Naruto 8 Seasons 2007

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Season 5
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(77) IMDb 7.9/10
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Shikamaru is promoted to chunin, and he and his squadmates celebrate at a BBQ restaurant. In the hospital, Lee decides to undergo a dangerous surgery to repair his body so that he can remain a ninja - This Episode is part of Season 3, Volume 1

Starring:
Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
October 13, 2007

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Season 5
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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Comedy
Director Jeff Nimoy
Starring Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin
Supporting actors Junko Takeuchi, Maile Flanagan, Kate Higgins, Chie Nakamura, Noriaki Sugiyama, Yuri Lowenthal, Dave Wittenberg, Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Steve Staley, Kôichi Tôchika, Kazuhiko Inoue, Shotaro Morikubo, Tom Gibis, Yoichi Masukawa, Kyle Hebert, Brian Donovan, Steve Blum, Masako Katsuki
Season year 2008
Network Viz Media
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Naruto just gets better and better.
B. S. Windon
The receiver of the DVDs loved the box set and loves Naruto.
hannahkir
This is simply one of the greatest Anime ever created!
"BIG MARCUS"

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Forge on December 12, 2007
Format: DVD
The difference between Naruto Uncut Boxed Set, Volume 5 (Special Edition) and Naruto Uncut Boxed Set, Volume 5 is a Gamabunta figurine in the special edition. Other than that, they are the same.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. S. Windon on March 5, 2008
Format: DVD
This is a big volume in the Naruto series... Starting off with a few comedic episodes as Naruto trains for the finals of the chunin exams and his big fight against the genius Neji Hyuga. Featuring one of the funniest characters in the show, the famous pervy sage AKA Jiraiya. This is possibly the biggest pervert in anime history... you can't help but laugh at him and his antics.

Though after the training is up the series does a 180 as the finals begin... and we're treated with a brilliantly animated fight between Neji and Naruto. Although Naruto is the lead character and is constantly being beaten on by Neji... not once do you despise the young genius as he tells his sad story while pounding on the nine-tailed fox child. With antagonists you can't help but love, this is where the series truly shines through with it's awesome character development.

Then, after this breathtakingly exciting fight we're treated to something special. Shikamaru's true breakout episode. He finally gains purpose and something that makes him unique in the series. Not since Rock Lee fighting his heart out against Gaara has a secondary character been so compelling. Shikamaru will steal your imagainations... and if you're anything like my girlfriend, your hearts too.

Though, throughout the entire episode the main event is constantly teased... Gaara VS Sasuke. You'd think they were maineventing Wrestlemania how they talk it up. And let me tell you... it works! I can't wait for volume 6 to see this clash of power.

Naruto just gets better and better.
If you still haven't caught on, go back, catch up, and enjoy!
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Anime Addict-Go Naruto! on October 4, 2007
Format: DVD
Let's start with an episode list for each disc:

DISC 1:
53. Long Time NO See: Jiraiya Returns!
54. The Summoning Jutsu: Wisdom of the Toad Sage!
55. A Feeling of Yearning, A Flower Full of Hope
56. Live or die: Risk it All to Win it All!

DISC 2:
57. He Flies! He Jumps! He Lurks! Chief Toad Appears!
58. Hospital Besieged: The Evil Hand Revealed!
59. The Final Rounds: Rush to the Battle Arena!
60. Byakugan vs. Shadow Clone Jutsu

DISC 3:
61: Ultimate Defense: Zero Blind Spot!
62. A Failure's True Power
63. Hit it or Quit it: The Final Rounds Get Complicated
64. Zero Motivation: The Guy with Cloud Envy!
65. Dancing Leaf, Squiming Sand
-----------DISC 3: Special Features-------------
-Storyboard Booklet over episode 58
-Production Art
-English Credits
-Volume 6 Preview
-Advertisements for some other shows
-Option for Japanese with English subtitles, or the option to watch in English

Alright that's what is on all the discs. As I generally do, I liked the graphics on the fold open container for the discs-nice pictures. As I already said, you can watch in English or Japanese with subtitles.

This picks up right where the last box left off, starting with Naruto beginning to train withthe Toad Sage Jiraiya. By episode 57, his training with the Sage is done--for now--and it spends an episode at the hospital with the previously injured ninja--such as Lee--. Then episode 59 has Naruto rushing to get to the arena on time because the final rounds are about to start and his match against Neji is first. Needless to say-of course he gets there-and the next 3 episodes cover his fight with Neji-I won't tell you who wins, just watch and find out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By V. Gavriel on January 20, 2008
Format: DVD
I found it weird when i saw that America is selling the Naruto seasons in two separate volumes. Thats so cheap. Why not sell the complete seasons in one 6 disc set. For anyone who wasn't aware vols 1&2 are season 1, vols 3&4 are season 2 and vols 5&6 are season 3. Also I was hoping to buy from the U.S. to jump ahead of where I'm at just having watched season two on TV and i have to say I'm disappointed that i have to pay just for 13 episodes. Thats like nothing in these long running Anime series'. Id have to get the next two vols and then wait because They're releasing the DVDs way too slowly. This is an outrage that not even Naruto believes it.

Now for some of the PROS that come with Naruto. If you have the money then season three is the season to own on DVD. It's way better than all other seasons in the Naruto arch. It has the most plot and is pivotal in the entire story. It does end with a cliff hanger though. If you weren't a fan of the first season but thought the second season was getting better this season should blow you away. You will want to keep watching all the way until the filler episodes in season 6. I'm now (due to awesome websites) up to Naruto Shippuden and can't wait to see if these stories are better than the third season.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Becker on December 31, 2007
Format: DVD
I havent watched the content of this set yet, as I watch Naruto as it is broadcast in Japan. If it is where I think it is though, this is the part where the action REALLY heats up, and takes Naruto to the next level. It's presents the entire world of Naruto, not just the 4 man team the series starts with. And it only gets bigger from there.

The Uncut Box Set once again does a good job of giving the hardcore fan all the content they could hope for along with the original Japanese audio and dialog. A very nice and solid box that fits with the rest of the series, and another amazing storyboard booklet.
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