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  • Actors: Naruto
  • Directors: na
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: VIZ VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CZJOZY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,108 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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A 2-Disc Set Loaded with Special Features!

Naruto, Sakura and Kakashi team up with Rock Lee to protect Prince Michiru and his son Hikaru on their return home to the Crescent Moon Kingdom. Easy enough, until the royal family becomes a royal pain! Prince Michiru can't help indulging his son, even buying him a circus along the way! Naruto has a tough time putting up with both the spoiled Hikaru and a saber-toothed tiger, but the real adventure begins when they reach the Land of the Moon and find themselves facing a villainous uprising. Does Naruto have what it takes to save an entire kingdom?

Special Features Include:
The Story of Naruto: Growing Up a Ninja
Teamwork: The Art of Group Recording
Shooting for the Moon: A Conversation with the Naruto Movie 3 Producers
Original Japanese Movie Trailers
Naruto the Movie 3 Trivia

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Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom is the closest in spirit to the popular TV series of three Naruto features. Under the guidance of Kakashi-sensei, Naruto, Sakura and Rock Lee are assigned to guard Michiru, the fabulous wealthy Prince of the Moon Kingdom, and his spoiled son Hikaru. Michiru is so rich, he buys an entire circus so Hikaru can have the saber-toothed tiger that catches his fancy. A storm at sea and a revolt in the Kingdom provide Naruto with the opportunity to teach Hikaru valuable lessons about friendship. Although Naruto manages to slurp down some ramen, he doesn't crack raunchy jokes or pull pranks. This kinder, gentler knucklehead makes a surprisingly touching teacher. Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom is more satisfying and more entertaining than Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow or Legend of the Stone of Gelel. Director Toshiyuki Tsuru uses rapid intercutting effectively to pump up the energy in the climactic battle that puts Sakura, Naruto, Rock Lee, and Hikaru to the test. The most interesting extras on the second disc are the footage of the voices of the main characters dubbing the film together (anime voice actors normally record their lines alone) and a Ninja Quiz that cleverly re-purposes footage from the movie. (Rated T+ Older Teen; suitable for ages 12 and older: violence) -- Charles Solomon

Customer Reviews

Interesting characters in a good story.
Richard Han
Michiru and Hikaru both believe that money can buy anything they want; this attitude rubs Naruto the wrong way.
Lesley Aeschliman
I'm a major Naruto fan - with three pre-teen fans at home - and this was a great movie.
Penny Pinkerton Gearing

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Caitín on November 20, 2008
Format: DVD
Its a great family movie, that is one thing that I love about the Naruto movies and the series is that it is filled with life lessons that really prioritizes and sets what truly matters in perspective.
This movie features some of my favorite characters from the series, it is funny (of course anything with Naruto and Rock Lee is) and has a lot of action. With out getting into the plot too much or ruining all the good parts for you, its a typical Naruto movie where the squad is sent to escort/protect someone, what is suppose to be a clean cut mission turns into a lot more. The squad is forced to use their wits, team work, and abilities to carry out their mission.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lesley Aeschliman VINE VOICE on January 18, 2011
Format: DVD
Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom is the third film in the Naruto franchise. The movie has Naruto, Sakura, Lee, and Kakashi on a mission to protect Michiru, the prince of the Land of the Moon, as well as Michiru's son, Hikaru. Michiru and Hikaru both believe that money can buy anything they want; this attitude rubs Naruto the wrong way. During the movie, Hikaru learns what friendship means, thanks to Naruto, Sakura, and Lee. Naruto and his friends have to help Michiru and Hikaru after the discover that the Land of the Moon has been taken over by one of the royal advisors and three ninja he has hired to help him. Can Naruto and the group save the kingdom and return Michiru's family to power?

I have to say that while I enjoyed the story of this film, I was rather disappointed with the animation. Of the three Naruto films, this one easily received the worst animation. There isn't as much detail on the character drawings, and the computer graphics that were used just drew too much attention to themselves.

When Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom was released on DVD, it was released as a two disc set. On the first disc, you can play the movie, select which scenes you want to see, and set up your options. There is an audio commentary included in the options menu.

The second disc contains eight bonus features. The first is a twenty-two minute documentary titled, "The Story of Naruto: Growing Up a Ninja." The documentary starts out talking about Naruto and his childhood, and then goes into talking about the actual film. This documentary includes interviews with the production supervisor, the ADR director, and the English dub actors for Lady Tsunade, Naruto, Hikaru, Kakashi, Prince Michiru, Shabadaba, and Ishidate.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rich(アニメとゲームが優先!!) on November 30, 2008
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The movie itself isn't bad and the storyline is pretty decent as to why Naruto, Sakura, Rock Lee, and Kakashi are on the mission but as you watch the movie you just feel like this could have been an hour long Naruto Special for them to play on t.v. instead of theaters. The two royals that the ninjas have to protect also seem to typical to really cheer for in the movie, the prince Michiru just seems to be a glutton who as you expect near the end realizes the true noble values to lead his nation, than you have the spoiled brat Hikaru who at the end realizes the need to be brave and stand up for your beliefs and the value of friendships. But as you watch these characters you just don't empathize or care for them at all Hikaru is just to much of a sully spoiled brat to have any feelings for you almost want to see him killed or just hurt to beat some manners in to him(As in one part of the movie he makes his father by a circus just because he wants one of the animals and afterword when the animal doesn't reciprocate any feelings for
Hikaru the spoiled brat doesn't care if the animals die or not), Michiru isn't much better he just seems to be a pampered royal who feels that he can write a check to get anything he wants. I know the producers and writers made them this way for the movie but even as the movie progresses they don't really seem to change their characters all that much until the very end. I give kudos to the animation though it still is great and as always with the series the voice cast for both the Japanese/English did a great job as well. So all I can say is if your looking for a true Naruto movie stay with the first movie and rent this one to see if you want it, but if you're a big fan I say the price is pretty good to add this to your library...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jorge Figueiredo on December 16, 2008
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Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom

As usual, Naruto does not disappoint. This movie takes place after the departure of Sasuke, but definitely before Shippuden begins. The animation is excellent, as is the audioscape. A nice side adventure for those interested in the spunky shinobi.
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Presented in its original uncut version, Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom is the third full-length motion picture on DVD featuring characters from the smash hit shonen manga (high-action Japanese comics) and anime series Naruto. Set in a fantastic world without guns, where disciples of countless different (including many supernatural) forms of ninjitsu are the most elite scouts, fighters, mercenaries, and defenders, the Naruto series follows the adventures of the titular young man who, despite his cursed past as the living seal to a multi-tailed fox demon, remains bright and eager in his determined quest to become the greatest ninja of all. In Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom, Naruto, the capable female ninja Sakura, and Kakashi ally with Rock Lee to carry out their latest assignment, the protection of Prince Michiru and his son Hikaru as they return home to the Crescent Moon Kingdom. Unfortunately, working for royalty is more of a headache than any of them guessed! Prince Michiru indulges his son shamelessly, even buying the young boy a circus, and Naruto can barely handle both the prince and his new saber-toothed tiger friend. But the action shifts into high gear once the Land of the Moon is reached; Naruto and his friends are thrust into the crucible of a villainous rebellion. The welfare of an entire kingdom is on the line, in this exciting saga of strength, supernatural powers, and heart! Special features include a movie booklet insert, audio commentary, and an interview with the Japanese producers. A "must-have" for Naruto fans, and a fine introduction to this high-impact series for anyone who's never read the manga or seen the anime before. 2 DVDs, 95 minutes, Japanese and English audio, widescreen, recommended for teen and older viewers due to violence.
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