Gekijô ban Naruto: Shippûden - Kizuna (Naruto Shippûden The Movie: Bonds) (2008)
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Super activation fist! The Shinobi world has numerous clans that appear to be peaceful until one day the Sky Country attacks Konoha due to a historical lost war and land. A young aspiring ninja and martial artist joins a female ninja with special powers and attributes to protect Konoha. "You're not alone because I'm right here with you." Hajime Kamegaki, director of Naruto Shippuden: The Movie, 3 Lupin III movies, as well as episodes from the television series Sonic X, Project ARMS, and Air Gear, delivers Naruto Shippuden: The Movie Bonds. The storyline for this picture is fairly straightforward but fun to watch unfold and the action was solid as well. The animation was mediocre for the genre. "When that cat falls, he falls hard." I came across this some time ago on Netflix and decided to add it to the wish list. This was just okay and definitely could have been better. I enjoyed watching the film unfold, but wouldn't call it anything special or a must see. This is fairly average. "The truth is you cannot save anyone." Grade: C
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