Naruto Shippuden the Movie 2 DVD : Bonds

Naruto Shippuden the Movie 2 DVD : Bonds
Naruto Shippuden the Movie 2 : Bonds is the fifth overall Naruto film and second Naruto Shippuden film, based on the popular anime and manga series, which was released on August 2, 2008. The DVD was released on April 22, 2009. The film has gone on to be highest grossing of all Naruto movies bringing in $95,341,986 dollars in Japan.

A mysterious group of ninja called the Sora from the Sky Country makes a surprise attack on Konoha for vengeance due to Konoha nearly destroying the Sky Country during the last Shinobi World War. At the same time Naruto, Sakura, and Hinata are sent along to help a boy's village. They accompany Amaru the boy, and Shinno his sensei, back to the village. At Orochimaru's lair, Orochimaru was ill because the body transfer jutsu he uses is close to expiration. Orochimaru orders Sasuke to get a man who is able to help him perfect his reincarnation jutsu. That man is no other than Shinno.


Naruto Shippuden the Movie 2 DVD : Bonds


Naruto Shippuden the Movie DVD

Naruto Shippuden the Movie DVD
Naruto Shippuden the Movieis a 2007 film directed by Hajime Kamegaki and written by Junki Takegami. It is the fourth movie in the Naruto movie series. It was released on DVD in Japan on April 23, 2008 and on DVD in the US on November 10, 2009.

Naruto Shippuden the Movie provides a visually striking, action-packed introduction to the second series adventures of ninja-in-training Naruto Uzumaki. Sinister ninja use black magic medical jutsu to raise the spirit of the long-imprisoned demon Moryo. If Moryo's body is also resurrected, he will establish a Thousand Year Kingdom that will mean the end of life on Earth as humans know it. Only Shion, the priestess of the Land of Ogres, can stop Moryo by keeping his body sealed within a hidden temple. A special squad from the Village Hidden in the Leaves--Neji, Sakura, Rock Lee, and Naruto--is assigned to protect Shion on her journey there. Director Hajime Kamegaki uses CG to create a terracotta army copied from the celebrated figures from Emperor Qin Shi Huang's tomb in Xian. The scenes of marching clay automatons, impervious to ordinary weapons, pack a real punch, although they don't always blend with the drawn characters. Kamegaki balances these dire threats with plenty of physical comedy: Naruto boasts and blunders and stumbles; Rock Lee defeats his foe after eating a liquor-filled chocolate, re-creating his version of Jackie Chan's "drunken fist" technique in the "Chase for Sasuke" story arc. For Naruto fans, the movie is a must-have. (Rated Teen+ Older Teen, but suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, grotesque imagery, brief nudity, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

"Naruto Shippuden the Movie DVD" Product Details:
* Directors: Hajime Kamegaki
* Format: Animated, Color, Dubbed, DVD, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
* Language: Japanese, English
* Subtitles: English
* Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
* Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
* Number of discs: 1
* Rated: Unrated
* Studio: VIZ Media
* DVD Release Date: November 10, 2009
* Run Time: 94 minutes


Naruto Shippuden the Movie DVD