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Gekijôban Naruto Shippuuden: Za Rosuto Tawâ

Gekijôban Naruto Shippuuden: Za Rosuto Tawâ (2010) Movie Poster
  •  Japan  •    •  85m  •    •  Directed by: Masahiko Murata.  •  Starring: Junko Takeuchi, Chie Nakamura, Satoshi Hino, Rikiya Koyama, Nobuaki Fukuda, Kenji Hamada, Keiko Nemoto, Saori Hayami, Yumi Tôma, Yûko Kobayashi, Fujiko Takimoto, Mutsumi Tamura, Mayuki Makiguchi..
The young ninja Naruto is transported back in time and meets the youthful fourth Hokage Minato. A young Kakashi, Naruto's teacher, also makes an appearance. Naruto who has been pursuing Mukade, a retired ninja, is enveloped by the leyline energy released by him and loses consciousness. When he wakes up, he finds that time has slipped and he is now in Rouran in its heyday.

Trailers:

   Length:  Languages:  Subtitles:
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Review:

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Image from: Gekijôban Naruto Shippuuden: Za Rosuto Tawâ (2010)
Image from: Gekijôban Naruto Shippuuden: Za Rosuto Tawâ (2010)
Image from: Gekijôban Naruto Shippuuden: Za Rosuto Tawâ (2010)
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I have become accustomed with some pretty weird ideas in Naruto movies and a lot of useless scenes before Naruto unleashes some fox power or has the will of fire do something or something ridiculous like this. In Lost Tower, the story is much more believable, the characters are interesting and likable and overall the only thing I had a problem with is that Naruto is a very young one, a long time before the one in the anime as I know it. Of course, this was released in 2010 and has reached Europe a year later and I am seeing now, so a lot has happened since then.

Basically, Naruto goes in the past, fights the evil madman ninja and saves the girl. He still gets none, though, which should have been frustrating for anyone not Japanese. Some interesting interaction with his father, though. Bottom line: an easy win for the Naruto movies.


Review by siderite from the Internet Movie Database.