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Naruto: 3 feature films

Naruto Uzumaki wants to be the best ninja in the land. To pursue his goal, he will have to pass school exams and achieve complex missions, and especially gain the others' trust.

  1. Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (80')
  2. Legend of the Stone of Gelel (96')
  3. Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom (96')

Naruto Shippuden: 7 feature films

Discover the characters and never before seen adventures !

  1. Naruto Shippuden the Movie (91')
  2. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (90')
  3. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire (92')
  4. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower (')
  5. Naruto the Movie: Blood prison (90')
  6. Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (')
  7. The Last: Naruto the Movie (')

Boruto: 1 feature film

As the son of the 7th hokage who we all know, Boruto is promised a shining future as a shinobi. Like his father, Boruto is a hothead who makes a lot of mistakes. Mitsuki and Sarada complete his team.

Boruto: Naruto the Movie (90')

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Naruto: Every Movie In Order Of Release

Since its debut in , Narutohas become one of the most successful manga franchises of all time. The manga tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who dreams of becoming the next Hokage— the strongest ninja— and the leader of his village. The manga was adapted into an anime series from , and was followed by Naruto Shippuden from

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Naruto himself is regarded as one of the most powerful shonen protagonists, and for good reason. As he was born, he became a Jinchūriki, the host of the nine-tailed fox Kurama. He eventually became known as the Hero of the Hidden Leaf and achieved his goal of being the Seventh Hokage, but he and his friends had to face many trails and adventures beforehand, including some that had to come in feature-length movie form.

11 Ninja Clash In The Land of Snow

The first Naruto movie, Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow, was released in Japan on August 21st, , and takes place after episode of the series. Naruto and his friends, Team 7 members Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno are given a mission by their sensei, Kakashi Hataki, to protect the famous actress Yukie from being captured. It's then revealed that Yukie is secretly Princess Koyuki Kazahana from an island known as the Land of Snow.

10 Legend Of The Stone Of Gelel

The second Naruto movie, Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel, was released on August 6th in Japan, and follows episode

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Team 7 is tasked with protecting the Gelel Stone, a powerful mineral that can grant its user regenerative abilities and slow down aging. The powers of the stone were once controlled by a clan, but wars over its power led them to extinction.

9 Guardians Of The Crescent Moon Kingdom

Naruto The Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom was released in Japan on August 5th , and takes place after Naruto episode  Team 7 and Rock Lee are tasked with protecting Michiru, prince of the Land of the Moon, and his son Hikaru Tsuki. The team fought against Ishidate, a mercenary hired by the minister Shabadaba to kill the prince and his son.

8 Naruto Shippuden The Movie

The first Naruto Shippuden film was released in Japan on August 4th , and follows episode 32 of that series. The plot revolves around Naruto facing a prediction of his death at the hands of a monster.

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When the spirit of the demon Mōryō threatens to destroy the world, Team 7 is sent to protect Sion, a priestess who would be able to seal Mōryō's spirit away again and save the world.

7 Bonds

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds was released in Japan on August 2nd , and follows episode   After enemy ninjas from the Land of the Sky attack the Hidden Leaf Village as revenge for a previous attack during the 2nd Great Ninja World War, a boy named Amaru from another destroyed village comes to warn them. Naruto, Sakura, and Hinata protect the boy while trying to figure out why his village was destroyed.

6 The Will Of Fire

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire was released on August 1st , and follows episode The plot revolves around concerns of the potential outbreak of a Fourth Great Ninja World War when the four ninjas who guard the Hidden Villages of Rock, Cloud, Mist, and Sand go missing.

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The team fights against Hiruko, a ninja who abandoned the Leaf Village and wants to conquer the world after plunging it into war.

5 The Lost Tower

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower was released in Japan on July 31 and follows episode After Team 7 is assigned on a mission to capture a missing ninja named Mukade, Naruto and Yamato are sent 20 years into the past. The film ends with the groups memories of the experienced being erased, so it ends up having very little influence on the main storyline of the franchise.

4 Blood Prison

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison was released in Japan on July 27th , and takes place after episode The movie opens with Naruto being falsely arrested for supposedly attacking the Fourth Raikage.

