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Naruto Shippûden: The Movie -- Reinforcements arrive from Leaf Village. The new mission from Tsunade: seal the Three-Tailed Beast so it won’t fall into anyone else’s hands and take Yukimaru whose powers are tied to the Tailed Beast into custody.
Naruto Shippûden: The Movie -- Naruto enters the mist to seek out Yuukimaru. Guren stays alert to protect Yuukimaru, whose current situation prevents him from moving. When both sides meet, their emotion over Yuukimaru sparks.
Naruto Shippûden: The Movie -- Inside the heavy mist, the Leaf ninja manage to rendezvous with Naruto. The team tightens their guard when they learn that the mist surrounding the lake causes illusions.
Naruto Shippûden: The Movie -- Naruto and Team Kakashi arrive just in time to assist Team Asuma. Sakura and Sai are ordered by Kakashi to aid Shikamaru, who is battling alone.
Naruto Shippûden: The Movie -- Ino and Choji are amazed at Naruto’s new jutsu, and Kakuzu senses the danger that it poses. But when released, the new jutsu dissipates before it reaches Kakuzu.

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Director:
Writers:
Masashi Kishimoto (creator)
Junki Takegami (screenplay)
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Release Date:
10 November 2009 (USA) See more »
Plot:
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Junko Takeuchi ... Naruto Uzumaki (voice)
Chie Nakamura ... Sakura Haruno (voice)
Yoichi Masukawa ... Rock Lee (voice)
Kôichi Tôchika ... Neji Hyûga (voice)
Ayumi Fujimura ... Shion (voice)
Yoshinori Fujita ... Taruho (voice)
Daisuke Kishio ... Susuki (voice)
Fumiko Orikasa ... Miroku (voice)
Hidetoshi Nakamura ... Yomi (voice)
Tetsuya Kakihara ... Kusuna (voice)
Kishô Taniyama ... Gitai (voice)
Miyuki Sawashiro ... Shizuku (voice)
Katsuyuki Konishi ... Setsuna (voice)
Masako Katsuki ... Tsunade, The Fifth Hokage (voice)
Keiko Nemoto ... Shizune / Tonton (voice)
Masashi Ebara ... Might Guy (voice)
Kazuhiko Inoue ... Kakashi Hatake (voice)
Shotaro Morikubo ... Shikamaru Nara (voice)
Romi Pak ... Temari (voice) (as Romi Paku)
Daisuke Ono ... Boss (voice)
Ryûsaku Chijiwa ... Palace Guard (voice)
Kenichi Mine ... Palace Guard (voice)
Keisuke Fujii ... Border Guard (voice)
Yoko Nishino ... Girl (voice)
Makiko Nabei ... Old Lady (voice)
Kazuhiro Anzai ... (voice)
Taku Kimura ... (voice)
Yasumichi Kushida ... (voice)
Yuuichi Ishigami ... (voice)
Daisuke Endou ... (voice)
Takayuki Masuda ... (voice)
Daisuke Matsuo ... (voice)
Chizuru Ishikawa ... (voice)
Seizô Katô ... Môryô (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Laura Bailey ... Shion / Miroku (voice: English version)

Brian Donovan ... Rock Lee (voice: English version)

Maile Flanagan ... Naruto Uzumaki (voice: English version)

Crispin Freeman ... Kusuna (voice: English version)

Tom Gibis ... Shikamaru Nara (voice: English version)
Kate Higgins ... Sakura Haruno / Girl (voice: English version)

Megan Hollingshead ... Shizune / Tonton (voice: English version)

Yuri Lowenthal ... Palace Guard (voice: English version)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Old Lady (voice: English version)

Vic Mignogna ... Yomi (voice: English version)

Daran Norris ... Moryo (voice: English version)

Tara Platt ... Temari (voice: English version)

Sam Riegel ... Susuki / Border Guard (voice: English version)
Patrick Seitz ... Palace Guard (voice: English version)
Keith Silverstein ... Setsuna (voice: English version)
Steve Staley ... Neji Hyuga (voice: English version)

Skip Stellrecht ... Might Guy (voice: English version)

Debi Mae West ... Tsunade (voice: English version)

Wil Wheaton ... Taruho / Shizuku (voice: English version)
Dave Wittenberg ... Kakashi Hatake / Gitai (voice: English version)

Directed by
Hajime Kamegaki 
 
Writing credits
Masashi Kishimoto (creator)

Junki Takegami (screenplay)

Produced by
Jamie Simone .... producer
 
Casting by
Jamie Simone 
 
Sound Department
James Lafferty .... post-production coordinator
 
Animation Department
Kenji Hachizaki .... key animator
Shinji Hashimoto .... key animator
Hidetsugu Ito .... key animator
Hirofumi Masuda .... key animator
Toshihiko Masuda .... key animator
 
Other crew
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn .... voice director
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Gekijô-ban Naruto shippûden" - Japan (original title)
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Runtime:
Japan:90 min
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Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:G (Quebec) (VHS/DVD rating) | New Zealand:M | South Korea:15 (TV rating) | UK:12

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Prophecy Of Death!, 20 July 2014
Author: kadiotatsuryu from United States

Naruto Shippūden the movie is noticeably darker than most Naruto movies. It is the first Naruto Shippūden film and fourth Naruto film overall. It was a pretty hyped up movie. The main part of the plot that got fans interested during promotion was the rumor of the death of the series' main character, Naruto Uzumaki. Now the annoying thing about this film is that the plot follows the classic mission for Naruto in the series: protect or escort a client-usually a female-usually a princess. Naruto is assigned with Sakura, Neji and Lee to protect a princess named Shion who has the limited ability to foresee the future, limited meaning that he can only see death. Apparently the priestess/princess wakes up from one in which some unfamiliar blonde leaf Shinobi in orange(Naruto) dies fighting this frigging scary demon called Moryō. It really added a mystery factor to the movie. Hence, Destiny...Prophecies...The Boy's...End!(trailers) To add to the horror aspect of the movie, the antagonist is stirring up some crazy ritual jazz and the priestess Shion in basically an exorcist who has to stop Yomi. Overall, the movie's plot is a general repeat of the whole protect the girl thing, even adding the whole thing where she's mean, spoiled and ungrateful for what he has until Naruto changes her with his ideology. But this is movie is more thought out and is on the darker side of Naruto movies for sure. The glimpses of Naruto Uzumaki's death and his friends mourning at his grave really hype up people to watch the film and find out what happens to the main character and how he avoids such a terrifying end to his life by this dark creature. The constant deathly visions of the near future also keep you curious. Action in this film is pretty cool too as it was nice to see Naruto, Sakura, Neji and Lee(original series main characters) face these new foes who sought world destruction. There are a bunch of cool and epic moments and touching parts too concerning sad back-stories. I do recommend this movie though to most if not any type of viewer as it should be entertaining enough.

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