psi Ψ.
Kamen Rider Oga (仮面ライダーオーガ)
  • Alternate spellings are Ouga, Orga.
  • Based on the Greek letter Omega Ω. The name is probably a shortened version of Omega, O__ga. It's pronunciation is also like the O-Medals from Kamen Rider OOO, which would fit in with the O theme of the Rider. His activation code is 000, which also looks like O's.
  • There is a theory the name should be Ouga, which uses the kanji 王我 which mean "ruler" and "self". Since these are called the Emperor's Belts, there is some credibility to this theory. If this were the case, then Psyga would be "I am Psi" and Oga would be "I am O(mega)" or "I am the king" depending on one's interpretation.
Kamen Rider Faiz Blaster Form (仮面ライダーファイズ ブラスターフォーム)
  • Faiz's final form. To achieve this form, Faiz must enter the "555" code on the Faiz Blaster and plug in the Faiz Phone into the weapon itself.

Orphenoch[edit]

Butterfly Orphenoch (バタフライオルフェノク)
Giraffe Orphenoch (ジラフオルフェノク)
Longhorn Orphenoch (ロングホーンオルフェノク)
Pelican Orphenoch (ペリカンオルフェノク)
Wild Boar Orphenoch (ワイルドボアオルフェノク)
Slug Orphenoch (スラッグオルフェノク)
Mole Orphenoch (モールオルフェノク)
Moose Orphenoch (ムースオルフェノク)
Lion Orphenoch (ライオンオルフェノク)
Elasmotherium Orphenoch (エラスモテリウムオルフェノク)
Wolf Orphenoch (ウルフオルフェノク)

Movie Characters[edit]

Leo / Kamen Rider Psyga (レ オ / 仮面ライダーサイガ) - Peter Ho
  • A Smart Brain employee who takes on the role as Kamen Rider Psyga. He mostly speaks English.
Mina (ミ ナ) - Kurokawa Mei
  • A girl who lives with Takumi.
Mizuhara (水 原) - Hayami Mokomichi
  • A hothead soldier who leads the Human Liberation Army to fight against Smart Brain's Orphenoch.
Professor Nomura (野 村) - Ootaka Hiroo
  • A professor who develops special weapons for the Human Liberation Army to fight against Orphenoch.

Cast[edit]

  • Inui Takumi / Kamen Rider Faiz - Handa Kento 乾 巧 / 仮面ライダーファイズ - 半田健人
  • Sonoda Mari - Haga Yuria 園田真理 - 芳賀優里亜
  • Kiba Yuuji / Kamen Rider Oga - Izumi Masayuki 木場勇治 / 仮面ライダーオーガ - 泉 政行
  • Mina - Kurokawa Mei ミ ナ - 黒川芽以
  • Kikuchi Keitarou - Mizorogi Ken 菊池啓太郎 - 溝呂木 賢
  • Osada Yuka - Kato Yoshika 長田結花 - 加藤美佳
  • Kaidou Naoya - Karahashi Mitsuru 海堂直也 - 唐橋 充
  • Kusaka Masato / Kamen Rider Kaixa - Murakami Kohei 草加雅人 / 仮面ライダーカイザ - 村上幸平
  • Leo / Kamen Rider Psyga - Peter Ho レ オ / 仮面ライダーサイガ - ピーター・ホー
  • Smart Lady - Kurihara Hitomi スマートレディ - 栗原 瞳
  • Mizuhara - Hayami Mokomichi 水 原 - 速水もこみち
  • Nomura - Ootaka Hiroo 野 村 - 大高洋夫
  • Young Mina - Shida Mirai ミ ナ (幼少期) - 志田未来
  • Murakami Kyouji - Murai Katsuyuki 村上峡児 - 村井克行
  • Face - Naya Gorou - 納谷悟朗
  • Face - Kato Seizou - 加藤精三
  • Face - Iizuka Shouzou - 飯塚昭三

Cameos[edit]

Voice Actors[edit]

Stunt Actors[edit]

  • Kamen Rider Faiz - Takaiwa Seiji 仮面ライダーファイズ - 高岩成二
  • Kamen Rider Kaixa - Ito Makoto 仮面ライダーカイザ - 伊藤 慎
  • Kamen Rider Psyga - Nagase Naoki 仮面ライダーサイガ - 永瀬尚希
  • Kamen Rider Oga - Oshikawa Yoshifumi 仮面ライダーオーガ - 押川善文

Song Used[edit]

Justiφ's -Accel Mix-
Lyrics: Fujibayashi Shoko
Composer: Sato Kazutoyo
Arranger: Miyake Kazunori
Singer: ISSA (DA PUMP)

Trivia[edit]

  • Murakami is a head in a jar.
  • Delta, Hanagata, the Lucky Clover, and the Ryuusei School don't appear and aren't mentioned.
  • Mari refers to Kusaka as Masato.
  • Kiba and Yuka's Orphenoch form have a different design.
  • Kaidou and Yuka are in love.
  • Keitarou drinks a bottle of Henshin One Shot and successfully transforms into Kaixa.
  • Due to the Orphenoch taking control of the world, products such as motorcycle helmets (Takumi and Kusaka's helmets), cell phones, and advertising banners are all sponsored by Smart Brain.
  • Despite being an alternate world story, the movie reveals Takumi being an Orphenoch. This is not revealed on the TV series until episode 34, which aired on September 21st 2003, almost a full month after the movie came out. So people who saw the movie had some foreknowledge of what was to come on the TV series.
  • The movie makes a debut of Faiz's Blaster Form. This form doesn't appear on the TV series until episode 39, which aired on October 26th 2003.
  • An army of Riotroopers appear in the movie. They appear in a group of six Riders later in the TV series.