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He is placed in Hōzuki Castle, a criminal containment facility known as the "Blood Prison". Naruto's fox chakra is limited after the prison head Mui places the Sky Prison Control seal on Naruto, stifling his powers.

3 Road to Ninja

Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie was released in Japan on July 25th , and takes place after episode The movie is similar to a Marvel What If? storyline, as Naruto and Sakura are transported into an alternate reality by Tobi using Limited Tsukuyomi. Fans get to see what the story would be like if Naruto's parents were still alive, Sasuke never left the Hidden Leaf village, and Sakura was an orphan instead of Naruto.

2 The Last

The Last: Naruto the Movie—the last movie with Naruto as the protagonist— was released on December 6th , and takes place after episode It tales place two years after the Fourth Ninja World War, and opens with the moon heading to collide with the Earth, caused by Toneri Otsutsuki, a descendant of the Sage of Six Paths' twin brother Hamura Otsutsuki.

Toneri intends to kidnap Hinata, but accidentally kidnaps her sister Hanabi instead. The movie ends with Hanata and Naruto getting married and starting a family with their children Boruto and Himawari.

1 Boruto

Boruto: Naruto the Movie was released on August 7th , and takes place before the Naruto sequel series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations which focuses on Naruto and Hinata's son training to become a ninja.

Boruto forms a team with Sarada, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura, and Mitsuki, the son of the villain Orochimaru. After Naruto sacrifices himself to stop two villains after the Nine-Tailed spirit inside his body, Sasuke and Boruto travel to another dimension to rescue Naruto.

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Where Do The Naruto Movies Fall In The Series Timeline?

The timeline of the Naruto movies within the chronology of the anime series can get a little hazy, so let's explore where each falls in continuity.

Figuring out where all of the Naruto movies fall within the franchise timeline can be tricky without doing a little homework on the anime series - here's the correct chronological order. The Naruto anime (and its movies) are based on the popular manga by Masashi Kishimoto and follow the title character as he trains to become the world's best ninja. The anime adaptation copies the manga's structure by splitting the saga in two; part one focused on Naruto's pre-teen years, while part two (Naruto: Shippuden) jumps 2 years ahead to the character's teenage adventures.

The first part of the Naruto anime series began airing in Japan during October , and would run for episodes until February Fans didn't have to wait long at all for the Naruto: Shippuden sequel series, which debuted in Japan during February , and lasted an epic episodes before wrapping up in suitably climactic fashion. The English-dubbed version of Naruto arrived in the U.S. in , while Naruto: Shippuden followed in late The Naruto franchise as a whole ranks alongside the likes of Dragon Ball and Bleach in popularity, and spawned a series of eleven Naruto movies produced alongside the show.

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The franchise is currently continuing with the adventures of Naruto's son Boruto, and a live-action Naruto movie is in development at Lionsgate from The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey. While fans wait for Naruto to be adapted into a potential live-action blockbuster (it'll have to break the dreaded anime adaptation curse first), they might want to revisit the animated Naruto movie spinoffs first. While watching the movies isn't necessary to enjoy the show, many fans will be curious to know where each release falls within the Naruto timeline. Here's how to watch Naruto in order.

The initial trio of Naruto movies follow the timeline of the original anime TV series. The next eight, meanwhile, take place within the continuity of Naruto: Shippuden. The first Naruto movie, 's Ninja Clash In The Land Of Snow, fits between episodes and of the original TV show, while Legend Of The Stone Of Gelel slots in after The final entry is the lukewarm Guardians Of The Crescent Moon Kingdom, which is set post-episode

The Naruto timeline of Shippuden-era movies is a little fuzzy, however, so some guesswork is necessary. Naruto Shippuden: The Movie from comes after episode 32 of the sequel series, while 's Bonds comes roughly around episode Naruto Shippuden The Movie: The Will Of Fire happens in the aftermath of episode , and The Lost Tower trails episode The chronology of Blood Prison is a topic of intense debate among fans, thanks to numerous confusing story elements, but the film likely sits somewhere after episode

Road To Ninja is also unclear in terms of the Naruto timeline, but appears to come approximately after episode The fittingly titled The Last finds Naruto and his friends trying to stop the moon hitting Earth and comes before episode Boruto: Naruto The Movie from then follows Naruto's son on brand new adventures. Unusually, these events are completely retold in the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime series, broadly covering episodes The order of the Naruto movies, especially the later entries, is up for debate among franchise fans, but most of them are best enjoyed when detached from strict continuity.

