Demons that once almost destroyed the world, are revived by someone. To prevent the world from being destroyed, the demon has to be sealed and the only one who can do it is the shrine ...
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Demons that once almost destroyed the world, are revived by someone. To prevent the world from being destroyed, the demon has to be sealed and the only one who can do it is the shrine maiden Shion from the country of demons, who has two powers; one is sealing demons and the other is predicting the deaths of humans. This time Naruto's mission is to guard Shion, but she predicts Naruto's death. The only way to escape it, is to get away from Shion, which would leave her unguarded, then the demon, whose only goal is to kill Shion will do so, thus meaning the end of the world. Naruto decides to challenge this "prediction of death." credits to animenewsnetwork. Written by
I've been a fan of the Naruto Anime Series since it's glory days. When
I got hooked, it was around episode 50 out of the near 300 episodes out
today. I've seen them all and I have got to say, the production and
writing team are doing their best to destroy this franchise. Horrible
filler episodes, lackluster animations, clichéd story lines, and
hackney character developments. This entire movie felt like one long
and boring filler arc of the Naruto television series. When the action
kicked up, it was alright. The animations and choreography were all
standard for where the series is right now, but it was nowhere near the
quality a feature film should have. The story is just modified from
every Naruto movie we've seen before. Just do yourself a favor and
re-watch Rock Lee fighting Gaara or Kimimaru, and you'll get more
excitement out of it than from this movie.
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