Tidak hanya nonton streaming movie tapi juragan dapat Download Full Movie. It's later revealed that Mukade travelled to the past six years before Naruto did and that, by this point, he's changed his name to Anrokuzan and serves as the minister of Rōran. She tries to help several times, but really doesn't do much. Then it's her boring adventure of self-discovery and it comes to the predictable climax of self-epiphany. I wanted to see Minato and Naruto as the main focus of the movie. Sāra, much annoyed, leaves the place.
Nothing new really in that department except I will point out how immature and childish he was, we all know Naruto isn't necessarily the sharpest pencil in the box but in Shippuden he had at least matured somewhat and calmed down since his 'genin' days. It wasn't the worst Naruto movie I've seen, but it was the one that I was most excited about and that's what bothers me the most. The Villain, Mukade, is the usual crazy type that wants to rule the world and gain copious amount of power. Sāra then realises her minister's evildoing. So that was one big glaring disappointment, but I was hoping that would mean the story would concentrate on Naruto and Minato.
Naruto succeeds in hitting him. Later, he realises that there is a festival going on and spots the young girl he previously encountered, now realising that she is the queen of Rōran,. The girl bears a Konoha Chakra Blade and tells them that her mother received it from a hero in a dream, Naruto then notices that his own Chakra Blade is missing. Minato then meets Naruto and tells him that he already figured out how to defeat Anrokuzan and he needs Naruto to perform Rasengan for him. Focusing on other details - In the first few seconds, this movie starts off with a fight that includes Naruto, Sakura, Sai and Kakashi. Something that bugged me a little bit was the random and most ridiculous faces or body-twists that Naruto has ever made.
During this movie, we see many buildings and sky-scraping towers. He wasn't really even necessary for this movie. Like every Naruto movie, Naruto pulls out a super-special-movie-only Rasengan. Minato simply replies that there is no point in making life less interesting by knowing things that they shouldn't. . Kakashi - in this movie, we get to see young Kakashi. But after, it basically went downhill.
Then enters Minato who always saves Naruto in the nick of time, teasing the audience with a few neat parlour tricks and making us want to see him in full action, the only thing he seems to enjoy doing is talking cryptically and disappearing. Naruto's mother's name is Kushina. He never really explains his mission or how it correlates with the current events. After that, he gives Naruto his , telling him that it is a special that will allow him to transport to Naruto's place if he uses it. After bypassing his puppets, they corner the missing-nin. Meanwhile, Minato is able to locate Anrokuzan's weakness but only to find that he cannot match the speed of his regeneration. Really this amount of power, despite his physical weakness, would put Sasori, another legendary ventriloquist, to shame and Sasori was awesome and at least had a back story.
Typical speeches, absentmindedness, predictable jutsus and saves the day. Sakura attempts to follow them into the light, but Sai stops Sakura from getting sucked into the Ryūmyaku by catching her on his ink bird while she cries out Naruto's name. Naruto is seen using his chakra-knife to attack them. Not much is known about Mukade beside the fact that he's a power hungry a-hole. But sadly, all he really did was take up screen space. Will Naruto be able to return to his own time, and can a chance encounter in the past save the future? Character: 5 Naruto - for some reason, I felt like Naruto was acting too childish.
So I don't have anything bad to say about her. His goals weren't impressive and his actions were, to be honest, boring. Overall 7 Story 7 Animation 8 Sound 6 Character 7 Enjoyment 6 Compared to the other movies, this one wasn't that good. All together, Minato showed up in the movie for about 10 minutes. I feel like the majority of the budget for this movie went to making the background pretty. To be honest, this movie wasn't much different than the plot and cast from the first Shippuden movie.
For that entire 1 hour and 25 minutes, I was waiting for something epic to happen, but nothing did. Unfortunately this hope was dropped a little tell you why soon and is why it fell short of 8 for me. The princess female lead is your generic kind of girl who dislikes Naruto so far as to slap him several times after saving her life in the beginning to promising to never forget their encounter and telling him about how he changed her life at the end. The Hero, well Naruto is Naruto. I understand that during time travel, contact between past, present and future beings should avoid communication as much as possible in case of destroying space and time but I think they followed this concept too well to the point where you shouldn't even bother getting your hopes up over this idea. Maybe I should explain in more detail why this movie totally sucked: One big thing that took away from the movie were the boring fight scenes. Mukade doesn't even come close to a decent villain.
I saw the trailer and had a fangirl moment once I saw a glimpse of the Fourth Hokage and a chibi Kakashi: it had time travel written all over it. Naruto and Sāra find the centre of Anrokuzan's evil plan. The Naruto in Naruto Shippuuden is more mature in some ways and a bit more calm. But like I mentioned, it only bothered me a little bit. That alone just spells doom for the rest of the film.
However, we see him even less than Minato. Naruto asks her whether there are people who are after her, the young queen immediately disagrees with it, saying that Naruto has seen for himself that the crowd was very happy to meet her. She is also an obvious reincarnation that Naruto never pieced together and the third strike against him is that I'm not even sure if he recognized Kakashi, who appears to him as a child also looking no different than present-day Kakashi. As the girl and her people leave the ruins, Naruto claims that he has the feeling he saw her in a good dream. She got a much larger part in the movie than I would have preferred.