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Naruto Shippuden: The Movie

For kids and parents looking for an introduction to anime as a whole, NARUTOSHIPPUDEN: THE MOVIE probably isn't the best place to start. Unless you're already a fan of Naruto through the TV series and other movies, the story line isn't easy to follow, and, aside from the lead characters, it's difficult to get a line on which character is which. Though the character of Naruto is somewhat universal and relatable, as he's a headstrong, stubborn, and hot-tempered teen, this film may be confusing. There's just a little bit too much happening and not enough context provided to jump right into the story. 

However, as with so much anime, the animation is quite stunning, and, despite the fantastical worlds, the younger characters come across as more realistic in the ways they behave and relate to one another compared to many other depictions of tweens and teens in all types of movies and television shows. The martial arts and fantasy battle scenes are tempered by the occasional moments of humor. Best for superfans of both anime and all the other adventures of teen ninja Naruto. 

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Naruto Shippuden the Movie

Japanese animated film directed by Hajime Kamegaki

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Directed byHajime Kamegaki
Written byJunki Takegami
Produced byMikihiko Fukozawa
Shoji Matsui
Kazuteru Oshikiri
StarringJunko Takeuchi
Chie Nakamura
Yōichi Masukawa
Kōichi Tōchika
CinematographyAtsuho Matsumoto
Edited byYukie Oikawa
Seiji Morita
Music byYasuharu Takanashi

Production
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Studio Pierrot

Distributed byToho

Release date

  • August&#;4,&#;&#;()

Running time

95 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office¥ billion (US$ million)

Naruto Shippuden the Movie (Japanese: 劇場版 疾風伝, Hepburn: Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden) is the fourth overall in the Naruto film series and the first Naruto: Shippuden film, directed by Hajime Kamegaki and written by Junki Takegami. The film follows Naruto Uzumaki and his friends, who are both given a mission to protect priestess Shion and, in doing so, in order to thwart an evil demon and protect the world. It also focuses on Naruto, who tries to stop the prophecies that predict his's own upcoming death.

Plot[edit]

The film opens with a prediction that Naruto Uzumaki dies battling a monster who kills him. A funeral is held for Naruto at his home village, where others attend. Tsunade looks out at the window and ponders if everything is just decided by fate.

The film's scene returns to a few days previous, where a man named Yomi attacks a shrine to retrieve the spirit of Mōryō, a demon attempting to conquer the world and create his "Thousand Year Kingdom". Since he is lacking a body, Yomi offers his as a temporary substitute until they can retrieve Mōryō's original one. The only threat to Mōryō's plan is a priestess named Shion, who has the ability to seal his spirit away once more; she can also foresee a person's death. He raises a stone army from their slumber to attack the rest of the world while his four subordinates go to eliminate Shion. They are given special chakra creatures to enhance their strength.

To deal with the threat, the Land of Fire sends out many advance teams to stall the stone army. Naruto, Sakura Haruno, Rock Lee and Neji Hyuga are sent to guard Shion, and deliver her to the shrine where Mōryō's body is kept. They fend off Shion's four would-be assassins, and afterwards Shion prophesies Naruto's upcoming death. Shion's total acceptance of "fate", as well as her selfish attitude, provokes Naruto into antagonizing her. As they head for the shrine, they are again ambushed by the assassins and Shion is seemingly killed. It turns out to be a ruse: the dead "Shion" is actually her servant, Taruho, acting as a decoy by the use of the Shadow Mirror Body Transfer Jutsu. After Neji tells Naruto to escort Shion to the temple alone, Shion explains that her predictions work by using others' lives to protect her own. Naruto insists that he will survive and likewise will keep Shion safe.