Actor Trivia[edit]

  • Peter Ho is a American-Taiwanese actor. He is the second non-Japanese actor to play a Kamen Rider role. In the movie, his character mostly speaks English instead of Japanese.
  • Taguchi Kazumasa portrayed Kouno Kouji on Kamen Rider Agito.
  • Tsunogae Kazue portrayed Kanzaki Sanako (Yui's aunt) on Kamen Rider Ryuki.
  • Tsuda Kanji (Mina's father) was on Ryuki as well. He portrayed Ookubo Daisuke, Editor-in-Chief of ORE Journal.
  • Shida Mirai (Young Mina) appeared on Ryuki Ep 49 where she was saved by Shinji during the massive attack on the city launched by the Raydragoons Mirror Monsters.

Guinness World Record[edit]

At the time, the film had the most extras in the cast for a single movie. There were 10,000 extras at the Saitama Super Arena. This was out of a total of 90,000 applicants.

In the end credits, their names spell "Thank you!" in the theatrical cut and "See you again!" in the director's cut.

Biblical references[edit]

Paradise Lost refers to an epic poem about the fall of man from the Bible. There is talk of Faiz being a savior, who will come back to life and bring peace to the world. This is unlike Jesus being the Messiah and dying for our sins only to be brought back to life. There's also the Mari/Mary similarity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradise_Lost

Director's Cut[edit]

Director's Cut
ディレクターズ・カット
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DVD cover
Studio Toei
Distributor Toei Video (Retail)
Release date(s) May 21, 2004 (2004-05-21)
Running time 93 minutes
Forum Thread Thread

An extension of the movie with additional footages that are not shown in the theatrical cut.

A list of extended or edited scenes:

  • Extension of Mizuhara leading a group of Human Liberation Army soldiers to steal the Emperor's Belt from Smart Brain.
  • Extra scenes of soldiers getting killed and Kaixa fighting the Orphenoch.
  • The banner of the movie includes Director's Cut.
  • Several Jet Sligers are seen airborne during the assault on Faiz.
  • Kiba receives a message from Smart Lady to pay Murakami a visit at Smart Brain.
  • Professor Nomura unsuccessfully develops a weapon before introducing Keitarou the Henshin One Shot.
  • While Mari is promoting the Masquerade ball event, Kusaka forces her to accept his love for her.
  • The scene of Kiba learning the existence of the Emperor's Belt takes place after the scene of Mina persuading Takashi to participate the Masquerade ball event.
  • Smart Lady spies on the Human Liberation Army and records Mari's conversation.
  • Extension of Riotroopers raiding the hideout.
  • More footages of the soldiers don't look up to Takumi being Faiz.
  • Edited the scene of Mina answering Takumi why he has the memories of a boy named Takashi.
  • Keitarou has two attempts to transform into Kaixa. Professor Nomura gives him a second Henshin One Shot bottle for the transformation after the first attempt failed.
  • An extra shot of Faiz Accel battling against Psyga.
  • The Justiφ's -Accel Mix- song is extended.
  • The credits for the participated audiences are changed from "Thank you!" to "See you again!".

Staff[edit]

Staff
Original Creator: Ishinomori Shoutarou (石ノ森章太郎)
Supervisor: Onodera Akira (小野寺 章)
Writer: Inoue Toshiki (井上敏樹)
Director: Tasaki Ryuuta (田崎竜太)
Producer:
Music: Matsuo Hayato (松尾早人)
Cinematographer: Matsumura Fumio (松村文雄)
Editor: Osada Naoki (長田直樹)
Action Director: Miyazaki Takeshi (宮崎 剛)
(Japan Action Enterprise)
Tokusatsu Director: Butsuda Hiroshi (佛田 洋)
Production:
  • Toei (東映)
  • Toei Animation (東映アニメーション)
  • TV Asahi (テレビ朝日)
  • Toei Video (東映ビデオ)
  • ADK (エーディーケー)
  • Toei Advertising (東映エージエンシー)
  • Bandai (バンダイ)

Transcript[edit]

Kamen Rider 555 Movie Transcript

T-N Release List[edit]

  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_-_Paradise_Lost_Directors_Cut[4E035472].avi
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_480p[F0C68088]Blu.avi
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_720p[6F003940]Blu.mp4
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_1080p[3EA94F09]Blu.mp4
V2
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_480p[A043A583]Blu_v2.mp4
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_720p[BCE1FAAB]Blu_v2.mp4
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_1080p[F523081C]Blu_v2.mp4
  • [T-N]Kamen_Rider_555_Movie_DC[5ACF5865]DVD.mp4

Gallery[edit]

External Links[edit]

JP Wiki