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  • Actors: Junko Takeuchi, Chie Nakamura, Noriaki Sugiyama, Kazuhiko Inoue, Yûko Kaida
  • Directors: Tensai Okamura
  • Writers: Katsuyuki Sumisawa, Liam O'Brien, Masashi Kishimoto
  • Producers: Atsuhiro Iwakami, Jamie Simone
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 165 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000QXDG7K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,910 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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NARUTO The Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (Standard Edition)(DVD )

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The first feature based on the popular adventure-comedy Naruto, Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow takes knuckle-headed ninja-in-training Naruto Uzumaki to an unexpected place: a film set. With Sakura, Sasuke, and Kakashi-sensei, he must protect Yukie Fujikaze, the temperamental star of a series of period melodramas. Yukie is rude to her fans (including Naruto), throws tantrums, gets drunk, and mistreats her co-workers. But she doesn't seem to be in any danger until the director decides to shoot her new film in the Land of Snow. In the frozen north, the ninja bodyguards discover Yukie is really Koyuki Kazehana, the long-lost princess of an icebound realm that's been usurped by her evil uncle Doto. Naruto and his friends use exotic jutsu (and plain brute strength) to defeat Doto's minions. The Naruto TV series takes place in a timeless Neverland, and the regular characters feel out of place in a modern setting, making jokes about movie-making. But the film plays like an extended episode of the show, with Naruto's boy-scout-from-the-wrong-side-of-the-tracks determination and perseverance winning the day--as his fans expect. (Unrated, suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon


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Customer Reviews

My kids love it and watches all the time, sparingly of course.
BAC
The movie keeps the general flair of the series without getting too caught up in stuff like fight scenes.
GPeralta
The Japanese actors are sited and such, but what I got was the English dubbed version.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By GPeralta on September 7, 2007
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With the latest anime movies I've seen before this being made in the mid-nineties, I had some low expectations when I ordered this from amazon. But I guess anime movies have come a long way since '95!

STORY
In a nutshell, Naruto and his squad are assigned the task of guarding an actress during the filming of her latest movie. But like all Naruto characters, this actress has some skeletons in her closet and it was only a matter of time until her past catches up with her.

The movie keeps the general flair of the series without getting too caught up in stuff like fight scenes. Like it's canon series counterpart, this movie does a good job of things like good back-stories and character development.

My only nitpicky complaint about the movie itself is that you could tell that the writers were trying to cram in every awesome attack there was available to the according characters (Kakashi and Sasuke's sharingan; Naruto's Mass Shadow Clones; even Sakura's evil side near the start of the movie!). The character designs for the bad guys and other movie-only characters are also not the best (the Princess' is probably the best out of all the new characters), but their back-story and weird quirks definitely make up for this.

Amazingly enough, this movie also fits in well into the series (as far as I know). Naruto's flashback in the series and Sasuke still being there shows that the movie is around the time right after Tsunade arrives in the village.

TECHNICAL STUFF
As for the animation, you can definitely tell that the movie got the royal treatment in that department. You can especially tell during the chidori/wolf scene. And, of course, like all current animated shows, the picture quality is beautiful.
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17 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Icepicjoey on November 20, 2007
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I loved the movie when I rented it. So I waited for the DVD Delux edition for the soundtrack.

The last song, by Jeremy Sweets - 'Never give up' is not on the soundtrack, the only song i really wanted off of it. The soundtrack is nothing more than all the instrumentals from the movie.

I would've just bought the regular movie for half the price had I been able to preview the cd soundtrack.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lesley Aeschliman VINE VOICE on May 4, 2010
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Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow is the first theatrical film in the Naruto franchise. It's a good film; however, it was definitely written in a way where you already had to be familiar with the Naruto anime series in order to fully understand what was going on. No time was used for any kind of exposition to explain some of the things that are common knowledge from the series.

The menu on the first disc allows you to watch the film, set up your audio and subtitle preferences, select which scene from the film that you'd like to see, and special features. For the audio options, there is English 5.1, English Stereo, and Japanese Stereo. For subtitles, you can choose whether to have them on or off. In the Special Features menu, you have six options. You can watch the "Konoha Annual Sports Festival" short (which preceded the film when it was shown in Japanese movie theaters), you can see the English trailers for the film, you can see trailers for four Viz Media releases, you can see ads for Shonen Jump manga, a screen promoting Toonami Jetstream, and the trailers for several Naruto videogames.

The second disc in the set includes seven special features. "Behind the Scenes of U.S. Voice Recording" is a 20-minute documentary which includes interviews with the Production Manager, ADR directors, and some of the voice actors; you also get to see the voice actors dubbing some of their dialogue for the film. The second feature is a 10-minute feature which includes interviews with the Japanese voices for Sasuke, Naruto, and Kakashi; this feature is subtitled. Next is a five-minute feature that includes messages from the ADR Directors, the U.S. voice cast, the Japanese voice cast, and a text message from Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of the Naruto manga.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E. David Swan VINE VOICE on March 7, 2008
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My biggest complaint about anime is that 95% of it is extremely derivative as if it's all drawn from the same general template then modified slightly. Too often they have an assembly line feel to it. Unfortunately Naruto is guilty of this sin with a definite lack of originality about it. I liked the look of the snow ninja's but their boss is a totally unoriginal stock anime villain and the story is rather unremarkable. Overall the animation is fairly good but it's not going to win any awards.

This is my first experience with the very popular Naruto series so I'm reviewing this based on complete ignorance of the characters. As I said earlier it bears more than a passing resemblance to dozens of other series like Dragon Ball Z and Full Metal Alchemist. Naruto himself is a likable character with an indomitable spirit although the voice acting can get grating particularly when he's pontificating about never giving up. Naruto's never say die attitude is his defining characteristic but at some point it can get to be a bit much. After about the dozenth time of him saying he'll never give up I started to get a bit numb to it.

When you get right down to it the showpiece for anime like Naruto is the action and this film has one spectacular fight scene. This battle takes place about halfway through the film and I was hoping for another great fight but the final climax wasn't nearly as exciting. Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow seems to be aimed directly at teenagers and younger which makes it more surprising that a scene later in the movie displays a shocking amount of blood, violence and death.

Naruto will likely appeal to a younger audience who haven't already seen this same story played out dozens of different times in other anime. For older audiences I would suggest the wonderful series Cowboy Beebop or give Paprika or Tekkon Kikreet a try.
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