Together, Sakura, Lee and Neji defeat the assassins, and at the mountain temple where Mōryō's body is kept, Naruto and Shion find the stone army waiting. Naruto holds the army back, while Shion heads inside to begin the sealing ritual, where Yomi tricks Shion into beginning the technique with him inside the barrier, allowing Mōryō's spirit to reunite with his body. After Kakashi Hatake, Might Guy, Shikamaru Nara and Temari destroy the stone army, Naruto comes to rescue Shion. About to see her prediction of his death come true, Shion uses her bell's power to change Naruto's fate. She is able to tap into her true powers, intending to kill herself and Mōryō to save Naruto (for whom she has developed feelings for). Naruto stops her seconds before her death, and creates a giant Rasengan (螺旋丸, lit. spiral sphere, English manga: "Spiral Chakra Sphere") by combining Shion's chakra with his. Naruto drives the Rasengan into Mōryō and obliterates it.

In the final scene, Naruto asks Shion what she intends to do now. She replies that Mōryō was a demon created by the dark thoughts of mankind, and that there is bound to be another Mōryō someday. Because of this, she says that she must continue the line of priestesses that will suppress demons like Mōryō. Shion then asks Naruto if he will help her (a double entendre asking if he will be the father of her child), much to the shock of Sakura, Kakashi and Lee. Naruto, clueless as usual, agrees without realizing the second meaning of her question.

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Production[edit]

The film was produced by Aniplex, Bandai Co., Ltd., Dentsu Inc., Pierrot, Shueisha and TV Tokyo. Its official theme song is "Lie-Lie-Lie" by DJ Ozma.

It was released on DVD in Japan on April 23, and in the United States on November 10, [citation needed] It was announced that the American version could be pre-ordered with the limited edition of Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 before its release. The English version aired on Disney XD in the United States on May 15, [1][2]

Reception[edit]

In its opening weekend Naruto Shippuden: The Movie came in at number six.[3] In its second week the movie dropped to number eight and stayed there in its third week.[4][5] The film grossed $13,, in the box offices.[6] The home media release of the movie was also well received in Japan.[7]

The set up provided by the early trailer alluding to Naruto's death was noted to surprise the fans based on the recent airing of the second animated adaptation the long time popularity of the title character. UK Anime felt the film was too gruesome in general despite the ratings presented to the point he believed the younger demographic would be shocked by the violent acts such as fighters being impaled or losing a considerate amount of blood.[8]Active Anime praised the shocking story of Naruto's death and the large amount of well animated fight scenes created across the narrative.[9]Comic Book Resources listed it as one of the best Naruto movies, citing its darker themes when compared with the previous trilogy alongside the well choreographed fight sequences but considered it as "filler" as it has no impact in the manga's narrative, most importantly due to the focus on Naruto's potential death.[10]Hobby Consolas compared the movie with the first Naruto movie due to the focus on Naruto's work as a bodyguard but more on a romantic tone due to the development Shion shows across the story. The website also praised the animation, claiming the CGI performed on the villains was well executed and soundtrack manages to improve the atmosphere.[11] Despite the dark nature of the movie, Animation Scoop felt that Pierrot managed to balance the media with comedy. Nevertheless, he also praised the handling of animation like Hobby Consolas due to how menacing are the antagonists and how well animated are the fights.[12] UK Anime in particular enjoyed the fight between Rock Lee and one of Yomi's followers as the most outstanding parts of the movie, comparing it to The Ghost Army. In closing the review, UK Anime called it "entertaining enough to be a kind of popcorn movie for normal anime viewers" and "For the Naruto fans however, its a good, solid movie to add to your collection".[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Disney XD to Run Naruto: Shippuden the Movie on May 15". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 4,
  2. ^"Naruto Shippuden Disney XD schedule". Toonzone. Retrieved December 11,
  3. ^"Japanese Box Office, August 4–5: Naruto Debuts at #6". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 6,
  4. ^"Japanese Box Office, August 11– Pokémon, Naruto". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 14,
  5. ^"Japanese Box Office, August 18– Vexille Opens at #9". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 20,
  6. ^"Naruto Shippûden: The Movie ()". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved July 17,
  7. ^"Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, April 30–May 6". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 17,
  8. ^ ab"Naruto: Shippūden the Movie". UK Anime. Retrieved July 17,
  9. ^"Naruto Shippuden the Movie". ActiveAnime. Archived from the original on December 1, Retrieved July 17,
  10. ^"Naruto Movies Worth Watching - and Ones You Can Skip". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved July 17,
  11. ^"Naruto Shippūden: La película - Crítica". Hobby Consolas. Retrieved July 17,
  12. ^"ANIME REVIEW: "Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Rasengan Collection"". Animation Scoop. Retrieved July 17,

