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Naruto Uncut Box Set: Season 3, Vol. 2

4.7 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

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Naruto has an irrepressible spirit, and even though his friend and teammate Sasuke has gone over to the evil Orochimaru, he's determined to carry out his shinobi duties. His missions include searching for Orochimaru's hideout, tracking an escaped prisoner, and saving a gold-mining town from a group of thugs. Then his leadership skills are put to the test when he takes Konohamaru and his pals on a training exercise to Mt. Takurami, where he gets them lost! Does Naruto have the chops to find his way out of a raging storm with a pack of eager young ninja in tow?

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: August 31, 2010
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003M8NGLW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,539 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This is a Great Movie! I really recommend this to every Naruto fan! It has 29 Episodes(107-135) Over 12 Hours of NARUTO Action! It goes from when Sasuke is at the Hospital in the Hidden Leaf when he faced Naruto, all the way up until episode 135 'The End of Tears' which is the last episode of when Naruto and Sasuke face in the demon state. And also, it has all the episodes where it's Choji V.S. Jerobo, Neji V.S. Kimmariou, Kiba V.S. Sakon, Shikamaru V.S. Tiayua, Rock Lee V.S. Kimmario, and so on! It also swears alot, and theres lots of blood in this movie too! You Should Really GET this!! It's worth the money!

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(Episodes: 108-135)
I mean episode 135 as in 'The Promise That Could Not Be Kept' which is AFTER Naruto and Sasuke fight. Kakashi Sensei comes along, shortly after Sasuke left and picks up Naruto. Naruto is still passed out after the fight, but when he finally wakes up, he hears the news about what happened to everyone else. Meanwhile, Choji, Neji, and Kiba are being treated to the medicare, while Shikamaru only has a broken finger. Tsunade comes out from Choji's room and tells Shikamaru that it was a Mission Failed. Shikamaru promises that he will do everything he can to take care of everyone and make sure the mission is a success next time.
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Naruto Season 3 Volume 2 contains episodes 136-163, which are all filler episodes containing stories that were never part of the manga series. A lot of fans did not like these filler episodes because these episodes did not continue the plot of the original manga. However, these episodes are really fun and entertaining. I really liked this boxed set. Now these episodes take place after the Sasuke Retrieval Arc and before Naruto leaves to train with Jiraiya at the end of Part 1 in the manga. And although I am a huge fan of Sasuke and the whole Sharingan mythology, I have to say that these episodes were very entertaining and nicely done. First of all, you get to follow Naruto on various adventures that are both funny and action packed. I love the manga as well as the first 135 episodes of Naruto, but these episodes have a nice lighter tone and features many characters that are overlooked or are background characters in the first 135 episodes. There is an arc featuring Naruto joining Shino and the rest of Team 8; Naruto teams up with Iruka in the Return of Mizuki arc; and Sakura has a character defining moment in the Rice Country arc. Now these episodes are not as intense as the Sasuke Retrieval arc, or the Land of the Waves arc, but these are still classic Naruto episodes. So, if you genuinely love the Naruto series (anime, manga) then these episodes are must have. However some cons of this box set are: No Sasuke at all; Kakashi makes appearances but does not fight; Gaara and the Sand Ninja have a brief cameo (I like the Sand ninja, but they reappear in Season Four volume 2 I believe); and it can get annoying at times because for the first four arcs each mission has an underlying motive to find Sasuke even though all the viewers know that he is not coming back. This item is still worth the purchase and I truly enjoyed it.
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I consider myself to be a reasonably sane person. This means I never pay full price if I know it will be cut by half in a year, I do my research before an expensive purchase, and I look for the best deal in town. I found a deal here on Amazon which wasn't a once in a lifetime, but a once a year type of deal. I went for it and yet still felt like I overpaid. Even after shipping my purchase of this Naruto boxset ended up below $10 which is not as common as most deals(Not the best but not the worst either). In the end the content of the purchase must be worth the money spent, here it was not. While I usually avoid filler, here were a few episodes that I had enjoyed in the past. Nostalgia can be a very powerful thing, it can fool you into making the gravest of mistakes. Luckily, I got of pretty easy. Even so, I make it my business to warn others of the dangers of both filler and bad deals. My advice would be if you have an obsessive need to complete your Naruto Collection, wait for the price to dip below 2 or 3 dollars, otherwise, stay away from these filler boxsets. In the end, for about the price of a good burger, you have something that will last longer, but won't be nearly as satisfying.
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The Naruto Uncut Season Three Volume 1 box set is a six DVD set that contains episodes one hundred and seven through one hundred and thirty five of the Naruto anime series. The first disc contains four episodes, the second disc contains five episodes, the third disc contains five episodes and bonus features, the fourth disc contains five episodes, the fifth disc contains five episodes, and the sixth disc contains five episodes and bonus features.

Just like the previous four boxes in this set of Naruto releases, this is a "bare bones" release; there are no booklets or inserts included in the box. When it comes to the actual discs included in this set, they are exactly the same as the discs that were released in the Naruto Uncut Box Set 9 and Naruto Uncut Box Set 10 box sets.

The first bonus feature on the third disc is labeled as "Production Art." This consists of fifteen pages, which are model sketches of some of the Naruto characters. There is a sneak preview for Naruto Uncut Box Set 10, which runs for roughly three minutes; it should be noted that the audio for the preview is mastered lower than the episodes on the disc. Next is "From Sketch to Screen," which contains eight pages of storyboards from episode one hundred and twelve. For each storyboard, you can choose to see the clip that the storyboard is for. You can also see the English credits in the "Extras" menu. Next in the extras menu is a selection labeled as "New From Viz Media." This link takes you to advertisements for Shonen Jump Magazine and Shonen Jump manga titles. A link in the extras menu labeled as "Trailers" takes you to a set of trailers.

The first bonus feature on the sixth disc is labeled as "Production Art.
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