Gekijô ban naruto: Shippûden (Naruto Shippuden: The Movie) Reviews
A man has unwisely approached the demons that once destroyed the surface of the Earth and offered his body as a vessel to the head demon. The demon will put together an army to begin its mission of taking over the Earth. The only person who can stop the demon is Princess Shion who has the ability to see the future. She will be guarded by a group of warrior friends on a mission to protect her and end the threat.
"You're going to be pierced through the chest and killed soon."
Hajime Kamegaki, director of several Lupin III movies, Naruto Shippunden The Movie: Bonds, and episodes from the television series Sonic X and Project ARMS, delivers Naruto Shippuden: The Movie. The storyline for this picture is actually very well done and worth following. The animation style is just okay, as are the cheesy one liners occasionally delivered.
"Return this world to order."
I came across this on Netflix and decided to give it a shot since I enjoy the occasional anime picture. I did really like this film and felt it fulfilled my anime spot; however, there are some cheesy/cliché comedic scenes that I felt were unnecessary and annoying at times. Overall, this is worth a viewing for fans of anime.
"If you don't like the fate life dealt you, fight for a better one."
Grade: C+/B- (6.5)