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Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds

Japanese anime film

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds
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Directed byHajime Kamegaki
Written byJunki Takegami
Produced byMikihiko Fukazawa
Shoji Matsui
StarringJunko Takeuchi
Noriaki Sugiyama
Motoko Kumai
Unshō Ishizuka
CinematographyAtsuho Matsumoto
Edited byYukie Oikawa
Seiji Morita
Music byYasuharu Takanashi

Production
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Studio Pierrot

Distributed byToho

Release date

  • August&#;2,&#;&#;()

Running time

93 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office¥ billion (US$ million)

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (Japanese: 劇場版 疾風伝 絆, Hepburn: Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden: Kizuna)[1] is a Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and animeseries. Released on August 2, , it was announced in Weekly Shōnen Jump along with the DVD release date for the first Shippuden film. Additionally, the teaser trailer for the second film aired with episodes 40 and 41, and again with episode 66 and In episodes 70 and 73 the opening sequence was replaced with footage from the film. Its English version was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 25, in North America.[2] The film's theme song "No Rain No Rainbow" is performed by Home Made Kazoku. The film follows a teenage ninja Naruto Uzumaki and his long-time friend and rival, Sasuke Uchiha, who puts the odds besides to help his old comrade to save the world.

Plot[edit]

Enemy ninjas from the Land of the Sky arrive in Konoha & quickly set about attacking the village, committing an act of vengeance for the Leaf Village's devastating attack on the Sky Country during the 2nd Great Ninja World War.

While Naruto Uzumaki, Sakura Haruno & Hinata Hyuga accompany Amaru & Doctor Shinnō back to their village, Sai & Shino Aburame destroy the sky ninja's ship base. Orochimaru, now suffering from his expired body, orders Sasuke Uchiha to get a man who can help him perfect his reincarnation. At the now burning village, Amaru searches for the villagers, with a trap seemingly killing Doctor Shinnō. After Amaru recovers herself & senses, the remaining allies continue trying to find the missing villagers.

After Hinata is separated from the team, Amaru is possessed by the Zero-Tailed monster, Reibi. Naruto nearly transforms into a tailed beast state, but the seal suppresses the Nine-Tailed Fox chakra within him & Amaru resists the power of Reibi. At the floating fortress Ancor Vantian, Naruto learns that the recovered Doctor Shinnō had betrayed them, using Amaru to research the power of darkness 15 years ago, as well as the village's secret scroll. After Doctor Shinnō temporarily activates Body Revival Technique, Naruto stops Amaru from committing suicide & despite their memories.

Sasuke then appears & intervenes, telling the weakened Doctor Shinnō to help Orochimaru, but Doctor Shinnō refuses, giving the reincarnation Jutsu scroll to Sasuke before falling into a trap door. Naruto & Sasuke confront Shinnō, revealing the giant cocoon to be the Zero-Tails & transforming into a chakra-absorbing monster. After Sasuke releases the curse mark & Naruto the fox's chakra, they overload Shinnō with charka, destroying him with the Lightning Blade & Tornado Rasengan. With the fortress no longer having power, Ancor Vantian falls. While several leaf ninjas attempt to infiltrate & destroy the fortress, Amaru, Hinata & the freed villagers prepare to leave.

After Naruto destroys the remaining fortress with the Rasengan (螺旋丸, lit. spiral sphere, English manga: "Spiral Chakra Sphere") and falls through the sky, Amaru rides on the glider to save him. They then land safely on Gamabunta.

Returning to the hideout & giving the scroll to Orochimaru, Sasuke continues training, reflecting on Naruto's last words to him.

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