adventure, comedy, drama, fantasy, shounen, supernatural
Naruto, Shikamaru and Sakura and sent on a mission to find and return a ferret. On their way to returning it however, they’re attacked, with Naruto and one of the enemies, Temujin, falling off a cliff. It turns out that Temujin and the people he is with want to get a hold of something called the stone of Gelel in order to create a utopia where there or no wars or fighting.
This is the second Naruto movie and I’ve figured out what it’s missing. Emotion. Even when you’re supposed to feel sympathy or hatred for a character, you don’t feel much, if any. But this one, even missing that, was still kind of cool (even if Temujin was a complete idiot) and it had some awesome light shows.
Overall, since it did keep me interested to the end, I’d probably give it an 8/10, so probably would watch it again.